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I saw quite a few SEES with damaged windshields at the auction lot. I wonder if Safelite would make a home visit to replace a SEE windshield? It would make a great TV commercialHas anyone ever tried replacing the windshield? Mine has a pretty serious crack in it and although it has "character" I'm probably going to have to deal with it at some point. I saw that EI has a windshield for sale although it sounds like they come in broken more often than not. The procedure makes it sound like no big deal but I'm guessing the TM is leaving out about 4 hours or more worth of F bombs.
Just make sure it's in neutral... or face it away from the living room if sitting on the couch!!General Hood might be very interested in the remote start feature. He has one SEE which he can't get started in normal fashion, but maybe the remote would do the trick. If nothing else, he could continue his attempts from the comfort of the couch, instead of having to be out in the weather.
I'll take your word for it, peakbagger. But I sincerely hope that I won't be stupid enough to forget opening the fuel valve again.You will like the new style pump. Night and day for priming compared to the old style.
So what's the difference, General Hood, between one that sits unused in a government lot and yours that sits unused in your lot?That's what a SEE is meant to do. Not waste away in some gov. lot for 30 years. Glad you have the opportunity to move some dirt around, be it work or play
I was just "bustin' chops" mkcoen; please don't mind me. And I don't know if you mean the original Don Johnson show (Classic!), or maybe some newer version.You'll just have to watch it yourself. I don't do screen captures off my TV.
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