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Offline rv_safetyman

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Re: UPDATE -- Shepherd Engine Saga Cont
« Reply #30 on: November 20, 2009, 03:56:12 PM »
Well, BK I used to think you were a nice guy but now you are on my IGNORE list ;D

For the rest of you, my saga got even better today.  I had missed getting a couple of brackets so I contacted them about picking them up.  I also broached the subject of getting all the sensors off the engine.  They said yes.

As some of you might have noticed, Ed Roelle and I have been talking about sensors.  He really scared me, as he has had some failures that left him stranded.  I had given some thought to the problem, but I was not about to lay out $2-300 for a whole set to have on hand.

So, I now have all the major sensors that can shut you down. 

I am kind of getting excited about getting it on the road and REALLY NERVOUS at the same time.

Jim
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Offline bobofthenorth

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Re: UPDATE -- Shepherd Engine Saga Cont
« Reply #31 on: November 20, 2009, 04:17:53 PM »
Assuming you make it down to Q we could drag you north after Larry's shindig is over, if that helps.   ;D
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