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Old 09-23-2016, 12:14 AM   #1
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How Do I Find a Buyer for My Larger Rear Heater Core?

I have it listed on C-List and a local Stuff Exchange... any help in selling this thing, please? Thanks.
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Old 09-23-2016, 06:09 AM   #2
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most stuff taken from a bus is scraped or given away. wait till the price of copper goes back up.
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Or mount it to the chassis frame and plumb it up as an additional radiator
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often bus heaters are starting to get scrappy by the time we get them..

my bus is 25 years old so maybe mine were worse than normal.. but almost all my fan motors were dirty and getting noisy bearings, my main heater core was corroded and leaking... I wouldnt have wished that thing on anyone. I tore it apart and rebuilt it..

with so many low-cost small profile hot-rod heaters out there, the old big bergstrom bus hetaers dont have a huge market unless say a church or actual school needs one for a bus that is still in passenger service..

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Or mount it to the chassis frame and plumb it up as an additional radiator
Thats not a bad idear, I may have to do that with the one I have laying around...
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I never gave mine a chance, but maybe you can try marketing it to WVO converters?
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