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Old 06-23-2014, 07:54 AM   #1
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Generator exhaust

the generators the slide out the front of the MH, does the exhaust pipes come with it? is there a flex pipe on the generator and the pipes stay connected to the MH? I have never seen one up close, and I'm doing some up grades on my system
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On my coach, the exhaust pipe moves forward with the rest of the unit.

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My genset on a slide separates from the exhaust pipe.
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On my coach, the exhaust pipe moves forward with the rest of the unit.

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same with mine
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Their are many add-ons that will direct the diesel exhaust AWAY from the coach. When parking in places like the infield where RV's are packed in having the exhaust run up the side of the coach & out the top.
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On my coach, the exhaust pipe moves forward with the rest of the unit.

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