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Author Topic: Why I don't want a fiberglass vehicle... Fire!!  (Read 609 times)
Tom & Phyllis
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'82 Bluebird Wanderlodge PT40

« on: December 30, 2010, 01:07:30 PM »

This thread was posted over on the Wanderlodge board. One of the members was at a campground & a BRAND NEW sticks & staples burned up about 75' from him. It had 80 miles on it!.

It has a link to the pictures about 4 posts down.



'82 BlueBird WanderLodge PT40 being rebuilt

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« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2010, 01:44:54 PM »

I do understand that an electrical fire cant be put out by water and so a fire extinguisher auto set up that is triggered by heat is ideal, but I am also considering the space in the compartment above the engine and the wall between the engine and house..... I am wondering about putting the water tanks in those areas maybe with a pump if needed so that filling them would go uphill.....

The Little GTO is a 102" wide and 40' long 1983 GMC RTS II and my name is Teresa in case I forgot to sign my post
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