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bafield@kos.net>

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I would think that with such a large order pending Lo-Can would be able to
handle, at a minimum charge, the taking of orders and arranging the shipment.
This would probably make it easier for them and certainly take the load off
Brian's back. Just a suggestion!
Dave Field ( spending the winter in Vancouver BC - if there are any Amphi
club members here give me a call at 604 261-5445)
 
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tommyintpa@aol.com

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<font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2">In a message dated 11/21/01 12:31:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, bafield@kos.net writes:





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handle, at a minimum charge, the taking of orders and arranging the shipment.
This would probably make it easier for them and certainly take the load off
Brian's back. Just a suggestion!

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Dave, Brian, everybody - These guys are in the windshield making, crating and shipping business. Let them do what they do everyday.

Brian if you want real problems, then receive all those windshields and try to repack and reship them. They are flat in the middle and that makes them break super easy. Try to have them do <u>all</u> the crating for you, even the ones you are going to reship should come to you in there own crates. You can receive three or four crates it is the same cost, the truck lines charge by the pound not the piece. If you think it is hard for them to crate the windshields, they do it everyday, just wait until you try to do it. Just a suggestion! Tommy in Tampa</font>
 
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B Crombie

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<font face="Arial" size="2">Tommy,</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2">Lo-Can will drop ship multiple crates to any address I give them as long as it is a commercial address. I'll never even see them. Fear not my friend. It's under control!</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">More later!</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">Brian</font>
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Dave, Brian, everybody - These guys are in the windshield making, crating and shipping business. Let them do what they do everyday.
Brian if you want real problems, then receive all those windshields and try to repack and reship them. </font>

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tazman3115@aol.com

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Per Brian's request, a winshield update. The windshield was installed by a
local company with many years experience. The new Gordon windshield rubber
gasket fit great, looks like the original and the guys at the shop had no
problem with the installation. The wife and I are very happy with the glass
and the gasket.
How much Amsoil do I need for refilling the amphitrans?
Think spring ! After hearing so many water stories I just can not wait
to get
Prescription For Fun into the water. Chuck in frosty MI


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