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RE: New Motorhome amenity, geysers?

Looks like so many other stories out there and posted on here. Couple buys expensive motor home with dreams of 'hitting the road' then finds out the lifestyle is not suited to their tastes. What to do? Bite the bullet and sell at a loss or sue the company to get their money back? Sounds like the made the latter choice. Obviously they're not headed in the right direction. Geysers don't/can't come from the shower, even in a Thor....just sayin. Hope the company fights it...Dennis
Executive 05/17/18 08:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Brass fitting in waste tank

Trust me, it'll only become a problem when the black tank is FULL. At that point, it'll lodge somewhere against the pull valve and won't let you open or close it. Then it'll be a really chitty job getting it cleaned up. Remember Murphy's Law. While the tank is now empty, get yourself a camera set up, Fleabay sells em for less than 15 bucks and go find it. You can also rent them or get one at Home Depot but they're more expensive. Once you've located it, you can use a claw to retrieve it....Dennis https://i.imgur.com/UeF5TUHl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/FD5hmTfl.jpg Scope price depends on length of cable.
Executive 05/14/18 04:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Relay

https://i.imgur.com/lyivrXbl.jpg ..Dennis
Executive 05/14/18 03:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor Home Wrap

I had mine wrapped once. The high school kids who did it had to come back, (I knew who they were) and remove all the toilet paper and throw it away. I then bought everyone pizza....:)...Dennis
Executive 05/12/18 12:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Generator Repair in Houston Area

Cummins Sales and Service 7045 N Loop 610 E, Houston, TX 77028...Dennis
Executive 05/10/18 11:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Strange water behavior...

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada routinely has pressures above 100PSI. They have warning signs on all their spigots. That said, quality equipment is paramount to diagnosing many of our problems. Harbor Freight items are great for one off use but things we use all the time should be of high quality. Just my 2 cents. I believe we've given the OP several things to check out. Hopefully he'll come back with some answers and maybe even a fix....Dennis
Executive 05/06/18 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Strange water behavior...

Sounds like it's the check valve where the water hose connects to the RV. This is a backflow valve. Remove the water hose and screen and see if the plunger works. I'm guessing when you open the second faucet, you release the pressure on the checkvalve....Dennis
Executive 05/05/18 06:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thoughts of this dealers policy on possible purchase.

Not to beat a dead horse, but a quick google search of the listing dealer doesn't look like a 'high volume' dealer. He does have a pawn shop in the middle though...Dennis
Executive 05/03/18 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thoughts of this dealers policy on possible purchase.

I don't know what size tires are on this coach but I can tell you that your price of $2500 for 6 Michelin's is a bit off the mark even with the FMCA discount. Depending on the quality of the welder, making a 5000 # hitch so you can pull three times that much, well, $500 won't buy you much either. You seem to do your research but these are two very important safety issues that you need to research further. JMO...BOL....Dennis
Executive 05/03/18 10:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: FMCA Michelin tire program issues

I have a question for the OP or anyone else who has used this program Ok, so I register my Credit card with "M" Let's say the tires are 400 each, 6*4 is 2400 dollars. plus mounting and balancing (50/tire). which we will ignore. IS the initial "Hit" on my card the full 2400, or do I get the discount "Up front" and how big is the discount????? 1. You register your card with Michelin. 2. You contact the FMCA installer of your choice. 3. After installation, the installer sends invoice to Michelin. 4. Michelin bills off the submitted invoice. Dennis
Executive 04/29/18 11:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CA highway 46 from Paso Robles to Visalia

Remember James Dean died on Hwy 46. Watch for the memorial. If you don't know who James Dean was, never mind, you're too young :) ... Dennis
Executive 04/29/18 11:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bakersfield ca. to Phoenix

If you like trains, the Tehapchapi Loop off 58 is worthwhile. There's a Love's station at the top of the hill on 58. We like the non stress of this route altho with the 210 north of LA now open all the way to San Bernardino, that route is pretty easy to use too. Depends on how you feel driving. 58;I40;95;10 is pretty desolate on 95. If you want the comfort of knowing people and gas stations are nearby, take the 5;210;10 route...Dennis
Executive 04/26/18 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Insurance carriers

Brian, are you full timing? If so, you must ask if the coverage is for full timing in order to get a correct comparison. Many insurance quoters simply give regular coverage and that won't do you much good if your coverage isn't valid should the need arise. Fewer companies are quoting full timer insurance. We have ours thru Geico now since National Interstate quit....Dennis
Executive 04/26/18 09:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2009 Monaco taillight assembly

My headlights are Dodge Ram and the taillights are Lincoln Navigator. :) ..Dennis
Executive 04/25/18 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there a difference in Diesel Fuel?

We look for several things when filling up. One, how clean is the station? Clean stations typically mean they care more about their stuff including quality of their fuel. Two, do the pumps have filters on them to keep the water from the fuel you're putting in you tank. Condensation builds up in their huge tanks same as it does in your fuel tank. Hate it when you fill up and 10 miles down the road you have to stop and drain water from your tank. Three, nozzle size. Not a biggie but I'd rather pump at 60gal/min than three. Those little nozzles take forever to fuel up a large tank.....Dennis
Executive 04/25/18 09:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: rv sites besides rvtrader and craigslist?

The nice thing about PPL is you can armchair shop within their site. Most of their coaches are on consignment but you get floorplans etc. They also have a SOLD section that shows what's sold in the past year or so. This helps in negotiations once you've found the perfect coach...We bought our Tourmaster from them years ago and was satisfied with the process and the deal.....Dennis
Executive 04/25/18 09:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2014 Grand Cherokee Toad

I don't believe the GRAND Cherokee had the dreaded death wobble. That was limited to the Cherokee only due to electronic steering. That said, IMO it's always nice to have the added security of keeping the battery at full capacity. If the OP decides not to install the extra wire, it's easy enough to simply run the toad for a few minutes when you stop for fuel, at rest stops or if you stop to eat somewhere. A quick five minutes should be sufficient....Dennis
Executive 04/25/18 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: sewer smell in rv

Most common causes of sewer smell leaks: 1. Bad Air admittance valve 2. No liquid in "P" traps, especially the 'forgotten' P trap for the washer/dryer. 3. Bad battery..in either starter or house battery bank. Use caution as outlined below. Word of CAUTION.!!! Use gloves and safety goggles if checking your batteries. They can and do explode. Be very careful if one is hot or looks bulging....Dennis
Executive 04/24/18 08:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: FMCA Michelin tire program issues

Simple, negotiate the 'value' of your old tires for the price of mounting, balancing etc. Only out of pocket expense to you then, is the price of the tires quoted from Michelin.....Dennis
Executive 04/20/18 10:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling my HR Endeaver.

Glad I didn't post this question as I'd still be scratching my head. :) My manual says extend slides at ride height and then level. OP didn't state whether he has jacks or air leveling so that would help. Regardless, mine is air leveling and Monaco techs, (while they were still Monaco) said with air leveling, it really doesn't matter. The manual was written to pertain to "most" coaches. (slap head here). Anyway, to the OP - use common sense. If you're really unlevel, extend the slides, then level. If not, it probably doesn't matter. Twisting your frame while extending the slides may break your windshield, so use caution. Common sense says if you level, (using JACKS, not air)then extend the slides, there's little room for error in compensating for the extra weight extending from the sides of your coach.... Dennis
Executive 04/20/18 10:15am Class A Motorhomes
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