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#2413721 - 12/05/17 03:41 PM AirGrabber Actuator?
RJS Offline
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I bought a new Actuator from Pg Classic's last week and it lasted two days.

Now I'm not here to bash them because they already sent me an RMA # to return for refund or exchange.
The real question is should I get another from them or are they know to fail quickly??

Any other resource for these??

Thanks Ron

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#2413807 - 12/05/17 05:39 PM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: RJS]
flypaper Offline
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having Wilson restore your old one might be a better option???


http://www.n96airgrabber.com/
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#2413875 - 12/05/17 07:45 PM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: flypaper]
RJS Offline
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Thanks I'll have to talk to him, problem for me though is my actuator is a headlight actuator so hose nipples are bigger and rear one is in a different place.
Ron

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#2414285 - 12/06/17 02:03 PM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: RJS]
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Originally Posted By RJS
Thanks I'll have to talk to him, problem for me though is my actuator is a headlight actuator so hose nipples are bigger and rear one is in a different place.
Ron


Thanks Fly!!! I spoke with him and my actuator is on it's way to him. He can clock it correctly and install smaller nipples for the hoses. Also he can put a pin in the shaft as opposed to the hole it has now.
Ron

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#2414468 - 12/06/17 08:25 PM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: RJS]
flypaper Offline
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i have to send mine out to him someday soon when i get to it.
i have bought a few bits from him in the past
with no issues.
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#2414475 - 12/06/17 08:37 PM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: RJS]
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Wilson is the man for A/G stuff.
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#2414646 - 12/07/17 09:44 AM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: moparmarks]
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Originally Posted By moparmarks
Wilson is the man for A/G stuff.




Agreed, Wilson has been doing the AG stuff for quite some time now, he's your go to guy! never had any issues with his products or work, highly recommended for those that need AG stuff/solutions

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#2414669 - 12/07/17 10:30 AM Re: AirGrabber Actuator? [Re: RJS]
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Yep. He makes the hot air door, brackets, springs and correct bubble studs all USA made. Been rebuilding actuators for years. Can convert the Charger head light actuators to the A/G ones as he is doing for the OP. Also can fix broken switches.
Also makes a killer meatball dinner.
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Desert Mopar Metal
Grand Jct. CO
970-261-7039
http://moparmark.com/
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