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Hi, were to start.

Cory Nguyen

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Hi to all, I'm not new the industry.  I am however just not that experienced.  I know my common sense and practice will help me.  I pretty much grew up in a salvage yard.  Angelini & Groff.  My pop(grandpa)  and his brother started in umpteen years ago.  I rod around with him a couple years when I was a kid(around 5-7).  Best memories of my life pretty much.  This has been something I have always wanted to do. So I am doing it.  I have been in the auto industry all my life so far(43 now). Repair shops, body shops, transmission shops, dealers, and salvage yards.  At 25 I quit working for people.  I just don't get along.  And started my own repair shop.  It has been going alright, I just wanted something more.  A friend of the family who purchased a salvage yard(Gunzenhauser's) sold the yard and just towed.  He is now 82 and still towing.  He sold me his 79 f350 with a Holmes 1100 Trooper, and manual wheel lift, and his 89 dodge d350 Cummins with an original American Wheel lift system(Eagle Claw).  I do have a 1990 Weldbilt Ramrod II( its not mounted to anything at the moment).   That is me for now.  The were to start part.  Were would I find info on my Eagle claw, or ask about it.   I believe Miller won't have anything for what I need.  I need very specific info.  I have lots of accessories for mine.  It took me about an hour to figure out what they all went to.  Today by accident, I found the dang manual.  I am missing a set of forks, no biggie there, a wrench not at the moment.  The other piece I really want is the bumper outriggers, for side pulling.  Hopefully someone has one with this optioned.  Thanks all.

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