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I tried it (just after sending that last note), and wow - it's zippy!!! Well I was fustrated. Still seems allot to contend with while moving. Elliott
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Well now it's wimpy again :( . All I did was let it run a little while I put the computer and switch up under the dash. I didn't flip the switch at all and didn't get any 42s (would if I had flipped it). So WTF? I'm puzzeled. Elliott
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Well it's loaded on the car hauler - so even though it's still acting wimpy it isn't too bad to move up onto the ramps. Loaded the back of it with the spare engine, tranny, and collection of lawn mowers and other small engines. My 4' piece of heavy rail-road track sits perfectly by the front wheel, and I'm thinking I can load my engine hoist and other heavy stuff along the rails tomarrow. Someone is comming to take away the boat project - aborted - tomarrow, and the movers are comming later. Will be loaded by thursday and rollin Saturday.
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Hi!

Hey Elliot...I know you want to fix your truck rather badly, but why not wait until you can settle down and finish moving? I assume you're not trying to pull the stuff you are moving with using that same truck...
William The Guesser
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William The Guesser,
Yea, it's loaded onto the car carrier now. No more getting done to it for a while now.
The base timing set helped, but didn't seem to solve whatever it is, and it's intermittent. At least it has enough power to move up onto the carrier (it didn't have that much when it got stuck in a 6" rut a couple of days ago). And when it's good - it's good!
It's an intellectual curiosity at this point more than anything else. My wife wants something newer (ie: GMC Jimmy, or Buick Rendezvous) - so it's an excess vehicle anyway.
It's tempting to go to NY via Hazelton and just junk it but then again, I've never registered it so I could just let the strippers have at it in NY (you know - those car shells along the road through Harlem).
It's fully loaded with my curbside collected junk too. There's the extra engine, tranny, and a few parts for it, and then there's 3 lawn mowers and a couple small motors, and most important the 4' section of railroad track.
So depending on where I land in LI, and the tolerance level there for parked vehicles, it might just make it there with me.
I'm hoping the hotel has an internet room or something - otherwise the NG may not hear from me for quite some time. I will preserve my PC connection till I pull out Saturday morning.
Elliott
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One can only hope...............
Your pal,
Doc

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Shit..... I already feel sorry for his new neighbors. Poor bastards don't know what they're in for. Bob
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