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  1. Time for us to downsize... At 542,000 miles our Volvo conversion with the garage has served us well. As attaching photo files here is very challenging I ask you to either mail me at jayslaptop@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/groups/368741390204588/?multi_permalinks=536010363477689&notif_id=1539042091918724&notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic #425, 501, eight five three zero. Thank you for your interest, Jay
  2. Clean, clean, clean No smoking, no pets 465 D12 engine 13 speed manual transmission Custom deck with tool boxes plus ramps Made to haul Smart Car or side-by-side Tandem axle Bunk sleeper Trailer Saver air ride hitch Tires like new Full air ride suspension $35,000 obo Cash only Call (520) 393-9416 Currently located 20 miles south of Fargo, ND VIN: 4V4NC9GH96N412205 Mileage: 694,500 Click For Full-Size Image. Click For Full-Size Image. Click For Full-Size Image. Click For Full-Size Image.
  3. Bob and Louise

    Volvo VIN search

    Is there a good place to research a Volvo VNL, similar to Carfax? Thanks in advance -Bob
  4. This is to update the latest on this subject -- California prices... Same components as Trey's (see his post in 2015), total for us comes to about DOUBLE -- $3600: $107 - Regulator control $191 - Fan $40 - Gasket $575 - Fuel Pump kit $973 - Accessory driving device $1886 -- parts total Labor was 4 hrs diag + 4 hrs to repair ($1400); total = $3286 (excl. tax & other shop charges, approx. $500)
  5. MsChrissi

    Red Flyer interior progress

    It's been some time since we have updated... First we worked on the power panel by the entry door, this is a modular panel and laid out and functions much like aboard a large yacht. Since the overall interior is small all control and switching functions are carried out on the panel, almost every switch is also a breaker. Click For Full-Size Image. Click For Full-Size Image. There is an inset shelf at the bottom of the power panel with outlets to charge cell phones etc. Back side of power panel is accessible because whole wall is on hinges Click For Full-Size Image. The galley itself is all custom except the obvious appliances. The fridge is a 110v 11 cu ft. Whirlpool works very well off of our 400w of solar and 4 house batteries, Morning and evening top off with the Honda though the Trimetric is never below 50% in the morning. The drawer boxes are 1/8" tig welded aluminum to maximize internal space. The drawer slides are hold-in type RV slides, they have worked well. Not evident in the picture above is the plenum/atrium area above the galley that has yacht portlights into the footwell of the sky deck above. The barrel front cabinets feature steam bent oak rails top and bottom. Click For Full-Size Image. The ports open to allow hot galley air out. The counter is granite, the round sink is quite deep. The wall behind is tiled now. The seat next to the fridge door is in front of the closed rear slide out. When the rear slide is out the plywood base of the queen bed folds down behind it. The Dinette slide out was a big project. The area under the seats must accommodate a lot of stored stuff for preparing a huge dinner party we do each year with friends at a get together, some is accessed by removing the bottom cushions, some you open the doors and comes out on 200lb slides. The table removes and stores behind the seat back. A brace fits in the wall latch for the table top to secure the 2x3ft parrot cage when we are rolling, sockets on the floor of the dinette take screw down clamps to lock in the cage. The shades are double honeycomb hex cell shades for their insulating value in direct sunlight. The walls and ceiling are covered in a foam padded vinyl. All the wood started as solid oak lumber and was cut, sawn/milled/thickness planed and routed to size and shape. Click For Full-Size Image. It's been fun doing all the different types of work. Next project, the little bathroom.
  6. bluflame11

    Volvo running warm

    Hi Everyone! I am looking to see if anyone has any advice or has been through this before. I have noticed that my truck gets warmer than I think it should when pulling hills. I start watching the temperature gauge slowly climb while going up a hill to the point is turns on the "check" light as in the pic below. This only happens when pulling long grades with an outside temp over 75 degrees. Once or twice, it has warmed up as far as to trigger the "stop" light and displayed "engine coolant temp too high". but, mostly it just gets to the warning in the picture and stays there, then when I crest the hill, the temp comes back down and the light goes out. AS you can see in the photo, the temp gauge is nearing the red line. I have had it to the local dealership on 3 occasions to try to figure this out. It leaves no codes in the computer for them. They have replaced the temperature sensor and the fan clutch, but this is still happening. I have asked them about whether I should replace the radiator or the water pump? they say that those rarely go bad, and they don't think that they are the problem. I even went so far as to take the truck hooked to the camper to have a tech ride with me with the computer hooked up....of course that turned out to be a beautiful, cool, 68 degree day and no matter how hard I ran the truck up hills, it would not heat up at all ( of course...). They did ride along and confirmed the temperature gauge was reading correctly, so they ruled out a malfunctioning gauge. ... the following week we went to the beach and it heated up again... I am at a loss and have no idea where to turn. I am worried the truck could shut down somewhere, or It will run hot and cause damage...any ideas would be greatly appreciated as I have been dealing with this situation for nearly 2 years now...
  7. SOLD 1999 Volvo VNL610 64T Asking $30,500 750,000 miles Engine and Transmission: Cummings n14 celet plus; HP 435/525; 10-speed auto shift. Professionally maintained. Exterior: Full custom paint. Rear Deck: Custom built rear deck with integrated top and side storage boxes. Room to carry a side-by-side, smart car, or motorcycle. Tires:295/85/22.5 drive tires are new as of last year; fronts are good and have a solid 50% tread left. Interior: Completely reupholstered interior with all new oak cabinetry and “driver air-suspension” seats for both driver and passenger. Interior set-up includes refrigerator, microwave, television, and a 2000-watt inverter Location: Truck is located in Medford, Oregon, and titled as a motorhome in Oregon. Non-smoker. This is a great truck and the best on the market for the money. For detailed photos click on the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/tmTn1CDCGvoEzA4u9 Call for any questions or more details; Shawn 541-601-7776
  8. SOLD 2003 Volvo VNL610 Asking $38,500 (Note: I will deduct $2,000 if Motorcycle lift is not included with sale) 633,700 miles D12 Engine-465hp 10 speed Easton auto shift Easy pedal clutch Singled Long-accommodates smart car with hitch adjustment Exterior: Custom paint. Rear Deck: Custom built rear Deck is ¼” steel sheet. Two 60 inch toolboxes have always been bone dry and do not leak. Built to carry a golf cart, a smart car, or motorcycle. Currently set up with a Rampage motorcycle lift-system for easy load and unloading. Tires: Excellent condition, Fronts less than 10<00 miles and rears less than 3,000 miles. No rot. Rear camera on the back of cab mounted on “headboard.” Interior: Completely reupholstered with “driver air-suspension” seats for both driver and passenger. A custom Jack-knife RV style bench seat installed with DOT approved seat belts installed. Folds down for a bed. Custom cabinets and storage installed. Interior has factory upgraded teak wood door panels and upper storage cabinet fronts. Brand new Alpine stereo system with Blue-tooth and hands-free phone Always stored inside a heated shop. Misc: 3 brand new batteries installed 1 month ago; Fully serviced less than 200 miles ago and ready to go across the country. Location: Truck is located in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, and titled as a motorhome in Idaho. (45 minutes from Spokane airport) Non-smoker and no pets. This is a great truck and excellent way to enter the HDT world. Only a lifestyle change requires me to sell. For detailed photos click on the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ufdVkGGSZc1VdJyRA For more information or details: Email: djgallagher777@gmail.com Phone: 541-631-1172
  9. Sculptor

    Older batteries in a 2013 truck

    This is a basic battery question. It happens to be about our 2013 Volvo also, but the answers would apply to batteries in general. Just one of a few threads I found: The dealer tested the batteries 750 amps. Any time we climbed in the truck it always started and no problems I could tell. Someone may have left a switch on last weekend. Today it will only turn over once then stops. I plugged in the shore power and turned on the inverter. (It was not plugged in all winter but started every 2 or 3 weeks and run for 15 minutes or so) Hoping the inverter can bring the batteries up. The battery cables had corrosion that was cleaned off last fall. Today I noticed the corrosion is back and a bit worse than it was. Both positive and negative terminals. question: Now that the charge on the batteries has been drained does that mean they won't hold a charge anymore? I'm not sure when they were installed. 2013 VNL 450K miles.
  10. There are two 2011 Volvo 730s with Smart Car beds for sale at Kansas RV Ctr. These units are on consignment so I would think that some price negotiations are in order.
  11. Selling our 2017 Volvo 42T780, D13 Engine, I-Shift Transmission, Factory Singled. Registered in Alaska as a Motorhome and stored inside when not in use. 33K (33,000) miles, AliArc Bumper, Herrin Bed, and ET Hitch. Buy here in Alaska and you can drive it home. $160,000.00 or OBO We are the original owners, ordering this Volvo. This vehicle has never been used Commercially. Seperately we will be selling our 2015 SMART Car and 2017 DRV Houston w/Solar System. If interested in a package deal for everything we can negotiate a final price.
  12. Unit is sold - 2009 Volvo 780 and 2011 Smart Volvo is a VNL780, I Shift (12 speed), 420,000 miles. It has twin 125 Gallon tanks, D16 engine at 525 HP, Double bunk sleeper (Bottom bunk converts into workstation), Diesel bunk heater, fridge, inverter and microwave. Licensed in Texas as a motorhome. White in color. New batteries Feb of 2018. New tires Mar 2016. Custom bed to haul Smart. Singled long with staircase to help with loading the Smart. Storage on both sides of bed. ET hitch and Jackalope. Hitch camera with extra wiring for three trailer cameras. Pressure Pro tire sensors. Onin 6K diesel inverter generator under left faring ($8000 new) – will generate 50 amp continuous. Smart is a 2011 passion coupe with 18,000 miles – Silver and Gray. We have decided to quit traveling as much and bought two houses to chase the weather. Currently located in Yuma AZ and will be moving to Coarsegold CA in about three weeks. Asking $69,000 OBO. Either PM or E-mail questions to wllane@walker-evelyn.com Could only upload two images.
  13. NeverEasy

    2007 VOLVO 780 IN FLORIDA

    Browsing Craigslist while down in FL and came across this. Over 1 million miles. https://lakeland.craigslist.org/hvo/d/tractortrailer-2007-v0lv0/6528694189.html
  14. RV Hauler- Horse Totoer for sale - 1996 Volvo M11 Cummins! $31,400 $29,950 OBO I would be willing to take your pickup truck in trade it must be a full size truck! your truck in 25k cash.. lets see what you have? High and Low jake brake! 10 speed rockwell stick shift not an auto! miles 880,200 This is one of a kind turn key ready to go with a ton of new parts! Decked out with a full DVR cam system and 200 watts of solar! We have decided to come off the road and build a house. This truck is super safe and has tons of storage for its size,being a smaller M11 it is better on fuel then most. THIS RUNS LIKE A TOP! PERFECT ! - Oil change only has 600 miles on it fully greased and ready to go! - New tie rod ends both just replaced - Newer Turbo 7,000 miles on it - Newer Clutch 20,000 miles ago - New Starter 200 miles ago - CB - Newer 2 year old batteries that have been well taken care of with the solar toping them off every day! - Newer tires 2 years old with 4,000 miles on them ALL 6 TIRES REPLACED ! - New steering box 9,000 miles - New U joints and carrier bearing 800 miles on them - New windshield and rubber gasket! - newer flex exhaust pipe - Newer radiator core - The interior was redone 10 years ago.. - New shifter boot - 1,000 watt new power inverter with volt meter gauge mounted where you can see it. - Usb ports built in the dash! - NEW coolent change 600 mils ago - New 4 cam system DC runs the batteries and solar, tells you speed as well - Full size Sleeper -Dual Air ride seats -All new LED lights interior and exterior Things wrong with the truck - The passenger window does not work the motor is good, but the track needs to be replaced the part is cheap I just haven't had the time to do the job! - Needs a driver side window weather strip, again this part dose not cost much! -Windshield washer hoses need to be replaced, easy low cost fix. 30 amp charge controller so you can charge the 4 batteries on board with a switch on the fly no need to hook the batteries up at a rv park. I have all the receipts to show all of the additions made to the truck and all the maintenance done! I also have all the photos of the truck as it was being converted to a RV hauler. Air ride RV 5th wheel hitch $2,500 with NEW air bags.. Also comes with a goose neck adaptor! Custom RV hauler bed ALL ALUMINUM NOT LIKE MOST STEEL this bed will not rust! Big tool bays that DONT LEAK! Email if interested: RossDeprey@gmail.com Please no tire kickers CASH ONLY! I will NOT! finance this truck FOR YOU CASH ONLY!!! RV not included FOR MORE PHOTOS OF THE TRUCK GO TO THIS LINK! - http://www.thedepreys.com/truck.htm
  15. rbertalotto

    Volvos for sale

    Stopped overnight at a Flying J and picked up a Trucks For Sale magazine......Thought this might interest some of you HDT folkks... 60 Volvos for sale with 60month / 5 year warrantee..... https://images41.fotki.com/v1661/photos/2/36012/8599305/IMG_20180208_073013909-th.jpg
  16. For Sale 2014 Volvo VNL780 - Registered as RV in Oklahoma 535,000mi D13 500hp 2,000 ft/lbs tq Automatic I-Shift 12 Speed Luxury Package - Two Tone Leather Seats, Upgraded Passenger Seat w/Air-Ride Controls Sleeper Cab with Bunk Bed above and Work Station Table that also converts into a bed ABS Air Brake System w/ Engine Braking Michelin Steer Tires and Rear Tires in Great Condition Twin 150 Gallon Fuel Tanks Axle Lockers, Hill Start Assist Jackalopee Conversion Box 2" Receiver Hitch Email for additional information: seth@acdcia.com $ 75,000.00 obo
  17. 2009 Volvo 730, i-shift automatic , 535.000 miles, full steel deck with 4 boxes, cruise , jake breaks, power windows, doors, mirrors, Air seats, fridge, microwave, workstation. New headlights (brighter) wheel balancers, sprayed liner on deck. ed jackalop, trailer saver air ride hitch . All filters and fluids changed Registered as motorhome.. Truck is in great shape. Original price asking $90,000. Dropped to &75,000. Now rock bottom reduced price at $70,000. I have many more pictures, so please contact if interested at davesuebanville@gmail.com .
  18. Thanks for all of the info and experience you have all posted on this forum, I've learned nearly everything I know about HDT Rv haulers from here. I'm up to page 95 of the 117 archived here. I have just purchased a 2000 Volvo that has a Cummins ISM mated to a Gen 1 Autoshift thats having problems. It shifts fine and engages into gear when its cold, after 10 minutes or so if it is taken out of gear it will not engage again. It didn't do it on my brief test drive, but the seller and his mechanic both describe the same problem. Seller says if truck is on slight incline and can roll just a little bit it will drop into gear, or if shifted into gear immediately after restarting the truck it will engage. My plan is to fuel the truck a few blocks away from the shop and drive it the 4hrs home without taking it out of gear. Any suggestions about what to do if i do get stuck unable to get the truck in gear on the way would be helpful. As the man said, no plan survives first contact with the enemy, lol. The sellers shop 4 hrs away where the truck is told me they contacted Eaton who told them Gen 1 was no longer supported and best course of action was to replace it with a manual. Eaton suggestion to try and fix the Autoshift was to put a harness and XY into it for about a 70% chance of resolving it. Their diagnostic computer wouldn't even recognize the transmission. He has a transmission shop in his area that said they could convert the trans to manual internally with sliders, bearings, etc. for about $300 in parts plus labor. Of course would still need a tower/shifter for the manual. I purchased it at a price reflecting a serious transmission problem, and have a friend who's been a tech at a local Peterbilt dealership for 30 years who will be fixing it. He's told me he has done 12-15 replacements of Gen1 Autoshifts with used manual transmissions due to the ongoing problems with the electronics on them. He feels throwing parts at the Gen 1 would not be a permanent fix as something else, or the same thing, is likely to break again later. He has been very clear that you cannot simply remove the harness, sensors and XY shifter and replace them with a manual tower and shifter, internal parts and clearances are different although the case and design are the same. Usually they have been OTR trucks purchased cheaply and being converted for use as vocational trucks of some sort. My tech says the other option is to replace all of the harness, TCM, XY shifter, etc. with Gen 3 parts thereby upgrading it to a Gen 3 and reprogram the ECM on the engine to be compatible with it. He feels the Gen 3 has proven to be a solid reliable system. Both options appear to be similar in cost, prob $4-6k. I have tried to read everything I can find here and on Google searches about Gen 1 Autoshifts (including that according to Eaton, they have all been field upgraded to at least Gen 1.5) and their problems, although hearing that Eaton was no longer supporting them was a surprise. Any knowledgeable advice regarding the path forward would be very appreciated. Thanks in advance for your time and consideration. Robert
  19.  2000 Volvo VNL 610 with Cummins ISM and Eaton Fuller 10 Speed Autoshift for sale - $34,000 Purchased the truck a few years ago from another forum member, have enjoyed the truck immensely. This truck has performed great, we do a large trip (3-5k miles) every summer and this rig has always gotten it done without stress or panic. I have zero concerns with driving this truck anywhere in the country on a moment’s notice. Some specifics · Truck was singled and decked in 2005 by Pete's Truck and Trailer in Belle Fouche South Dakota · 400 HP Cummins ISM with an Eaton Fuller 10 Speed Autoshift · Air Ride / Air Brakes / 220 Gallon Fuel capacity / 864,xxx miles · 235” wheelbase · 24.5 Continental Steers and General Rears on Alcoa Chrome Rims · Driver and Passenger seats are Bostrom Wide Ride Leather Air Ride adjustable with arm rests · Sleeper Couch is in the same material and jack knifes flat for overnight · Nonsmoking truck · Four fresh batteries a couple years ago · Had new radio / cd / dvd installed as well as all new speakers in the cab (great sound) with dual exterior cameras (deck view and a portable magnetic one for hitching up solo) · Glass is good with the exception of one small circle chip · Radiator was upgraded to an aluminum · Air Conditioning with auto control works well and is ice cold · 13 mpg empty / 9 – 10.5 mpg depending on the load and conditions · Registered as a motor home in Minnesota Deck is 99 inches wide and measures 11 feet to the front of the 5th wheel hitch in the short position and 13 foot 3 inches when the hitch is in the long position. I will set the hitch at which ever length is desired and will include the parts to move it between the lengths. In the short configuration we can haul a pair of side x sides or a pair of atvs or a Smart Car. In the long position we can haul 3 atv’s. Toolboxes under the deck are aluminum with the boxes measuring 4 feet long, 2 feet tall and 22 inches deep. If you want to dip your toe in the HDT market with a fully converted, motorhome registered truck which carries a pretty full set of features at a reasonable price this one should definitely be considered. We have been using it to haul 3 atv’s on the deck, it works very well and has plenty of space. If you only need to haul a pair of machines or a Smart Car you can run with the hitch in the short position and have a shorter overall truck. Truck is pictured with both lengths of the hitch. Feel free to contact (call or txt) me with any questions; direct line is 701-371-9988. Please don't use messaging on this site as I don't check it very often. The truck is located near Fargo ND. $34,000 obo Here are a bunch of pics
  20. Parrformance

    Arvey

    Seems like toting Jeeps is becoming popular. I am glad we ran into an HDT in Arkansas, we were pushing the limits with our one ton Dodge. My wife Licia, myself, a dog, (Diesel), and a truck named Arvey:) will be heading to Pennsylvania, and New York, to wheel with friends, and visit the Finger Lakes area, next month.
  21. Turnkey Package (Volvo & Smart): $46,000 2000 Volvo770 Detroit 60 Series/ Eaton Auto Shift, Sears Elite Seats, Smart Hauler bed, Drom Box, Complete Paint job, Trailer Saver air hitch, Pressure Pro tire monitoring system Work Done: 2009: Drag link, chassis air bags, cab air bags, chassis shocks, cab shocks rear tires, 2010: Front tires, Synthetic transmission fluid and axles done by Volvo. 2011: ECM by Central Power System and Services in Salina KS. (Have print out), 2L Custom Hauler Body with Smart Car air loader, Drom box and complete paint job. 2014: New Batteries 2011 Smart Passion (leather/ heated seats, P26 Comfort Pkg, P21 Cruise Control Pkg (no paddle shifters) and 7 year transferable extended warranty) ​Volvo $39,500 PHOTOS of Truck with Additional Info: http://classyrv.com/viewlisting.php?listing_id=124715 NO SMOKING... NO PETS... All Vehicles have CLEAR TITLES Currently located in Montgomery, TX 832-715-6782 or email rauch6@juno.com NO Third Party Solicitation
  22. bluflame11

    Looking to upgrade from pickup

    HI everyone! I am new to posting here. I have been doing some research at length and trying to put everything together, but I was wondering if I can get some recommendations on my specific situation! We currently tow our 41 foot fifth and a gooseneck with antique tractors with a 2004 Dodge with the cummins and six speed. While adequate power, I am growing more concerned regarding braking and suspension with each trip. Which is, of course, what prompted me to look into MDT. Our family consists of myself, my wife, a 4 year old and a one year old. Because they are still in car seats, I felt that a 4 door was necessary. ... I started my research and I really liked the SportChassis type freightliner and really liked the SportTruckRV version! I am one who wants to have power to spare, so I was specifically looking at the M2 112 version with the bigger displacement motor. However, we were not very excited about the price tags.... I am currently looking at a 2008 SportChassis with the 12 liter MBE and 35,000 miles on it and 2000 miles away from me....it looks great but ....unfortunately with a hefty price tag. Then I came across a used 2007 Volvo VNL 730 with 465 hp D12 and 580,000 miles. This was used most recently to haul grain trailers for a farm. it is 800 miles away from me. This has the sleeper, but the refrig is removed and it has been set up with 2 captains chairs sitting sideways and a dinette style table in the back. it is 1/3 the price of the SportChassis. I guess my concerns are: 1. Driving a large HDT- I have a non-commercial class A license, but without driving either MDT or HDT before, the MDT is less intimidating 2. Will it be a problem getting the car seats in and kids in the car seats, or would 4 doors be a lot better? 3. The Volvo is still a tandem....is it ok to leave it that way or will this need to be changed? 4. License/registration in PA....can it be an RV or does it have to be registered as a truck? 5. Is 580,000 miles too much and should I stay away based on that? 6. Parking when out on a trip without the fifth 7. Getting into some campgrounds...the truck is 12' tall, but the camper I guess would still be the limiting factor at 13'6" 8. Any other suggestions I am missing? I know these have probably been answered in one way or another multiple times on this great forum, but I was looking for recommendations for my situation in PA with 2 small children. Thanks in advance for all your help!
  23. I have found the perfect truck or at least I think so but it has a Eaton 10 speed manual. Low miles, clean, price, nice paint, engine, right year, long w.b. but the transmission. Currently I drive a 6-speed manual F-350 with manual so I am use to the clutch. Clearly there are more manual transmissions in HDT's than Auto's at least in the pre-2007 year HDT's. Pretty sure I understand the con's; -Shifting -Resale Are you driving a manual HDT? If so tell me about your experience.
  24. Truck sold! Please DELETE.
  25. Hi, New to the Forums, Looking to upgrade from F-150 and Travel Trailer to 5th wheel. Price of new trucks is ridiculous! Even used ones are going for big money unless they are high mileage or 10 years old. planning on retiring in 5 years and want to get a jump on a new unit and truck to continue traveling on our vacations. I have been researching the HDT hauler Option and it seems like a cost effective way to get a great hauler. I have searched the for sale forum as well as racing junk, truck paper etc and have only found one within 2 hours of the Hudson Valley NY where I live. It seems all the nice ones are located 3000 or more miles away! Is there anything else for sale in NY or the North East - NY, NJ, Penn, Ct, Mass? I like the Volvo's with the workstation, but could consider other options. An Automatic is a must have as wife does a lot of the driving and we both have knee problems at various times. Any leads are appreciated I would like to look local before having to fly out and find something far far away. Thank you, Matt Hudson Valley, NY
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