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About MGM/FRP

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    "Brotherhood of the Slap"
  • Birthday 10/08/1973

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    san diego

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  1. RBP does not make a mid board hub. They do the micro stub style. This is a completely different set up.
  2. oh it happens and big brother is watching!! I forgot to cross my T's and dot my I's on a classic car deal many years ago. Paid 11k , wrote 5k on the bill of sale. 3 1/2 years later get a love letter from the tax man. Had to pay $1250 in fees and penalties. They do check!!
  3. Sorry, If I came off sounding arrogant, that was not my intention. This is something that I "literally" see every day and have been doing these types of repairs for over 30 years. We repaired 4 rv water tanks last week, and average 1 to 6 a week. We repair for most of the local rv centers that are willing to make the drive.
  4. Sometimes it can be done in place, but from my experience, it's better to remove the tank. The welder has to be able to get 360 deg. Around the repair. The welder I use has a wand that is about a foot long with a airline hose attached. Clearance is most important to get a good solid penetration for the weld.
  5. None of what anyone is saying will work for a permanent fix. Think wax, like a candle. That's what you are trying to stick to. If you scuff it up enough, you might be able to get a mechanical bond, but only temporarily until the heat or water pressure flex's the tank enough to pop it loose. It really needs to be welded to correctly repair it. When, you finally do decide to repair it correctly, whoever does the repair is going to charge extra to get all the crap you tried to stick to it off.
  6. great car with all the right parts and a cali plate to boot!!!!
  7. Must sell due to illness, my uncle is sick with cancer and he asked me to market his motorhome due to it not being able to be used. I will post up more interior pictures within a few days once I get it cleaned and sorted.2013 Fleetwood Expedition 36M diesel pusher motorhomeCummins 6.7 360HP 800fp torqueAllison 6 speed push button transmission 8000 Onan diesel generator w/ 67 hoursexhaust brake Full air ride w/ hydraulic leveling4 slides , 2 kitchen/living , 2 bedroom Queen select comfort air mattress w/remote2 large flatscreen tv's , 1 in living , 1 in bedroomCorion countertopsDual electric recliner chairs added to replace original couch central built in vacuum systemfull size ss refrigerator micro/convection and regular ovenLots of cabinet and storage space7500lb tow capacity w/V5 hitchextra outside freezer/coolertons of outside lower storageFull body paintNewer tires (less than 1 year old)Motorhome runs and drives perfect and has been meticulously maintained.has 28,700 miles currentlyasking $129,900.00 OBOCall (760)802-6040 located in San Marcos
  8. Peter, that built these cars with seth at amplified is a good friend. If you need any parts or info, I can put you in touch,
  9. remember this car well. Bought it out of Blythe. Sold it to the guy you bought it from. He was supposed to go thru the wiring, but looks like he only bandaided things up. I didn't have time to tear this one apart, so it was just a quick turn thing. I don't think I ever even drove it in the dirt. The trans you got came from the next amp car I had. I have another nicer one now if you want to save the headache of a swap!, but it looks like your pretty deep in it. These are great cars and you will be happy with the performance in the end. They really work best with an LS/mendi drive train, so your doing the right thing.

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