Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 15:36:26 -0800
Reply-To: Jeffrey Vickers <jeff@VICKERSDESIGN.COM>
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From: Jeffrey Vickers <jeff@VICKERSDESIGN.COM>
Subject: Re: Suburban heaters
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Can those of you out there with Suburban heaters tell us how/where
you mounted them and how you like them? Noisy? Quiet? Amp draw? At
7.5 inches tall (model SF-30) they could easily fit under the seat/
bed in a Westy and maybe take the place of the rear heater.
Jeff / 87 Syncro Westy
On Mar 8, 2006, at 2:24 PM, Automatic digest processor wrote:
> Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 17:13:25 EST
> From: "John C..." <Number9Trvlr@AOL.COM>
> Subject: Re: Propane heaters
> In a message dated 3/8/2006 9:03:32 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> jjolson@GWTC.NET writes:
> I've been looking into heaters/furnaces for my Vanagon. Is there any
> reason to spend $450 for a Plat-Cat heater that shows up on
> rather than for a Suburban furnace with twice the btus for half the
> price that shows up on ebay?
> If the reason is space, that's not an issue for me as I can build the
> cabinet to fit the furnace.
> Curious minds want to know???
> Martin, SD
> Hi Jeff & all,
> I couldn't come up with any that swayed me,
> So, I picked up a Suburban 12,000btu NT.
> John C...
> SLC, UT...
> 85 Westy ( Dinky Dau )
> 90 Carat ( Number 9 )
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