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  • 60Lark
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    Praying for a quick and painless fix with a speedy recovery !!!

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  • FlatheadGeo
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    Prayers have been restarted!!!!

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  • gohdes
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    wow, finally got to meet Jim at the international meet in Springfield in June, and what a nice guy! He helped me my diagnose my carb problem. Speedy Recovery to you Jim!

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  • BobPalma
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    Monday, Labor Day 2011:

    Phooey: Jim missed a shift and wound up in reverse!

    This just in from Peter Wendt:

    I spoke with Cindy last night and she asked that I let you know that, after being released last Wednesday afternoon with a monitor for his heart, Jim was at home resting when, on Friday evening, the monitor went off repeatedly!

    911 was called, the paramedics responded and Jim was returned to the Cardiac ICU unit at Froedtert Hospital.

    They've got his heart under control and are monitoring his status. He is being scheduled for additional tests tomorrow to try to determine the root cause of his arrhythmia.

    Cindy doesn’t know how long Jim will be in the hospital, but will let me know what happens. The return to the hospital and waiting for testing results has been tough on Jim, who generally has the answer on the spot!

    Take care; Jim; prayers resume post haste! BP

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  • studeski
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    Jim called last night. Sounds fine. He's wired with monitors. Offered a car for sale. He'll be fine.

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  • Deaf Mute
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    I talked to Jim this afternoon.... he sounded a bit tired and he needs R&R and he needs to slow down a bit......
    Let's keep him & Cindy in our prayers (can you imagine what it would be like having him couped up in the house all day?).

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  • BobPalma
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    Jim Pepper has returned home in good shape; just tired.

    'Taking a few days R&R, he reported. BP

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  • comatus
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    "a report from someone on the ground."

    He said "shorts and opens," not a ground! Next I suppose you'll be blaming his battery hold down and hood latch. I know how you are.

    I'm not going to be the guy who mentions Harley engineering and arrhythmia in the same sentence. Somebody else will have to do that. That would be too much like kicking a guy when he's potatopotatopotatopotato...

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  • 64 Challenger
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    I just went through the same thing, had an Ablation done, they found 4 stray electrical paths in my heart. If Jim has the same thing done he should feel FINE! Prayers for a speedy recovery.

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  • BobPalma
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    Originally posted by studeski View Post
    Saw Jim last night. He was in good spirits. As mentioned cath lab showed no blockages. Had an MRI. He was scheduled for a procedure right after I left. I think they were going to check his wiring harness for shorts and opens
    Thanks, Claude; 'good to have a report from someone on the ground. BP

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  • studeski
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    Saw Jim last night. He was in good spirits. As mentioned cath lab showed no blockages. Had an MRI. He was scheduled for a procedure right after I left. I think they were going to check his wiring harness for shorts and opens

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  • Deaf Mute
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    Do you suppose Harley is going to take over and start building Avanti's and it was announced at that meeting?
    That could have kicked Jim's heart to 265..... must be a new smaller engine or it would have been up to 289.

    SERIOUSLY, Jim & Cindy are in our prayers here in Iowa.

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  • COMMANDERPINK1
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    Take care Jim and get well quick
    Tom

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  • Colgate Studebaker
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    Wow, what unsettling news. Knowing Jim and Cindy well, I wish the best results for him. If there's anything I can do for you two, let me know. I'll try to get in touch and also pass the word along, as I'm sure Claude will also. Bill.

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  • 57 Classic
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    My prayers are with him. I echo what was said above about it being controlled. If it is the kind that can be solved by the out patient procedure that works well. My spouse had that done last year and it has been fine since then. Jim and Cindy are great folk.
    Brian Millette

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