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Old 01-17-2011, 02:32 PM   #131
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]The craigslist ad is for a 1951 GM PGA 3301 Military/ OSU activity bus - $3500 so what is a GM PGA 3301
http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/2163461338.html
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ah the 50`s
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Old 01-17-2011, 02:35 PM   #132
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Oh ya someone ask what gauge did I use to cover the windows and its .060 aluminium thats used to skin the semi trailers.
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Old 01-18-2011, 12:23 PM   #133
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There sure have been a lot of inquires and offers for the incenolet. Expensive but so handy and on the road and in the desert.
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Old 01-18-2011, 01:40 PM   #134
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A few words about the toilet,

TOILET MODELS:

CF RV TR WB*
Uses Home, Cottage, Shop, Barn Motorhome, RV, Trailer, Industrial Fulltime,
Heavy Use Houseboat, Workboat
Serves 4 4 8 4 (
Volts** 120 120 240 120 (240)
Watts 1800 1800 3600 1800 (3600)
Amps 15 15 15 15
Warranty 1 year 1 year 2 years 2 years
List Price $1799 $1829 $1949 $2049
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$1749 $1779 $1799 $1849


Prices good in U.S. only. For international pricing, call (214) 358-4238.

* Model WB is US Coast Guard certified for marine use.
** 208 volts available on models TR and WB


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LINERS & ACCESSORIES:

Bowl Liners, Pre-folded, box of 200
Bowl Liners, pre-folded, box of 200, for use with all models.
Price: $18.00
Product Code: LIN001

Dispenser for Bowl Liners
Dispenser is a stainless steel box which can be hung on the wall. Box of bowl liners fits in the dispenser for easy access.
Price: $14.95
Product Code: DIS001


Installation Kit - 120 volt
Kit includes 18" PVC pipe, an elbow, rubber coupling, and 120 volt wall receptacle to match 120 volt plug on toilet.
Price: $19.95
Product Code: KIT00C


Coupling
Rubber coupling is used to join vent pipe to flange on back of toilet for easier installation. (included in installation kit)
Price: $9.95
Product Code: COU002


Wall Receptacle
Either 120 volts or 240 volts, 20-amp wall receptacle, to fit the 20-amp plug on your new toilet. (included in installation kit)
Price: $6.95
Product Code: REC001/002


Installation Kit - 240 volt
Kit includes 18" PVC pipe, an elbow, rubber coupling, and 240 volt wall receptacle to match 240 volt plug on toilet.
Price: $19.95
Product Code: KIT00D




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You may return the INCINOLET for full refund less freight charges within 30 days of its receipt, provided it is returned unused, undamaged, and in the original carton.

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A copy will be furnished free of charge upon request.

A Word About Safety:
We equip INCINOLET with the highest quality temperature controllers, thermostats, and time limiters to assure you years of safe operation. INCINOLET is an appliance and, as with any other appliance, it must be used carefully in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations. Young children, when using the INCINOLET toilet, must be supervised by a responsible adult. INCINOLET is intended for use by persons familiar with its operation and responsible for its proper use. Not recommended for use by general public or in rental property.


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Old 01-18-2011, 03:09 PM   #135
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for that dam price,it should roll your tarts into little ball and brun them ,hell ill be like a bear in the wood too for that price e,a fool and his money soon part,,, what you got to say smitty ??????...you may want to think of bio fuel with them tarts ball.save you some money for repairs...when i was in alaska the boat capt hire a man to come in and clean his and do repairs,,costing him $350.00 a crapper + parts...

so only one thing i got to say is (happy crapper trails to you ))
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:26 PM   #136
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for that dam price,it should roll your tarts into little ball and brun them ,hell ill be like a bear in the wood too for that price e,a fool and his money soon part,,, what you got to say smitty ??????...you may want to think of bio fuel with them tarts ball.save you some money for repairs...when i was in alaska the boat capt hire a man to come in and clean his and do repairs,,costing him $350.00 a crapper + parts...

so only one thing i got to say is (happy crapper trails to you ))
No kidding...almost $1800 for a toilet?! No way. Not perfect, but I'm using a regular RV toilet...which was about $1800 less than the Incinolet. (It was in one of my parts trailers, new, never hooked up.)
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:52 PM   #137
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There sure have been a lot of inquires and offers for the incenolet. Expensive but so handy and on the road and in the desert.
Smart move on the toilet, in the long run it will pay off.
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Old 01-18-2011, 08:58 PM   #138
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Ya and they recomend using their bowl liners so that comes to about 11 cents a poop. I guess you could use news paper to keep the stainless steel clean.
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Old 01-18-2011, 10:17 PM   #139
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for that dam price,it should roll your tarts into little ball and brun them ,hell ill be like a bear in the wood too for that price e,a fool and his money soon part,,, what you got to say smitty ??????...you may want to think of bio fuel with them tarts ball.save you some money for repairs...when i was in alaska the boat capt hire a man to come in and clean his and do repairs,,costing him $350.00 a crapper + parts...

so only one thing i got to say is (happy crapper trails to you ))
The Captain can afford it - mine is five years old and looks and works like new.
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Old 01-20-2011, 12:17 PM   #140
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Made in Texas and though that is like a whole other country, I can still clame it ( the incenolet ) is made in America. Now the tankless water heater is from China. Its a snow day here in Seminole Oklahoma.
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