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Old 12-13-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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This should be available soon for all motorhomes

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Route 66, can you tell why sometimes all I have is audio and no video when some post vid clips. No video with yours also?
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:30 PM   #4
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That's old tech and is just a spin-off of the old connutant comutator we use to use to enhance internal pressure within the modual turnect positioners. Don't see a big use for RVs though.
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Unfortunately, I don't know a lot about computers.

Can you view the video directly on YouTube?
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gee, think I need to replay that again but wondering what a "dingle arm" is
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A dingle arm usually holds the dingleberry
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Unfortunately, I don't know a lot about computers.

Can you view the video directly on YouTube?
Yes , I just went there and it was ok? If I hold the mouse on the progression bar I get a very small picture. Thanks
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I think theres a new version out. Rockwell perfected the meshing of the philbert flange with the graple gromet. This increased the internal pressure of the monastic tricapulator by 6.995%.
Sorry Clyon 51, I dissagree this will be the next great thing in big rigs. I'm buying stock in Rockwell tomorrow.
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Well Sailer, I just shorted the stock and I'm going to make a pile of money. The calculations are wrong, the pressure will exceed 8.3367% which will over pressurize the flagular gasket causing premature ejaculation of the snuffer valve. At very best, leaks will occure bringing the whole system down. The only way to cure that would be to run a 22.34 HGC relief valve between the farment pipe and the dictato reservoir inlet.
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Well Sailer, I just shorted the stock and I'm going to make a pile of money. The calculations are wrong, the pressure will exceed 8.3367% which will over pressurize the flagular gasket causing premature ejaculation of the snuffer valve. At very best, leaks will occure bringing the whole system down. The only way to cure that would be to run a 22.34 HGC relief valve between the farment pipe and the dictato reservoir inlet.
I agree, however, don't forget about the Dingle Arm. Without that, the whole project is a bust.
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Well Sailer, I just shorted the stock and I'm going to make a pile of money. The calculations are wrong, the pressure will exceed 8.3367% which will over pressurize the flagular gasket causing premature ejaculation of the snuffer valve. At very best, leaks will occure bringing the whole system down. The only way to cure that would be to run a 22.34 HGC relief valve between the farment pipe and the dictato reservoir inlet.
I've checked your numbers and I humbly stand corrected.
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I agree, however, don't forget about the Dingle Arm. Without that, the whole project is a bust.
As long as the dingle berries do not exceed Px37/27N<34 on the Dingle arm, all shoud be ok. At least under my calculations with 1.2 liters of Shiraz in my gullet
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I recognize this guy. Before he went to work at Rockwell, he worked for the federal government writing regulations for some new healthcare program. He mentioned dingle arms there too.
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