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Old 05-31-2015, 11:58 AM   #1
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Silicone Heater Hoses

I am changing the hoses in my 2008 Newmar Dutch Star.
To the Oasis Heater and front Heater Core, I would like to use Silicine Hose, Is it compatible with "Final Charge" Anti-Freeze?
Has anyone had any luck getting hoses out by fuel tank? It's a Spartan Chassie.

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In QT's # 3, DS DON's and PDR John's MOD's section's explain everything you need to know about the Oasis.
The hose's must need to be capable of carrying heated water at high temps.
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I think you may want to call the hose manufacture and talk to them.

To expensive of a mistake if some random person is wrong.

Be sure to give them the name of each fluid that will be in the hoses.
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Randy.....I remember a few years back, came upon a new Mountain Aire (2010) dead in the water (no water) and waiting for Good Sam. Emptied a basement tray, cut a split piece of hose off and reattached. (quick fix) Hoses from China, take PDR John's advice and do your homework.
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I think you may want to call the hose manufacture and talk to them.

To expensive of a mistake if some random person is wrong.

Be sure to give them the name of each fluid that will be in the hoses.
You may want to give Oasis service a call also.
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Old 05-31-2015, 09:43 PM   #6
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We replaced all heater hoses from engine to both HH and heater core with marine grade heater hoses which has a green strip on it. Had 3 times the heater hoses burst and flood bays. Would recommend putingt gate valves on hoses at engine so one can turn off flow if needed. Major project which toke about 40 hours to run all hoses and around 900$ for all items needed.
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