[rescue] What a load of...

Lionel Peterson lionel4287 at verizon.net
Wed Sep 26 11:41:16 CDT 2007

>From: Dan Sikorski <me at dansikorski.com>
>Date: 2007/09/26 Wed AM 10:04:45 CDT
>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Subject: Re: [rescue] What a load of...

>Lucyen Arnett Gabbard wrote:
>> For the rescue of computers, I have an 86 Volvo 740 station wagon... the
>> "anti-wiplash" headrests help keep macro-particulate matter from polluting my
>> craniasphere.  One can also purchase "overload coils" for the rear suspension
>> that are stiffer for carrying heavier loads.
>For those that are of normal height, that's probably fine.  for those of 
>us who are taller, the headrest only protects the neck.  In that jeep, 
>my head touched the roof when i drove.  A PC, or anything else in the 
>back of the car would have easily fell to the ceiling and slid up to the 
>front of the car.  I had repeatedly said that if i ever flipped that 
>thing that i wouldn't walk away, I'm glad i was wrong on that one.

For really big hauls, I have decided a long time ago that I will either invest the $100 and rent a cargo van with unlimited miles, or I won't do it.

When I first got the large collection of systems (maybe 40+, including an E450 "carcass" and about a dozen unipacks) I rented a van, and it worked out well...

This was more systems than I would normally put in my car...


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