William pawahhhhhh

How to: Change a flat tyre at LDP

UPDATED: Check the bottom of the entry

On the way to the Curve, William asked if i could feel his rear left wheel wobbling and i said yes but it wasn’t that obvious unless if i wasn’t been told about. So the assumption was his car needs allignment.

But we thought wrong and on the way back from the Curve the inevitable happened …

The tyre blew and the next thing we knew, we were on the side of LDP just before Western Digital. The last time i encountered a ‘phailed’ tyre was with Bernard and all we did was called up David, LOL. But this time around William single handedly change it himself. Steven, Jess and I just stood there like dodo birds, hahaha.

Probably William was trying to show his macho-ness …

William insisted that he should be photographed. So that’s what i did … i whipped out my handphone, snapped a couple of shots and mms-ed to a bunch of people @_@

We were stranded for barely half an hour before moving again.

Moral of the story: Please please check/service all tyres and not only the front pair and please, if you noticed that the tyre is getting bald, change it -_-”

P/S: Nicollete thanks for the passes ! :P

P/P/S: I received a comment not too long back and i thought it was worth adding it to the entry as everyone should know the danger of changing tyre on a highway or even a normal trunk road. Thank you anonymous :)

Anonymous on July 31st, 2008 2:32 pm

What you did was very dangerous. Many people have died from what you guys did. You should never change a tyre on the highway, not even on the emergency lane. A car or another vehicle travelling at high speed would hit you.

The advisable thing to do was to continue driving (even if it means destroying your wheel/tyre) off the highway to a safe location, then only change your tyre. At least you gain a life.

17 comments

  1. Angeline · July 30, 2008

    William’s car phaileeeedddd..
    but he’s passed for changing the tyre!

    and you PASSED being a dodo bird!

    *runzzzz~

  2. satkuru · July 30, 2008

    aiseh, someone wanna kena already ler -_-”

  3. Jason · July 30, 2008

    Dude, add me on MSN jason_lioh @ hotmail.com :D

    And way to go, being a dodo bird. LOL.

  4. willy · July 30, 2008

    yes dodo bird…

    car didnt phailed laaaa…. the tyre iz failed!

    unlike someone’s car plate! PHA1″LED”!

    *runzzzzzzz*

  5. yeohcm · July 30, 2008

    hahaha..lol
    this remind me few years ago, we(angwc, ross and i) were changing cute-little Tiara’s tyre in Puchong Highway and it was in middle of the night. damn scary

  6. satkuru · July 30, 2008

    jason: added :P LOL dodobird … hahaha we were forced to stand there and do nothing :P

    william: i didn’t say the car phailed, or did i ? :P ahem, any last words before you face the wrath of the dolphin ? LOL

    cheemin: ganas weichung also kena is it ? no wonder ler i rarely see him in his tiara already. altis some more, tsk tsk :P

  7. joshuaongys · July 30, 2008

    ahahahahhaha wtf la weh take pics sumore hahahaha HARDCORE BLOGGER!! haha

  8. satkuru · July 30, 2008

    LOL where got hardcore blogger :P just that i was forced to snapped pictures,hehehe. so in the end i also blogged about it :P

    btw i think i have a few pictures of you in the hennessy party :)

  9. Anonymous · July 30, 2008

    What you did was very dangerous. Many people have died from what you guys did. You should never change a tyre on the highway, not even on the emergency lane. A car or another vehicle travelling at high speed would hit you.

    The advisable thing to do was to continue driving (even if it means destroying your wheel/tyre) off the highway to a safe location, then only change your tyre. At least you gain a life.

  10. satkuru · July 30, 2008

    that’s actually a very good point. i never thought of the severe danger it could have caused and i doubt my fellow friends thought the same.

    that’s definitely something i should add in my entry. thanks for the feedback, really appreciate it :)

  11. Criz Lai · July 30, 2008

    Hmm… who was the heavyweight person in the car then?? :P Well, it was indeed real dangerous to change your tyre at such a high speed area.

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  12. daphne · July 30, 2008

    …I agree with Angie- lu pass sebagai seekor dodo bird. :P

    phail la lu. nama lelaki budden leave iam alone changing tyres.

    PHAILED!~ :P

  13. Jessica · July 30, 2008

    eh eh eh~u’re the super-dodo bird la..
    i did help at some point.
    But u just being dodo since someone insisted to be photographed…hehehe! mana king of the tyre pic? :P

  14. mae · July 30, 2008

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

  15. Hannah · July 30, 2008

    haha nice one! btw I re-linked you :P

  16. satkuru · July 30, 2008

    criz: yeah lesson learned :P next time better go to a safer spot :P

    daphne: iam wanted to show macho-ness, so i let him do so :P

    jess: hahaha fine loh, i am a dodo bird :P king of tyre forgot to post up :P

    mae: LOL i thought u were on the verge to kill :P

    hannah: hey hey, thanks ya :)

  17. debandenlijn · July 30, 2008

    Over or under-inflating tyres is likely to seriously impair their performance and may prejudice the safe use of the vehicle. Over-inflation increases overall tyre diameter, decreases the amount of tread in contact with the road, decreases sidewall flexibility and affects road-adhesion. Under-inflation decreases overall tyre diameter, increases sidewall flexion, generates higher tyre operating temperatures and difficult vehicle handling characteristics. Running an under-inflated tyre may cause premature tyre failure. Both over and under-inflation adversely affect tyre life.
    info : http://www.debandenlijn.com