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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax MD View Post
    Holy cow, where did you find that old comic book style tech note, Frank!?
    Its called PS Magazine. There is a link here in SS to access most of the issues. When I was on active, I read it every month, and had a collection of them, complete, from 1969 to 1993 when I got out. There is info in them that will never get old. It pays to look at them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax MD View Post
    Holy cow, where did you find that old comic book style tech note, Frank!?
    It resides in my library of PS Magazine collection. Connie Rodd explains things to me easy.

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    Conny AND Bonny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyfang View Post
    Conny AND Bonny!
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    PS magazine Connie + Bonnie 50yrs.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyfang View Post
    Its called PS Magazine. There is a link here in SS to access most of the issues. When I was on active, I read it every month, and had a collection of them, complete, from 1969 to 1993 when I got out. There is info in them that will never get old. It pays to look at them!!
    I wished I had kept mine ! I just threw them away after reading them. I also really wished I had kept all my old comic books too ! Who knew they would be worth anything today !

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    Since the train has jumped the tracks and talking about keeping books. I bought this back in 1999 for 20 bucks. Amazon has the for 800 bucks now. There were not many printed or sold I guess.
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    I one time was guided by a old man who is a transmission rebuilding specialist for 50 years, he made me remove the bearings, remove all old grease with brake cleaner then take the bearing and dip it into Fingerprint Remover, which I didnt have, then he said to use a M.E.K. and I got high with super headache, 15 minutes later I dont exactly remember but I had latex gloves on and trying to to get gooey stuff into tight cavities, I think thats the part where I was packing it with grease, I was just laughing the whole time because grease would go everywhere except where I wanted between the rollers, he wouldn't let me touch the bearings with bare hands including installation.

    It was weird...TM-9-214 Bearings manual.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99nouns View Post
    I one time was guided by a old man ~ Fingerprint Remover ~ M.E.K. ~
    he wouldn't let me touch the bearings with bare hands including installation.
    It was weird...TM-9-214 Bearings manual.pdf
    Are you going to upload TM 9-214? it goes into here.
    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/forumd...Upload-section

    Cool Beans, That TM 9-214 {November 1959} should have been in my apprenticeship 45 years ago ..... I liked being an apprentice, helped build ships and propellers and subs.
    Thanks for posting that TM! It is going in with my apprenticeship papers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floridianson View Post
    Since the train has jumped the tracks and talking about keeping books. I bought this back in 1999 for 20 bucks. Amazon has the for 800 bucks now. There were not many printed or sold I guess.
    I had that book ! I threw it out a few years back since I never ended up buying that boat ! I knew then and know now to never throw-out a book !!!!

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