Tried to vacuum up all of the Jack Russell hair. I swear the OE fabric is like velcro with dog hair. Either that or the hair is barbed and is just difficult to remove. The black lab hair comes right off. I've tried all the usual methods; vac, sticky tape, diluted fabric softener. I wonder if new...
It would be my E350 I bought new in 2010 and only have 88K on it now. The Ford I put the most miles on was my 63 Econoline camper, I put 230K on it in 3 years in the early 70's on countless road trips surfing in Mexico and all over the west coast. That Ford never broke down even once.
You are the only mod online right now so I'll try you 1st. I renewed my annual Supporting Member on Sept. 29th and it still doesn't show up on my member info. I know PP isn't the quickest to respond after the same thing happened last year. Could you check into this please?
Nice work! You could hide a missile launcher on it. Can you get pressure treated plywood where you live? It's available and a must have on the Oregon coast, but I cant find it locally in Sacramento. My 3-paint coat exterior plywood floors are rotting after only 3 years on mine.
Not bad for a rust-free California truck. I've seen worse for much more
I hope you are right. My wife of 51 years passed away just 2 weeks ago after a noble 3 year battle with cancer. I know I never will, or want to, forget our life together but also realize I have to move on. I'll deal with my grief and live out the remainder of my life in a fashion that she would...
57 Chevy 210 Bel Air
64 Mercury Comet Caliente
61 VW 21 Window bus
67 Austin Healy 3000
63 Ford Econoline window van
67 Mercury Comet 202
71 Fiat 124
75 Honda CVCC 5-speed
73 Dodge 100 van
76 Volvo 245 Wagon
85 Chevy 3/4 T van conversion
76 Toyota Corona Wagon
As a retired corrosion engineer all I can say is replace it in it's entirety with non-metallic and be done with it. Once you have one corrosion leak more will follow and leak frequency will increase exponentially. Remember, Rust Never Sleeps.
After I release mine I have to cycle the opener again to make initial contact with the disconnect. Then I have to manually pull the rope rearwards to fully engage the trolley chain. Never heard of a one time only disconnect; that sounds more like something Audi or Porsche would do.