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Potential water seeping, and genset overheat 450LXi
09-09-2015, 21:49 (This post was last modified: 09-10-2015 09:46 by dentmac.)
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Potential water seeping, and genset overheat 450LXi
Hi, After replacing the rotting bay floors and soaked insulation, I removed the wood on the front bulkhead of bay one, concerned that there was a leak there also. There was no leak, but 2 bolts from the wheel well were showing rust . The curb side well was not sealed and the water wicked in to cause the rust. Only the bolt is not SSteel. The picture showing the bolt locations shows a little of the front tire.
The other catch was just lucky by seeing from a different angle. There are 2 layers of louvers on the generator air intake. The 2nd layer is hard to see and 3 of my fins were closed. My genset is in the front so other 450's may not have that intake. Best to check.
Ross


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Ross MacKillop
Wiarton Ontario
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09-10-2015, 08:17
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RE: Potential water seeping, and genset overheat 450LXi
Ross, was your generator never relocated?

Ernie Ekberg
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Weatherford, Tx
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09-10-2015, 09:44
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RE: Potential water seeping, and genset overheat 450LXi
Nope ...It is in the bow on a nice slide out. Heart

Ross MacKillop
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