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RE: Dinghy

Executive 08/21/17 08:11pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Site length

Your "issue" will not be the length of the site. It will become obvious the first time you get stuck in a campground and can't make it around the curves and/or trees/rocks etc. on the interior roads getting to that campsite....Dennis
Executive 08/20/17 11:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sewer gas issue

Sewer problems are usually caused by several factors. Start with the easy and proceed to the more difficult. 1. Ensure your P traps are functioning and full, including the washer one. 2. Ensure your roof vent is functioning properly. Did the tech drop his screwdriver or other object down the tube accidently? Perhaps lost a bit of plastic that's now wedged in the pipe? I'd remove the cyclone and run a good bit of water down that pipe to make sure it's not plugged in some way. May be a birds nest, hornets nest etc. 3. Clean your black tank well. 4. Don't poop in the rv. Well that one most likely won't work. :)...Dennis
Executive 08/06/17 12:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Customer service 2

Dash cam and follow behind the coach. Then post the pictures everywhere....Dennis
Executive 07/19/17 09:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: SoCal beach recommendation

Some depend on your size. San Clemente State Beach is right next to the trestles if you want to try surfing. Doheny SBP is just up the road and right on the beach but is size limited. Crystal Cove is beautiful but most likely booked already, $85-$115/night. Newport Dunes IMO is overrated especially at $200/night. Further north is the State Beach in Huntington Beach, right on the sand. Reservations a must! It's called Bolsa Chica after the wetlands....BOL .. BTW...please put your rig info in your profile. It helps everyone and you'll get better responses....Dennis
Executive 07/19/17 09:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bay door lock failure Monaco

* Artum Snowbird - thanks for the link. I tried searching Monaco forums yesterday at iRV.net to no avail. * Twomed - yes, both fuses were checked with a meter. They're good. * tyyoungs - will do today. * dougrainer - thanks for that info. Any idea where those relays may be? That was my thought too only I assumed they had solenoids for each side. BTW - I can lock/unlock all doors with the key.
Executive 07/18/17 02:08pm Class A Motorhomes
Bay door lock failure Monaco

Sorry guys, I'm back. Thought I'd tackle the bay door problem once again. Went thru my wiring book to no avail. Tried all the trouble shooting until I got tired and hot. Everything checked out ok but they still don't work. For those who do not know, the bay door locks on the driver's side only have decided to fail. Earlier someone mentioned solenoids. I know there is a solenoid that locks each side and one that unlocks each side. Using old school math tells me that should mean four solenoids in total. That said, I have no idea where those solenoids might be located. Anybody able to steer me in the right direction? TIA....BTW, the passenger side works with the key fob and the keypad. The driver's side doesn't work at all. I had trouble believing two solenoids would fail at the same time but.......Dennis
Executive 07/17/17 06:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 06' Executive Owners... Ride Home

OceanMist...that knob to adjust the tag is sensitive. VERY SMALL adjustments are necessary. BEFORE playing with it, get your rig aligned, then weighed. That way you'll know IF the tag needs to be messed with. It may be ok as is. I only adjust mine if I need to AFTER having it weighed. I thought you received the build sheet on that coach from Monaco..??? If so, the AH will be listed, Model and Serial numbers.....Dennis
Executive 07/05/17 12:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco or similar. Have you swapped out Dinette for a booth?

When we bought our coach, it came with a driver's side desk instead of two sofas. Since we also have a desk in the bedroom, I was going to remove the front desk and replace it with a sofa. After six months, DW used the front desk so much we trashed the idea of another sofa. I've only used the desk twice in eight years. My wife uses it every day...:E. I'd try the dinette out for a bit before committing the bucks to replace it......Dennis
Executive 06/28/17 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 06' Executive Owners... Ride Home

OceanMist: 1. Your undercarriage should be sealed. No steam cleaning necessary. 2. Recommended service interval for the AquaHot is annually. I would have it serviced completely then either annually or every other year depending on how much you use it. The diesel boiler should be fired up at least once a month according to my mechanic. Make sure they check the fuel pressure gauge when doing the service. Cost is around $200. 3. My AquaHot uses special fluid. DO NOT MIX DIFFERENT FLUIDS. Determine what YOURS uses before adding anything. 4. You have a gauge in the engine compartment to adjust the tag. The lighter the tag, the lighter the front axle. Conversely, the heavier the tag, the heavier the front axle. Use that gauge to adjust any weight issues. Mine lifts off the ground but will automatically drop if you exceed 5MPH. Use caution if you are going over speed humps with the tag lifted. If it bumps the hump you may get an ABS warning signal that will persist until you exceed 35MPH and it resets. 5. A good alignment shop will make your steering issues disappear. I doubt you need to do anything else. 6. Once loaded for travel, get it weighed and adjust your tire pressure to specs. 7. Check the tire date codes. 8. Check the SCA in your radiator....Dennis
Executive 06/28/17 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flying out tomorrow. Do you remember picking up your Rig?

I remember thinking that check had way too many zeroes on it!!! :B...Dennis
Executive 06/23/17 05:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safe/vault

Stop by a border patrol station and tell them you think you might have drugs in the safe, but you can't remember where it is. THEY will find it for you....:B...Dennis
Executive 06/23/17 05:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A tires

IMHO, the best provider for 19.5 tires is Les Schwabb. They will mount them on site and provide you with lifetime tire pressure checks..Dennis
Executive 06/18/17 06:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How safe is the dealer with your stuff?

Other than my meds, guns and my wife, I don't worry about the other "stuff" cuz that's all it is to me..."stuff"...:) Dennis
Executive 06/18/17 10:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Picture of MSRP 06 Monaco Exec

For those looking at upgrade and sticker price on the solar charger, look at the other costs too. My coach windowed at $600,000 with those similar upgrade charges. i.e. $632 for a $300 RV Sanicon, $432 for $110 exterior shades, $1411 for a $600 washer/dryer - the list goes on. That's why they knock off 35% window sticker so easily....Dennis
Executive 06/11/17 01:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1996 Prevost Country Coach XL 40or Monaco Exec 40' PICS

I'll chime in here with a little bit of experience. Your salesman is fibbing to you. We are now in our ninth year of full timing and spent lots of time in Federal and State Parks. We're currently in a California State Park with room to spare. See Picture. The "45 foot coach won't fit in any Federal or State Park" is a myth. We have almost 100,000 miles on our coach with 90,000 spent on back roads and places most people never get to go....Dennis http://i.imgur.com/SdTAgOtl.jpg
Executive 06/11/17 01:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Two RVs hit head on - Hwy 49 in California

Maybe instead of passing more laws, we should simply require everyone to pass a "common sense" test. Too many feel 'entitled' these days, disrespect the police and thumb their noses at 'rules'....just sayin....Dennis
Executive 06/10/17 05:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you know the answer to the Monaco Question...?

06 Executive. Norcold 1200RIM. You have an inverter that will run the fridge while underway. It's an automatic fridge so I'd leave it on propane while traveling. Never had any issues with ours. On another note: Call Monaco @ 800-509-3417 with the last 6 digits of your VIN and/or your coach number which will be by the entry door on the RVIA sticker. They will email you the build sheet for your coach with serial numbers etc. Very helpful....Dennis
Executive 06/07/17 11:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Two RVs hit head on - Hwy 49 in California

One is a Pace Arrow the other is a Thor. As for the crash worthiness of a motor home, I think they are as safe as most other vehicles. Ours has a steel cage under the glass. In a crash where two huge vehicles meet head on there will be tons, literally, of damage. Imagine if the PA had hit a smaller vehicle. I also wonder, since the PA driver was 77 if he had some kind of medical issue that caused him to cross into NB traffic or if it was a distracted driver issue. We may never know as the news rarely follow up on these stories..Be alert, Be safe....Dennis
Executive 06/07/17 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Size matters...right?

Good luck on the Thousand Trails gigs. You will be severely limited. The roads will determine the availability to get into the parks safely. We sold our TT membership because of availability. KOA's are easy in and out as are most State and Federal Campgrounds, but you should call ahead to confirm. COE parks are another alternative. BOL...Dennis
Executive 06/06/17 10:47pm Class A Motorhomes
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