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Old 11-27-2021, 09:11 PM   #29
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Hmmm, curious. I have an aftermarket type fuel filter/water separator for a diesel truck that looks something like that. From what I can tell it looks more like a filter than a pump. A pump would have wires leading to it.

My F53 chassis has a standard inline fuel filter on the frame rail just like any number of pickups and vans.
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Old 11-27-2021, 11:07 PM   #30
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Hmmm, curious. I have an aftermarket type fuel filter/water separator for a diesel truck that looks something like that. From what I can tell it looks more like a filter than a pump. A pump would have wires leading to it.

My F53 chassis has a standard inline fuel filter on the frame rail just like any number of pickups and vans.
I thought it was weird too but I fixed it. I got my generator hooked up to it with the 50 to 30 amp adapter. To say I was pleased would be an understatement. Everything electrical works including microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and all interior lights (which was my biggest surprise). HVAC is a DuoTherm and both AC and heat work!. The propane is going to be a Pain! It’s looks like they’ve had a previous external fire…
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Old 03-25-2022, 10:03 AM   #31
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Finished (almost) and headed to test it out

Hey guys just thought I would touch base again about 94 Newmar Mountain Aire remodel.
I’ve finished everything inside and out (except for propane issues that will take someone smarter than Me). I’ve removed and replaced the rotten subfloors and walls. Put new metal ceiling which I think looks cool and my wife re-canvased the ceiling tiles in the bedroom and repurposed the original sleeper sofa and bought a new queen bed Frame and mattress in master bedroom. It’s not perfect but it’s functional.
Still have some maintenance work on my Onan Emerald Plus 6500 Gen Set to get it working but once again we are ready to take her out and test her. I will include before and after pics. PLEASE let me know you thoughts especially if there’s something I missed… you know what they say about staring at something longe enough lol… GVA
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Old 03-25-2022, 10:12 AM   #32
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More pics

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Old 03-26-2022, 08:35 AM   #33
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Looks like a heck of a lot of work! Makes me feel like a slacker as all I did over the winter was put a transmission in mine.
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Never finished…

As you well know… the job is never finished. The Problem I’m working on now is the Onan 6500 Generator. Parts are hard to come by and expensive. I’ve changed both plugs, Oil, Air and Fuel filters. It looks like I will need a new fuel pump and if that’s not it…. I’ll need a new carburetor… I have over 1/2 tank gas so I’m not below the 1/4 tank threshold.

…Then my next project will be the HVAC… I figured if I can get the generator running then I can really find out what’s wrong (if anything) with the HVAC system. Right now it just starts and stops…
Anyway thanks for the comments. I hope your transmission performance is flawless!
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Looks like a heck of a lot of work! Makes me feel like a slacker as all I did over the winter was put a transmission in mine.
Putting in Tranny is no job for a “slacker” so I know you aren’t !!’
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