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Old 09-14-2018, 09:03 PM   #21
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Im seriously considering getting rid of the heating unit/defroster right next to the door..valuable storage space
Im also leaving the bus door just making it one piece and not 2..

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Old 09-14-2018, 09:18 PM   #22
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I never understand those who plan to drive their busses but delete the heating / defrosting units... drive that bus in a cold rain and then tell me you are deleting that heating / defrost unit... I suppose i could get away with deleting the right side unit in my carpenter since i refrigerate the main defrost so it clears quite nicely.. but unless you plan to always be in sun and never rain that unit may come in handy..
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Old 09-15-2018, 11:11 AM   #23
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I never understand those who plan to drive their busses but delete the heating / defrosting units... drive that bus in a cold rain and then tell me you are deleting that heating / defrost unit... I suppose i could get away with deleting the right side unit in my carpenter since i refrigerate the main defrost so it clears quite nicely.. but unless you plan to always be in sun and never rain that unit may come in handy..
Its just the right side/door heater. Im keeping the left/drivers side heater defrost. My plan is to follow the 70's so to speak..ive spent enough of my life dealing with cold and snow. Since im getting older and arthritic that weather kills me..i dont mean to come across as whiney, just explaining. If i were to travel and stay in the frozen tundra that heater would stay.
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