Hey but that’s how it is around here, I look up or answer the phone after 8am and WHAM…. the door hits me in the face! Things happen fast around here so my guess is most coming here know when that happens. As the Cub Scouts say…..”Do Your Best” so I’ll work on it.
This morning is a test drive for some prospective new parents of this 26′ Fandango look alike.actually this was the original Fandando tributes to but whatever both are awesome coaches finished out really nice. If you’re lucky you too could be steward of a machine like this. Or build it yourself…….however a GMC like this is a true pleasure to travel in.
The point I never made it to yesterday was a request one made for me to do videos on using the GMC. Well, this weekend Janie and I DoD that…….not a real plan just stopping at county parks to take in the day……..in a GMC…..it was still good times and that’s my point.
The previous stewards on our coach had a plaque on the coach which we left…….I’d do a pic but the coach is at home….it reads, “we go not anywhere but to just go”…….I get it! I hope you do too if you have a coach. If you don’t let that be one of your reasons to get one.
Yesterday they had me doing late model window rubbers on this Palm Beach
I can do the rubber replacement faster……sometimes you DONT want to be the best man for the job! The rubber lock bead had shrunk….you may know of this…..Ffirst thing is to get that #3 sheet metal screw out holding the vertical bar. Coaches produces before 1977 with late style windows do not have this screw……that’s why their fixed windows migrate open on the side. This “pin” screw stops the vertical bar from moving but after coining its job on the surface of the coach its a postal ball to get out.and every window will have 2! I’m doing that first on all windows. Clean the Phillips socket…..hit the screw driver with a hammer to shock the corrosion then tighten then listen…..back and forth….by hand…..we’ll see ya tomorrow…….