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 on: August 30, 2014, 11:33:23 PM 
Started by NewbeeMC9 - Last post by TomC
It is a GMC Fish Bowl. It has a 6 piece curved windshield, and the tear drop window behind the driver's seat. If it were a Flx, the front windshields would be flat pane glass. Good Luck, TomC

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 on: August 30, 2014, 11:31:10 PM 
Started by cloudy7282@bellsouth.net - Last post by TomC
I have a two motor setup, but both motors are operated from one switch that keeps them synchronized. Goes from adjustable intermittant, to slow speed to fast speed. Push the button for wash. All in one control button. Good Luck, TomC

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 on: August 30, 2014, 11:28:35 PM 
Started by Skykingrob - Last post by TomC
I have three 13.5btu roof airs. The front one is close to the driver's seat-so it blows down right on me when driving. I also have a 12v fan on the dash that is pointed right at me. I have yet to be hot when driving. Good Luck, TomC

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 on: August 30, 2014, 09:06:30 PM 
Started by oldfordlover36 - Last post by Nick Badame Refrig/ACC
Hi oldfordlover36,

I used aluminum Eagle moldings on my 102c3 when I reskinned it. It's a neat look!

I purchaced the moldings from IBP, (international bus products) out of Alpopka Fl.

Good Luck
Nick-

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 on: August 30, 2014, 09:01:26 PM 
Started by Skykingrob - Last post by Nick Badame Refrig/ACC
Hi Rob,

Even if you could hook into a mini split compressor, (your evap would have to communicate with main board)
the mini split compressor would have to be pretty large to give you any cooling in drivers area..

A standard car's a/c compressor is equivalent to 4 to 5 tons of capacity so a mini split wouldn't do much while
driving down the highway.

I would still advise you to install an engine driven compressor to match up with your drivers evaporator.

Nick-

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 on: August 30, 2014, 08:54:48 PM 
Started by Skykingrob - Last post by Oonrahnjay
  Still thinking about the diver's a/c situation. Wondering if compressor side of one of the mini splits could be coupled to my bus evaporator. My driver's a/c evaporator is by MCC in Ohio and is rated, according to Prevost at 45K a/c. What do you a/c guys think? Is it possible?

Rob
91 Prevost
Missouri

     The only mini-split I've looked at is 120V (for obvious reasons), and they're rated about 12-14K.  I'd think that the mis-match would be way too much (but I don't know).

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 on: August 30, 2014, 08:42:58 PM 
Started by bcbusman - Last post by bcbusman
I'm in Vancouver BC, that would be awesome. Thank you

 8 
 on: August 30, 2014, 07:50:06 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by Nineforever
Here is what i roll with    Speaker LED High & Low and Rigid LED Light Bar  works great

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 on: August 30, 2014, 07:37:56 PM 
Started by Skykingrob - Last post by Skykingrob
Still thinking about the diver's a/c situation. Wondering if compressor side of one of the mini splits could be coupled to my bus evaporator. My driver's a/c evaporator is by MCC in Ohio and is rated, according to Prevost at 45K a/c. What do you a/c guys think? Is it possible?

Rob
91 Prevost
Missouri

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 on: August 30, 2014, 07:27:46 PM 
Started by Dave5Cs - Last post by oltrunt
Redding is in a beautiful area.  I spent a couple of days there (in a Motel 6) with runs into Oregon while searching for a bus to buy.  Now that I have a bus I'd like to make a return visit but not at 6.  Where did you camp and how was it?  Thanks Jack

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