I've done gaziilons of repairs using junk and guess work. The most common one was back when I was still working the road in the Central Adirondacks, back when there was still a lot of logging. I'd be out riding the roads at "O dark-thirty" and come on a log truck broke down. Seems to me it was GM's that would lose a throttle return spring pretty often. Anyway, Back then we used a lot of heavy rubber bands to secure stuff in the Troop cars, back before the state started spending like crazy on whatever they needed. 3 or 4 of those rubber bands would get a driver and his load to the city and the mill. Gotta more than a few cups of coffee from truckers I met up with later for that!
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