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01-05-2012, 09:08 AM #11
01-05-2012, 09:51 AM #12
Gary thank you so much for bleeding my system, and thank you again for doing it at no charge since my steering still wasnt to your satisfaction after the bleeding. I gladly would have paid for the service as it is hell of allot better than it was before I went in.
After I left your shop, I contacted Boat Steering Builders and he is going to be able to replace the bushings for me. Luckily 1 of 2 certified Teleflex repair shops in the US is only 30 minutes from me so I'm taking my boat over there this evening and he is going to be able to replace them while it is still on the boat.
I've got another need on a much larger scale that is way beyond my skills that I will be contacting you about...as soon as I can find a good time to be without my boat for an extended amount of time.
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