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Re: hydronic and webasto heaters by Xpltivdletd
Post New Message Thank you for the URL. My older bookmark for Webasto is toast, and the "help" I get from search engines designed by people who are sure I can't spell... aaaaaaaaargh!

I guess part of whether you got your money's worth could be figured in real-world $$-per-BTU. Other things being as equal as you can make them, does your Hydronic keep you as warm as propane did, on as cold a night, for fewer dollars'-worth of fuel?

I know there are roads/bridges/tunnels and ferry boats where they have a serious thing about propane. And if not having propane lets you in, in$tead of having to go the long way around, it may mean having the time to go see something or having to skip it--again. So I can see how that might be worth something.

I've never driven a Diesel-anything, far enough to tell cold-engine performance from warmed-up. But I've driven my share of gas vehicles that couldn't get out of their own way with a favorable wind and incline when cold. So I imagine it could be helpful (even in the summer, in the Rockies!) to have your own pre-heat system. RKBA! Regards, all.
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Post New MessageHydrow onic and webasto heat mike 8-11-03  
  Reply to MessageRe: hydrow onic and webasto heat Richard 8-20-03  
    Reply to MessageRe: hydronic and webasto heaters Xpltivdletd 9-28-03  
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