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Hi y'all!-63 Gruman Conversion
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Noob here, thought an introduction might be the thing to do! My machine is one I've often thought of building, and then one fell into my lap a couple years ago, a Grumman Kurbmaster. Mine is a 1963…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by 16epjfakmano0 Jul 4, 2011.

 

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My new{ish} camper

Picked up a camper, hope it is "old" enough! 1989 Skamper by Dutchman, model 1850T. Had a price I couldnt refuse, but the round trip from SC to OH did add some expense. Slapped a set of new tires on it, checked the bearings and added grease, and off I went! Slow trip, trailer wanted to sway at 60mph, so I stuck to 58-59. That can be tough on I-77!

Got it home, made a few rot repairs. AC and heat strip work, hadnt checked the propane furnace yet. Water pump spins up, but I…

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Posted on April 15, 2014 at 6:48pm

Y'all be careful out there! {wrecked my old RV!}

I wrecked my RV on the 16th, and it is on its way to becoming beer cans now! One less 1963 Grumman Kurbmaster on the road.

For the second time, I had wheel studs snap and lost one side of the dually rear end. After the first, which I got away with by the grace of God, I replace all the rear wheel components. New drums, new studs pressed in, new brake pads and cylinders while I was in there.

Never knew what broke them the first time, and I dont know what broke…

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Posted on February 2, 2014 at 4:25pm — 3 Comments

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At 7:32pm on April 15, 2014, Andrew Smith said…
Thanks for the comment and the info. Sorry to hear about your Kurbmaster,but glad you were ok. Any ideas you have would be greatly appreciated. I am handy, but new to this kind of project. The picture on my blog is my inspiration, and hopefully mine will look similar. They are great vehicles and really sturdy. I will definitely check the stud, frequently!
 
 
 

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