[tcb] Re: Another Brake question Gas heater question

The gas heater isn't for Murray. It's for Brad's bus. His has no heat, even 
though he has brand new heater boxes to install. He came up with a used gas 
heater and thinks it's the cat's meow, but I am superstitious and don't want 
anything that squirts gasoline and ignites it outside of an engine case. I'm a 
Luddite.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: sammie smith 
  To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 8:14 AM
  Subject: [tcb] Re: Another Brake question Gas heater question


        Where's he gonna find a cord long enough for all of those Murray trips?

        --- On Thu, 9/17/09, Will <evil.scientist.boo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


          From: Will <evil.scientist.boo@xxxxxxxxx>
          Subject: [tcb] Re: Another Brake question Gas heater question
          To: "tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
          Date: Thursday, September 17, 2009, 7:22 AM


          An electric fireplace would look cool.


          -- Sent from my Palm Pre


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          sammie smith wrote:

                You can always put a wood stove in the back of that thing.

                --- On Wed, 9/16/09, Will <evil.scientist.boo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


                  From: Will <evil.scientist.boo@xxxxxxxxx>
                  Subject: [tcb] Re: Another Brake question Gas heater question
                  To: "tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
                  Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2009, 7:29 PM


                  Yes but unless it is rebuilt or new don't use it.  Many you 
see at shows are there for looks



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                  Denis wrote:


                  Does anybody know about installing and using a gas heater in 
a Splitty?
                    ----- Original Message ----- 
                    From: Brad Tripp 
                    To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
                    Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:21 PM
                    Subject: [tcb] Re: Another Brake question


                    Hey dude all we got to do is do it, maybe next week when we 
replace my heater boxes


                    On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Denis <coocoo@xxxxxxx> 
wrote:

                      Dual brake circuits = maybe $200   Disk brakes = $1500 
plus.
                        ----- Original Message ----- 
                        From: atx 
                        To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
                        Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 5:57 PM
                        Subject: [tcb] Re: Another Brake question


                        Murray is quick, and those Springdale elevations.  
Sounds like a good idea.  Ever thought about disc brakes?
                        I need to find a pic of the 67 MC in a bus

                        Jeff 


                        sent via iPhone



                        On Sep 16, 2009, at 4:58 PM, "Denis" <coocoo@xxxxxxx> 
wrote:


                          I plan on doing that soon. If I understand right, you 
have to weld in a small piece of steel to mount the dual circuit master 
cylinder. That's all.
                            ----- Original Message ----- 
                            From: ATX BUS 
                            To: TCB TCB 
                            Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 3:25 PM
                            Subject: [tcb] Another Brake question


                            I want to replace the master cylinder on my early 
67.  It has the 66 style MC.  

                            I was talking to the guys at WW, and they suggested 
that I consider converting to the 67 style for more safety.  Has anyone done 
this?  They made it sound easy.


                            Jeff (atx_bus)
                            66 So-42
                            67 sportsmobile camper










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