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Old 09-19-2009, 01:24 AM   #29
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Since I'm not to bright when it comes to electricity, I wonder if my remote Patty will do the job just as well..

I'm guessing that she would just step on the brake and hold it down. The pump would continue to push brake fluid through the lines, and we could forgo the old "Up.......Down, UP.......Down" routine.

BTW, I found some large schematics...like blue print house plan size, on wiring ect for the Peak Chassis.
Would these be valuable for the library?

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Old 09-19-2009, 11:24 AM   #30
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1) The remote Patty will work fine as long as you know how to push her buttons. Persnally, I have found some times that spousal conscription for mechanical maintenance can increase disharmony, however YMMV.
2) Schematics sound fun. Afraid we will miss your rally, but if the Smiths attend they could ferry the schematics or you could mail to 1284 Vintage Way, Auburn, CA 95603. If you are making it to Chula Vista we will be there.

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