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General Discussion / Re: Air lift or Firestone helper bags
« Last post by Gerald Farris on Today at 03:21:01 PM »
Try calling Henderson's Line-up in Grants Pass Oregon. You suspension was only used under the Monterey in the Beaver line, but it was used under a lot of Safari coaches, so they may have a anti-sway kit designed to address you issue.

Technical Support / Re: vacuflush toilets
« Last post by Gerald Farris on Today at 03:04:06 PM »
I am not sure is there is any performance difference between the standard motor or the "quiet motor".

As for the number of vacuum generating motors in a coach, any toilet that is not located directly above the holding tank will need either a vacuum generator or a macerator pump to enable the waste to travel to the holding tank. So since you have 2 toilets that are not directly above the holding tank, your system requires 2 vacuum generator pump motors.

Most coaches are built with the toilet located directly above the holding tank for 2 reasons. First, this configuration uses gravity to move the waste through a 3 inch pipe directly to the tank below, so there is virtually never a clog so there is almost never any maintenance involved with this design other than the occasional toilet seal replacement. Second, the Vacuflush or macerator system for each toilet adds about $800 or more per toilet to the build price of the coach, are susceptible to clogs since they use 1 1/2 or 2 inch pipes instead of the 3 inch one, and there is a continuing maintenance cost for the coach owner.

General Discussion / Re: Water tank drains
« Last post by Karl Welhart on Today at 12:35:31 PM »
Normally the drain is in the basement (not in the service Bay) in the cabinet that houses the fresh water pump. Pull the cover off and look inside.  Good luck. Look no
General Discussion / Air lift or Firestone helper bags
« Last post by Mark Beavin on Today at 12:23:17 PM »
My 1996 Beaver Monterey with Magnum chassis has a lot of body roll around corners. I'd like to add air bags to help with that. Just wondering if anyone here has a part number of the kit they used. I can fabricate brackets if need be. Thanks in advance....
General Discussion / Water tank drains
« Last post by Mark Beavin on Today at 12:08:37 PM »
 I can't seem to find any low point water drains to drain and flush my water system. I have been all over the underside of the coach and only found the over flow hose. Where are they hiding.  1996 Monterey 30' Cat Diesel Magnum chassis
The lot available on Feb. 1, 2019 is $750 per month plus electricity.  The other lot available on April 23, 2018 is $800 per month and has a covered patio, but no access to the building.  An  electric deposit of $250 on each lot.  This will be refunded after payment of the final electric bill.
Technical Support / Re: Clearance Lights
« Last post by Laurence Mitchell on Today at 03:23:17 AM »
Thank you so much for the info!  I will ensure I seal these correctly after reading all the info on this.

Technical Support / Re: Clearance Lights
« Last post by Paul Meehan on Today at 02:41:50 AM »
Wanting to stay with original (so I think) I replaced all ten with lights from Beaver Coach Sales in 2016.

Light, Clearance; Amber TL-18
Light, Clearance: Red TL-18

$9.95 each
How much per month
Technical Support / Clearance Lights
« Last post by Laurence Mitchell on December 10, 2018, 11:52:41 PM »
Season Greetings to all the BAC members!

Wanting to replace both front and back marker lights on my 2000 Beaver Marquis.  Climbing up to inspect the lights, they are in such poor condition they have no numbers! Does anyone have a link or a part number so I can order these?   I've searched the forums for the past few hours and couldn't find anything on a 2000 Beaver.

Thanks in advance for your help!  Have a wonderful holiday!

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