Should Everything Be Changed?
Note: Yesterday at 5pm, I Blogged the same post that you see below at 8am.
8am - What to do now?
Several readers have commented that the Honda is a very poor tow vehicle for pulling Scampy.
Overall, I'd say you're slowly killing this little car. I wouldn't be surprised by possible premature transmission failure and likely premature brake wear. I think you're courting disaster applying bandaids to a basic use-case problem.
OK! There it is! I very likely made a mistake thinking that I would buy a light trailer [Scampy] to be towed by the Honda.
Sooooo! What to do now?
11am - Breakfast pic
While all of this stuff is going on about Little Honda and Little Scampy, life goes on! And one of those things going on is preparing breakfast.
Today's breakfast turned out to be a good one!
|wWBreakfast in Beaverton|
1pm - Running around town
We have been going to auto repair, spring and suspension shops to find out about raising up Little Honda's rear end.
Here are the shops that we went to:
➜ Bassitt Auto Repair
➜ Erickson Trailers
➜ Firestone Complete Auto Care
➜ PSI [Portland Speed Industries]
➜ Oregon Auto Spring Services
➜ Line Up Shop
After going to all of these shops, we learned that there is nothing available to lift up Little Honda's rear end.
If we wished to do this job, it would require the fabrication of special parts. $1,000s of dollars.
4pm - Got sooooo tired!
We had started our trip to return back to Beaverton. Commuter traffic was huge. We had to pull over and get out of that mess.
There was a place for us behind a Chevron station. Scampy's bed was setup and George took a 1/2 hour nap. After that nap, our Blog was updated so that you would know what had gone down this afternoon.
7pm - Sushi
There is a sushi place in a shopping center near our Nite Camp. This place looks to be very popular! So, I went there for a look-see.
The sushi was sooooo good! And inexpensive too.
Nite Camp Location Map
Elevation: 190 feet