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Old 04-08-2009
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Oh Joy refit part 2 of many to come.

Jody came out today to help on Oh Joy. Since the weather was windy and cool, we ended up prepping the motor for R&R some.



Ugly beast...



We or I should say he, worked on disconnect items from the front this time. Things like raw water hoses, fridge compressor and alternator.



Lot's more to go.
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Thanks for the mention Charlie... I just needed an excuse to say, "I got my hands dirty!" As always, thanks for having me out to assist. Can't wait to see her all beautified - as you've put a lot of work into her. I'll see you next week with the stuff to fix the AC issue...

Thanks for posting the pics and updates
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Charlie,

Just in case you didn't know (and I didn't) -- the Bowman heat exchanger on your 4.108 is not fitted with a sacrificial anode. There's very little info on that bit included in any of the engine manuals, and I finally contacted Bowman directly. They were kind enough to e-mail me a tech drawing of the HX, along with a stiff upper lip English response that "Bowman does not use sacrificial anodes." Shoot me a PM if you'd like a copy of the drawing.

Anyway, I've been following your posts -- which look VERY familiar, as I'm doing the same thing on our Vagabond 39.

Cheers,
Tom
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More butt ugliness...

A little paint with your rust anyone?



Yuk!



I love the way the condensor is tied in with sash line..



I see a need for PB Blaster



Here too..



Cleanup on aisle three...



Ya gotta love the wiring scheme...



Somebody forgot to shrink wrap the shrink wrap connectors...




ah yes...., such fun.
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