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Thread: Rheem vs Ruud

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    I can't say if this is the case in your situation or not but the past several years there has been quite a bit of a supply issue pretty much across the board. It may be a case where they ordered the unit they sold you and were told it would not be available for X# of weeks but the Ruud was available. Usually a dealer will explain that situation to the customer and that may not be what the situation is in your case but it could be.
    This is exactly what they told me, if I want Rheem units I would have to wait another 4 to 6 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boueguy19 View Post
    Rheem = Ruud
    There! Fixed
    Nest is POO!!

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    I can't say anything about Rudd but I know of someone who has two Rheem units mfg in 1/2002. They definitely hold up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sixty4fairlane View Post
    I can't say anything about Rudd but I know of someone who has two Rheem units mfg in 1/2002. They definitely hold up!
    Fairly new ones.
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    It's the same with Dunkirk and Utica boilers exact same product just different logo,

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