[DML] Getting back to work
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[DML] Getting back to work



I've driven my D daily for about 10 months without doing anything 
more to it besides change the oil. I was briefly sidetracked with 
other projects (cough boat cough) and now I'm whittling down the 
pile of new parts in my basement.

I ruptured an A/C hose a week or two ago. While installing the new 
stainless braided clutch line, I happened to notice that the A/C 
hose rubbed itself open on a small metal clip where it goes into the 
frame. I don't think the clip belongs there.

My point is, it's always good to eyeball things in the vicinity of 
the fuel filter, clutch lines and A/C back by the engine once in a 
while. I waited too long. I just thought I'd pass that on.

It's no great loss for me fortunately. My A/C needed an overhaul 
anyway and I had most of the parts on hand. I'm just being forced 
into the labor early.

Rich A.
#5335






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