[DML] Re: Angle Drive - cost effectiveness
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[DML] Re: Angle Drive - cost effectiveness

I saw a comedian once who had sewage back up into his bathtub. A plumber fixed his problem, then gave him the bill. His friends balked at the price on the bill. Since the plumber's work came with a guarantee, he calculated instead that for mere cents per day he was ensured no more sh*t in the tub -- that's a bargain!

If you can ensure a functional speedometer for less than 17 cents per day, I may indeed need to pay your website a visit as soon as my first paycheck clears the bank. (I do intend to go back to an angle drive eventually -- my current arrangement is just tiding me over until then).

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "James Espey" <james@...> wrote:
> Marc asked about a cost-effective "good" angle drive. Bill R used some math over at DMCTalk where the unit cost was divided by the warranty coverage. For our unit, that equates to about 16.4 cents per day.


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