Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by Cricket, May 5, 2006.
It Is Aliiiiiive!!!
Um, the secret little monster creation you've been working on in your basement for the last 8 years?
Long Live The Queen!!!!!!!
It's aboot time. If you hadn't spent so much time playing with your pipes it would have been done long ago!!!!
That is all.
Oh, "cricket" don't try to tell us the "Driveway Queen" has arisen from the dungeon of doom to rule more than just the driveway. All hail the Queen shall rule again.
your humble servant fred2mihi
I spoke too soon, fuel gremlin has returned.
Scott, I need a tissue.
I see some old man was using my account this morning. I have to watch those old senile guys when they come to visit.
I wonder if it is something to do with your tank. Maybe Don can get you some kegs from New Belgium and you can run tanks like the new guy, ivie29.
Nope, I narrowed it down this afternoon.
I removed the unused driver side saddle fuel tank from the dual tank system. All related feed lines, tank switch valve, et are gone. It is now simply a pressure line and return line feed to the passenger side saddle tank. Once I made that change I got a noticeable fuel leak from one of the lines above the tranny behind the block.
Same exact problem I fought for a month, same location for the leak and everything. I finally got those custom lines and ran all the fuel lines over to the passenger side along the AC and dropped down to the frame from there. No more leaky.
On a side note, be glad you never came yesterday. I havent a straight body panle left now. Between my driving spotter-less and Bo's inability to keep me out of trees, the Punisher has been Punished.
Youch, sorry to hear about the Punisher, Guess you had 2 years worth of trail anxiety built up. Scott said you guys picked up some new dents.
I think your my long lost twin John, we keep having the exact same problems. EXCEPT body damage that is.
We unanimously decided that you wouldn't have liked driving the DQ on that trail.
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