I am a day away from buying an Energi. The only thing holding me back is a fear of the low clearance. I live in Colorado and like to go camping/climbing/hiking. I want to be sure that the C-Max is able to get me to most trailheads. In my experience the trail heads are typically pretty good quality dirt roads. I suspect that if I choose my line well then the C-Max should be good enough.
Any thoughts or experiences with this would be great.
So I've been using reddit a long time, despite the age of this account, and I have yet to find a subreddit dedicated to heavy highway and residential blacktop work. Anybody know of anything out there? I'm a unionized machine operator, FYI. Don't know if that helps.
Is blacktop skating good for your skates? I tried practicing in the lot behind my work on my lunch and the seemingly smooth blacktop is actually rocky as shit and I kept falling. Should I avoid practicing back there? I don't want to fuck up my Moxies.
I know I made a post already here yesterday but does anyone have any good recommendations for some drop in Hum buckers where I could start looking because I need some advice I feel as if there is so many pickups out there I don’t know where to start
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My cousin was just given a black MIM Fender Blacktop Strat. We both assumed that it was called a “Blacktop” because it was a black guitar but after looking online I see they came in a bunch of colors.
So why are they all called “Blacktops”?
I just had a blacktop driveway put in, and this is my first winter having to clear the snow with this driveway. I’ve never had a blacktop driveway before. My question is about snow blowing, should I purchase a blade guard for the bottom of the blower to keep the driveway from getting scraped, or should I be okay?
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