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Topic: Winter time with a truck mount
Posted By: jtuseo
Subject: Winter time with a truck mount
Date Posted: 12/October/2006 at 11:39pm
What is the best way to stop freezing up your truckmount in the winter. I was told run windsheild wiper fluid through the unit until it comes out of the wand. What do you guys do?



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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 12/October/2006 at 11:43pm
Mine are all parked in a heated garage.
You can also put heaters inside the vansBig smile


Posted By: Mr. Slide
Date Posted: 12/October/2006 at 11:47pm
I put a heater in the van on cold nightsWink
 
But in No. california only 20-30 nights to
worry about!
 
                                  SmokeyAL


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Posted By: nightrider
Date Posted: 12/October/2006 at 11:54pm

CANADIANS GO SWIMMING IN THAT TEMPERATURE

                                          NIGHTRIDER

 

 



Posted By: thermedix
Date Posted: 13/October/2006 at 12:04am
Snowing tonight, I just put  heaters in the vans. There goes the hydro bills again...

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Posted By: nightrider
Date Posted: 13/October/2006 at 12:41am
You say that you're from the Antartic...........should be snowing every night..................and you shouldn't have Hydro
 
                                                Nightrider


Posted By: Ninja-wand
Date Posted: 13/October/2006 at 12:47am
Hydro-chronic??

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Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 14/October/2006 at 4:10pm
Electric radiator heater from walmart kmart walgreens. Set one on each side on low and if your van is WELL insulated it will stay above freezing inside when its below 0 outside...
 
I would be cautious with window wash fluid... some types freeze when its reeeeeeel cold.
 


Posted By: jtuseo
Date Posted: 14/October/2006 at 4:58pm
Ok john thank you

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 14/October/2006 at 8:45pm
Make sure you use very heavey extension cords. There is no guarantee of not kicking out a breaker.  I just would.t chance it. My vans are inside all covered up for the cold nights?

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Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 14/October/2006 at 10:09pm
Thats for sure doug. 14 gauge minimum. 2 Oil filled radiator heaters on low will run 1200 watts (600w each) v.s. one on high at 1500 watts.
 
 


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 14/October/2006 at 10:45pm
some guys just buy a water pump and keep the water running all night...
 
my trucks both go inside....
 
truck is good outside to about -15 if insulated


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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 16/October/2006 at 7:13pm
 Don't buy cheap electric heaters, you will burn them out in a season or less!

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 12:21pm
Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

some guys just buy a water pump and keep the water running all night...
 
my trucks both go inside....
 
truck is good outside to about -15 if insulated
Maybe it the GTA but here it would be frozeup hard?? I know personally?  It is not worth the gamble??


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 5:00pm
The water pump thing works.....1gpm works good...
 
Foam is the best I just got my 2005 done before I put the equipment in...
 
I'll see if I can take a picture and post it...
 
he charged me $550 but most times it goes for 750-800 maybe even $1000 if you do the floor


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 5:31pm
Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

The water pump thing works.....1gpm works good...
 
Foam is the best I just got my 2005 done before I put the equipment in...
 
I'll see if I can take a picture and post it...
 
he charged me $550 but most times it goes for 750-800 maybe even $1000 if you do the floor


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 5:41pm


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 5:45pm
looks like the bat cave.....it's the only way to go....a 60 watt bulb can keep it from freezing.....this is insulation

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 7:21pm
I thought $250.00 was alot for my last one?? Now Steamer how much will the wrap cost you when you have it put on??

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 7:53pm
1000 for the art work... 500 per truck...
 
you pay more for everything in the GTA...
 
I paid the same guy 300 5 years ago..... the 450 3 years ago.....now 550..
 
shocking...but I need it done...
 
how does it look?????with the old cleanco sitting in it????
 
getting the shaft on monday....
 
resprayed the tanks and the reel....looks like brand new second hand
 


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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 21/October/2006 at 10:45pm
How do you modify the dog house where the shaft comes threw? I see you only get the shaft on Mondays I can get it almost any day? Art work sounds cheap enough you must not put much on each truck?  Why do you have the stainless partition? Just curious? Van looks in good shape for a city unit? They look much better with the appearance package rather than that black plastic look? Now that you just spent $5000.00 for a new van what's next on your shopping list?

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 1:18am
The partition will stop flying objects...plus with no windows it helps for security..this is the GTA and other carpet cleaners will go window shopping if you're careless...
 
Getting a custom pto shaft gives me the flexiblity to put the unit further back in the truck.
 
reels and tanks have been repainted...just to bolt in....
 
all the oils have been changed
 
really nothing else on my list...just send that puppy out to make some money.
 
hope to have it finished by Friday.  I love putting trucks together I wish this one was for me.
 
why buy a new unit??? when the old stuff works fine.  and looks great with a coat of paint..
 
I'll sell it right now for 40grand....but all us carpet cleaners are a bunch of broke d icks


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 1:20am
the dog house......you cut a hole with a sawsall...then you put a rubber housing around the whole and push the shaft through

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 2:02am
Looks goodBig smile


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 11:43am
Mr. Steamer how do you find enough time in a day for all your duties??

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 11:45am
I am a fan of no windows  except front in vans. I have actually had a bodyman remove side door glass before painting. Out of sight out of mind plus extra advertising room?  Besides older vans used to rust around the door glass?

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Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 12:01pm
Does look good, kinda like the inside of my freezer..lol!! I have tinted windows in the rear and the side doors with NO RUST around the door glass... 95 Chevy.


Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 2:44pm
Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

Mr. Steamer how do you find enough time in a day for all your duties??
 
 
He doesn't sleep anymore. Too busyWink


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 9:57pm
It's been hard.....but lately I just can't sleep...so it's ok..
 
it's hard beeing a ....
husband...father....brother...son...grandson..uncle..cousin...phone booker...mechanic...lawnboy...mister maid....soccer coach...forum poster...business owner...and the list goes on...


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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 22/October/2006 at 10:37pm
Stop already. You're making me tiredSleeping


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 3:55pm
Man of many hats?? Mr. Steamer did you get your shaft in and fire that baby up yet??

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 4:10pm

Well doug I wish it was that easy....

The cast iron fitting the holds the alternator has to come off and be grinded down to allow space for the shaft plate attachment...plus the main engine pull has to be taken off also....I still got a lot of work to do...
 
The funny thing is...even after I do all the work...it's still gonna cost me over 3 grand......LOL
 
merry x-mas you stupid Mr. Steamer carpet cleaner


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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 4:21pm
I could of sold you a truckmount for that price...................nah! you wouldn't want it.Smile

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 6:38pm
I have two old truck mounts...3 times the charm...how much????

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 6:54pm
For you Mr. Steamer the truckmount is free, $3500 for the heat exchangers LOL 

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 9:44pm
Tooo much his special # is $3000.

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 9:46pm
Well one thing you will find the fuses are mounted on the left lower inner fender well where you can't get at them? You will certainly know both the unit and the van when you are done?

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 10:33pm
There's nothing like getting intimate with you carpet cleaning vanLOL


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 11:40pm
Butler is now selling in Canada. But they are very expensive new. I kept googling " Butler system" and found a immaculate one for 18000 about 2 years ago and it has been fantastic. New they can get upwards of 50,000
If you find a mint used one grab it.


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 24/October/2006 at 11:51pm
my cleanco looks like new....some paint...a few coats of clear....ready to rock with my socks out

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 25/October/2006 at 1:09am
Originally posted by danmarck82 danmarck82 wrote:

Butler is now selling in Canada. But they are very expensive new. I kept googling " Butler system" and found a immaculate one for 18000 about 2 years ago and it has been fantastic. New they can get upwards of 50,000
If you find a mint used one grab it.
 
There are lots of used Butlers for sale for a reasonable price in the US. Check out Jon Don or JWCBig smile


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 25/October/2006 at 8:29am
who wants a butler anyways????

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Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 25/October/2006 at 5:12pm
You would if you ever got a chance to use one. .... They are super dependable and very well designed. Period. But that's not to say other companies don't have good products also but you very seldom hear a butler owner ever trash the butler name....


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 4:55pm
I had a butler once. Things got slow and had to let him go?

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 5:59pm
people are so in love with named brand.....
 
butler prochem etc.
 
same crap


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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 8:07pm
Sort of like the virus called  Clean Cold?? If you keep one long enough you are bound to get the shaft?

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 8:10pm
I thought cleancolds all came with a spare???????Big smile

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 8:17pm
My 1995 Classic is still running with the original shaft. Clutch has been changed once. 6600 hoursShocked


Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 8:20pm
You better touch wood. A little praying wouldn't hurt either Big smile

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 8:21pm
Pray to the carpet cleaning gods  Big smile

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 9:03pm
just get a cleanmore shaft...with grease nipples
 
aint nothing like greasin a tit


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Posted By: thermedix
Date Posted: 28/October/2006 at 10:25pm
I have replaced the bearings in the cleanco shafts before, they last for quite a few years, takes longer to get the shaft out then it does to replace the bearings,  Montreal Bearing or any bearing supplier stocks them, (non greasable)

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 29/October/2006 at 1:15am
Greaseable would be much better, but Cleanco doesn't want things to last foreverCry


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 29/October/2006 at 4:37pm
Like your patients???

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 29/October/2006 at 7:52pm
Or your mind!Big smile

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 29/October/2006 at 10:17pm
You have already lost your mind if you bought one in the first place?

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 29/October/2006 at 10:56pm
mine is no longer a cleanco....it's a SteamerHO

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 1:20am
I never did have much of a mind. So it was no big lossLOL


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 7:19am
doug why the big dislike for cleanco's???
 
just because they don't stand behind their product????
just because their parts are damn more expensive than a new machine???
Just because they are f'd-up people theirthat really don't want to sell replacement part???
Just because the damn thing is killing the truckslowly???
Just because you can't get any real real heat out of them???
Just because the heat exchangers always has problems after a while???
Just because their tanks are made of sub standard metal???
 
well those aren't any reasons
 


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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 7:41am
wow I never thought of those reasons??

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 7:47am
You forgot expensive to operate. Cry

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 8:34am
I went to St.Catherines from oakvile did a 3 room call and then to welland did a four room call and then one estimate..
 
cost $45 just in gas...a brand new 2006 cleanco ....BRAND NEW
 
I can't afford that..lol


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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 9:36am
Steamer: how much per hour do you figure it costs to run the cleanco?Cry ...........I could run all day on 5 gallons of gas with my slide-in, $2-3 an hour

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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 10:15am
I figure about $8-$9/hr for my CleancosShocked


Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 10:20am
Ouch! Cry

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 1:53pm
Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

I went to St.Catherines from oakvile did a 3 room call and then to welland did a four room call and then one estimate..
 
cost $45 just in gas...a brand new 2006 cleanco ....BRAND NEW
 
I can't afford that..lol
Why the hell would you have to drive that far for a job??  It has to be something exceptiional for us to go over 30 miles??


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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 1:55pm
Originally posted by cmaster cmaster wrote:

I figure about $8-$9/hr for my CleancosShocked
I thought it would be kind of tough to gross $8-$9/hr with a clean cold?? My mistake I thought he asked how much an hour you can make with a clean cold??


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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 2:07pm
Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

Originally posted by cmaster cmaster wrote:

I figure about $8-$9/hr for my CleancosShocked
I thought it would be kind of tough to gross $8-$9/hr with a clean cold?? My mistake I thought he asked how much an hour you can make with a clean cold??
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Posted By: nightrider
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 2:13pm

I'm surprised the unit was still in tact after a long drive............usually all the bolts & screws come lose on the way...........I hate to sat this but I think you wouls be better off with a Recoil Portable than a Cleanco

I hope Ed doesn't read this post

                                               Nightrider



Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 2:17pm
Thats why he needs a second truck...........to follow behind and pick up the parts after a job LOL

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 5:35pm
naw I was doing someone a favour...picking up some jobs he couldn't do...and using his truck....
 
but really I was spying to see how to put my old cleanco into the new truck.
 
man did it ever help..
 
but those new GM truck seem to burn a lot of gas.....but I was rushing so??


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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 8:15pm
What do you expect when you cover a 100 mile radius??

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 8:43pm

I didn't oakvile to st. cats is like from one in of goderich to the other..

blink and u miss it



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Posted By: cmaster
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 9:34pm
Originally posted by nightrider nightrider wrote:

I'm surprised the unit was still in tact after a long drive............usually all the bolts & screws come lose on the way...........I hate to sat this but I think you wouls be better off with a Recoil Portable than a Cleanco

I hope Ed doesn't read this post

                                               Nightrider

 
Ed's head is gonna swell, and his sales are skyrocketing as we speakThumbs Up


Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 30/October/2006 at 10:07pm
NR has promised half the carpet cleaners in North America that they can clean his chinese buffet if they buy a recoil....lolLOL

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 31/October/2006 at 1:28pm
Still no takers Yet?

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 31/October/2006 at 3:12pm
who would want to go to NR's buffet..
 
you might eat CAT!
 
Kitty fried rice is cheaper than chicken fried rice


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 31/October/2006 at 9:05pm
Maybe soup of sum young gay?

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Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 31/October/2006 at 9:17pm
Don't order >>> "cream of sum yung guy".  nightrider's special. lol!!!LOL


Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 31/October/2006 at 9:43pm
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Went to nightriders restaurant and >>>>
 
CLICK HERE to see your message.


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 01/November/2006 at 4:55pm
Do they serve frog legs in a chinesse resturant in Montreal??

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 03/November/2006 at 4:57pm
[QUOTE=doug]Do they serve frog legs in a chinesse resturant in Montreal??.................................Sure do they're in the poutine!Wink

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Posted By: nightrider
Date Posted: 03/November/2006 at 5:22pm
I hate frog legs.........unless they belong to a beautiful blond
 
                                              nightrider


Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 03/November/2006 at 6:36pm
You guys DON'T even know HOW to eat frog...................
 
You put one leg around your left ear and one leg around your right ear...lol Tounge


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 03/November/2006 at 9:44pm
you guys are confused with something else I think!


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 03/November/2006 at 9:45pm
What was the subject here again? I seem to get distracted by frogs, or something like that !!


Posted By: danmarck82
Date Posted: 06/November/2006 at 11:52pm
My van is not insulated, but it seems to stay warm enough with the front heater between jobs and after the jobs I put it in a heated garage.

Have left it outside one or two evenings in my life. It's not a good feeling when your wife wakes you up by saying " did you know you left your van out last night" . Those words haunt me!

Luckily I was able to drive it in the garage and slowly thaw it out without major damage. This is probably not the NORM . OR Prayers work!!!


Posted By: jtuseo
Date Posted: 13/November/2006 at 11:22pm
I am just running antifreeze through my tm & I am bringing my wands and rotovac in my house at night. I do not have a garage right now and I wont for at least 2 years.
 
Grab your socks and hold onto your *ocks!


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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 8:35am
I'm insulated I'm good down to -15*C......but I always bring them in to keep them out of the wind


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 3:23pm
BullS*it?

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Posted By: Superglide Ken
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 4:03pm
You are such the sceptic, Doug. Don't you know that the great Steamer can suspend the laws of phsics? The freeze point of water means nothing to him?

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 4:41pm
Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

BullS*it?
hell yes...good to -15 if there is no wind
-20...
 
with a slide -in there are no holes or cracks...as long as your door seals are good ...your good...
 
I have never frozen a piece of equipment yet...
 
I always turn on the heat on the last job full blast....
 
Get home close up all the doors tight
 
good for 12 hours....if you not going to use the truck in the morning...you should still start it ...let it warm up and then close the doors tight...if the sun is out should be good for the day....
 
you can't leave it out side for days...but with insulation your good for at least 12 hours over night
 
no bullsh*t..... I have done it and I live it...
 
1 whole year in 96 when I lived in a condo....parked outside
no heat...but good insulation...made it through the whole winterAngry
 
 


Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 4:43pm
I've done it to, but not on purpose.Shocked

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Posted By: MR. STEAMER
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 4:49pm
Originally posted by Superglide Ken Superglide Ken wrote:

You are such the sceptic, Doug. Don't you know that the great Steamer can suspend the laws of phsics? The freeze point of water means nothing to him?
if the temp INSIDE THE TRUCK doesn't drop below 0 how the hell is the water going to freeze you w**kerAngry


Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 7:12pm
I don't think I can continue to post here if you paople are going to keep on swearing?? Wht kind of A**Hole would leave his tm out in -15 temps???

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 7:55pm
Steamer.............................Big smile

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Posted By: doug
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 8:12pm
I would have never guessd he would be the one???

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Posted By: Superglide Ken
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 8:33pm
When you are great, you can fool almost everyone?

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Posted By: Hammy
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 9:02pm
Including yourself??Big smile

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Posted By: jtuseo
Date Posted: 14/November/2006 at 9:06pm
Why not at least put Antifreeze through the system?????

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