Is there any fun gossip with feedback now that this unit has been on the road for awhile?
Did they not have it aligned? Is you other unit good?
I've heard mixed reviews.Is there any fun gossip with feedback now that this unit has been on the road for awhile?
The only opinion I have right now is how cheap and ugly that thing is. If you paint it copper colored and people can see inside it it, you'll get pulled over for suspicion of bootlegging moonshineDid they not have it aligned? Is you other unit good?
I've heard mixed reviews.
From your point of view, which truck mount company that services their machines has the interest in playing the long game (not preparing to sell out)Buying a new truckmount today requires faith in the company and it's distributors to sell and service the model for at least a decade out, would you agree?
With all the shifting of ownership of manufactures and suppliers these days, it's not too hard to figure out who has vested interest and the capabilities in the playing the long game.
Just like I won't buy a used motorcycle, a used truckmount is even more out of the question.
I used to get dry steam out of my Terminator built by Rich Michniak.I can dig it
I have no doubt the big and the biggest slide-ins make more than enough heat to wand any hole
I was curious what the factory failsafe temp is set at before it starts circulating or dumping excessively hot/dangerous pressure temps.
I presume it has to have those failsafes, to prevent an Albert L (?) bomb HX'er
If it's at 240-260* range, there's no way in hell anyone gets 250 to the wand
Maybe AT sets their failsafes higher???