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Old 10-27-2010, 05:12 PM   #15
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That would be an awesome MH. Go anywhere, any country, on or off road, and armor shielded.
If that was my RV, I wouldn't be afraid to go to Mexico anymore.

...except for when you had to get out at the gas station and fill it full of Diesel!

Incidentally, those units are built about 60 miles from my house. I used to work on the airfield in Oshkosh, right adjacent to their plant. I've seen hundreds of those things lined up in rows sitting on the edge of the airfield. Talk about an impressive sight!

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Old 10-28-2010, 10:50 AM   #16
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Pete, what year and which model Cat engine. From 1991-1994 I worked as a grunt in a diesel repair shop. The mechanics refered to the 3208 as the "32 Oh nothing". Our volunteer FD has one in a heavy 3000 gallon tanker and it has been trouble free with the limited use it gets. Cat makes a good engine. So does Cummins.
It is C7 with 330 HP.
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