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 on: March 04, 2015, 09:07:44 AM 
Started by Mike in GA - Last post by Mike in GA
I'll have to go up to the staorage yard and check for the 'keeper' you mention - what does it look like?
Mike in GA

 on: March 04, 2015, 08:51:17 AM 
Started by BlueScarecrow - Last post by BlueScarecrow
Thanks Cliff!!!!

 on: March 04, 2015, 08:16:09 AM 
Started by Mike in GA - Last post by luvrbus
There is a tool to put those back together with but with 4 hands you can compress it and install back ? did you lose the keeper

 on: March 04, 2015, 08:02:57 AM 
Started by Mike in GA - Last post by Mike in GA
I have a DD 8v92 TA. Three weeks ago I lost the left hand pipe that feeds from the exhaust manifold up to the turbo, and lost half my boost. It had rusted out around the upper flange. Fortunately another pipe was located nearby, quickly installed, and all was well.
Yesterday I was cruising along doing 70 and noticed a sudden increase in exhaust noise. No loss of boost or power. Upon examination I found that the outflow pipe from the turbo to the muffler pipe had pulled free. It seems to have two or three piston-type rings remaining on the turbo attachment point, as part of the joint. Is there a technique for reattaching this? Not your usual spring clamp I see on many exhaust connections.
Any advice or insight would be appreciated!
Mike i GA

 on: March 04, 2015, 07:00:03 AM 
Started by BlueScarecrow - Last post by luvrbus
There is another outfit in Phoenix that has some sharp guys on AC I use Arizona Mobile Air 602-233-0090

 on: March 04, 2015, 06:51:07 AM 
Started by Fredward - Last post by joel_newton
Thanks for the heads-up.  Will spec slide width and length and fabricate mounts myself.  This should insure best access and ventilation.

 on: March 04, 2015, 05:41:54 AM 
Started by Haroldboy - Last post by Seangie
Wait as long as you can to buy.  A lot of the fun is in looking.  Know its going to take either (as others have said) a lot of time or a lot of money.  I think we took about a year to buy and wish we had waited longer.  We are very happy with our bus but we still see some great buses for sale that cross our path and we often think about upgrading Smiley

Be careful when you buy.  Make sure you have someone besides yourself look at it for you.  We have found that there are lots of hidden things you cannot see that only an experienced bus person would know to ask about.


 on: March 04, 2015, 05:21:18 AM 
Started by Fredward - Last post by wg4t50
Be careful, some of these units only have access to oil filter etc. from the bottom, so beware when designing the perfect mount.
Dave M

 on: March 04, 2015, 05:00:40 AM 
Started by Fredward - Last post by rip
I had them made from someone on this board,however that was over ten years ago and don't remember his name. If I remember right the cost was around $300.00

 on: March 04, 2015, 04:59:58 AM 
Started by BlueScarecrow - Last post by chessie4905
    You should be able to drill the holes and tap them yourself. It is not that difficult. You can do the indexing with a divider and play with the setting till you have the 5 hole marks equidistant from each other. That is how we did ours.

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