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Old 08-08-2018, 07:14 AM   #43
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Well, I've replaced two fan motors on two different Coleman Mach 15K units. Both were original (Mexico built) motors and neither had any way to lube the bearings (inboard or outboard) without removing the fans and drizzling oil down the shafts. Am I missing something?
It is not YOU that is missing something, It is ME. I am missing the fact that I retired in 2009 and some things have changed since then.
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Old 08-08-2018, 07:35 PM   #44
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We live by the ocean, only a couple of miles inland. Also have taken several trips to ocean front campgrounds where we were less than 100 yards from the beach. Never had an issue. We keep the rig clean and waxed, and when parked long, we keep it covered. But it doesn't have any issues from the salty sea air over a few days. Same with our vehicles.
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