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    Yay! Have ski back from shop!

    Allrighty! have the ski back from the shop, alittle clean up to do.

    here is a pic of a driveshaft support I quickly made up before leaving to pic up the ski, it is a alum/composite panel, just some scarps I brought home from the job! ...PR...
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    Wow!! Looks like it was steam-cleaned... Sweet!

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    pr that is clean nice driveshaft holding tool you made how long did it take you to fabricate that?

    did you get the ski done under guarantee? since it was their fault if i recall.
    glad to hear you are getting back in the action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daverxp4 View Post
    pr that is clean nice driveshaft holding tool you made how long did it take you to fabricate that?

    did you get the ski done under guarantee? since it was their fault if i recall.
    glad to hear you are getting back in the action.
    Pale Rider tells me that it took him "a couple of minutes to bang it out", the cool shaft holder he made that is. He also says that if he took his time, it would have been a lot nicer looking . One more thing Dave, so there's no confusion here, we were not the ones who built Pale Riders supercharger, that was done at another shop who I will not mention. The debris that caused the damage to his pumps were by no fault of ours, and if it was a mistake made on our end, I would certainly step up to the plate & admit fault, as I believe honesty is the best policy. I'm just glad he finally got his machine back, and we'll hopefully be able to ride together before seasons end, I will miss his "check up calls" though

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    PR - Glad you got it back - you should have it ready to roll by the first freeze! Seriously though, I am glad it didn't blow up on you and that it's ready to put back together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Set Performance View Post
    Pale Rider tells me that it took him "a couple of minutes to bang it out", the cool shaft holder he made that is. He also says that if he took his time, it would have been a lot nicer looking . One more thing Dave, so there's no confusion here, we were not the ones who built Pale Riders supercharger, that was done at another shop who I will not mention. The debris that caused the damage to his pumps were by no fault of ours, and if it was a mistake made on our end, I would certainly step up to the plate & admit fault, as I believe honesty is the best policy. I'm just glad he finally got his machine back, and we'll hopefully be able to ride together before seasons end, I will miss his "check up calls" though
    This is correct: As I mentioned a million times before, this was not Derrick`s fault or problem, most of you know that. I can say that he indeed step up to the plate and correct the original shops blunder. ...PR...

    "check up call!!!"
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 05-06-2007 at 10:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daverxp4 View Post
    how long did it take you to fabricate that?

    about a 1/2 hour, had to wait for air compressor to pump up! ...PR...

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    I bet yur glad to git it back !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I bet yur glad to git it back !
    You Bet! I was already suffering from seperation anxiety ...PR...

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