Shade tree mechanic advice

Chaplen, John John.Chaplen at
Thu Jul 18 20:29:24 EDT 2002

Ok this may sound like an Odd way to do it, but why not find an old but
clean piece of carpet and lay that on the ground. I have done that in the
past and it works really well and much more comfortable too.

-----Original Message-----
From: Shayne [mailto:thequattroking at]
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 11:35 AM
To: Brian Link; '200q20v at'
Subject: Re: Shade tree mechanic advice

I spent many years on this one.  Then "LIGHTBULB", a baseball cap sans bill.
Works great!

Shayne P.

Currently, Spokane, WA.  June, Oakland, CA.

Enough Audis to give plenty of headaches.

Parting:  1972 Mercedes Benz 280 SE 4.5

> From: Brian Link <brianl at>
> Organization: Starsys Research
> Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 10:55:49 -0600
> To: "'200q20v at'" <200q20v at>
> Subject: Shade tree mechanic advice
> I'm in the process changing out a clutch (my coupe gt not the 200 20v)
> it made me wonder if any of you have advice on what they wear to cover
> there hair while they are lying on their garage floor.  I tried baseball
> hats but the brim would always be in my way.  Next I tried a bandana,
> worked better but it kept coming off.  I know that this is a stupid
> question, but I am being serious.  I keep shampooing but the dirt doesn't
> come out......
> Brian (nappy head) Link
> Boulder, CO.
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