GT 16 Engine Surge
Posted April 13, 2017 - 05:30 AM
Posted April 13, 2017 - 06:29 AM
so then that has become the "normal service" routine? see we were ahead of our time in doing so....
planned obsolescence? idiot switch system goes bad, customer trades machine on a new one, company makes sale....
Posted April 13, 2017 - 08:41 AM
If you think about it, 30-40 years is a good lifespan for a circuit board of 70's technology. Local dealership told me that most times they are bypassed on the ones they service.
I agree. All but one of my Elec-Traks still has the original wiring/controls, and it's 95% original. It always amazes me that they still run so well. It's impressive that the wiring/insulation is in such good shape also. I've seen some insulation on some newer wires start to get sticky after a while. I'm curious to see how well the stuff today looks in 30-40 years. Hopefully I'm around to see it!
- shorty said thank you