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Old 05-10-2008, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default Want to install new VHF

:? Ok I am installing a new VHF in to my 2400 SCR and while i understand basic electronics, I am stuck. I have to take the darn steeringwheel off in order to take out the old one and install the new. I have taken the hub screw off, and now i don't know what to do.

BTW, The faucets are coming together nicely, and the fridge is just waiting for me to do the resized cutout but the power works and i have running water, and a shower that works. Of course now i am also working on dewinterizing the water system since this is the first time that the system has been on this year......
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Old 05-10-2008, 01:20 AM   #2
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:roll: ok now i have got it, i need a steering wheel puller. WOW sometimes i scare myself. I guess i wasn't thinking! I will get to it tomorrow.
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