water heater for 2006 Gulf Stream Vista Cruiser

CaseyCraig

New member
Hi there, our van needs a new tankless water heater. Its original one is a Chronomite SR-20L/120, 120v. Do we need to replace it with a similar model, or is there something better out there now? TIA!
 

bcolins

2004 158" Vista Cruiser
same question here. I have an aquaintance with a T1N Vista Cruiser who converted his to a propane heater. ,.....seemed like quite a bit of work to do it,.....and all things he was capable of,.......and I wasn't too sure of my ability to do it,....and have it be a safe system,.....in regards to properly venting the exhaust.
 

zootman

New member
I added a 6 gallon water heater to my Vista Cruiser. Electric not propane. Fits easily under rear bench seat. Works great. Affordable and easy to plumb.
 

Davis Carver

New member
Hi there, our van needs a new tankless water heater. Its original one is a Chronomite SR-20L/120, 120v. Do we need to replace it with a similar model, or is there something better out there now? TIA!
I have one that was taken out of our 2006. It is a stock 20 amp 120v. It was replaced with a 4 gallon tank. I have not tested it, so I'm not 100% sure it works, but if you want it, let me know. $50.00 plus 12.00 shipping.
 

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