My hands are partially tied behind my back this morning on plunking here. I need to get with my web master…. hey, are you reading this…. the lao top did an update and now all that good work you did showing me how to process pics….. gone! I’ll get with you later. right now I’ll place unprocessed (big() pics with my phone. Hope it doesn’t mess up everyones downloading.
Another red letter day….. the Explorer II Hum V turbo-diesel is set to be released to the roads today. After finishing the discovery of insulation and a nagging generator issue , new carpet and some other stuff the coach is getting it’s test drive and delivery this morning. Fair the well diesel, there won’t be many others out there…. you will truly be a one of a kind.
Moving along on Scott M. coach, the rear brakes and quad bag are about done, hay, what’s that fluid leak at the front…. I’ll let you know. Boy, this back and forth is tough. It’s daylight, lemme get out there and do some work. I’ll get this fixed and do better tomorrow.
BTW, there are some threads on Facebook asking if anyone really can make a GMC reliable… said it seems like everything the threads are full of are problems. Well brother let me tell you I have hundreds of customers who have a wonderful time with their GMC. Yes, there is and will be continuing maintenance and you can’t look at those times as earth shaking…. it happens but just remember no one forced you to buy this and I HOPE no one told you it would be cheap to keep one up! After you have it completely where you want it…. and where it needs to be you will continue to invest @ $2000 per year in maintenance… 1 years nothing the next the motor blows…… That’s just how it goes with any mechanism conceived and produced by man. You can whine and fixate on it but hey….. welcome to the world! If you think there is a short cut to quality, to fun, to reliability or to whatever it is you want…. that will not happen. If you want it, pony up and pay to have it what you want…… that’s just it……
Gonna be hot today… see ya tomorrow…..