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Old 01-18-2010, 06:04 AM   #1
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Duo-Therm furnace

I have a 1987 Air Stream 345 motor home. My heat exchange is cracked in several places. I NEED to replace it. What will fit. I was looking at a NT-30SP. Will this work or do I have to do a lot of modification to the moho?

Anyone need part off of the Duo-Therm? It ran good just the heat exchange is shot.
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