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 on: Today at 06:15:08 PM 
Started by eagle19952 - Last post by luvrbus
The ECM is not PM but the HPOP (high pressure oil pump) for the HEUI last about 4000 hrs or 200,000 miles if you are lucky,the C-7 doesn't use the HEUI,lol Cat let International have that system

 on: Today at 03:18:27 PM 
Started by eagle19952 - Last post by eagle19952
The 3126 E was the better of the 3126's,the C7 was a good engine just the updated 3126E 

Someone told a friend that the ECM was only good for 4000 hours...and was PM item... Sad

 on: Today at 01:43:52 PM 
Started by Beesme - Last post by daddyoften
Dumb question... Is all the info you are giving for a 06 basically the same for an 07?  I have a 4107 and I'm just wondering.

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 on: Today at 10:14:09 AM 
Started by Gary Hatt - Publisher BCM - Last post by tom120
Neat that you got to see inside. Jays webcasts on youtube are very good. Even when he profiles something you have no interest in he makes it interesting. Tom

 on: Today at 10:07:19 AM 
Started by BCM Stacy - Last post by BCM Stacy
Bus Conversion Magazine has reduced the price of a bus for sale on our Online Classified Ad Page

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If you have a bus to sell, we can sell it for you. We offer Guaranteed Classified Ads starting at 1/6 page ad size for $70 for three months in our Print and Online Edition and an additional three months after that in our Online Edition only as well as up to 12 full months on our Classified Ad page on our website unless your bus sells before then.  Smaller Classified Ads start at $35 for three months but do not qualify to be added to our website.

Please note: We post these ads as a service to our readers and paid advertisers that support the magazine and website you all enjoy. This Forum does not allow individual posting of buses for sale. You are free to post your bus for sale in the Classified Ad section of our website, however for it to appear in the magazine and posted on this Forum as well, please contact Gary@BusConversions.com or call the office at (657) 221-0432.

 on: Today at 09:38:04 AM 
Started by peterbylt - Last post by CrabbyMilton
Looks nice. Noise might be an issue but if one is making just short trips or if it's stationary more often than not, it may be a good buy. Then again, class A and C motorhomes have the engine in front.
Slip a FORD V10 in and then you have a nice smooth engine.

 on: Today at 09:20:20 AM 
Started by peterbylt - Last post by Utahclaimjumper
 That was the main problem with the early "birds", so noisey you can't hear speech above 35 MPH and NO storage unless on the roof.>>>Dan

 on: Today at 09:17:16 AM 
Started by Beesme - Last post by Beesme
I talked with Luke he advised lowering coach position some , It helped tremendously ... I still have a lil but not nearly as bad . I will check back air valves and hardware also . Thanx for all the advice!

 on: Today at 08:59:01 AM 
Started by Beesme - Last post by OneLapper
I had the same rocking side to side motion on my 4106 when I purchased it.  The two rear height control valve links were egged out, causing it to flop to one side while the other side's air bag deflated, then it would flop to the deflated side..... over and over.

New delayed action valves and links solved the problem.

Also, ditto on positive caster.  4106 needs lot's of it especially if it has power steering.  The specs in the manual are for manual steering, not full power steering.

 on: Today at 08:09:22 AM 
Started by scanzel - Last post by Dave5Cs
Here the channel track at CW and the slide hooks that go in them we used. Wife made heavy curtains with lining and we used curtain hooks to hook them to those. They pull back like Dons and she made a strape with velcro strips that I screwd to the rear of the door post. We pull them back when not using them and velco them in place. There are two panels that meet in the middle again with velco and they over lap 4 inches. They help keep heat out as well as complete privacy at night.



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