Originally Posted by BlackJohn
I did mine driver side ahead of the rear wheel so when I use that side view mirror I can see the state of the smoke happening during a cold start and while driving. Early detection for my mind of how the engine is performing at any time either cruising or pulling hard on grades.
I like to see anything but white smoke.
Agree picnic side could be a problem at times but hardly ever picnic with engine running. However, loading from the passenger side door may attract some fumes I'd rather not breathe when I'm idling.
My 2 cents,
John, I like that idea and was planning on doing the same if I decide to reroute my exhaust. since my bus is 3/4 size with smaller wheels, I don't have the luxury of large under belly storage options compared to my full size brethren. as I am still building I am still undecided about an indoor lav and the need for a black tank or not. either way, I will make my hookups all on the driverside which seems the industry standard as far as easy of hooking up to power, water, waste, etc.