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Has anyone had experience making any steering box adjustments? I have about a 1:00 to 3:00 play in my steering wheel on my 87 Honey and driving long distances lets just say it can be tiring. All of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by david craft Dec 30, 2014.

 

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City and State where you are located. Do not use zip code, you know what it means but it means nothing to the rest of us.
Maine
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Restoring a 1987 Ford Honey M-2629 motorhome while enjoying camping in New England.
We live in a 38'ft Landmark Grand Canyon full time that said if we are not camping in our 1987 Honey.
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The older you get the classics are much more appreciated!
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At 1:06pm on March 5, 2014, Dale and Lynne Park said…

Hi Marlon - What a lovely set-up you have.  It looks like a wonderful way to live.  Do you have any issues with local regulations or permits?  We live in a very rural area in California and your arrangements would not be allowed here under any circumstances no matter how large or isolated the property.   You could get away with it as long as no one complains, but someone ALWAYS complains.  Anyway, job well done and it looks like a high-end resort.  Enjoy!!

At 7:34pm on March 4, 2014, Pat Daly said…

Ah, that's how you did it. very inventive and if it works in Maines cold weather it will be great elsewhere too.  thanks for sharing this...

At 9:49pm on December 10, 2011, William Briggs said…

Welcome to the site, Marlon. We would love to see pics of your restoration!

 
 
 

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