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RE: Sprinter 2500 vs 3500

Difference between a Comma, and a Apostrophe. Key difference: The appearance of both, the comma and the apostrophe are the same but they differ in function and position. A comma provides a link, whereas, an apostrophe explains the ownership or direct relationship between the subject and the object.
My Roadtrek 04/12/16 04:19pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Sprinter Class driving Impressions

If it started out as a Van then it a Class/Type B, if it was built on a cut-away chassis then it's a Class C. Size has nothing to do with it.
My Roadtrek 04/11/16 09:52pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: class B motorhomes

Are you sure your RV is not a Class C? If its built on a cut-away chassis it's a Class C, if it started as a van then it is a Class.B. Size is irrelevant.
My Roadtrek 04/07/16 09:29pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: WINDOWS - UPPER 3

They should be removed, and reinstalled with new gaskets. A good auto glass place should be able to do the job.
My Roadtrek 04/02/16 01:31am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Sprinter Conversion Planning - MTB/Camping Build

You might want to consider a new Ford Transit Van, with the Eco Boost engine. Much better in the mountains, less expensive, both price, and maintenance. Also, many more service dealers.
My Roadtrek 03/14/16 08:24pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Mice ugghh

the so called expert report is wrong. been using peppermint oil in my rv.s and boats in a pole bldg for years and have no mice. you can also buy it on ebay. Mice will adapt to anything, some things just take a little longer. Usually when mice disappear a predator has moved into the neighborhood, cat, snake, etc.
My Roadtrek 03/02/16 12:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: are ambulance huts interchangable w/ RV huts?

I believe you are confusing a Class C (built on a cut-away chassis) with a Class B that starts out as a van. This is a Class C. http://www.4pab.com/resources/ambulance.jpg This woul be a Class B, or Camper Van depending on extent of conversion. http://previews.123rf.com/images/leonido/leonido1105/leonido110500282/9551752-Moderne-Rettungswagen-van-over-white-Farbige-Vektor-Illustration-Lizenzfreie-Bilder.jpg width=300
My Roadtrek 02/26/16 01:43pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Question about older model Roadtrek

Make sure to read the FAQ"s at the top of the Class B home page
My Roadtrek 02/23/16 01:31pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Looking at 2003 BT Cruiser

BT Cruiser is a Class C, many owners in that forum. admin will probably move this over there shortly.
My Roadtrek 02/18/16 07:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

From the other Class B forum I believe MB recommended only 2 hrs of fast idle time before the van should be driven to clean the ERG and DPF.
My Roadtrek 02/16/16 02:26pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Class B Purchase Advice

I don't remember that, but very possible they made that statement, but I haven't heard anything about them recontinuing the Class B's. Roadtrek was/is dominating the B market, and LTV decided that small Class C's was their niche. Maybe Mumkin will see this and chime in, she's pretty up on what LTV is doing.
My Roadtrek 02/13/16 02:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

Carbon build up in the Sprinters seems be caused by excessive idling, causing the ERG, DPF to get clogged. I don't think it's been a problem with normal driving. MB recommends a good drive after an idling period to eliminate the ERG and DPF fouling problem. Only time will tell if it becomes a problem with the under hood generators, and excessive idling. I have read where a diesel fuel system cleaner was recommended every 10K if used for prolonged idling. I'm sure this is all covered in more detail on the Sprinter forums.
My Roadtrek 02/11/16 02:03am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

Does anybody know if the Sprinter engine has port injection or direct injection? Direct injection for both the 5cyl, and V6.
My Roadtrek 02/10/16 12:14pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

From what I have read the Eco Boost 3.5 engine will all be dual injection, and the DI will be discontinued. Maybe 2017 Transit models, sooner I hope.
My Roadtrek 02/10/16 12:11pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Class B Purchase Advice

LTV makes quality Class C's, but they no longer make Class B's. The Unity is a Class C, and there are some owners over there.
My Roadtrek 02/10/16 11:44am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

From what I have read it has both. 'The gen.2 ecoboost engines have both port injection and GDI systems (all cylinders)" I believe this is to eliminate the carbon build up.
My Roadtrek 02/09/16 01:17pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Class B Purchase Advice

Teja, did you try the Rt rental locator? Rental locator
My Roadtrek 02/08/16 07:48pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

I watched a few Youtube videos about carbon-fouled intake valves in engines with direct injection and started scratching my head and humming that old Bruce Springsteen song "one step forward and two steps back". :) I'm kind of leaning towards the passively aspirated engine vs. the turbocharged model. I'm a pretty conservative driver and I've heard that repairs tend to be more frequent and more expensive on engines with turbochargers. I don't know how valid that is, but I've heard it quite a bit. The Transit Eco Boost is port injection, not direct injection. Carbon build up should not be problem. It will out perform the other vans in the mountains, and MPG is around 5 to 7 more than the Chevy Express. The right equipped Transit can tow 7,500 lbs. Even though this is from the UK, and some things don't apply to the US models, it is a good write up comparing the Transit to the Sprinter. Transit vs Sprinter
My Roadtrek 02/08/16 07:10pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

That believe that video is about the older direct injection Eco Boost engines. I haven't heard of carbon build up in the new twin turbo 3.5 Eco Boost, which are port injected.
My Roadtrek 02/08/16 03:36pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Starting from scratch! Which model of van do you recommend?

The extended Chevy 3500 is 20' 3"
My Roadtrek 02/06/16 08:21pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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