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RE: OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY PD4501 now mine

Rather than try to repost everything from my other discussions, I will put a link here to try to tie in everything that is happening. I have been spending more time on the second Scenicruiser and that has prevented me from updating this thread as much as I would like. But, I will try to keep things tied together a little better. Also, ended up with a third bus, 1959 4104 that is still set up as a passenger bus. Not sure what the future holds for that one, but it is almost as neat as the first two buses. Anyhow here is a link to the thread I maintain for the build of the second Scenicruiser. PD 4501 472 Scenicruiser 472 buildup
Mighty Thor 01/06/15 05:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY PD4501 now mine

Anyone see the Future Liner that was just restored on one of the car shows on The Velocity Channel? turned out real nice! Or the one that is set to be auctioned off at the January Barret Jackson auction?
Mighty Thor 01/06/15 04:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY OH BOY PD4501 now mine

We worked all summer getting the little things done so that we could move the Second bus home. We had to build an independent light system rather than depend on the factory system. Also had to repair some of the air system for the warning light and the front leveler. Once we had the bus ready it took a little while to get our crew all lined up. Finally the day arrived and we took off. The trip itself was fairly uneventful. We did get a little video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=0_Y3nx4FygY https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=cCe0lnIVrVY
Mighty Thor 11/23/14 09:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Climbing over the Rockies

The other thing to know is that the folks here abouts already know that climbing one of these hills takes a little time and sometimes you have to rest a little in the middle. Our Montana passes all have turnouts so you can take a snack if you need to. No one expects you to climb the hill at 50, but we do expect you to pull over at the top and let 5 or 6 of us go by as you prepare for the downhill leg.
Mighty Thor 08/16/14 09:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toilet recomendations

Right, as stated in my first post, I am building the bath from scratch so I will not have to worry about fit or plumbing issues cause I am going to put the toilet in first and design around it. Just wanted to make sure that the leak issue I heard about was fixed. Do I understand that the weeping for the 310 is inside the bowl? Does it overflow or just collect a little more water after the flush due to water in the passages coming out?
Mighty Thor 08/11/14 02:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1996 Georgie boy cruisemaster 34'

If it is blowing the Switch fuse it is probably an issue between the switch and the fuse block. Most of the rest of the items are fused separately and you should be blowing the individual fuses long before you blow a 60 amp fuse. I think one of the previous poster suggested that you pull the switch and test the lines to determine which one has the bad leg. You may have to trace a couple of junctions if it off your accessory leg. I have had similar issues with various vehicles over the years and most turned out to be a pinched or abraded wire under the dash, several but not all were steering column pinches.
Mighty Thor 08/11/14 02:15pm Class A Motorhomes
Toilet recomendations

I will be building a bathroom from scratch and have started researching toilets. I have had both plastic and porcelain in past RV's and I kind of prefer the porcelain. Been reading various reviews, but most of them are from several years ago and I wonder if they are outdated. In particular, the Dometic 310 had mixed reviews with some comments about about leaks that occurred in non serviceable areas of the unit. I would hope that by now those issues have been addressed by the manufacturer. Any other recommendations or reviews?
Mighty Thor 08/08/14 03:54pm Class A Motorhomes
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