This DIY generally applies to the various E46 models, and more specifically applies to any BMW model with an M54 engine. The photos are all of that specific engine, and and M54 specific parts.
A lot of electrical work starts with a simple concern: how can this work be performed safely–or, better, how can I sort this out without death or hospitalization.
You’ve seen a rifle getting painted by an attractive man in a flannel.
I do it a little bit differently. (I don’t wear a flannel.)
To own a garden hose is to hate a garden hose. They break, they leak, they fall apart, they need to be replaced. They’re also incredibly easy to fix. It costs very little, and like Hemingway’s broken places, they’re often stronger and better after the repair.
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During the great coronavirus wars of 2020, there are two more things that are almost as certain as death and taxes: pregnancies, and painted AR15s. As a matter of fact, I feel–at this point, and I while I certainly hope I’m right, only time will tell–that painting your AR15 out of quarantine boredom will be a much more common act than having to use it.
I am not immune, and will be painting my AR15 as well. (Let’s see how the Rustoleum camo paint works out.)
The post is coming soon.
For someone who “hates” Milwaukee, it certainly seems like I have a lot of their tools.
This one, though, is one of the good ones.
My experience with the Milwaukee M18 line lasted two weeks and ended with me plopping a dirty bag of Milwaukee tools down on the returns counter at Home Depot and finally saying “thank you” a dozen times to the employee who shocked me to my core by being both polite and efficient while returning these tools without any protest. The M18 tools are not good when compared to DeWalt and Makita.