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Old 12-03-2017, 01:26 PM   #1
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Default 1991 International 9700 COE / RV

Moving on to another project. Wife will not learn to drive/shift this truck.
Here is the build. http://www.truckconversion.net/forum...-do-over-7336/

Cummings 350 Big cam,325 hp with 9 speed. 875,000 miles.
20 ' box. Roof A/C. On demand hot water 11L.
New tires (6) Air brake system almost all new. ( from the fire)

Arizona Title (RV) and plates. (that took 3 years and was a pain )
Water cooled Honda (think its a 6500 ? )
Cab A/C but needs compressor and a hose.
Their is still some work to do.



As it sits today. ( you finish ) $30,000

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Old 03-30-2021, 04:05 PM   #2
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Had a offer today. You know the check needs to go to the Bank and be cleared then I would need to setup shipping ?

What a Maroon ! LOL
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Had a offer today. You know the check needs to go to the Bank and be cleared then I would need to setup shipping ?

What a Maroon ! LOL
i'll be selling my little Tioga this weekend. Not looking forward to "The Craigslist Experience"



I live in AZ, and I'm considering a MDT conversion. Can you help me understand what all you had to get done to get the vehicle titled? 3 years is a loooooong time to deal with the professional Maroons at the state...what was the hold-up, what resolved it?
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My truck was a "Tractor" with a fifth wheel plate.That was the big problem. Their are like 5 or 6 things the truck must have to move into the "RV" class. The truck must have 3 or 4 of them to pass.

So the big thing will be was it a "Tractor" . It can be done but that is a real pain.
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My truck was a "Tractor" with a fifth wheel plate.That was the big problem. Their are like 5 or 6 things the truck must have to move into the "RV" class. The truck must have 3 or 4 of them to pass.

So the big thing will be was it a "Tractor" . It can be done but that is a real pain.
appreciate that, I'm in AZ and I wasn't expecting any big hiccups as long as it was Class 6 and had a walk-thru from the cab to the house.
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Bathroom
Power supply other than the truck (gen-set)
Food prep area.
Cook top
Bed area.
Can't remember the others. Should be able to find them on the net.
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Around here its 4 of the following 7.

Most insurance companies only consider it with #1 as mandatory.

1- permanently mounted toilet
2- pumped and drained water
3- cooking appliance
4- fridge
5- independent heat
7- bed

Government is same but doesn't seem to care about toilet just 4 of 7.

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Around here its 4 of the following 7.

Most insurance companies only consider it with #1 as mandatory.

1- permanently mounted toilet
2- pumped and drained water
3- cooking appliance
4- fridge
5- independent heat
7- bed

Government is same but doesn't seem to care about toilet just 4 of 7.

cheers,
What’s # 6, or is it a secret?
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Old 05-25-2021, 07:14 PM   #9
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#6- independent electrical system

Good thing this place is so quiet or I would have been called out a hundred times on ol #6.
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In Oregon, I registered these as RecreationVehicles:
* 30' OTR semi-trailer (I toted this with a 1974 Chevy CO semi-tractor licensed as a pickup truck... YeeHaw!)
* 1984 Peterbilt CO with condo and 16' box (276" wb... Yikes!)
* 1997 Ford CF8000 reefer van (Our full-time live-aboard since 2003, twenty-four months twenty-four thousand miles around south America, Alaska, Panama. Summers around remote mountain lakes, winters on isolated Baja beaches)
* 1966 Zeiman commercial flatbed trailer (I mounted a 16' box, and call it our toy-hauler)
* 1965 40' OTR reefer semi-trailer
and my latest project:
* 2006 garbage-truck.
RecreationVehicle, each and all.
.
In these, I install traditional RecreationVehicle components as required by TheLaw©:
* place to evacuate my bowels/bladder
* place to snooze
* place to cook
* place to shower.
I added a library, furniture from a stand-still house, and homey knick-knacks.
.
.
re:
register/license
.
The government agents want my money.
They have no interest in my use after I pay and leave the bureaucracy.
In fact, the faster they get me gone, the quicker the next paying customer can fork-over their hard-earned.
.
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I hear about folks working for months/years on their perfect ideal rig.
I often playfully ask:
* might you be over-thinking this?
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