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Author Topic: And so the journey begins...  (Read 2883 times)
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« Reply #15 on: November 23, 2010, 05:28:52 PM »

Hey Tramp, who do you think you are?Huh  living so close to Bontrager's....... Stay away from there and any other salvage rv place in the area.

You will ruin it for all of us and Buy our stuff and the rv salvage yards are already low on stock

right Cody1

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Where are you located???

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« Reply #16 on: November 24, 2010, 07:28:23 AM »

Glenn:  I started getting the newsletters from CCO when I bought George Myers' books.  I've been trying to work out my schedule to attend some of the gatherings.  Now I have a better reason.

Brian:  Starting at the front was my thought too.  I figured that the speedo issue was a missing bolt or hopefully, something simple.  I am going to PM you about the clutch adjustment as soon as I get a couple minutes.

Chris/Cody:  Interestingly, I have been past Bontragers more times than I can count but have never stopped.  Probably just as well since my garage is full now.   Somehow I see a busnut pickup,shipping, and reconissance service.  I see me making weekly trips and giving reports of what they have in stock.  That should keep me busy in my spare time.  I just wonder if they will cash my pay check. Grin Grin

Ed:  The serial number is 6534.

Thanks for all the warm welcome and stand by for the flood of questions.

Dennis Watson
Scotts, Michigan
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Spicer 4 Speed Manual
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« Reply #17 on: November 24, 2010, 07:41:44 AM »

 6534 went to Greyhound Lines West in Oct. 66 - San Francisco.  I am sure they will take your paycheck with no problem at all. They will probably even smile while doing it. Grin

1968 MCI 5A with 8V71 and Allison MT644 transmission.  Western USA
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