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Re: [Shop-talk] erratic fuel gauge and a legitimate shop talk

Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] erratic fuel gauge and a legitimate shop talk
From: Richard Beels <>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 02:38:38 -0500
This is a boom-type lift and the boom was a little too vertical to 
"tight-rope" walk on - or even sit and scoot - about 60 degrees or so 
from vertical.  And I didn't relish trying to shimmy down the tree 
either.  It was dead and rotting and when I'd shake the top, it would 
make all kinds of sad cracky noises....

At 2/25/2008 at 20:44, Shakespearean monkeys danced on Jim Franklin's 
keyboard and said:
>Same deal except that I had left the choke on. I was aware of the
>self-lowering feature, but a bug in the design (IMO) lowers all 3
>arms at once, instead of in order, (or ideally, selectably from the
>bucket) so the bucket hit the roof before it could move horizontally
>enough to clear the roof. I had to climb into a window, something
>that would have been far easier before I tried loweing the bucket.

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