[tcb] Re: James

I know you do : p I especially hate them when my atv jack won't hold and i get 
to buy a new one on the way to work. I might as well have the starter tested 
while it's out so I'm taking it to Hammond Bros, luckily that's on th eay to 
work.
A;; i need to do is pull 2 more bolts and slide it back but this is getting 
old. I think I'm gonna get a new bell housing with a 6v bushing hole - wow what 
a great idea!


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From: Mike <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2011 9:49 PM
Subject: [tcb] Re: James 


I hate those self inflicted problems.


Sent from the side of the road!
Mike Hayes
Mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Dallas, Texas


On Oct 27, 2011, at 9:22 PM, James Dwan <james_dwan_2000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



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>Nope, still won't start. I timed it with the static method. I am suspecting it 
>was the 12v to 6v bushing. I took the starter out and noticed that the bushing 
>I put in a few months ago appeared to be gone. I grabbed a 12 to 6 volt 
>conversion bushing - or so I thought.
>
>
>Evidently I had a 12 v bushing mixed in with my 12 to 6v bushing drawer and 
>beat it into place. I figured out my mistake when I tried reinstalling the 6v 
>starter. I tried removing it with an easy out but it wouldn't catch.
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>Looks like I'll be dropping the engine on Saturday morning.so I'll beat it out 
>from the other side. I can't diagnose the running problem until I get it 
>started so...
>
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>From: "bbauer2000@xxxxxxxxx" <bbauer2000@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: Texas Buses <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2011 8:58 PM
>Subject: [tcb] James 
>
>Did you get your Bus issues figured out?  If so what was it?
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