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RE: Gray water dump

In certain State and County campgrounds in CALIFORNIA, which probably has the most restrictions of any State in the Union, dumping your grey water is not only allowed, it's encouraged. For those stating it's ILLEGAL, I say, I'm from Missouri, Show me.....and I don't think any RVr generates 250-400 Gallons per DAY...so that doesn't apply. As posted above, If it's not prohibited by the CG rules, I don't have an issue with letting it trickle in the bushes...if that makes me insane, call the white coat folks......:W....Dennis
Executive 04/19/14 11:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ball bearings!!

You might have her call Art Oberdorf in Annapolis. He's a mobile RV tech and will come to her....he's reasonable and seems to know what he's doing..IMHO it's worth a call @ 410-353-0684 ..Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 05:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Buying in CA and registering in AZ - Taxes?

The California dealer, by law, must collect California taxes. If buying from a private party, it's up to you to pay the taxes. Any taxes paid in California will be a credit towards any due in Arizona...at least this was how it was three years ago. My California dealers license has expired......Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 04:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: World of Tanks?

Maybe they're simply saying "Tanks" for using their program.....:B Sorry, the devil made me type it.....Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 01:19pm Technology Corner
RE: Tires...To Shine or not to Shine??????

Wash well with soap and water...finish up with Aerospace 303....Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 01:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Extended Warranties

I bought mine through Wholesale Warranties also and have been satisfied. An exclusionary policy means 'what you see is what you get', in that it's spelled out what is NOT covered. If it's not listed, it's covered. Tell them you also want a policy without the dreaded weasel clause, 'if a covered part fails, due to the failure of a non covered part, the covered part is NOT covered'! Gotta love attorneys.......Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 09:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sold my Motorhome

Sometimes the 'itch' just goes away...you'll be missed...congratulations, though on the sale of the coach......Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 09:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bad GFI ?

To the OP: There are several causes for your situation. Since your outlet has not worked for some time, you should inspect them one at a time, starting with the easiest. Here's what I would do. Make sure ALL electricity is disconnected from the coach, including generator and auto start feature, if you have one. You want ZERO surprises! Go to your nearest Home Depot and pick up a new GFCI outlet. They will allow returns if yours is still good. Replace the outlet and see if that corrects your issue. If that does not fix the problem, you'll have to check out the breaker. GFCI breakers MUST be installed in a certain way. To prevent constant tripping, you MUST connect LOAD Neutral to the circuit breaker neutral terminal, NOT panelboard neutral. Ensure yours is connected correctly. Hope this helps and please let us know what you've found....Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 09:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bad GFI ?

Hanko, a GFCI outlet is different from a regular outlet in that it is designed to monitor the current flowing from hot to neutral. If there is any imbalance it will trip. It will sense a very minute difference and will trip in milliseconds. It's sole purpose is to prevent you from getting a shock from a bad connection. This differs from a regular breaker which monitors the heat generated by the electrical current before it trips....Dennis
Executive 04/17/14 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can smell mold but can't find it

You might get better answers if this was posted in the Fifth Wheel forum instead of Class A. You have nooks, crannies and places to look that we might not know about...just sayin.....Dennis.
Executive 04/17/14 08:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Headlight Upgrade

Are you just replacing the headlamp or the complete housing? If you're replacing the housing, most likely you'll have to remove one of the headlights to get the number off the back. At least that's what I had to do. While mine were Dodge Ram headlights, they were made by TYC who stamps the number on the back. The taillights are Lincoln Navigator but again, the number was stamped on the back by a different mfg. AMC or something like that, I don't remember. Point is, remove one and take it with you. If simply replacing the headlamp, take one out and match it up. There should be a DOT number you can cross reference too...IIRC those headlamps are oversized anyway, so they may be harder to find, but someone has them...google may be your new friend here......Dennis
Executive 04/16/14 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wal-mart in birmingham, Alabama

There's an Elks lodge in Bessemer that we stayed at. Had electricity and water. The lot is fenced...just outside Birmingham.....Dennis
Executive 04/16/14 08:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mackinac Island

Mackinaw Creek now has big rig sites with 50amp service. Not on the shore but close enough to walk to the water. Nice views of the Mackinac Bridge. For an upscale experience try Bay Harbor RV Resort in Charlevoix. If you book now, the rate is only $49/night....beautiful resort... If you have kids with you, be sure to visit the shoreline for Petoskey Stones...they will keep the kids busy for hours... BTW...on the Island, WTF means "Where's the Fudge"...:W......Dennis
Executive 04/15/14 09:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Brings Back the Brave!

Ummmmmmmmmmmmm......OK...I prefer going forward.....Dennis Winnie Brave http://i60.tinypic.com/20hptli.jpg width=600
Executive 04/15/14 09:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: LEDs for my Class A

The only problem I've had with them is they're expensive to experiment with. I've bought quite a few but have not been pleased with their brightness, so I'm still looking. I have yet to find a replacement bulb that provides the same lumens and color of the halogens. They are energy savers, for sure, but I'm not prepared to have to squint to read a magazine...another source is superbriteleds.com..Dennis superbriteleds.com M4Products EBay - from above post
Executive 04/15/14 09:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor 2014 Hurricane 34E

Remember too, it's the squeaky wheel that gets the grease....sorry to hear of your troubles. Be polite but firm and work your way up the corporate ladder to get best results.....Dennis
Executive 04/14/14 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Correct tire press for Flair 31

Thanks Dennis.... Weighing the rig is one of the things I need to get done this week. The tires are 245/70R 19.5 FS560 Click below for the tire inflation tables...scroll to your size....Dennis Tire inflation table
Executive 04/14/14 08:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Delivery Service Referrals

Depends on the model and size of the coach. Also depends if you are willing to let the transporter "use" the coach while traveling. Time of year and weather related delays add to the cost. Will you pay for fuel, lodging, meals etc? Too many variables without more information... A reasonable guess though, would be $2500-$6000......Dennis
Executive 04/14/14 08:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Correct tire press for Flair 31

Carl, the 'correct' PSI is determined by the weight of your coach, preferably weighing each corner separately. Since that isn't always possible, the next preferred way is to simply put your rig on a scale. They're found at most Flying J/Pilot, Loves etc. fueling stations. You can also find moving companies, grain elevators and the like that will weigh your coach for you. Finally, there are times when the highway weigh stations are closed but the scales are still lit. There you can weigh the coach yourself. You simply drive onto the scale, release your brakes, including the emergency brake, push the button to call the attendant and go inside to pay and get your weight slip. Less than $10. Once you have your weight slip, go to the tire mfg website and lookup your recommended PSI. Best ones are Goodyear and Michelin. Proper PSI is determined by tire size and weight on each axle. Now based on your question, one cannot give you a decent answer or even a ball park figure unless you provide your tire size....it's stamped on the sidewall of your tire. Proper PSI provides you with the most comfortable ride along with best tire wear and better handling of your coach.....Dennis BTW....I can guarantee you will add more than 500 pounds as you load it for travel....D
Executive 04/14/14 08:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chowchilla CA Truck Weigh Station??

That's also why you'll see signs posted that say "Trucks right lane only next blank miles, no passing"....WIM, more prevalent every day. Saves everyone time and $$....Dennis
Executive 04/12/14 09:49pm Class A Motorhomes
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