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Author Topic: Can't maintain air pressure.  (Read 3249 times)
Scott Bennett
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« Reply #30 on: September 01, 2011, 01:42:46 PM »

  Yeah Scotty, im always amazed too. I too hope I can one day help someone out, maybe thats part of the charm?

  I remember back in 1988 when we were wreckin Buses, I had a copy of a BCM or FMC magazine, there was a whole fleet of Bus conversions went up to Alaska. I remember then, reading how they all pitched in to help each other with different problems and thought that was pretty cool. But I never expected anything like what we see here.


  When I get my place more hospitable and under control, im thinking of building a pit and having good power available. Maybe someone could stop by for a beer someday.

Someday I'll do the same...someday Smiley
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« Reply #31 on: September 06, 2011, 05:11:04 PM »


this again sounds like drive key or  the to piece gear intermitting sliping, stoping allows cooling and a new grip ,just a point to look at ihave seen this many times after checking out side things.
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