replacing the pitman arm, but that had been two months ago. It shouldn’t be that wet, if at all.
The brakes hadn’t seemed the least bit mushy, but the fluid was down a little. I added more. The steering hadn’t seemed any different, yet the fluid was low. I didn’t have any to add. Luckily, I was near good old Ernie’s Garage.
As before, there was no charge for the diagnostic work.
From now on, my life with the Rolling Steel Tent might be a series of these little repairs. I can live with that until the engine or transmission dies. With luck, that won't be for a few years.
This might be an appropriate time to remind my readers of the donation button above. Help keep the Steel Tent rolling.