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Old 01-15-2007, 03:56 PM   #1
pokypa
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Underbelly

I have taken the advice of you guys to inspect the underbelly for wires and etc.. I removed the first front two pieces of the black covering today to check out under side. I found several wires rubbing rough items that could cause a problem. I replaced the two rods for the dump valves with threaded rods. Has anyone replaced the black underbelly with some other type of material. I notice that the covering sags in the middle because of no support in the middle. I also fix the wires going through the frame where Rich had a melt down. I took a piece of 5/8 rubber gas line and split it down the middle and place it around the large hole in the frame to make a buffer for the wires to rest on. I thank all of you for all the info you have giving. I was ready to quite, but I'm still here.
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Old 01-16-2007, 10:56 AM   #2
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I printed your underbelly fix so I can show it to Don. That is some thing I want him to do on our unit.
Thanks for sharing.
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