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Old 10-23-2009, 05:53 PM   #1
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Diesel Hydronic Heater

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i get looking at all of the moho's and it gets to be oh just for a little more i could get ,,,,,,, little more i could ,,,,, look new ones only little more

with wanting to full time , but not knowing what its really like out there i think getting into a lower cost starter would be a wiser choice at this time , as i don't want to sell my house until i see if full time would work for me ,

what i have on my must have list is ,
Hydronic heat / water
Double pain windows
W/D or hook ups
Slide would be nice

looking at 1998-2003 so not to get to old

and what diesel motors to look out for pro / cons

i have been looking into the beavers , what others are out there in this range ?

thanks mdel747

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