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GENERATOR REMOVAL [message #301702] Mon, 06 June 2016 16:49 Go to next message
Glover, Brian K. is currently offline  Glover, Brian K.   United States
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After running my generator and inspecting it for condition I noticed that the foam material ( i am guessing it is original to the coach and is a heat barrier ? ) but it is falling apart and looks like it is melting ? I know this cant be good so I am going to replace it with a heat resistant material ? ( not sure exactly what to use yet ? ) but to do all this it looks like you need to remove the generator, so i would really appreciate anyones input on the best way to remove the generator ? I have a 78 Eleganza with a 6000 kw generator.

Thanks in advance !!

Brian.


Brian G. Griffin Ga. 1978 Eleganza II TZE168V101637
Re: GENERATOR REMOVAL [message #301711 is a reply to message #301702] Mon, 06 June 2016 17:14 Go to previous message
Don A is currently online  Don A   United States
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Hey Brian

Copy your message over to the GMCnet, you will get lots of help and advice.
Only msgs in the regular net go out to the guys who only use email

This sandbox is for tests, jokes and goofing around.


Don Adams Dallas, TX
'76 26' Glenbrook, '90 Sidekick
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