Getting close to finished on my response to whom it concerns. Truly, I feel there are disturbing questions when folks handshake is not as good as their signature. I’ll elaborate my guess soon. Stay tuned…
In the meantime lets do what us enthusiasts enjoy and have fun with our coaches. Takes more muscles in your face to frown and living in plausible deniability world also goes to shorten the enjoyable time you have here on earth… right now lets move on but for sure we’ll pick this back up…
Manny came in and is busy working transmissions for us. Lemme process some pics and I’ll be back….
Manny hates for me to take pics of him working…. hey but that makes it that much more of as challenge. See that, just as I clicked he stepped back…. Manny builds 3 transmissions at a time in a production style. You can see the 3 positions with stand brackets bolted to his bench. It’s amazing the quality and consistence he gets doing things this way. Hey but here’s a pic of him from another visit… take that Manny.. you’re not as sneaky as you think!!! Hank is over at the lift getting the quad bag rear suspension onto Susan’s “sporty shorty” custom 21′ GMC while he and Manny hold the mechanical fort down at the old shop
Her fuel hoses too need to be changed after it’s long wait to be finished The coach hardly got 500 miles on it over the last 4 years still, the regular nitril rubber hoses installed back then were hard and cracked. I tell ya guys, if you fuel hoses under the coach have not been changed out in the last 4-5 years…. none of us knew the damage ethanol would do to the fuel system. You MUST have ethanol resistant lines fuel hoses or the synthetic nitrile rubber is under attack… sorry but it has to be done and there is no way around it. You could have more luck than the next guy but that does not make it any less a factor and you WILL one day get bitten.
So anyway… the day is on. I have several restorations to do pics for… guys bear with me I’ll get it. I have a coach here that had a …well, AC melt down from a bad plug at an RV park. You really need to check your power coming in before hooking up.
So what do ya think, maybe I can reuse the power cable to the frig? Opinions vary…….
See ya tomorrow….