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Old 09-22-2014, 02:39 PM   #15
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Heater don't work in a snow cat your in big trouble. If the circuit breaker is failing something is wrong. Hope you weren't using it as an on and off switch. They are not made for constant cycling. At least they are easy to replace.
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Old 09-22-2014, 04:13 PM   #16
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yeah, well seems to be working fine now....

will have to wait to see if it fails on a future trip....

sno-cats ??? most of the time it's too hot in there....drive them with the window wide open....unless it's blowing a gale.....

I work graveyard shift exclusively...I don't know too many people up there other than the people I work with since I don't ski anymore ...

small world though...
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Old 09-22-2014, 04:25 PM   #17
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That is a circuit breaker on top, here's the replacement (The pic shows a different value example). As inexpensive as it is I'd just find a replacement locally and replace it, it's not a real special part at all
W58-XB1A4A-5 - TE CONNECTIVITY / POTTER & BRUMFIELD W58-XB1A4A-5 - CIRCUIT BREAKER, THERMAL, 1P, 250V, 5A | Newark element14 US
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Old 09-22-2014, 05:59 PM   #18
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1986 was actually the first WC race I ever did course work on.

That poster is a real collectors item since Whistler sold off all the A nets after the Olympics, so we can not run WC Downhills on that mountain any more! They built a new much shorter DH over on the other side of the mountain but not of WC calibre although we have run National Championships on it.
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Old 09-23-2014, 12:49 AM   #19
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if it's collectors items you're interested in....

Whistler 1975...the first one...Ingemar Stenmark hoisting the trophy...Gustavo Thoni (second) looking up...forget the name of the guy who came in third.....the Weasel had one gate at the top and one gate at the bottom...that was it....the top fifteen covered that section 5-6 feet off the ground the whole way
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.....the Weasel had one gate at the top and one gate at the bottom...that was it....the top fifteen covered that section 5-6 feet off the ground the whole way
LOL yup those where the days and at pretty well every race we do these days someone will remind of us of the good old days of no air bags or netting .... usually just when we think its Miller Time and someone comes along and tells us to put in more air bags and yet another line of B nets!
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