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Old 25 Oct 2004, 10:06 am
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Hey guys! Thanks again from the bottom of heart for all the help and words of encouragement while I'm here. Makes me feel real proud to be a part of this group and a member of the US military not to mention an american. When i get back, i will be replacing the rear bumper on the PT. I was rear-ended about a month and a half before i left. I've conviced the wife to go with a smooth rollpan for a relpacement. Do any of you have a suggestion on which company i should go with for the part and how much am i looking at spending for it? Thanks guys for the help!!

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Old 25 Oct 2004, 12:34 pm
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At least you have internet access. When I was in 'Nam, mail was all there was, and that was far from every day...
Anyway - from what I've read posted, stay away from APC for fit and finish unless you want low price and are willing to add labor to get it to fit & look right.
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Old 25 Oct 2004, 12:55 pm
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Glad to hear from you airvac. Keep up the good work and we are behind you 100%
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Good to hear from you, airevac19. Take care and stay safe.

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Old 25 Oct 2004, 08:46 pm
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Yes, airvac, when I was on isolated duty in Lybia (11 Months) the only contact we had with our families was mail every two weeks. e mails weren't hardley thought of.

Keep up the good work and GIVE 'EM HE11 !!!!
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Old 26 Oct 2004, 11:17 am
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thanks guys! I've heard the same thing about APC with their bad fit and all. I was looking at the PTeazer roll pan at one point. I've only seen one or two on the road. I'm leaning towards that one unless you guys have a better one in mind?

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