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 on: Today at 10:51:45 AM 
Started by eagle19952 - Last post by eagle19952
pn # 27406 is a 7400 lb wheel (two hole) and # 28410 is a 8000 lb wheel. (two hole)

Does it matter which one a person buys for the steer axle on a model 05/10 Eagle.

Unless my numbers are wrong, why would they even build a different wheel that is 400lb different ?

Thanks  in advance Smiley

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 on: Today at 10:40:15 AM 
Started by Scott Crosby - Last post by eagle19952
Anyone looking this might be the place  Grin

http://www.applehydraulics.com/shocks.htm

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 on: Today at 10:32:38 AM 
Started by Scott Crosby - Last post by luvrbus
That is a single lever knee action shock same was used on GMC and Chevy trucks in the 40's lol man time flys

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 on: Today at 10:27:59 AM 
Started by doublee - Last post by dbldragon
 I could use one .Tried to get one on ebay, bought what I thought was a cd but payed shipping on a e file that I could never open .Sad
 trisjd4@yahoo.ca    Would greatly appreciate this.

  Thanks Chuck

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 on: Today at 10:19:35 AM 
Started by eagle19952 - Last post by opus
What a waste of a nice Impala.

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 on: Today at 10:12:24 AM 
Started by Scott Crosby - Last post by Scott Crosby
I've never seen them on any bus but a silversides.  They are very old school mechanical arm style that act more like a hydraulic "pump" internally.

Here is a photo of the one on boomers.

 


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 on: Today at 09:52:58 AM 
Started by garhawk - Last post by garhawk
Hey Folks,

Just an update on our problem with the dead throttle position sensor.  Thanks to all who chimed in and helped.

Fortunately we were in a great spot to have broken down - a hotel/campground with a level parking area.

I had two of the best minds available helping diagnose the issue - Ken Arnold and Pete Papas!
It turned out that the power source on the engine side of the ECM was missing (dead, lost, misplaced, who knows) and it took the better part of two days to do the testing and rigging.

We canceled the circuit and tapped into the chassis side for power (five volts).  So far it has worked as advertised by the two gurus.  We have now driven close to 400 miles and it is holding.  Ken is programming a new ECM which we will try to meet up with week.

What a blessing to have good friends!

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 on: Today at 08:53:35 AM 
Started by eagle19952 - Last post by Lee Bradley
Very good. Thanks for posting.

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 on: Today at 08:07:02 AM 
Started by chuckdrum - Last post by ol713

      Hi;
         I would suggest you check with a local charter outfit.  Ask the shop
         manager if one of his mechanics does work on the side. Grey line
         might be a place to start.
                                              Merle.
                                       

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 on: Today at 07:44:20 AM 
Started by Darkspeed - Last post by Cary and Don
If you see Gone With The Wynns blog, they have a complete demonstration of their Composting Toilet.  No electric required. It seems like a lot of work, but they have been using it for years and even ordered one in their new RV.

Don and Cary

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