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About painterjoe

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  • Birthday 04/16/1973

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    05' Extreme Performance Eco1

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  1. Lol... I didn't realize the date till after I posted. Right on, Thats good to hear!!
  2. https://usedrvparts.visonerv.com/cgi-bin/c/rvsalvagemotorhomes-partingout.pl This is the reason I fixed it if it wasn't broke...................there was way too many rigs here that caught fire.................................My Buddy had his rig at cummins for some work and his fridge was on, it caught fire and burned a couple Rv's parked by his.
  3. Norcold had a similar recall. Their fix was a Temp. controlled switch. basically it would shut the fridge down if it got too hot. Still just a band aide.... I was washing my motor home and I got water on the switch and it tripped right before we were leaving town. I searched online and to reset it you need a really strong magnet. I never felt at ease with it. In June I had one of the cooling fans start making noise so I knew I was gonna have to pull the fridge to replace it so I started to research it . Most of what I saw was fridges were still catching Fire and to replace the cooling unit altogether with the "Amish Cooling unit. So more research.......... The next day I ordered the unit and it arrived 4 days later. I also ordered a new Burner, fans, and heating elements. (recommended) My son and I pulled the fridge and had it swapped out in 4 hours. So far after the first trip it's out performed the old cooling unit. I use to run the setting at 9 now it's on 6 and that was in 98 degree temps. They offer Helium instead of hydrogen so My mind is at ease with less of a chance to catch Fire. It's kinda pricey $1600 with shipping and the helium upgrade. I have the big 2 door Norcold with the ice maker so smaller units are probably cheaper. The company is caled JC refrgiration in Indiana. https://jc-refrigeration.com/
  4. been looking this is what I've found so far http://www.mirageinc.com/complete-fuel-system-40-gallon Got quoted $2500 from NewTrend for 40 gal.
  5. If it's real bad you can use the 3M 39060 buffing compound with a wool pad and then use the polish after.
  6. x3 I have this one too. I also have a Miller Digital Infinity at work which is really nice but for the money this one is hard to beat.
  7. We have around 30 of the Noco 2 bank 20 amp chargers at work and they work really well. We've only had a couple go bad and that was after years of use every day. I have one on my trailer, I think they are worth the money. It will not charge the battery if it gets below a certain voltage though.... I'd say 6 volts on a 12 volt battery. You have to use a manual charger to get it up then the Noco will take over.
  8. Yes. I had one of the LLy's that would get a little hot when pulling grades, not over heat though. Doing the mouth piece made a difference.
  9. https://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-GM-Turbo-mouthpiece-inlet-LBZ-LLY-GMC-Chevrolet-Silverado-Duramax-98011738/321294112311?epid=934987740&hash=item4ace9f1637:g:d7IAAOxyRNJSoNim Here's a link but like Kraut n Rice said its a OEM part. It takes a little modding , there are a few vids on how to do it. Real simple.
  10. Have you put the LBZ mouth piece on it? That makes a big difference in LLY temps.
  11. Fleetwood Discovery 35M 2005. We love it !!! 330cat, 6speed , allison, 10k towing.

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