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Old 06-16-2011, 04:47 PM   #183
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That looks kind of familiar. Didn't change them much from '94 to '99 it looks. Ours is Geo Tracker but they came from the same factory in Canada I believe. Now you need a rag top.
I have a 1993 Suzuki Sidekick exactly like your Tracker - even the same colors.
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Old 06-16-2011, 06:21 PM   #184
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Old 06-17-2011, 06:25 AM   #185
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I have a 1993 Suzuki Sidekick exactly like your Tracker - even the same colors.
Sure can't hide with that color. It could be parked at the mall on black Friday and some one will say "hey I saw your car at the mall".
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:44 AM   #186
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Old 06-17-2011, 08:31 AM   #187
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A turbo speed actuator for nearly a grand.
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Old 06-17-2011, 04:12 PM   #188
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Hope you never need the fuel injection pump like I am going through. Over 5k.
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Old 06-17-2011, 09:08 PM   #189
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I hate spending money on things I can't really see.
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Old 06-18-2011, 09:43 AM   #191
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Is that a Cummins part?
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We bought a 50 Amp Hughes AutoFormer. We spend a lot of time in Christian Camps working for MMAP (mmap.org) and most of them do not have real good electrical setups. Autoformer does great keeping the Amps up so as not to hurt our delicate equipment (refer, tv etc) thought about a HW50 but it would just shut us down where the Autoformer will boost the amps..but I check the hookup with my trusty v.m.
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We bought a 50 Amp Hughes AutoFormer. We spend a lot of time in Christian Camps working for MMAP (mmap.org) and most of them do not have real good electrical setups. Autoformer does great keeping the Amps up so as not to hurt our delicate equipment (refer, tv etc) thought about a HW50 but it would just shut us down where the Autoformer will boost the amps..but I check the hookup with my trusty v.m.
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You really need to have both. Where I am currently staying, we have had numerous severe lighting storms during the night and a few during the day. We have had many power loses while all of those storms rolled through and some were extremely close. Our Progressive has had error codes of low line frequencies, high voltages, you name it, all due to lighting strikes in the nearby area and subsequent power loses. One day, the power company had to come out and replace portions of the transformer up on the pole, the large tube fuse at the top of the pole and it also blew out the electric meter on our private RV site here on Rainbow Lake, NY. it was all due to a close lighting strike nearby.

I will NOT hook up to any pedestal without my Power-Master Voltage Booster and the Progressive EMS unit both working in unison to both supply good power and protect my home all at the same time.

The owners house which is at the end of the power line does not have any EMS protection, so his losses have been three TV's, one computer, numerous fluorescent light fixtures, and some smaller item's. He said that to install a whole house type unit similar to the Progressive EMS unit I have on my coach, it would cost thousands of dollars, however he has already lost a significant amount of money. His insurance deductible must be rather high.

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Stant P/N - 10114...8.1 Oil Filler Cap. Which I promptly lost again. Now in Whitehorse, YT and NO one has it in stock. Should have put a lanyard on it. Sometimes I sure can be a knucklehead... Now it's back to the ugly yellow cap I got off a PB Blaster spray can...it fits perfectly. Bob
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