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post #1 of 12 Old 16th February 2014, 07:28 AM Thread Starter
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Holy weather. ..

Crazy weather tonight, everything from overcast to rain to torrential downpour to hail as thick as a blanket of snow.. wind.. lightning. Wow! Needless to say I am so happy with my beasts performance. Going through the blanket of hail on the freeway *** end breaking loose... A bit squirly and she (along with my driving knowhow) got me stabilized and continued on without incident which I can't say for others unfortunately. She continues to amaze me daily, I love her!

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Hmm. That explains all the tree branches on the roads. I must've missed that while skiing up at Stevens. Thankful we've got a garage.

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And my rear door seals are leaking again.


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That sucks. Hopefully you have a garage or cover to park in.

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Hmm. That explains all the tree branches on the roads. I must've missed that while skiing up at Stevens. Thankful we've got a garage.
I think I have more than a few branches lol.

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Unfortunately, I'm still in the process of cleaning out the garage. And of course, now, a tree branch fell on it.

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And my rear door seals are leaking again.
The drains in my e39 rear doors were clogged - not the seals. Don't know if you have checked them, was always having to go out in the rain and open the doors to let the water run out vs draining on the rear floor.


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