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Made the stairs into a Z hitting a concrete guard rail

Fellow Seniors: What was the name for those wire/spring combination, attached to a car fender, that would sound-off when tires were close to a curb - early "parking assist"?


'92 Breakaway
Cummins 190hp, No Modifications
Allison AT542
Floor Plan 30-BS-11B
9205-3798-30BS11B
 
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Were they "curb feelers?" I remember those! (With the old wide whitewalls you had to be careful!) ROTFLMAO


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According to "Phantom K", you are correct. They were mandatory when you got a new set of Pat Boone's. Now cars park at the push of a button! Techies don't do curb feelers - just ask them. Teaching my kids parallel parking for their drivers' tests would be a lot less stressful today. head bang


'92 Breakaway
Cummins 190hp, No Modifications
Allison AT542
Floor Plan 30-BS-11B
9205-3798-30BS11B
 
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HI STEVE

thanks for the down load of the manual on the chassis . it looks super complete and i am on my way to kinko to get it printed ....old school , i know ... hope its less than $50.00 jack finn


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Hey Jack, it is good to know the link to that manual still works. If not I can copy my download to a flash drive or CD for use. It is the only one I have seen and as you found, it is pretty complete. I don't have it in print and it is a bit tedious to scan through the pages on the computer. Printed copy makes sense, hope not too pricey.

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Good luck with your coach. See you this summer.


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