underthehood #862 (20 Photos, 3 Comments : Last updated 2018-02-01) 862 sat for a period of time in Portland and was a little worse for wear when we picked it up this spring. I'll be posting pictures to this album as I clean it up and get it road worthy again.
BigRabbitMan The Dieselfication of Coach 1046 (379 Photos, 59 Comments : Last updated 2018-01-15) This album is dedicated to following the process of Coach #1046 being converted from a 1976 Chrysler 440-I with a 4spd Allison AT540 transmission to a 2006 GMC Duramax LBZ turbo diesel with a 6spd Allison 1000 double overdrive transmission. There is a companion discussion thread in the Mechanic's Corner section of the Forum area of this site.
robgale FMC #577 (0 Photos, 0 Comments : Last updated 2017-10-02) Pictures of my FMC (Coach# 577)
hemi354az Studs/Nuts FMC 440 Exhaust Manifold (12 Photos, 1 Comment : Last updated 2017-09-29) Info and sources about removing, installing, sealing, corrosion on the cylinder head exhaust manifold studs and nuts on the FMC 440 engine.
hemi354az FMC Brake at the Wheel (2 Photos, 0 Comments : Last updated 2017-09-27) All four FMC Brakes are the same at the wheel. They all 4 look just like this picture.
BigRabbitMan West Coast Felton Rally - Sept 2017 (40 Photos, 7 Comments : Last updated 2017-09-26) Another fun and learning time was experienced at the Felton Rally. There were eight coaches present with the first appearance by one coach and the first rally for two owners.
Brent #460 (5 Photos, 2 Comments : Last updated 2017-09-13)
Darren 621 - Tempered Glass (2 Photos, 1 Comment : Last updated 2017-08-31) Images of the tempered glass and rivets from coach #621.
Dynaguytn Hughes, #970 Engine (18 Photos, 10 Comments : Last updated 2017-08-28) Initial shots of a degreased engine bay
email@example.com Bruce Nolan #729 (2 Photos, 2 Comments : Last updated 2017-08-16) coach #729 moved from Minn. to Ca.
craigaramsey Rear Differential Parts (4 Photos, 6 Comments : Last updated 2017-08-14) Does anyone know what kind of rear differential I have based on these pics? I know it's a long shot but we're having trouble finding info. The mechanics are going to take it apart in the morning to look for part numbers but I thought I'd check here too. I have a Detroit Diesel 8.2L Fuel Pincher that revs high in neutral. The damage occurred when I was in park and I accidentally went from reverse into drive while it was revving high. Thanks, Craig