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chris_skeeles

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To you professional types it is a walk in the park. For us amateurs
it is a task filled with uncertainties. I am talking about replacing
wheel bearings, of which I just replaced my front driver and will
attack the passenger next. New bearings, races and seals. Simple!

Thanks to Dave Chapman and Mike Israel for giving me the answers when
I had questions.

As we all know, owning an Amphicar is not like owning any other car.
One must not be afraid to maintain the vehicle regularly, even if it
means teaching an old dog a new trick. I am a CEO of a computer
related company, not a mechanic, but since owning my amphicar my tool
collection has grown from a pair of bent pliers and a crooked
screwdriver to grease guns, air compressors, hydraulic jacks and 1001
peice socket sets. But my most valuable tool is YOU, the fellow
amphicar owner who is willing to share your knowledge with us all.

Thank you list members.

Chris "smooth rolling" Skeeles
63 Red Amphicar
 

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