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Michael2009Vibe
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Like Father...Like Daughter

Post by Michael2009Vibe » Tue Oct 29, 2019 6:17 pm

Like Father...Like Daughter 2009 Vibe GT and 2009 Vibe Base
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Re: Like Father...Like Daughter

Post by zbyers » Wed Oct 30, 2019 3:11 am

It's always nice turning the family into addicts. :lol: We have/had 7-8 Vibes between our family members.
(2) '03 Bases, '04 GT, '04 AWD, '06 AWD, '07 Base, '17 Frontier CCLB
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Re: Like Father...Like Daughter

Post by tpollauf » Thu Oct 31, 2019 11:03 am

Nice. I take it this is her first car? If so GREAT choice. We did the same thing for our son 8 years ago when he got his 2009 Vibe GT which was his first car and still driving it today. That's 8 years & counting (paid cash for it at the time ... 50% his & 50% parents) of no car payments for a new driver. Love it. Teach her the basic maintenance stuff (unless she's already mechanically inclined) and she'll be cruising safely for thousands of miles! :D
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Re: Like Father...Like Daughter

Post by Bookworm » Thu Oct 31, 2019 4:08 pm

tpollauf wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 11:03 am
Nice. I take it this is her first car? If so GREAT choice. We did the same thing for our son 8 years ago when he got his 2009 Vibe GT which was his first car and still driving it today. That's 8 years & counting (paid cash for it at the time ... 50% his & 50% parents) of no car payments for a new driver. Love it. Teach her the basic maintenance stuff (unless she's already mechanically inclined) and she'll be cruising safely for thousands of miles! :D
I agree with tpollauf.

You might pick up a torque multiplier wrench, or at least one of the Harbor Freight 2 foot breaker bars with a lug nut deep socket. I put one of those in my wife's car so she wouldn't have to try to stand on that dinky lug wrench to get a wheel off in case of emergencies.

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