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Date:         Fri, 4 Nov 2005 06:25:09 -0800
Reply-To:     Steven Johnson <sjohnso2000@YAHOO.COM>
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From:         Steven Johnson <sjohnso2000@YAHOO.COM>
Subject:      Re: heater
Comments: To: Larry Alofs <lalofs@RCN.COM>
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I bought one of those cube ceramic heaters with a thermostat maybe 8 - 10 years ago and still use it when a plug is avaiable. I try to keep it on the lowest setting while my wife prefers it on broil... I'd try to get one that has all the safety features and tip-over auto. shut-off. They keep the van plenty toasty...


--- Larry Alofs <lalofs@RCN.COM> wrote:

> vw woody wrote: > > > > > > > > > My wife feels the best money I've spent on my > Westy, is the Propex > > heater from Karl at Westy Ventures.With > supplemental propane tank and > > parts...over $1100.00 invested.. ....D'oH ! > > > > Damn nice though, when you're camping in the hills > for days on end > > with no 110V. > > > Do you use an electric heater when a hook-up is > available? > Do you or anyone else have recommendations about > electric heaters? > > Thanks, > Larry A. > > > >

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