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  • About myboyburt
    City
    Beautiful
    State/Province
    New Hampshire
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    female
    WBCCI #
    7032 New England
    Trailer #1
    1993 25' Excella
    About My Tow Vehicle
    2008 GMC HD 2500
    Courtesy Parking
    No
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    Michelle & Leon
    New England Unit

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  • Join Date: 05-15-2003
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Posted 07-22-2008 at 08:14 PM by myboyburt Comments 2
Not a fun job, but it must be done. Leon has started touching up the polish on "The Tube"

Posted 07-22-2008 at 08:09 PM by myboyburt Comments 1
Leon was doing some additional inspection work in Scatter Bug and found what he called a rats nest of wiring that will need to be addressed asap. Looks messy, but ok to me but then I'm not the Master Electrician that he is.

The other picture is of one of the newly installed stabilizers in the down position. I'm wicked happy with these.

Posted 07-15-2008 at 10:51 AM by myboyburt Comments 3
Over the past year I've been collecting promotional information and have purchased a few travel guides for the areas we will be visiting (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and PEI). From what I've read PEI has some good cycling trails and one that really seems interesting to me is near the West Point Lighthouse. Per one of my travel guides this particular bike trail is a continuous cliff-edge ride along the ocean, going passed harbors and quaint villages. So I've decided this is one of the activities...

Posted 07-14-2008 at 10:45 AM by myboyburt Comments 0
The re-riveting of Scatter Bug's belly pan is about 1/3 done. We ran out of 3/16 rivets so we could not complete the job this past weekend. Leon is picking up an additional 100 rivets or so and will finish up on this repair some night this week. Pictures show Leon drilling starting holes for the rivets and a section of the repaired belly pan.

All four stabilizers have been installed. Scatter Bug is now rock solid when they are down. BS (before stabilizers) you couldn't drop a dime...

Posted 07-13-2008 at 08:49 AM by myboyburt Comments 2
It always seems to happen this way: Repair something and you find other issues that need to be addressed: Leon replaced one of the shocks on Scatter Bug (will be doing the second one today) and while he was at it took the time to inspect the under-belly. He discovered that most, if not all of the belly pan is loose, meaning it has separated from it's rivets. So today after the second shock is installed Leon and my father will re-rivet the belly pan and inspect the axle. I'm hoping we will not have...
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Posted 08-27-2008 at 08:56 AM by tkauranen tkauranen is offline
Hi Charlie............glad...
Posted 08-02-2008 at 08:20 PM by AirHog AirHog is offline
Love the pink bike Michelle.......you...
Posted 08-02-2008 at 08:13 PM by AirHog AirHog is offline
I saw the pink bike...
Posted 08-01-2008 at 07:09 AM by CharlieE CharlieE is offline
Yes, how true. There...
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