[tcb] Re: Generator pulley?

Reasonably so. Check it occasionally and it will usually give you fair warning 
before catastrophic failure.  I have never had one crater on me on the road.  
Have usually noticed deterioration before failure.

--- On Sun, 8/23/09, atx <atx_bus@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


From: atx <atx_bus@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [tcb] Re: Generator pulley?
To: "tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sunday, August 23, 2009, 10:47 PM


Thanks for the lists, a pulley wasn't on mine.  It will be now.

Also, I remember Dan having a good list.

So it's an easy enough fix, and worth carrying a spare, but is failure of this 
part common?  

Jeff

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On Aug 23, 2009, at 9:26 PM, Mike Hayes <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Wow such a small list.  :-)    I'm sure there is something I forgot.

I carry that and....

points
cap
rotor
condenser
1 set plugs
1 long plug wire
1 engine gasket kit
1 set of wheel bearings
nuts, bolts, washers and cotter pins
a well used but good distributer
new fuel pump
clutch cable
throttle cable
old but good coil
bulbs, fuses extra wire
high temp silicon
jb weld
duck tape
zip tie's
Flash light
small floor jack
4 way lug wrench
couple of fuel filters
couple feet of fuel line
5 quart jug of oil
brake fluid
Toolbox





Alma Jo Barrera wrote:
There is an unspoken emergency kit that should be carried with you at all times.

1. fire extinguisher
2. belt
3. pulley ( yes I have had one just shatter)
4. shims
5. woodruff key
6. fire extinguisher (again)
7. accelerator cable
8. clutch cable
9. flares
10. cold beer

Other Vokies can probably add to the list, I am a fairly newbie and still don't 
know all the ins and outs.

I was told that as soon as the belt brakes or pulley goes out to pull over..no 
ands, if or buts about it. So I have just made that my rule of thumb.

Alma jo







      


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