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Old 09-01-2010, 05:56 PM
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E250/350 4x4 CoachmanConversion FSC

Well I have better pics,but cant find them when needed.
This was an E250 "Factory"Camper Conversion FSC (self contained)by Coachman then I had Kroeger Conversions in Redding install the 350 chassis with a 4x4.
I do need to raise it another few inches due to with very minimal articulation resulting in front fender contact
The pic is of it in RV parking at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio this summer.


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The isuzu engine got in there(the post) accidentally when I posted from Picassa.
Isuzu was a Title in Picassa I used for a mix of pics. I tried to omit it,but Picassa has some peculiarities I havent mastered yet.
So" no Isuzu for you" .....its just the low powered stocker windsor 351.

However with the high mileage on it,I will have to replace it pretty soon and do some basic mods for increase Torque.
Dont want to have an engine failure on the road.
I did that once with a 1984 36 ft rv at the very bottom of the Feather River Canyon in N cal. Thats between Oroville and Chester.
I had it towed to Yuba City(100mi approx) for an engine core replacement . Missed a weeks worth of work and cost tons of cash.
I want to avoid that next time around.

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that looks like what im looking for for my Baja trip next year!! Whats the motor in it?
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1990 E 350 Coachman 4x4 FSContained

Hello,
Ive been absent for about a year judging from my prior post.My computer crashed and i losteverytrhing I think. Pics and all . Id hoped Picassa still could be viewed but doesnt look that way.
The links just says it cant be found.
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