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Re: Shade tree mechanics

At 05:05 PM 12/4/95 -0500, you wrote:
>> The 90Q I won't even touch any more. It took 10 minutes to figure
>> out how to get the panel off, an hour to figure out how to get it
>> back on (drive to mechanic to do it), and there is no room to swing
>> a wrench down there to get the drain plug out. *!@&^(*!@&^#(*!@^&!(@*&^#
>As I told Tess, I just left mine off.
>Say...anyone local interested in a underbelly pan? :)
>(sorta forgot to give it to the new owner of my 90.  That's OK,
>he forgot to return my registration papers)

I sorta resented it at the time, but what the feller did to my old '88 90Q
was to cut two access holes in the fairing under the engine.  One gave
relatively easy access to the filter and the other allowed access to the
drain plug.  All in all, I think it was a pretty good idea.  A couple of
minutes with a small jig saw should take care of the problems.  Take care,
don't cut a hole in the pan.  :-)

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