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Old 08-15-2020, 09:17 AM   #15
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Turnaround time for pipes??

How long was your coach out of service??



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About 1-2 weeks, depends on how many. All SS, talk with Roger.
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Well thatís relative to me and my time. Doing a ton of other things under the coach. Also fishing, shrimping and crabbing.
If I wasnít retired and needed to get done, 2 weeks tops
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Well end of King Salmon season in our area: so back to the grind stone.
Installed new hydraulic reservoir, two new hydraulic hoses to secondary filter and hydraulic cooler. Painted left side of frame from rear wheel back. Right will have to wait until next year. Lol
Installed shock, new SS upper radiator to thermostat pipe/hose. Touched up paint rear and lower side of engine. Getting close to radiator install. Mite later.
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Beautiful work. Hopefully it will now last many more years.
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Beautiful work. Hopefully it will now last many more years.


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Dang, that is looking great, Perry.
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Dang, that is looking great, Perry.


That is some high praise from the Master!

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