small misc. parts available...
ethan.dicks at usap.gov
Thu Dec 20 12:11:37 CST 2007
On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 11:38:24AM -0600, Jay West wrote:
> MSD let their main line sewer backup, 10 feet downhill on the street from
> my house. So... all my upstreet neighbors sewage wound up in my basement.
Ow! That happened to me in a commercial-space basement about 20 years ago.
Unfun. In my event, I lost a 4' shelf of late 1970s/early 1980s BYTE
magazines, a Diablo 30, and a Beehive terminal (big blocky metal box,
like the ones that are under discussion here every once in a while).
> More as it becomes available...
The only cab parts I am perpetually looking for are the older backdoor
bushings - they sit on a fixed 1/4" dia post at the corner of an H960,
then allow the door skin to pivot around it. Bad ASCII art follows:
The whole thing is smaller than a grape. Some of the cabs I got back
in the day were just plain, bare cabs, no accessories whatsoever. For
some reason, I never seem to turn up any of those bushings when I go
through piles of DEC rack hardware.
Ethan Dicks, A-333-S Current South Pole Weather at 20-Dec-2007 at 18:00 Z
South Pole Station
PSC 468 Box 400 Temp -8.0 F (-22.2 C) Windchill -28.7 F (-33.7 C)
APO AP 96598 Wind 11.9 kts Grid 25 Barometer 687.8 mb (10335 ft)
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