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Author Topic: What is this? (Photo Included)  (Read 2277 times)
Scott Bennett
Scott & Heather's buses: MCI-9 & MCI-102
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« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2011, 03:52:40 PM »

Oh. Alrighty then. I'll be doing this proper. Make sense to me now. Thanks for the clarification.  Smiley
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1984 MCI 9 6V92-turbo with 9 inch roof raise (current home)
1992 MCI 102C3 8v92-turbo with 8 inch roof raise & conversion in progress
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« Reply #16 on: August 18, 2011, 08:12:29 AM »

Newbies beware!

I especially like how my shoes and pant legs get sprayed in oily mist while performing this action.

There is a lot of variability to the plumbing of this feature between coaches. Some have a down pipe to under the coach, others have little to nothing, some will spray onto the pan inside the door, spattering everything that is out the open door.

Standing behind the access door and reaching in minimizes your exposure.

happy coaching!
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