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Old 10-02-2022, 08:34 PM   #1
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Location: Suburbs of Winterset, OH
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Year: 2005
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Chassis: FS65
Engine: Mercedes 6.4L
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Rear Heater FREE

This is the rear (under the seat) heater from my 2005 Thomas Built.
If anyone can use it, it's free. Probably not worth the $40-50 bucks it would cost you for me to ship it. (You pay exact shipping cost)
Also, I'll throw in about 20' (probably more) of the wiring that ran from the switch panel to the heater. If you need an exact measurement, I'll get it.

This will go to the scrap yard soon....
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Old 10-03-2022, 07:00 AM   #2
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FYI if you are building Fan-coil Hydronics in a home heating system, bus heater cores are fantastic for this purpose vs sourcing hydronic coild brand new for 1000s to use in zone unit-Boxes..
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