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  1. rey_gomez
    Saw your post about the rollers for the rear of the interstate, which I happened to have one and was wondering if you have the info as to where can I get a pair of those rollers for the same application.
    Kind Regards !!!
  2. gcarter
    10-11-2020 03:53 PM
    Saw your post about a diesel fired cab heater for your sprinter. My current MH is '92 30' Barth. Anyway the unit was built with the expensive Espar. It went bat and I could buy a cheap chinese knock off for a fraction of the price to replace it. (Now availabe for $100) on ebay. Anyway it very quite. But then we only run it on the losest setting. The only thing we don't like is lack of thermostat. The control is more like your cooking stove. Set it for the temp you want. The reason is power. It takes a fairly high amp drow to start it due the glow plug and due to our boondocking almost all the time we do not want that. So we just open bed room window if it get to warm. Good luck. If you need more just contact me.
  3. Hamann63
    04-22-2020 03:00 PM
    Good Afternoon. I saw your post about Bus Kote a few years back. Do you have any updates on how that has been holding up? Are you getting any "chalking" with it?

    Thank you,
  4. BTU
    07-08-2019 09:10 PM
    Sorry to trouble you, I like your idea of suspending the water pump from the shelf. It's cleaner than my method of building a shelf over the pump & plumbing. I also like the idea of hinging or configuring the end panel to be removed. The reason I sent you a PM is I'm curious what is the gizmo in your picture that is attached over the switches. Appears to be aluminum tube with a latch to secure it.

    My latest upfit was a installing acrylic counter tops and a recessed stove top. Changed the whole appearance of the cabin.
  5. wkk5dl
    05-13-2018 05:38 PM
    We're about to take a bucket list odyssey from Louisiana to Alaska. We've never used the heating mode in our coach. When I switch from cool to heat, is the A/C unit a heat pump? Or is there a heat strip in it? Or will it automatically fire the propane furnace?

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