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Post# 172811   3/11/2012 at 00:10 (2,947 days old) by kirbyds80 (California)        

sending in my G4 and G5 for a factory rebuild, but is it worth it? I know I'll need to keep some NOS parts on hand to make the rebuild original like on the older machines that'd i'd send in too.
-Jayson





Post# 172814 , Reply# 1   3/11/2012 at 00:50 (2,947 days old) by cparman (Wylie, Texas)        

If you have the money and if I was the original owner of a Kirby I would let Kirby Co. perform the rebuild service.

Post# 172921 , Reply# 2   3/12/2012 at 09:34 (2,945 days old) by kirby (passadena md)        

first id take off the outer parts so that way it can stay oraganal ie: belt lifter, real wheels excedra email me and i can tell you how to remove the belt lifter, best of luck to you.
david kahn





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