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  1. Boomer

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    As we cannot find parts on these anymore, how long do they usually last? Besides changing oil every couple years, is there any other maintenance to do?
  2. Capt Ralph

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    There are parts and shops that are experts in finding, recycling and sometimes just making things work with precision hammers.
    There are just to many of them out there for you to feel to naked,,, at this time.

    Just take care of them, tell them you luv them. Pat them on their,,,, case from time to time.
    Fresh oil and clear oil coolers will keep them happy also.

    However, I have always tried to be a good BoyScout. Out 32Volt Bert turned 40 this year.
    Original Detroits and original TD 514s. I know where my spares are.

    There will be one heck of a Viking's funeral on Bertie when we pass, She's a keeper till the end.
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  4. Capt Ralph

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    Manuals available on that site also.
  5. Boomer

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    Thank you
  6. Pamela005

    Pamela005 New Member

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    Thank you. Very good to know when I get ready to detail the transmissions.

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