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Mcstealth last won the day on May 24 2014

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  • Birthday 01/06/1965

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  1. I like the idea of taking a sample of fuel and allowing it to evaporate.
  2. I was the mortgage broker involved in which a title company missed an electrical easement on the back side of the new buyers property. When the electrical company came by two years later and cut down the old growth pine trees in the back.... Needless to say the title company paid big time for that little mistake. Does that happen often? No. Could you be that guy (or girl)? Oh yeah!!!
  3. I may have missed something, but how has your search come along?
  4. Ask Jose, though his fairly vintage I would hazard to guess.
  5. I am one lottery win away from purchasing it.
  6. I wish I could buy a new Mooney. I wish I could buy a new Cirrus. I would go Mooney of course. Whatever you fly, I will be jealous of both the bird and you.
  7. One tech has said, We can only check for leaks with the actual refrigerant, and not nitrogen. I called BS on that one as I know for years techs have used nitrogen for listen for leaks.
  8. Hi head pressure triggers the safety that turns off the compressors. Gasses are not flowing.
  9. There is a restriction is what I am being told. The one tech has said, and I quote, "inside the evaporated coil manifold, there is an internal valve that you can not service. If it get gums up, you can't service it". "It is internal, not external" "if you run solvent, you can damage the compressors " These were his quotes.
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