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Old August 4th, 2006, 12:22 PM
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WTB: 94/95 D90 Temp Gauge

P/N AMR2631, temperature gauge from a '94 or '95 D-90.

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Old August 4th, 2006, 01:59 PM
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You have your choice, Chance. The one from the '95 is on the shelf or we can dig the one out of the '94, I won't be using it.

Might cost you a beer, though.
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Old August 4th, 2006, 02:16 PM
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You have your choice, Chance. The one from the '95 is on the shelf or we can dig the one out of the '94, I won't be using it. Might cost you a beer, though.
Excellent, thanks Rod! I'm sure the '95 is fine. Is that P/N stamped on it anywhere? How about beer and a steak? We were thinking of hitting O'Malley's this weekend.

I was sorry to hear about Kasha. We're struggling with our six million dollar dog right now. Just got off the phone with the neurologist and he's not doing well from the latest. Keep your fingers crossed for Boudreaux.
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What will you take for the '94 D-90 temp gauge and sending it to Austin Texas?
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I might still have mine somewhere in the garage if someone still needs one from a 94.
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Old August 4th, 2006, 04:57 PM
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What will you take for the '94 D-90 temp gauge and sending it to Austin Texas?
Heh, that other thread must be causing a run on D-90 temp gauges by 110 owners.
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Old August 4th, 2006, 08:51 PM
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Excellent, thanks Rod! I'm sure the '95 is fine. Is that P/N stamped on it anywhere? How about beer and a steak? We were thinking of hitting O'Malley's this weekend.

I was sorry to hear about Kasha. We're struggling with our six million dollar dog right now. Just got off the phone with the neurologist and he's not doing well from the latest. Keep your fingers crossed for Boudreaux.
Yep, that P/N is on a label stuck on the side. A beer and a steak sounds just great! I look forward to seeing you again and meeting your wife. My gal is out of town right now so I'll be flying solo. Give me a call when you have a time that works for you.

Damn, I'm sorry to hear Boudreaux isn't doing well, that poor guy has been through the wringer. I'll be thinking of him.






Howdy T.J.!
I'd be happy to send you the other gauge. I've no idea what it's worth....... how 'bout a sixpack? Doesn't have to be anything special, just something not from around here.


If the price seems too steep, just pm me your address.

I'll send it anyway.
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Rod,
Sent PM with address.

How about Real Ale from Blanco.
Chris and Tony should attest to it's quality.
If not I need to buy them 6-packs as well.
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Sounds yummy!

PM sent.
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Old August 7th, 2006, 11:40 AM
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Yep, that P/N is on a label stuck on the side. A beer and a steak sounds just great!
Good seeing you yesterday Rod. Thanks again for the gauge!

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Damn, I'm sorry to hear Boudreaux isn't doing well, that poor guy has been through the wringer. I'll be thinking of him.
Thanks for the kind thoughts. We hope he'll be able to come home Monday, but he's got a long road ahead of him after that.
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Old August 7th, 2006, 06:48 PM
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Good seeing you yesterday Rod. Thanks again for the gauge!



Thanks for the kind thoughts. We hope he'll be able to come home Monday, but he's got a long road ahead of him after that.
After that meal (and the beers!) I feel like I got the better of you in that deal! Thanks, that was a fun evening.

The honey is delicious, was it from the Georgia bees or the Jersey bees? (ha,ha)

It looks like the cabin is open over the 12th-13th. I'll give you a call to see if you're available/want to come up to wet a line and drink a couple more beers.

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The honey is delicious, was it from the Georgia bees or the Jersey bees? (ha,ha)
Hell, it's all mixed together at that point! Say the word and I'll get you some more. Gotta finish up extracting tonight.

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It looks like the cabin is open over the 12th-13th. I'll give you a call to see if you're available/want to come up to wet a line and drink a couple more beers.

(newfs welcome)
Excellent! But would that be the 12th and 13th of this month? I've got the run from hell (www.wildwestrelay.com) the 11th and 12th. Should be home the afternoon of the 12th. Maybe come up for the day on the 13th?
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Old August 17th, 2006, 11:03 PM
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Rod,
Sent PM with address.

How about Real Ale from Blanco.
Chris and Tony should attest to it's quality.
If not I need to buy them 6-packs as well.
--T.J.
Hey! That's some damn fine beer, T.J.!
All bottles arrived unscathed, good packing job.

I hope you're happy with the gauge.

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