Leaving to go to my sons in Eastern Wa to try out the Snow Bird this morning, wish me luck. Hopefully pictures this afternoon.
Good Luck !
looking forward to the pics Bob!
Good Luck and have fun!!....Chip
Where're you gonna be?
I look forward to the Pictures, I really like that machine!!
uncross you're fingers, it didn't help.
First drove 65 miles to Easton Wa. Pulled the trailer out of the shop and it would not start.
recharged the bat. tried starter fluid, got back fires, no start. pulled the timer and found it broken,little spring laying in the timer cover and the roller bent out of shape. It was running when I put it in the trailer last week and has been sitting there sense. can't figure it out unless the rough road ride did it.New timer on order monday and will go back in a couple weeks, hope the snow stays until then.
OH and for pictures I took the camera out and it said no card,it was still in the computer from last up load.
NOW THAT'S MY STORY AND I'M STICKING TO IT.
If I didn't have bad luck today I wouldn't have any luck at all.
Bob(with nose out of shape)
Never say die,IT WILL BE OUT AND RUNNING just a little set back.
Bob, what's this all this waiting a week for parts nonsense, next time call a friend, warning! it may cost you a ride if I had to deliver the parts.
Just got back from Steve Tomaso with all I need. The old timer was the old style jap one with the orange insulator and the roller assembly was brass or copper and nether of us have ever seen one that had gotten bent like this one.It must have started years back and just got to the never work again state after the rough trip on I-90's right lane over the pass. You know the right lane before you get to Easton.
If your T won't start check your timer.
Well Steve is a good friend. So good job!! I'm always off sat. Thru mon. So if you end up running this contraption on a weekend and you don't mind company I would drive to easton and meet you for a ride. Give me a call.