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Author Topic: LOOKING FOR BUS NUTS IN SOUTH TEXAS...  (Read 1944 times)
El-Sonador
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« on: April 09, 2006, 07:27:31 AM »

Looking for Bus Nuts in South Texas...

I'm looking for anyone that has or knows anything about MCI-9's 8V71's, or can recommend a good service shop [that can do road service] in the Rio Grande Valley area of South Texas.

Yesterday I was making my way from Mexico to Canada when I blew a drive belt on the air compressor. It knocked off the other two belts, took out the right side tail light wirring, damaged the tempature sending unit and broke a small airline going to the air compressor's slack adjuster. Unable to do road side repairs, so I had the bus towed to an RV resort near McAllen Texas, concrete pad, lots of room. My unit is an automatic so I had to pull the drive axels out for towing to protect the transmission.

Desperately need help to put everything back together so I can get back on-the-road-again [as Willy would say... Cool

Any help to find any assistance in this area would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks


El-Sonador [aka Steve].
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2006, 07:30:35 AM »

Steve, see my reply to your first post looking for help.
I got this info for you from my Bus Garage Index.
Pharr, Texas is very close to you.
Best of luck.
Sammy  Cool
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El-Sonador
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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2006, 08:08:21 AM »

Steve, see my reply to your first post looking for help.
I got this info for you from my Bus Garage Index.
Pharr, Texas is very close to you.
Best of luck.
Sammy  Cool


Hi Sammy - Got your message, Thnaks...

I thought I was posting inside my first topic, but I guess I created another NEW topic by mistake...
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« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2006, 10:39:44 AM »

Not a problem El-Sonador,

You have enough problems to worry about!

Nick Badame-


Steve, see my reply to your first post looking for help.
I got this info for you from my Bus Garage Index.
Pharr, Texas is very close to you.
Best of luck.
Sammy Cool


Hi Sammy - Got your message, Thnaks...

I thought I was posting inside my first topic, but I guess I created another NEW topic by mistake...
------------------------------

NOTE TO ALL - sorry for the new topic
PLEASE POST ANY HELP or REPLIES UNDER THE ORIGINAL TOPIC...
"Stuck on the side of the road - Help!"

CLICK HERE... http://http://www.busconversions.com/bbs/index.php?topic=105.0
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