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Old 04-28-2013, 09:32 AM
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For the money, it seems a no-brainer, as there must be thousands of those 573's out there, still working, even as they're retired and replaced.
Mostly 573A's Boots. Not as many 573DL's.

Fimco picked up a 573A for a few hundred or so, he showed it to me when he was on his RM factory tour trip a couple years back. The difference in the 2 units was nite and day.
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:46 PM
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Jim, I'll be interested to hear how you fare with the GFL3000. I have one and really haven't had a lot of success with it. I don't know if I'm doing it wrong or if it's got some fault in it.
Make sure and verify that the needle kick is going in the right direction. My unit had an internal wiring problem that caused a reverse kick as you approached the fault and a forward kick as you passed it. Luckily I was experienced enough to recognize the problem and correct the internal wiring error.
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Make sure and verify that the needle kick is going in the right direction. My unit had an internal wiring problem that caused a reverse kick as you approached the fault and a forward kick as you passed it. Luckily I was experienced enough to recognize the problem and correct the internal wiring error.
And that my friend is one of the many reasons you are my hero!
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