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    Hobart clean-up

    I changed the oil, cleaned and painted this unit for a customer.
    http://picasaweb.google.com/Jimsue13...eat=directlink

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    Nice and clean! The better the outside of the equipment looks, the more respect the users have for it. Well most of the time anyway...
    I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall

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    Yes, a business owner has to rely on his or her help to take care of the equipment, if it looks nice, (maybe) they will treat it better.
    It took me a couple of extra hours I did not charge my customer for, but I have found through the years that that time will pay off for me in the long run.

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    Good work
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Thank you, my friend.
    I delivered it today, the guy that uses it was amazed that it was so nice now. The Chef gave me the blade and attachment that goes on it and asked if I could sharpen it and work it over. I sharpened the blade and returned it to him just an hour and a half later. Had to fight rush-hour traffic the 8 miles home, but service is what I sell.
    I will contact General Parts here in K.C to see if I can get him a 1/4" die for his cheeses, or meats.

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    Amazing what some TLC can do for a piece of equipment. Looks great.

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    Thank you, I appreciate it.

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    WOW. you have the detail of a serial killer. impressive.

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    I think it's just a sign of no personal life......

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    actually, it shows you take pride in what you do. a rare thing these days.

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    Looks Good... just a tip that I use, I use Auto-body filler on the dents and chips. Saves alot of time in sanding and OEM paint
    If your not part of the solution, You must be part of the problem

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    Thank you, I will file that away for use in the future.

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