sidewinder motor change out
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  1. #1
    whats up guys this is my first post, im a 23 year old 5th year appren at lu725. i did this job a few months ago as a 4th year and the lead man on the job. heres some pics
    Bldg in miami

    [IMG]http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid139/p92d29779906b816ea56b05d06445f5ff/f70c8def.jpg[IMG]

  2. #2
    [IMG]http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid139/p670306c6f1521d5a55fe545150a490c2/f70c8de5.jpg.orig.jpg[IMG]

  3. #3
    once i figure out how to post pics i will, sorry fellas

  4. #4
    {img}http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid139/p92d29779906b816ea56b05d06445f5ff/f70c8def.jpg.orig.jpg{img}

  5. #5
    Join Date
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    img in [] then filename location then close with /img in []





    [Edited by BaldLoonie on 09-12-2004 at 12:09 AM]

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  7. #7
    motor almost out


  8. #8
    heavy as hell motor ready to go




  9. #9
    THis is a pcv machine(smaller than cvha) But its still got the old control panel






  10. #10
    When it was time to start her back up it was scary but everything worked out well.

  11. #11
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
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    The pics I can see look good. Im a 29 year old 2nd year apprentice in Washington, D.C., Steamfitters Local Union 602. Looks like your almost out of your time. Keep up the good work

  12. #12
    thanks man, i dont know why the other pics arent working

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