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RE: Good Shop in San Diego to buy & install Washer/Dryer Combo

There's a Camping World in San Marcos.....:W.........Dennis
Executive 12/08/14 04:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Follow up on new paint job

For those wondering....here's his BEFORE picture....Dennis http://i.imgur.com/yOrEFlrl.jpg
Executive 12/08/14 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Florida state parks B class in tent sites

Your 19' is almost 27% over the MAXIMUM....IMHO, that doesn't qualify as "slightly longer than the 15ft max listed on the booking site". That said, the Keys are usually pretty booked for the winter, and the rangers are pretty strict with parking. For instance, they will not allow you to park crooked in a site in order to "fit". I would call the ranger station of the park you're interested in and ask them directly. Also, get a name. You don't want to book a site and find out you can't stay there. Vacancies will be limited....good luck..Dennis http://i.imgur.com/yyrTFcjl.jpg
Executive 12/07/14 10:51am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 30 / 50 amp service

Start with the EASY stuff....you have a Monaco product. First, check the salesman switch by the FRONT DOOR. Flip it and see if that corrects the problem. I'm guessing it will. If not, see next. To properly check things, you need to have a meter. If you don't have one, go to a local Home Depot or Lowes and buy one...every tool box should contain a meter. Using the meter, ensure you're getting 110V from EACH leg of the 50amp service at the pedestal. If yes, then go next. Remove the cover from the transfer switch. Plug the coach back into the pedestal and check for power on the pedestal side INSIDE the transfer switch. If yes, see next. Open the electrical panel inside the engine compartment and check the two solenoids there. Are you getting power there? Let us know what you find. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPLACE THE COVER ON THE TRANSFER SWITCH UNLESS THE COACH IS DISCONNECTED.....Dennis
Executive 12/07/14 10:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fort Pierce port St Lucie Florida

We didn't care for the KOA but found the COE park in St. Lucie outstanding....Dennis St. Lucie South COE
Executive 12/06/14 11:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: how to post picture

Instructions posted as first post under DIY topic. Unfortunately, those are now archaic....EZPost, by one of our moderators is the simplest way to post pictures.....eliminates several steps....Dennis EZ Post
Executive 12/06/14 06:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: don't understand DP steps

Once leveled, my bottom step is only a few inches off the ground....I have two so a third one would end up a few inches underground.....Dennis
Executive 12/06/14 06:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking about a mounted satellite dish

IMHO, RF Mogul works as well as the Traveler yet it's about $500 cheaper....You won't find satellite hookups at a campground.......Dennis
Executive 12/06/14 06:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Soon new to us Monaco

Be sure to ask Monaco to email you the build sheet. It'll give you all the options your coach came with, but more importantly, it'll provide you with all the MODEL and SERIAL numbers of everything....they'll either need your coach number, (found on the RVIA tag by the front door), or the last six digits of the VIN......Dennis
Executive 12/06/14 06:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: snow birds

Remember though, just because you OWN property in Florida doesn't make that your DOMICILE State. Legally, your vehicles should be registered in your Domicile State with some exceptions. The penalty is pretty stiff if you're caught trying to fleece the tax man of your domicile state....good luck.....Dennis
Executive 12/06/14 12:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Questions About Installing a Residential Refrig in a RV?

It would help if you said what fridge you're taking out and which one you intend to put in. Some are easier than others. I had a Norcold 1200LRIM and replaced it with the Samsung 197RF. I've provided a link to my install, with pictures, if that will help you. Please scroll down about the middle of the page. I lagged the fridge front and rear, left the wheels on but removed the trim piece on the bottom, which I replaced with a oak piece to give it a more finished, built-in look. I did my install at a campground in about 6 hours....if you put 'residential fridge install' in the above search box, you'll get tons of reading....good luck....Dennis Residential Fridge Install
Executive 12/06/14 12:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are we alone?

I have parked to dennis and he is never home. We full time and never want to be cold. Tim, when you comin' to Arizona....? I've got a space with your name on it..heard you spent a week back where you said you'd never return....:B:B.....Dennis
Executive 12/05/14 09:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Blowout!

IF, you file a claim with Goodyear...it might not be wise to tell your story as you've posted it....As stated earlier, if you had one blowout on a dual wheel configuration, the other tire suffers some stress..how much? Depends on your weight etc on that axle at the time. The fact you blew another tire might indicate some other problem with your rig....If I were filing a claim, I'd have the coach weighed immediately after the tire replacement. This would lend credence to showing I was not overloaded at the time. I can see any claim being denied simply because you've had two failures on the same axle within a short period of time. The burden of proof then falls back to you to prove their tire was faulty...good luck.....Dennis
Executive 12/05/14 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Taking off while the other occupants sleep

?snip/So, at the stroke of midnight, I fired the beast up, released the brake, turned the lights on and hit the "D" in the shift pad and, we were off, in about 10 seconds. Scott Scott.... 10 seconds huh??? Guess you didn't air up your coach or do your air pressure routine.....:W.....Dennis
Executive 12/05/14 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Taking off while the other occupants sleep

/snip/At 5:15 in the morning, I couldn't sleep and woke up and checked on the toad, disconnected the electric, pulled in the remaining slides, retracted the jacks and took off at a leisurely pace. Since there was no traffic at 5:45, I easily cruised through downtown San Antonio on our way to the next destination. We arrived at the next stop early in the afternoon with my family well rested and ready to go. I, on the other hand, was a bit tired from getting up earlier than I normally do and being stressed driving in the dark and fog for 7 hours. Hold on a minute, I didn't mean to imply that I was rushing through anything. I'm just as slow and relaxed in the morning driving (if not more so) than in the late morning and afternoon. I really don't understand how leaving at 10:30 and driving 4 hours with bored kids is more relaxing than leaving at 6:30 and driving 4 hours with peaceful sleeping kids. BIG DIFFERENCE driving 4 hours and driving 7 hours!!! Just sayin.... Not trying to sound rude, but it sounds like you only care about yourself and not your loved ones. Pulling in the slides is not a quiet task. Starting up a diesel which is right under the bed isn't either. Driving down the road leaving the cg wouldn't be a picnic for the sleepers either. Then, after driving 7 hours you're tired, probably cranky too. Now it takes you an hour to set up camp at the new location. I'm sorry, but I don't see any "benefit" to your family, only yourself.....have a cup of joe, check the news, go on the computer and browse RV.Net, go for a walk with the dog. Let your family sleep. Eat a good breakfast and then hit the road...EVERYONE will be better off, including your NEIGHBORS !.....JMHO...Dennis
Executive 12/05/14 12:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are we alone?

We stay home all the time.....of course, we're full timers....:W. That's the PROBLEM with being retired...you never get a day OFF......Dennis
Executive 12/05/14 11:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Purchasing a new class A

Buy a 2009 or newer Newell...you'll not be disappointed.....Dennis
Executive 12/04/14 07:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealership service challenges if buying coach elsewhere???

I've never experienced unusual wait times either. Any dealers that have worked on our coach were more interested is the brand of coach than they were of where we purchased it....money is money, IMHO, so mucking up customer service just because the rig was bought somewhere else doesn't make much sense.....Dennis
Executive 12/04/14 12:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: condensation

We never close the covered fantastic vent in the bathroom. We cook a lot and never have had an issue with condensation.....Dennis
Executive 12/02/14 10:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does buying that 45' rig do it for you?

Here's our progression: 1. Tent, small but gradually larger. 2. Tent trailer. Easy to tow, hate it when it rained or someone stayed up all night talking next door. 3. 19' Flair Class C. Fun coach but too small. 4. 27' Winnebago. Easy to drive, easy to park. Had bunk beds. Hated those. 5. 40' Gulfstream Tourmaster. Tons of room and excellent bathroom. Questionable quality. 6. 40' Monaco Dynasty. Excellent quality. Slightly underpowered @ 300HP. Roomy coach with no slides. 7. 45' Monaco Executive. What can I say? Quality is superb. Has all the comforts of home and four slides. With all that said, if we were not going full time, we probably would have kept the Dynasty. Living in a coach full time, you'll enjoy the extra room to roam or simply have some "private" space. My opinion is that it will depend on what your going to be using the coach for. We enjoyed the tents, (much younger, if I slept on the ground today, it would take more than coffee to get this body moving) just as much as we do the 45' today. If you're going to use the coach for "camping", a mid range 36-40', newer coach would be my choice, depending on family size. If you intend to go RVing, a 40-45', tag axle, quality built coach would be my recommendation.....Dennis
Executive 12/02/14 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
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