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Old 07-07-2016, 06:35 PM   #51
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Wayne I'm sorry my reply was so rude and harsh. I did edit it as I thought about it. The thing is Camp FL is a good class Mike is a talker and I'm grateful for the ton of great info I got. Some of what he said is just him talking. One was the belt thing. Nothing wrong with storing the belt in a sealed bag but totally unnecessary. Unless the belt needs to be protected from dangerous fumes or subjected to fuel or oils it is not going to be damaged. Again I'm sorry for my snotty response. I can be a ass sometimes. Don't ask my wife as she will say I'm a ass most of the time. Be well see you in Goshen.
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Old 07-07-2016, 06:47 PM   #52
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I like Diana so I won't ask her lol but I like you too. I guess I won't be at Goshen since I never heard from Frog Bob but learned today they had or have server issues. I may try a walk in at one day even if I don't camp. Think I'll go to Merritt Speedway


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Old 07-07-2016, 08:54 PM   #53
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Phil I thought FL said to put it in vacuum bag to prevent dry rot
Correct Wayne,

If you Vaccume seal it will last for a few years - the reason for having a spare was for the Alaska group. Folks staying the the lower 48 do not need to do this - sorry for the confusion folks
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Actually Mike Cody recommended the spare parts for everybody who owns a Freightliner Custom Chassis with Cummins engines. Nothing specifically noted about any Alaska group that I remember. He recommended the vacuum seal to preserve the integrity of the belt from spills, edge damage and dry rot. It was a recommendation not a requirement.
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Actually Mike Cody recommended the spare parts for everybody who owns a Freightliner Custom Chassis with Cummins engines. Nothing specifically noted about any Alaska group that I remember. He recommended the vacuum seal to preserve the integrity of the belt from spills, edge damage and dry rot. It was a recommendation not a requirement.
Good Point Bunci - thanks for the clarification!
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