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RE: 1986 Dodge B250 Camperwagon | Engine And Tranny Questions

Maybe change the rear end ratio? I doubt it'll hurt the mileage much more than a 360 or a hop up of your 318. Especially if you're going to a 4x4 conversion, you'll probably want it anyway. Just match your likely front axle ratio. Jim
Handbasket 07/03/15 05:58pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 1990s dodge chassis

Be sure to read all the links under item 8 in the class B forum FAQ's here http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/19953525.cfm . A few of the late 1990's thru 200? had some very squirrely handling characteristics that were difficult or impossible to cure. Test drive _before_ you buy! Jim
Handbasket 06/22/15 06:17am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Onan 2600 generator

Start by suspecting the fuel filter, since it's cheap & easy, and fits the symptoms well. If it's running good while it runs, it's probably not a gummed up carb, but Seafoam or Techron won't hurt. That leads to three other possibilities: clogged spark arrestor screen in the exhaust (doesn't quite fit symptoms, but can be DIY'd), failing fuel pump (fits symptoms, $$, and generator has to come out), or voltage regulator (somewhat fits symptoms, $$, can be DIY'd, troubleshooting chart in Onan manual & on Flight Systems website). Jim
Handbasket 05/27/15 07:23am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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