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LTL Frame Stretch for Real This Time

Posted By Michelle Cole Thursday, January 19, 2012 2:06 PM
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John-------Thanks for thinking of the old folks ! But I've got 3 GMCs I'd like to resurect before I die,including my Detroit powered pickup . Not making much progress on any of them . Tooooooo much time on the computer .
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Nice LTL-9000, Michelle
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Nice Job , Next your old one and to find one with a Detroit for Dan !!
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I will second Wayne and TE. you done great........................Bill

wayne graham (6/23/2012)
Michelle, Your truck really looks nice. Wayne



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Wayne, it looked right at home at the Ford truck dealership where our show was. That's a nice truck inside and out. She did a great job on it. Could have got a red convertible Mustang off the showroom floor to match if she had brought her trailer with her.

All I need is one more good deal and I'll be out of business.:unsure:

I'll stick with the old and they can stick the new.:blink:

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Michelle, Your truck really looks nice. Wayne
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Two 86 model Ford trucks today and 26 years ago.

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Sunday, July 08, 2012 11:21 AM by Michelle Cole
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Give me a call Tony. I got some questions.

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Michelle, I'm looking forward to seeing you and your truck next Saturday.

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Wayne the problem I had talked to you about was the manifold on the back of the compressor where the refridgent lines attach. It was backwards. Its a wonder that I didn't blow the R-134 can up, while I thought I was on the low pressure side I was actually on the high pressure side with the can of freon. I had about beat my brains out trying to figure out what the problem was. I did replace the solenoid valve with a straight piece of tubing designed for the task, I didn't need it in this application. I also replaced the expansion valve just to be safe. After it runs for a little while it will get very comfy in the sleeper on day in the 90's. It was low to mid 90's when I checked it out.

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