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Old 05-21-2022, 07:56 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Newb From Indiana

2 years ago, I bought a 1976 Executive Rv. Has a 440 engine. I knew it had brake problems when I bought it. Paid $500 for it. Great interior shape! Thought I was in there, ran nice, starts right up! Still does...but the brakes. I jacked it up two weeks ago, seen the rotor was like the grand canyon. So i said well I'll start there...Yeah. Phone calls from coast to coast. Cmon its a Dodge chasis how hard can it be.... They stopped making the rotors 6 years ago and if somehow I found those...only about 15% of the rear drum parts are available. Which is why I'm here.....

I will be picking up my bus next week!

My wife and I have decided to turn a bus into a camper. We cant go full time in it due to our work and kids. I mean I love her..been married to her for 23 years but aint no way I can be with her for extended periods of time in limited space.

I bought a 2003 International Blue Bird with DT466 engine. 152,000 miles. I'm still learning but I think I got a decent deal. It's retiring this year from a local bus route. So it ran all year with kids on it. No Ac so I don't have to worry about tearing that out. Can't wait till schools is out so I can pick my bus up!

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