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Old 03-24-2022, 09:36 PM   #1
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Default 2018 Transit 350 HD XLT

2018 Ford Transit High Roof Extended 350 HD XLT
Purchased new in 2020 Ford Factory warranty till February 2023

Completely self-contained livable RV

No need to use an outside toilet or shower this van has it all.

Claustrophobic? Enjoy the 360-degree view from inside.

Easy flip-down couch converts to 72 X 72 bed.

https://vanlifetrader.com/listing/20...ed-350-hd-xlt/
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Old 03-24-2022, 10:04 PM   #2
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2018 Ford Transit High Roof Extended 350 HD XLT
Purchased new in 2020 Ford Factory warranty till February 2023

Completely self-contained livable RV

No need to use an outside toilet or shower this van has it all.

Claustrophobic? Enjoy the 360-degree view from inside.

Easy flip-down couch converts to 72 X 72 bed.

https://vanlifetrader.com/listing/20...ed-350-hd-xlt/
Nice, clean! Is this 80/20?
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I like the easy access to the plumbing- assume there is a cover panel for that ?


And appears the electrical controls are on a hinged swing down panel for fixin'


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GeorgeRa, The specs say 80/20.

The toilet is an upflow macerating marine toilet (Tecma). with a 23 gallon fresh water tank and a 12 gallon black tank you would probably be dumping every other day and refilling your water unless you don't use the toilet nor take any showers.

Macerating marine toilets take considerable more water to flush.
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I like the easy access to the plumbing- assume there is a cover panel for that ?


And appears the electrical controls are on a hinged swing down panel for fixin'


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the only time you can see the plumbing is when the back door is open.
yes the electrical panel is on hinges to allow access and troubleshooting.
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GeorgeRa, The specs say 80/20.

The toilet is an upflow macerating marine toilet (Tecma). with a 23 gallon fresh water tank and a 12 gallon black tank you would probably be dumping every other day and refilling your water unless you don't use the toilet nor take any showers.

Macerating marine toilets take considerable more water to flush.
The entire inside structure is made of 80/20.
The toilet is awesome! you can control the amount of water it uses and we typically do not add any water for #1. try not to use it for #2. My wife will not use public bathrooms if possible. We have been on week-long trips and not had to dump the holding tank. We typically use the shower as a necessity which dumps into the grey water tank.
This was designed as a travel vehicle that you can boondock for a few days.
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