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#25747 - Fri Mar 21 2003 02:16 PM NATIONAL 38 QUESTION
Anonymous
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WHATS THE EASIEST WAY TO REMOVE THE ENTIRE SIDE OF THE PUMP ON THE HOSE/NOZZLE SIDE?? THE LINKAGE AND ON/OFF MECHANISM IS GIVING ME FITS.. ANYBODY BEEN THERE DONE THIS?? THANKS FRANK..

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#25748 - Fri Mar 21 2003 07:56 PM Re: NATIONAL 38 QUESTION
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I USED MY HEAD AND FIGURED IT OUT.. THANKS FOR NOTHING GUYS!!!! I'M ONLY AN ASE MASTER CERTIFIED AUTO TECHNICIAN, I GUESS NOBODY CARES. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DONE RIGHT, YOU GOTTA DO IT YOURSELF!! HE, HE! FRANK..

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#25749 - Fri Mar 21 2003 08:12 PM Re: NATIONAL 38 QUESTION
djhubba Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 24 2003
Loc: Seattle WA
Cool - I have finally upgraded to "good for nothing" Statis - I cant wait to tell my Wife. Bahahah - good luck with the Pump Frankie :-)

Hubba
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Hubba: GAS GEEK , OIL FREAK of Seattle WA

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#25750 - Fri Mar 21 2003 10:37 PM Re: NATIONAL 38 QUESTION
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While we are discussing A 38s, I'm doing my first one. There are two different styles of rectangular panels that go between the door and upper glass. One style has four bolt holes, the other does not. Does anyone know if these two styles are interchangeable?

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