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Well other than fact it would look hideous on the outside of the hood? Quite frankly latches always give folks lots of hints well ahead of failure. The issue is not the technology It's owners that don't take the time to learn about their rigs.

I received a crash course in EAS bladders the first couple weeks I had my first P38. Every time I got half way across the I-90 floating bridge I would hard fault. The brothers at Bigg's Automotive were the only folks that ever worked on that Rover once it was out of warranty. They explained to the second owner he was replacing compressors because he was burning them out due to leaks in in his front bags.

They explained to me how to change the assemblies and to reference the Home pages on RRnet. Greg at AB waived shipping charges. He also told me about RAVE. The assemblies arrived Thursday while I was out of town. I did a lot of reading that night. Had an early morning flight back home.had both sides done in under an hour.
 

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Considering where I live, I am Basically going to have to tool my own shop up to get things done on the P38. I do get the goal of the video even though the execution may have went astray.
 
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