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Bill, and you thought this old dog couldn't learn new tricks.

Are we going to have to share 20 AMP again at Clearwater? if so, please ask Patty to leave the hairdryer home
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Bill, and you thought this old dog couldn't learn new tricks.

Are we going to have to share 20 AMP again at Clearwater? if so, please ask Patty to leave the hairdryer home
For those that believe in the myth that Birds are power hogs, we shared a 20 amp. circuit.
One had hot water at night the other in the morning.
Battery chargers did all the work.
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Here's a few more #s to add to the files. 1. Air conditioner belt. Napa # 2. Engine air filter. Cummins 3. Engine water pump belt. Cummins
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Appreciate the info Dan. As a newbie this helps a bunch. Just did the oil and fuel filters. Tryin to get the nerve to go after the second filter up top.
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Appreciate the info Dan. As a newbie this helps a bunch. Just did the oil and fuel filters. Tryin to get the nerve to go after the second filter up top.
It's not bad. Get on a creeper beside the oil pan and you can reach it.
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[QUOTE=AC7880;2410]Cummins C8.3 engine in BMC 37'. There are four filters you should be concerned about.

LF3000 - Lube filter which is your engine oil filter. Make sure you fill it with oil when replacing it.
There are 2 gaskets -- both should be lubricated with oil....

Thanks Dan, I just bought a nice '94 BMC 37 and this helps a lot.
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Does anyone know if there is a calender replacement time on the engine air filter? Mine came apart with the engine ingesting part of the filter (the glue ribbon around the filter paper) the result was a damaged piston head and exhaust valve. No idea how long the filter had been in service. Filter monitor was in the green
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Does anyone know if there is a calender replacement time on the engine air filter? Mine came apart with the engine ingesting part of the filter (the glue ribbon around the filter paper) the result was a damaged piston head and exhaust valve. No idea how long the filter had been in service. Filter monitor was in the green
I've heard some talk about it but never any firm numbers. Sorry that happened! I'll be ordering one Monday.
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FYI see this post
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=30633

the two fuel filters are the exact same rating (if you're using Fleetguard).
FS1015 is a 10 micron option for the secondary if you basically just want to use it as the sole filter (primary won't have anything to filter and you just change it our when you feel it needs to be changed due to age - fine w/me as it is a pain to get too).
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