New Carb Sync Gauge Loaner Program!!! - Steve Saunders Goldwing Forums
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2. Member of forum at least for 6 months.
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6.Communications could also be kept to the least expense if everyone has a Skype account so I can contact you a little faster, but not required.

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If it has been more than 1 1/2 weeks since a set was shipped and you haven't received them then contact me ASAP! so I can start tracking them down and get the reserve set sent out.

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Huh, look at my lil project, rolling along...

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Lol, could use this myself but don't have the 6 months required, guess I will hafta try to buy 1
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As we only work on the rebuild of the 75 once or twice a week, I'm really hoping to not meet the 6 mo before I need them! But you just never know...

This is a great idea!

Thnx for it and again I hope to not be able to use them!
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Hi, this sounds like an awesome program, I would need them to-wards spring time (by then I should have 50 posts) and have 6.mos. in, but I live in a small town, the postal service does not deliver to our home (have to use a po. box) and for some reason my street address does not show up on a GPS ?? any suggestions ??
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That's cool you guys are doing this, I might sign up this spring. Have an off-idle hesitation, I only sync'd the carbs once about 6 years ago.

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That's nice a place to borrow these type of tools, good idea
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Mysticfour wrote:
Lol, could use this myself but don't have the 6 months required, guess I will hafta try to buy 1
You might look into building a set cheaper than buying one. I'm in the process of doing that. Harbor Freight has the gauges on sale right now for $9.99 each. I think I'll have about $45 into it when finished. Just FYI. The tool loaner program is a great idea, though.

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I finally said "to hell with it" and converted to a single carburator...I love it !!!
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how'd ya mount single carb?

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