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Old 12-20-2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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Rear heater in a short bus?

Hey all
I am curious if anybody has experience with removing the rear heater in a short bus versus keeping it in?
Mine is a 4 window, and I'm not sure if I will need it or not. I think it is small enough that it will stay warm, but I'm looking for somebody with some experience with or without the rear heater.
The other concern is space, I could probably figure out a better spot for it, since with my floor plan it would be buried in the back where it was originally located. I was thinking it might be good to move it to the front side of the wheel well under where a bench is going to be. That way it would be much more direct routing the warm air into the cabin.
Any feedback?
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Old 12-20-2014, 05:06 PM   #2
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I'd say keep it.
I was recently talked into keeping my factory 78,000 btu heat.
You can always find somewhere to hide it that doesn't kill too much space.
Can't have too many options when it comes to climate control.
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