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Re: RSM, how are they?
Wednesday, April 27, 2005 8:11 PM
Hey!

My kids woudl be magnificant

Ahem.




Re: RSM, how are they?
Thursday, April 28, 2005 10:15 AM
Wild Weasel wrote:

I ran all over town on Friday trying to get my hands on a belt tensioner tool so we could install my supercharger yesterday.

I didn't find one. Every place I checked that lends tools didn't have it.

I called Craig at RSM and asked if maybe I could borrow one from the shop.

Well we started off the install yesterday using a regular wrench to get the belt off but the new one sure as hell wasn't going to on that way without a major fight.

Well later in the day, guess who saunters by with a top-notch ratcheting serpentine belt tool?

Hell, that was way better than the solid ones the tool-lenders hand over. Putting the new belt on was easy as pie!

And along with letting us borrow the shop tools... something else showed up as well.

<a href="http://www.wildweasel.ca/images/cars/wm3/BlowerInstall/RSM_62mm_TB.jpg"><img src="http://www.wildweasel.ca/images/cars/wm3/BlowerInstall/RSM_62mm_TB_t.jpg"></a>

Now bear in mind that I've got a lot of stuff on my car that directly competes with a lot of the stuff they make so they've really got no reason to go out of their way to help me out. But they did, and that means a lot.

So there's my 2 cents on the topic of RSM Racing.



nice comments WW

craig(snuggles) is a cool dude , met him at SEMA last year , and him willing to help you out doesnt suprise me

and ive never seen him bad mouth the GM s/c , but give its pro's and con's , and since he owns 1 on his monte






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