Before that can happen I've sent the LH2 off to not one but two shops to get the timing reset after installing a new distributor and get new belts on the lady to stop all the squealing. The second shop is a truck shop that has a Hunter alignment machine so I'm not pulling the steering wheel far left to keep the rig on track (more on this on a future post, some mods and part replacement in store).
|Out with the old and not yet in with the new! Okay, got it in and now it needs tweaking...|
|Right by the NYS Thruway at exit 42. Good folks here for RV's.|
|Waiting in line for an alignment.....think that my rig looks nicer.|
Happy and Safe Camping Everyone!!
The Vintage RV'er.