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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 10-01-2008
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Kurt,
Both the parts guy and the mechanic told me the parts were SS, except for the "sweep tip", nuts,etc. that is the longer one to protect from rain as of 6/07 $$:
BB part # price
0006534 ubolt 6.5 in zinc plated 10.35
0002635 tailpipe roof exhast 6.00 od,c 122.95
that is the longer sweep tip not the short one

1569425 muffler 591.58
1735976 clamp,v-band, 5 inch 18.02
1733450 pipe exhast, flex to muffler 203.28
this is the slant pipe
1733468 pipe exhast, turbo to flex 105.41
this is the custom u pipe with pyro hole/nut

1569326 u-bolt assm, 6 in zinc plated 8.45
1660836 ubolt 5 in qty 2 1.81ea
1660844 saddle 5 in qty2 3.58ea
0543934 nut hex zinc 3/8-16 lg flg l qty8 .43
1954825 connector pipe flexible,exe 5in id dbl 222.83
this was the upgraded pipe from flexible tubing
1086156 thermocouple 4 to 6 exhaust 27.37
everything is quantity 1 except where specified

I am sure $$ is more given the cost of fuel now, etc , this was actually done at the nest by 2 experienced Wanderlodge mechanics who now went over to the school bus side after the sale, this is the entire parts list from the turbo back from a 30yr guy who recently retired......I really miss him...................

By copy to John, this is the 4th s60 looking for exhast help, please edit this parts list / and my prior entry/ thread, combine and put someplace for reference for others, exhausts replacement is about due, if not overdue thanks

FWIW, my peanut gallery editorial meant for general consumption not necessary Kurt, Anyone can do anything on the cheap, change parts,mend, etc., use flex, whatever, my motivation for going back to OEM was I only wanted to do an exhaust every 10 years or so....... and Limit my fire risk.......the time my old one lasted and it appears on all forums, when someone complains about EXCESSIVE heat in the BR.... on a s60, they always find an exhaust leak......not good given what happened to my friend's bird, the the temps I see on the pyro, just my opinion, people make their own decisions
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and found and ordered a pipe here

http://www.ebay.com/itm/170676021479...84.m1423.l2649

also found and ordered a propane lockout that was leaking on my bus for yrs i guess but found it when installing extend a stay

http://www.ebay.com/itm/180696360659...84.m1423.l2649
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woody,did you order a bazooka?
That first pic,are you building a muffler?
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http://www.iowa80.com/DirectionsWEB/...ges/l38973.jpg

muffler

and found and ordered a pipe here

http://www.ebay.com/itm/170676021479...84.m1423.l2649

also found and ordered a propane lockout that was leaking on my bus for yrs i guess but found it when installing extend a stay

http://www.ebay.com/itm/180696360659...84.m1423.l2649
That propane lockout is interesting Woody. I have a friend in need of such a lockout but for natural gas. Would this work?
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you would have to email the man!

he owns a gas shop .....NG might need higher pressure

this is direct replacement for our buses
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you would have to email the man!

he owns a gas shop .....NG might need higher pressure

this is direct replacement for our buses
Thanks. It was found that a ball valve was acceptable in this case so problem solved.
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woody,did you order a bazooka?
That first pic,are you building a muffler?

http://www.iowa80.com/DirectionsWEB/webcart_productDisplay.php?itemid=185086&itemdesc= Quiet+Muffler+Insert+for+5%22+Stacks


http://www.ebay.com/itm/170676021479...84.m1423.l2649

pipe 60 inches

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hahaha thanks bill

i dont know if i will do the muffler but its avil if its too loud!
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your going to straight pipe it?
Then add the baffle if needed?
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i think it'll sound great woody!!!!
get r done
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