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Old 05-06-2017, 06:50 PM   #11
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so i still wonder what was wrong with those 5 that all 5 ended up in the Junkyard.. do the 2 runners have clean or salvage titles? if they are salvage titles it means they were indeed sold for scrap..

have you actually got to drive 101.. up to highway speed and make sure its not belching oil, has WARN ENGINE light turned on, slips in the trans, etc?.. 'runs and drives' often means someone started it, drove it around in a circle in the parking lot.. stopped it and parked it..
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All have clean titles. And after the key switch went out on 101 it was parked and wasn't used again

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Old 05-06-2017, 06:51 PM   #12
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it looks like the whole Master cylinder is missing for the brakes on that.... thats not just a fluid housing..
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Yea. That what's off. I'm getting it off 102 since it runs and if need of other parts like tires. I'm gonna look at all and see which has better ones on

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Old 05-06-2017, 07:10 PM   #13
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thats a project to put on.. as you'll have to flush the complete brake system.. you have moitsutre in those lines now.. and then you'll have to bleed all of the lines completely.. its sat open.. not a good thing for hydraulic brakes...

so really there are 5 busses and not a one of them was ready to hop in and head down the road..
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thats a project to put on.. as you'll have to flush the complete brake system.. you have moitsutre in those lines now.. and then you'll have to bleed all of the lines completely.. its sat open.. not a good thing for hydraulic brakes...

so really there are 5 busses and not a one of them was ready to hop in and head down the road..
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The brake cylinder just got took like on may 5 and today is may 6. And 101 and 102 is the ones you can crank and go

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thats a project to put on.. as you'll have to flush the complete brake system.. you have moitsutre in those lines now.. and then you'll have to bleed all of the lines completely.. its sat open.. not a good thing for hydraulic brakes...

so really there are 5 busses and not a one of them was ready to hop in and head down the road..
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Ik them buses been on all except one and it's the one behind 102. It's the junker

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Old 05-06-2017, 07:29 PM   #16
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even one day is enough to get mega moisture in the brake system... you get a cold snap and you go to stop and.. NOPE! could really happen.. moisture causes corrosion of brake parts... if that thing has an ABS module then running it with moisture the system could mean BIG BUCKS to fix that,, brakes arent something to cheap out on and laugh at... esp in a big bus... if your brakes go bust you arent looking at just hurting yourself.. you got 20,000 pounds of metal barrelling down the road...
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even one day is enough to get mega moisture in the brake system... you get a cold snap and you go to stop and.. NOPE! could really happen.. moisture causes corrosion of brake parts... if that thing has an ABS module then running it with moisture the system could mean BIG BUCKS to fix that,, brakes arent something to cheap out on and laugh at... esp in a big bus... if your brakes go bust you arent looking at just hurting yourself.. you got 20,000 pounds of metal barrelling down the road...
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I'm trying to hurry ASAP to get it on as quick as I can

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I'm trying to hurry ASAP to get it on as quick as I can

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hurry doesnt matter now.. you need to flush it and bleed it regardless..
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My bus Bus 101 is here

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is it at your house now?
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