Anyone can buy them. They are diesel, NOT gas in spite of the listings.Hey All,
I have been looking at the chinese heaters and I have a few questions. Can I buy anyone off of ebay? Is there a difference between the 2KW or 5KW one? Also can I plug any of them directly to the Gasoline tank?
Shouldn’t take more than 3 or 4 hours max (at least that’s all mine took). Quite simple actually drill hole in floor, connect muffler & air intake underneath van, plug in the power connectors, add power and fuel source, get warm.There is a lot to those heaters. Install could take many hours. Read the fleabay ad carefully.
There are newer versions of the electronic controls, not all are compatible.
I bought 2, one upright the other without the metal case. Power use is up to 10 amps at startup and shut down, good luck.
It looks that way to me too. BTW, kerosene doesn't gel. Some folks add it to their diesel in the winter to prevent gelling. By red, do you mean marked diesel (no road tax)? What's wrong with that? 10 million farmers and boaters can't be wrong, right?I think diesel’s probably the best bet actually. It’s blended for the climate (and not red)😏