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LundMachineWorks said:Then you can spend more more to have the bolts taken out of the tubesheet and rivets put back in, or be a feature on CNN!
Michael,Michael Schlag said:Well I can't help but coment here, I recently had a nice 30 hp Case portable for sale on ebay, Colin was even nice enough to post a thread with a link- Thank you Colin!
Mark Jordan felt it was his place to "critique " the fact that HE saw no recent signs of a ultrasound- don't recall him emailing that question to me?
Just felt he ought to "warn" folks- you never know- I could have Taken advantage of someone! Well the truth was, the boiler WAS uted before I bought it, I had several very nice offers and inquiries from "across the pond"
After listening to the lot of you gossiping old hens, why do you think one might think about selling "across the pond"? Might just want to go back and look at a few of your posts. There was a thread awhile back about lack of respect for inspections as I recall, well here is a whole new lack of resect.
From a inspector------------- a quote-----------
"I'll post for the uninitiated to read.......
I see NO evidence of any ultrasound test. As many of you experienced heads out there know, you must make a "clean spot" by using a grinder with an abrasive disk to make a spot about the size of a dime for the ultrasound probe to get a good reading. Also, there would be "couplant" residue at these points. I see nothing. Nada. Thus, I claim no ultrasound in the recent past. Buyer beware. Good luck."
So if you wonder WHY sellers may "sell across the pond" it might be attitude!
Something to think about!