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« on: September 12, 2009, 03:32:35 PM »

Hi Yall. Just wanted to let yall know the results on our bus. It was the diff. that fell out. Joel, over at choo choo said there was not enough bracing put in when the motor was installed, and the motor and tranny and the tow bar was too much for it. He did a really good job fixing it, and getting us back on the road, much faster than expected. He had it taken for a drive and checked it all out to insure it was ready for the road. We have been on the road for a couple of weeks, and everything is good. Lots of thanks to Joel and Choo Choo Shop. We highly recommend them and will sure use them in the future. Thanks to those who recommended them to us.  Grin
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