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LCAC_Man #1027 LBZ Duramax Conversion
Author: LCAC_Man (Show all albums)

This album will cover the Duramax/Allison conversion(including dash cluster integration), installation of airbags to assist suspension, conversion of vacuum brakes to Hydroboost, replacement of Onan gas generator with a Onan/Cummins 5500LP, inverter/charger installation, dual roof a/c installation, and Bedroom reconfiguration that will add "pass-thru" storage.
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I used pieces from the original rear swing out tire carrier and some scrap I had laying around. Largest expense was the turnbuckles that I got from McMaster Carr.


Spent more time messing with "how low and how close?" than anything else. I didn't want it so close to the body that any impact would cause damage.


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I'm pretty happy with the results, thanks to the turnbuckles it's very rigid, and it's still low enough that I can get it on and off without a step up. Waiting on my new spare tire cover to arrive.


I had to do a full disassembly of my furnace due to a mud-dobber wasp infestation, they nearly filled up the blower housing.


While cleaning I discovered the blower motor was seized so I installed a new one ($70 off ebay for a replacement).


All cleaned up and reassembled. This is a Suburban model NT-30SP, 30kbtu input, 22kbtu output. Appears to be a 1990 model that was only used by the wasp for a hotel..


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looking through the history of my coach I found multiple reports of plumbing/drain leaks, and the previous owner was told the shower enclosure was the problem so I dropped the gray tank to take a look


pretty easy to see where the leak was, a good sanding and cleaning then a nice coat of JB Weld will have this back to water tight..


So much for being lucky with only one burst pipe, all told there were 5 burst in the cold side and both the hot and cold drain valve bodies were cracked..


Oh...and the toilet was cracked too...so I had enough and it all came out..


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Since I had pretty much everything out I figured a coat of paint on the deck would clean it up nice...still need a second coat but it's a huge improvement.


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New water pump and accumulator are tucked up on the fender well, I'll be using Red/Blue PEX tube to replace all the removed copper.
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