Re: New pedder

Moped Lar (OFMC) /
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Hi Trudy, thanks for welcoming me to the titanium club. I actually have a titanium screw in my right foot, titanium plates, rods and screws in my lower spine and now a titanium left knee. I can already tell this is gonna be a long process to get back to some degree of normalcy. I’ve been doing the PT as I have been instructed. I hate it, but I don’t really have any other choice other than suffering for the next 20 years.

BTW...My wife has the same exact model and color Puch Maxi Luxe. We’ve owned it for over 18 years and love it.

Good luck with your Puch!

> Trudy Fair Wrote:

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> Moped Lar - Allow me to welcome you to the

>

> titanium club - joint replacements are the best !!

>

> I'm new to this army as well although I grew up in the Air Force. The

> real Air force. You may need to acquire a Sons of Arthritis t-shirt, in

> honor of your recent titanium acquisition. Here's my dilemma for the

> Army : My 78 Puch Maxi Luxe idles pretty high and doesn't return to idle

> by it's little eggplant purple self. It's 113 outside today with the

> heat index - so I may not get out there this afternoon, but who amongst

> us knows about the cable / and or / spring and / or throttle and how to

> make the grip return on it's own ?????

>

> ( ps. Be sure and do your PT exactly like they tell you and you'll be

> better than new in no time !! )

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