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Somehow Robert will make this one even cleaner!
I remember looking in the refrigerator compartment of his FC and the gas lines were polished. I am sure the BMC will be the same.
Good luck Robert that's a good looking coach.
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Congratulations Bob. You have a knack of picking the "BEST OF THE BEST". Can't wait to see you improve this one as you seem to have done to all of your previous buses.
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Congrats Robert! Surprised you did not pick up Bruce's coach to make sure everything was in order as you left it ! Glad to have you back aboard!
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Congrats Robert! Surprised you did not pick up Bruce's coach to make sure everything was in order as you left it ! Glad to have you back aboard!
Haha yeah I thought about that one but somebody jumped on it while I was just sitting back thinking it over. Then when I saw this one I knew I had to act quick, the good ones go fast!
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Wonder what that little fan on the back is for?
Doug, he said that the fan is used to move hot air out of the engine compartment after arriving at destination to help keep the bedroom from getting hot from engine heat, and not having to open engine bay doors. Don't know how effective it is.
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Doug, he said that the fan is used to move hot air out of the engine compartment after arriving at destination to help keep the bedroom from getting hot from engine heat, and not having to open engine bay doors. Don't know how effective it is.
I thought it was there to cool off the mechanic.
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Doug, he said that the fan is used to move hot air out of the engine compartment after arriving at destination to help keep the bedroom from getting hot from engine heat, and not having to open engine bay doors. Don't know how effective it is.

Interesting i always open up the back door when we get to our spot for the same reason. I think it helps alleviate a lot of heat sink in the bedroom.
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we drive with the bed rasied up,to keep the bed from getting heat soaked.
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we drive with the bed rasied up,to keep the bed from getting heat soaked.

We generally have the bed piled full of stuff. But that's a good idea. The fan caught my attention as I have a two fan set up for a radiator I used on a car at one time. I have thought about mounting it on the side door by the batteries to pull hot air out.
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I am certainly interested In something like that
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