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Old 01-20-2018, 11:04 PM   #1
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Year: 1991
Coachwork: Bluebird
Chassis: T/C 2000 28 foot Handy Bus
Engine: Cummins 5.9 Mechanical
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I have moved my fuel tank forward on our 1991 T/C 2000 and this will enable me in installing a 30" entry door in front of the rear wheels.
Up front, the stairwell area will be converted to a home for the genset.
Will plate out above it and remove the hand rail and presto, a place to bolt down her seat.
Any suggestions on seats? I would consider replacing mine at the same time we are both in agreement this is not a place to cheap out.
New and shiny and keeping her butt smiling is the goal.
Hey Christopher, the "blue"pic is especially for you
Motor being plumbed trans bolting up tomorrow and will be looking forward to reinstalling next Saturday.
Or not.

The melted wrench is a Cummins 6B starter 3rd bolt special tool.
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Old 01-21-2018, 08:59 AM   #2
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super cool stuff... love the idea of the Genset up front in your stairwell.. thats probably the least used part of the bus when you parked.. let the noise stay up front when you are in the middle and back.. and who cares about noise when you are driving..

ha!!!! those AN fittings.. put enough of those together.. but hey they work as ive never had one come apart or leak!!! only thing I see missing is your roll of masking tape!

-Christopher
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