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Old 04-01-2016, 07:24 PM   #1
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Here in Bend Oregon new to the family and I have questions. HELP

Hi all i am interested in becoming part of the family and thinking of purchasing a 2002 RB50 7.3 L diesel Quigly conversion 86K milage. The current owner wants 62K which I feel is way to steep with the water unable to be used and the heat is also not working needs all fluids changed, Ft window gasket replaced, and new rubber is in the near future. What do you all think is a fare price??

Now to the water system is a interestedly water heater it has a 110 vt 2.5 gal tank which is cracked and pissing water. Have any of you seen this setup?

Does anyone know what it takes or tricks to remove the cabinetry the tank is located directly below the sink?

Now come the fun part what to replace this thing with? Any ideas? on demand electric?? you wisdom and guidance would be greatly appreciated.

The girls are hoping for a navel shower.

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Old 04-01-2016, 11:12 PM   #2
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Sounds a little steep to me, but there is a lot of value in a low mileage 7.3. Big thing would be to get the motor checked out to make sure it is in good working order and then you really know what you've got. Things like house water are pretty inexpensive to deal with if you've got a rig that has a solid drivetrain, especially a 7.3 with 4x4.
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