Thursday, August 23, 2012


The mother of invention. The management of twenty seven holes of golf and a large fleet of equipment means that stuff is gonna break. The larger the fleet, the more common breakdowns are. We rarely drive equipment on smooth roads, most of the time, equipment is bounding down the rough and over cart paths. Imagine driving you car through a field.
We do our best to properly repair equipment, but once in a while, we cannot tolerate any downtime. When a breakdown occurs and a piece of equipment is essential, a temporary repair is necessary. Such is this case.
I needed this blower. A weld had broke that mounts the throttle actuator. My first thought was to unhook the actuator and go manual. After a quick examination, I thought I could get away with some zip ties and duct tape. Two minutes later, functional blower!
Back in business,

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