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Going in for surgery

I have major surgery tomorrow. Any orders placed from now until a couple of days after I get home, will not be shipped until about the 3rd day. I may be in the hospital for 3-7 days, thus orders may be unprocessed until about April1-4 depending on when I get back home. At that, I will be on a no lifting order for 6-8 weeks, but I can coach my wife to get the orders ready and to ship them.

Thank you for your patience in this matter.

5 thoughts on “Going in for surgery

  1. Hope the surgery went well. Dave I inquired a year ago on Maple Trader about a 3ft cast iron stack base casting. I just now noticed you may have had the casting I need. My casting has continued to deteriorate. I am reaching out to you on the chance that you might have it yet. Please Advise. Thank You

    1. Sorry, when I sold my evaporator, the new owner took that too. I’ll check this summer, to see if he wants to sell it. It’s really of no use to him unless he builds a new arch and I doubt that’s going to happen. Send me a reminder in May or June and I’ll check. Right now I’m recovering from surgery and my contact there had surgery 2 days ago. My recovery is likely late may, his will be even longer.
      If he’ll sell it, it’s in great shape, some surface rust but very solid. To remind me my email is
      Good luck.

  2. Hope all goes well and God bless.

  3. Dave, I hope you are recovering . I have a Deer Run 250 and have read in Maple Trader that you installed a Wayne PLS100 1 HP pump to increase supply pressure. Did you remove the existing pump or just use the Wayne pump in line? What should I expect to gain by adding that pump? I also thank you for sending me your re written manual for my Deer Run. Thanks, Brian Hughes

    1. I connected mine inline in the supply hose, I got about 70-80 PSI and it increased my flow about 5-7% I think. It was so long since I ran it without the Wayne pump I’m not sure exactly. I ran it with the Wayne pump at least 7-8 years.
      Good luck, Dave

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