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Old 07-28-2011, 10:54 AM   #1
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Time to check in

Been lurking on the forum for a bit, and decided to register since this is one of the best forums I have come across for help on my rv.

I was searching for help on the F53 fuel pump issue and found a ton of information here.

We ( my wife and 4 kids ) have a 1992 Pace Arrow on Ford chassis 32', and are in Syracuse Utah.

I already have done some modification by tearing out the carpet from the back bedroom to the drivers area and replaced it with an engineered flooring, as well as torn out the table and chairs and built a dinette for the extra sleeping room we needed.

Also gotten the privlege of fixing the cab A/C system after having the compressor blow apart. Luckily I am very mechanical and fix pretty much everything myself.

I have a few other things that need fixing, as well as some good upgrades, that I am sure I will find the answers for here.

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I am sure that anyone who can repair 'air' will be a huge asset to the forum's DIY group.

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