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Old 11-29-2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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Cummins Las Vegas? - HH Exhaust Issue

We have a HH installed in our MH. The exhaust pipe has a broken hanger bracket up above the rear end, and I cannot get to it to fix it. So I was going to call Cummins in Las Vegas to have them take a look at it and put the new hanger on it so it's fixed.

Has anyone used this shop for repairs? The one review trashes them over a 700K motorhome being left out, being broken into, etc, not doing the job when scheduled etc.

Your comments please. I need to get this done before we leave vegas so I don't tear it up any more.

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Old 11-29-2010, 01:47 PM   #2
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I used Cummins Rocky Mountain North Las Vegas and had excellent care and got me right in and only charged me 1/2 hr. labor..702) 399-2339 is their number. Search Cummins Rocky Mountain North Las Vegas and will bring up their web site. Mel

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Old 11-29-2010, 02:27 PM   #3
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Is there a way to temporarily tie it up out of the way until you get to more familiar territory?
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I have used rock mountain cummins in North Vegas to work on my onan generator. They were very fair. Is the HH you mention a hydro hot system? If so I would think a muffler shop could handle putting on a new bracket for less money,just a thought
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:17 PM   #5
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Mine came loose there also. IIRC there was some crumbling rubber or maybe a double wrap of wishful thinking holding the hump over the axle vertical & in place, and it rotated over to rest (bang) on the frame.
I found a nearby frame bolt w/enough threads left on the end to accept a large fender washer & jamb nut, then wound stainless safety wire (about 8 wraps) around the HH exhaust tube & fender washer to secure it upright. Been good for the last 12k. I started thinking plumber's strap, but due to the location could only get one hand on it, and the safety wire could be applied one handed sort of like sewing.

I forget what gauge wire I used. I carry .04 and .03 stainless wire. Good for a lot of stuff. Harbor Freight.
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Purchased some good galvanized bailing wire today, going to tie it up tomorrow to the original bracket which will keep it from banging into the rear end assembly until I can fix it myself. Cummins said 150, and minimum for one hour time, so I cancelled the appointment. And there were environmental charges which were not waiveable, and a service charge which were not waivable, so I just thought for a 10 minute job, they were milking me. I will temp fix it, and do a better job later on when I can put it up and do it right. I will double bracket it so I don't have this problem again.

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