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 on: December 21, 2014, 04:46:02 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by eagle19952
where ?...I'm not seeing it....

 on: December 21, 2014, 04:38:47 PM 
Started by B_K - Last post by LuckyChow
That's a good looking bus.  If I was a looking, I'd be calling this guy.

 on: December 21, 2014, 04:15:22 PM 
Started by B_K - Last post by luvrbus
That should be a good bus it's a X NJT model 20 but it's not going to be 45 ft or a 8V92 it has a lot of features not found in a average Eagle some good some not good I hate the front cap and bumpers

 on: December 21, 2014, 04:10:42 PM 
Started by luvrbus - Last post by sparkplug188
Sounds like a good idea.  Just be aware of how the bay lighting will be affected by the drawers.  Some LED lights inside and underneath the drawers may be something to consider.

- Spark

 on: December 21, 2014, 04:06:07 PM 
Started by B_K - Last post by B_K

I have no connection to this ! I just found the listing near me and thought I'd pass it on!
Grin  BK  Grin

 on: December 21, 2014, 04:01:52 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by belfert
I was just looking at diesel prices and I see Texas has diesel for $2.29 or less per gallon.  That is what we pay for gasoline here in Minnesota!  The cheapest diesel up here is $3.19 at three stations and then the prices jump to $3.49 or more at the rest of the stations. 

I would be planning a bus trip somewhere if I could get diesel for $2.29 a gallon.  I'm hoping diesel is still comparatively cheap by next fall, but not planning on it.

 on: December 21, 2014, 03:52:21 PM 
Started by luvrbus - Last post by kyle4501
I have one of those & was planning on putting it on the bay floor because the top is so sturdy, it could take the weight of stuff piled on top.
However, since the older I get, the further away the floor gets. . . . after seeing this post, I'm now making plans to mount it to the bay ceiling so I can dig thru my tools a bit easier.
Now, all I need is to determine how best to attach it.

 on: December 21, 2014, 03:24:50 PM 
Started by robertglines1 - Last post by belfert
TrueAir appears to be exclusive to Winnebago Industries.  The thermostats have the Coleman name on them so my guess this is simply the Coleman under floor heat pump.

I bet it is simply this http://rvcomfort.com/rvp/products/offroof/HP_2tonHE.php with a special name for Winnebago.  Coleman used to have a straight A/C version of this for RVs, but long discontinued.  Several folks who have been around here for some time have the A/C only version in their bus.  Ron the Bus Nut used to sell the A/C only version.  Maybe he still has one.

 on: December 21, 2014, 03:23:58 PM 
Started by Zephod - Last post by Iceni John
I plan on using my Weldon 2020 rear red high flashers as extra brake lights.   I'll need to run their 85W sealed-beam lamps through a relay, because obviously the present brake light circuit can't handle an extra 14A.   The relay will be driven directly from the present brake lights, and I have a 12V feed at the back that can power it.

That's the easy bit  -  the legality of doing this is more complicated!   The federal standards allow for one centered third brake light, but don't seem to specifically allow or disallow what I want to do.   Because the existing brake lights will remain, I see no difference compared to tow trucks that have extra brake and turn lights mounted on the cab roof.   Some while ago I saw a tour bus, but I couldn't see what make, with a pair of extra high-mount brake lights near the rear cap, so I guess it's OK to do so?   Some of our transit buses here have an extra pair of high-mount brake lights, but they're not as high as mine will be.   Besides, why would a cop pull you over for something that improves safety?


 on: December 21, 2014, 03:03:21 PM 
Started by robertglines1 - Last post by luvrbus
Why not the TrueAir residential packaged units are used in several of the major manufactures in their rv's they seem to do fine 

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