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    I seem to be needing part numbers lately, but heres another. I know the numbers for the door rings for the humpys are LL300-005 and 006, but the book does not specify which is which. Does anyone know which is which? I only need the RH ring.
    Thanks!
    Bob

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    Bob Lifeless I'm sorry long warrentis thier weldments for "life" If you bought them after market than the odd number should be the odd machine. I have a book at work and I will check tommarow and see for sure. Later Chief

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      I thought they only warrantied the belts for life. Thanks for the info Chief.
      Bob

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        THATS A DOUBLE LOAD OF BULLS*IT
        DEFINITION OF MANAGER IN THE 21ST CENTURY: (ADULT BABYSITTER)

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          I was going to type something but I'm not going to.
          SGT
          U.S. Army/AVN
          Retired

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            10 Year Pro Rated Warranty ARGHHHHHHHHHH!

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