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My propane heater in a 77 dodge class c works great but the electric motor that runs the fan squeaks. I've pulled the heater out twice. Lubed the motor shaft with waterproof grease. Works great for a…Continue

Tags: RV Heater,, lube, grease, squeaks, noise

Started this discussion. Last reply by John "T" Nordhoff Jan 30, 2014.


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At 9:40am on January 26, 2014, Jimmy C. Bridges said…

Got that rascal lookin good Todd! 

At 12:22am on December 16, 2013, Doug O'leary said…

Hi Todd welcome to goodoldrvs Your motorhome looks awsome Im soo jealous. I love those Dodge class C's great paint job! I had a 1973 Dodge van as my daily driver for over 10 years. Any repair tips dont hesitate to ask I know those Dodge's front to back. I currently have a 1991 34ft class A chevy but I still wish I had a Dodge class C instead, they are more fun to drive, very sharp looking and are small enough to drive around like a car and more simple to work on and get parts for ETC. but they are also getting harder to find, one in good shape that is. Best of luck with yours, and  by the way to tell the difference beteween a 318 and 360 is by the carburator, the 360's have a bigger carb and air filter housing.

At 8:57am on December 9, 2013, Dale and Lynne Park said…

Looks great!!  I wish we had been that creative with our '77 Sportsman.  Welcome to GORV's!




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