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wilber1

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Posted: 02/11/18 12:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Those guys had great deliveries. Wonder how much practice it took before they could do it with a straight face and not get their tongues in knots.


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Gonzo42 wrote:

For those of you who are contemplating a re-engine project for your RV, TV, or toad, here is a reference for a possible candidate:

Chrysler Turbo Encabulator


Al;l well and good, but the Turbo Encabulator is not an engine. When replacting the engine would be a good time to install one, though.


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Back in the day a customer sent me one for a rebuild, He also sent along a manual - unfortunately, some one had had trouble with the copier and I wound up with only odd # pages - like 1,3,5 etc even pages were missing. This model had horizontal egg-shaped boreholes and a twin vacuum controlled pop off valve accumulator (the early model) with NO electro-static guard. The project when well UNTIL I installed one of the cylinders EAST-WEST (instead of NORTH-SOUTH) and it jammed on the magnetic cam controlled spindle and broke off right inside the magnavision - I finally got it fixed - although 1 hydro cylinder never did produce full flux and the customer was - well - somewhat peed off. Never did see him again.

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