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Old 06-26-2014, 06:01 AM   #15
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I still have the dry PTO and I check mine yearly, 1st time at 8k miles, last time at 30k, it still looks as new, the last couple of times the grease still looked the same, no new grease needed. Think of trailers with packed wheel bearings.
Nothing against the Wet Pto, just my own choices.
Btw: my pto was properly greased from the factory.

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Old 06-26-2014, 11:09 PM   #16
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Today we had a Wet Kit put on our recently purchased 2006 40' Inspire with 38,000 miles. Total cost was $1225.00. Service writer said our PTO shaft was in perfect condition and last week they had a coach with 11,000 miles and the shaft was worn out.
As far as our Radiator, I am going to wait before I replace it. I have no leaks and will run it as long as I can.
I am going to replace the Air Drier Filter tomorrow, myself. I just looked at the Air Drier Filter on the 1999 HR Endeavor that I gave to my daughter and son in law. The Air Drier and Filter were completely packed and the filter has come apart and gotten into the Air System. I will be replacing my Air Drier Filter Each year.
Hopefully your 2007 has a 400 hp. I love my C-9 Cat, 400hp and Dynamax Chassis.
It is a heavy coach and the ride is beautiful compared to our HR on a Freightliner Chassis. The fuel mileage is much lower on the CC than the lighter HR. We will log the mileage in August when we travel for the entire month. Good Luck on your purchase. Don't roll over for buy, make sure they deal. Hope this information is some what helpful.

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Old 06-29-2014, 01:49 PM   #17
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Thanks for all the responses and good info (as usual from this forum.) I'm not sure what i'm going to do at this point. I also need to replace the flooring and get rid of that carpet.

I expect we'll keep looking for a while longer.
Chuck & Pam (the people) - Bobbie & Nikki (the cats)
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Old 06-29-2014, 04:25 PM   #18
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JDA, it is DynoMax, not Dyna

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