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Old 03-10-2009, 06:26 AM   #1
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But really, my question is if Jeffrey had problems with dirt and sand, how do these guys handle it?
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Old 03-10-2009, 07:19 AM   #2
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My guess would be that is the diesel preheat not the furnace. Whether or not is has the same exhaust... ??

Also you'd probably have to pull the turret to put a PH in, which would downgrade the cool factor slightly.
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Hmmm, didn't think about it being the pre-heat (since I don't have that option). Still, it's right by the large lever for heater on/off. I'll ask next time I'm near one.

I did find it interesting however to have that panel just dropped in there, without some more rugged military over-panel or button swap or something.

It could use a PH. It's friggin' cramped in there, although it sure rides smoother than an MRAP!
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That is the programmable timer, but without the round thermostat knob, it is clearly for a Hydronic.
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