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Mike "Hubbie" Stearns

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  • Birthday 12/11/1964

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  1. Sounds like air in the system to. I do like the fire truck
  2. Rust on just the drivers side is probably from snow and salt on the shoes of the driver over the life of the car. Keep up the good work
  3. IMHO, if someone was to ask that question, I would be proud to answer yes. I’m doing 99% of the work. We all should be proud. I know I am. Dad always said to be proud of what you did on a vehicle. I work hard doing the restoration on the fire truck. I have done almost everything on it at this point and I’m proud to say so. Mike
  4. Looks good. Glad it came to life. You may want to pull the pan and clean out the sludge. Are you going to back to the yellow? Mike
  5. That’s cool. It’s always a pleasure to here your customers are happy with all your great work. Great job. Mike
  6. Just wondering if anyone has been to this? It’s the 3rd Friday and Saturday in May and September. Mike
  7. 10-15K would be my guess. The repair shop just doesn’t want to do the job in my opinion.
  8. I think I can speak for all of us that are following your progress. CONGRATS on finding the problem. Great job ! We all hope it will be a quick fix and you’ll be cruising soon. Mike
  9. Alsfarms, just saw this that might help you out. Mike
  10. John said “Bottom line is I''m having fun.....” Isn’t that the whole idea and why we do what we do? Some people think we’re all crazy. We spend a lot of time and money on our vehicles. It can be quite frustrating at times, but in the long run it’s fun. Mike
  11. Frank, it’s a 28 Gramm chassis truck that was made into a Boyer fire truck. Mike
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