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RE: exterior sunshades

Mike Brez .... they're NOT holes if they plug them with snaps or twist locks...:B:B...just sayin.....Dennis
Executive 05/27/16 01:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: exterior sunshades

We had the Sunguard on our Dynasty and loved them. (4 years) When we bought the Executive the first thing we did was have them installed. The RV Toy Store in Palm Springs came out to our campsite, measured, came back the next day and installed them at our campsite. They are now 5 yrs old and look like new. They also come with a nice padded bag to put them in when not in use. We full time so they are on a lot in all kinds of weather. We installed the snap type but I would recommend the twist locks. Also, have the corners wrapped to make it easier to install when it's cold outside. If you need a pic of what I'm saying, let me know.....Dennis
Executive 05/25/16 10:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Prevost Rally?

I didn't know that Prevost's break down! They don't. They were just standing around admiring the other guy's engine.....:B:B:B:B......Dennis
Executive 05/25/16 10:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash A/C ---**** UPDATE ****

If anyone is still following this thread, my compressor is leaking. Cost to replace, evacuate and refill, $688.88 out the door...thanks to everyone who offered suggestions.....Dennis
Executive 05/25/16 10:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can i buy this stuff ("counter molding")?

The "overcut" is just dirty caulking-we have not cleaned the coach yet. How hard is the "lick and stick" tile Mike Brez? As with most everything, success is in the prep. Your wall will have to be clean and oil free. Then it's a piece of cake to simply cut and paste the "lick n stick".....Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Adding Fans to Norcold refers

Here we go again... We got it, you have a compressor OK ? Congratulations, we don't care Someone needs coffee!! :B:B:B:B......Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 10:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: coolant level

Also, whenever adding coolant, ensure your SCA levels are correct!.....Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 10:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Primary & Secondary Fuel filter change question

I always fill my filters before installing, it's in my manual. Cummins ISM.....Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 09:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for Window Part

Most likely you have SEGI windows but verify to be sure. The link provided assures you they are correct for SEGI windows but may not fit other mfg. Finally they are side specific, right and left.....Good luck...Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 09:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: EZpass help please

Program your GPS to avoid toll roads and bridges. Problem solved..Unless, of course you're in a hurry, then you have to pay for that privilege....DennisIf going through WV dont try to bypass the turnpike unless you have lots of time.It is very crooked,but scenic. HaHa... So TRUE!...We left Charleston WV headed for Galax, Virginia and took U.S. Hwy 60 East! It was a beautiful ride but with a 45' coach plus the toad it made it interesting is some spots, especially between Gauley Bridge and Ansted. Chimney corner was a hoot! When we hit Hwy 19, we opted to jog over to Interstate 64 and I didn't care what the toll was. :B:B:B.....Dennis
Executive 05/23/16 04:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Adding Fans to Norcold refers

My install is in the link provided by 2oldman. PM if you have any questions....Dennis
Executive 05/22/16 09:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: LA to South Lake Tahoe towing a boat

Having lived in P'ville for over 10 years, I've taken that road many times in all kind of weather. P'ville is at 1800' elevation, Echo Summit is nearly 7500'. Tahoe is around 6300'. Using those parameters, it's roughly 50 miles from P'ville to Echo Summit, mostly climbing, good road, narrow at times with passing lanes up and down. Not enough room to use the pull outs if you're pulling a trailer. Once you reach Echo Summit you start your descent which is pretty rapid. It's about 7 miles from Echo Summit to SLT so you get there pretty quickly. The road at the summit narrows and there is a really steep dropoff. Don't let that bother you, just be aware of it. Usually you're awed at the view of Lake Tahoe but keep your eyes on the road. There are some pull offs for picture taking so slow once you've reached the Summit and be prepared for them. Enjoy the trip. There's a Thousand Trails park in Tahoe that's nice but I'd opt for the quieter park at Zephyr Cove in Nevada. Also, remember the ski lift at Squaw Valley is open year round, and you don't say when you're going. If the snow is gone, the ski runs become hiking trails. Take the gondola up to the top for awesome views of the Tahoe Valley. Be sure to grab some sandwiches, (Subway) before heading up. The gondola stops about half way up the mountain where there are restrooms, a deli (expensive) and picnic tables overlooking the lake. After lunch, get back on the gondola and make it to the top. Great day trip, especially if you're a hiker. The trails at the top make for very easy hiking....Dennis
Executive 05/22/16 10:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can i buy this stuff ("counter molding")?

They sure did a lousy job on cutting that sink in. Does it leak around the left side? I'd cut all the moulding out, seal it well with silicone including those two spots near the sink, then get some really fancy moulding to replace what was there....Dennis
Executive 05/22/16 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

Without a doubt - Buy the Beaver....Dennis
Executive 05/20/16 02:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flikering Dash Lights

Usually that's an indication of a bad ground. Check the ground from the ignition switch and the light switch.....Dennis
Executive 05/20/16 02:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cash price on fuel

We use the Flying J Plus Card so we don't have any of those problems. We also use the truck lanes for easy and quick in and out. The Plus card offers 8 cents/gallon discount off the CASH price posted and it is a credit card. It also has the 'pay at the pump' feature. Pull in, swipe your card, enter your passcode, fill up and off you go..no surprises.....Dennis RV Plus Card
Executive 05/18/16 08:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Could 10 year tires really be safe?

Thanks all. That seems to be my opinion but my husband is like, 'They're fine". Well, he's not the one driving down to Florida. I will be and for my stress level alone, I think it's best to replace. So, now that that's settled. (haha) what do you all recommend? Trish Sounds like a new thread...:). Glad you decided on new tires. As MrMark said, the ONLY true way to inspect the tires is from the INSIDE out. Doesn't matter what the outside looks like. Well, it does, but you get the point. Anyway, everyone has an opinion on what tires to buy and put on your coach. The most expensive will be Michelin, (save money buying thru FMCA) followed by Goodyear. (They have a rivering problem with some of their tires. You might get lucky, you might not) Lots of people will go with less expensive tires such as Toyo or Hankook. Each tire will change the handling and comfort of your drive. A lot will depend on your coach. Personally, I run the more expensive Michelin's on my coach. Like clothes, the ones I buy from Nordstrom last longer and look better than the ones purchased at WalMart....IMO, you get what you pay for. What's on your coach now?? Obviously they have been great tires....Dennis
Executive 05/18/16 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: where is the furnace located for maintenance

Doug, it's a 96. My 96 also did not have the aqua-hot option. As the OP found out, it's in the kitchen and only runs on propane. The fan operates on 12V only, thru the converter...Dennis
Executive 05/18/16 02:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hot water heater

Actually, you're not heating hot water, You're either heating cold water or you're RE-HEATING hot water. That would make it a Water Reheater wouldn't it??? :h.....Dennis
Executive 05/18/16 02:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: screened porch attached to awning

http://i.imgur.com/aycSUxKl.jpg 15 to 20 minutes - start to finish. Inside the screen is canvas that you can roll up or down depending on the weather. Kids love to "camp" out there in the summer. Blow up mattresses and you're good. This one I bought at Camping World...look for Patty-O-Room......Dennis
Executive 05/17/16 09:50pm Class A Motorhomes
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