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Old 07-13-2015, 02:22 PM   #15
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It's a weakness of most of the GM big blocks and well known. Didn't say it happens to all but it not unheard of. I wouldn't be overly concerned about it. Just something to watch out for when buying a used coach.
I was trying to point out that your comment about the manifolds being the "only issue" was inaccurate. IMO, the Bosch brake recall fiasco was a much more of a concern because, unlike the manifolds, it affected ALL of the W-22 series owners. I think making sure the recall was completed when buying a used coach is important because there are a bunch out there that are not done yet.
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Well, we pick up the Coach tomorrow! And yes indeed the brake recall had not been done, till I brought it up. They claimed that all recalls are addressed as they come in,,,, yeah right! I told them I wanted to see documentation and that is when it went to an authorized Workhorse facility for the recall, also had an issue with the auto levelers, which where fixed on Monday, so they tell me. I did not hear an exhaust leak last week when we test drove it. I am going to have all systems up an running before it leaves the lot tomorrow for sure. Thanks for all the suggestions and Info.
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Here is a quick pic of the coach, thanks again.
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Nice rig!
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One other thing to check. We had an 04 Fleetwood Terra 32'. On the 04, in the 32' models the toilet was placed in spot where there was no room to place the black tank directly under it. Their solution was to create a black tank that had about am 8" tall shelf on one side that angled down into the main tank. The problem, which was very annoying, was the toilet would constantly back up and plug because waste wouldn't slide off of the shelf.


You can look under the coach and easily recognize if it has this design on the coach you're interested in.
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It will have the offset. Most Fleetwoods do. Just watch what tp you use and don't skimp on water when flushing.
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Thanks, I believe the toilet issue is a Terra design, there is a nice black tank flush hook up the worked good s far!
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