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RE: Tire & Wheel - GAP Insurance Complaint

Russ, your rant is understandable. What isn't is your description of your "issue", at least to this reader. As I read your post, you purchased two contracts from CW. I understand that as I, too have purchased similar contracts. Almost all contracts have the SAME wording. Contact the service contract holder BEFORE any repairs or the repairs will NOT be honored. Unfortunately most purchasers do NOT read any of the contracts/disclosures etc. before signing. Anyway you stated you had a blowout and it cost you $92. Just out of curiousity, I'd like to know what brand of tire you purchased for $92.?? Then you had another blowout on the same tire. This, to me is a bright red flag. Please have your rig inspected and determine, first if you're overloaded, second, if your rim is damaged in any way or third, if your axles are true. BOL with getting your money back. The only advice I'd give on that issue is read the contract carefully and follow all instructions to the letter. Keep a record of any/all phone calls with a person's name attached to the record. Use emails if possible so you have a written document. Not everyone is running for president....good luck...Dennis
Executive 10/20/16 08:37am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Which dually valve stem extender?

My two cents... don't go CHEAP on tire stems!! Blowouts can be DEADLY, not only for you and your family but others on the road as well...Dennis
Executive 10/20/16 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I-95 wrecks Involving RV's and Fatalities Today

Clicky ONE Clicky TWO
Executive 10/20/16 07:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replace windshield?

Simple...call your insurance company and have it replaced. That's why you carry comprehensive. SafeTLite or similar companies will come to you and replace it. Takes about 45 minutes. I've had three replaced in the past four years..no biggie..Dennis
Executive 10/16/16 05:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cold Weather RVing

Off topic...but, 1500 miles in THREE days ..:E:E:E .. I must be getting OLD....:B....Dennis
Executive 10/16/16 03:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Did it again

My fear of doing something like that is why I make 3 or 4 walk-arounds near the end of packing up, the penultimate one being before climbing into the driver's seat, the ultimate one right after pulling the rig out of the site. Ever notice that you'll be in a campsite for a week with neighbors on both sides. Never see them except for a polite wave as you pass by...BUT start packing it up and they come over for a visit.!! Have to start your pre-flight all over every time they leave.....Dennis
Executive 10/16/16 03:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How Much Tire Air Pressure When Carring More Weight ?

Besides the tires, what is the MAXIMUM weight rating of the rear AXLE??...Dennis
Executive 10/16/16 03:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: aiming my directv dish

Not sure what you guys are doing, but I've been using DirecTV for the past seven years. My remote dish is a single LNB 18" round dish. I have my receivers set to Slimline 5 at the suggestion of DirecTV. I have two cables from the LNB running into my coach. I pick up all channels from Channel 2 all the way thru the music stations. 800+. Never had a problem picking up the satellites. I use the SatFinder app to get a general idea of the location of the sats then use the sat meter function on the TV screen. Once it gets into the 80-90 range, I lock everything in place and enjoy myself. Takes about 3-5 minutes total....Dennis
Executive 10/11/16 10:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: replacement waste water vent cap

Anything you put/push INSIDE the vent tube will eventually become clogged with debris/insects whatever. Screen material will work well but make sure you attach a string or some other method to ensure you'll be able to remove it to clean when it's necessary. I'd measure the outside diameter of your vent tube, then get a PVC coupling and place the screen inside that and press it into place. Then if it becomes necessary, simply pull it off and clean/replace it.....Dennis
Executive 10/10/16 03:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: King Dome

First, get up on the roof and look on the side of the dome, just underneath the cover flange. There is a label that will tell you the model and serial number of your dome. You can then google that model number for the manual. Or you can post it on here and get tons of help. It will only provide you with standard def TV no HD. I've used KingDomes for over 10 years with no issues....Dennis
Executive 10/10/16 10:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV's that are Lemons

Just a thought...I would consider a higher end DP that is a repo., then do your due diligence as far a inspections. For added protection, consider purchasing an extended warranty for items you may have missed. Figure about $4k for the EW/4 yr coverage. Any issues will pop up within that time period. After that, put your money in a separate maintenance slush account....Our coach was a year old, a repo and we saved over 50% on it.....Dennis
Executive 09/25/16 09:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: mouse in the house

Funny but true story. This past year a mouse got in our coach and started 'exploring'. He nibble off the top of a bottle of apple cider vinegar and slipped inside. I asked DW why she stored the bottle without a lid and found the little bugger inside the bottle. Pickled and dead....Dennis
Executive 09/13/16 12:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How Do I remove This Trim Piece On A Fleetwood

I found these work well for squeaks, rattles and mother-in-law patter....:B:B...Dennis http://i.imgur.com/3uwk1w8l.jpg
Executive 09/13/16 11:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Domicile and LTCs for fulltimers

Good Luck to you Quint and FYI, this is the longest period I've seen a handgun post last on RV.Net! Shhhhh...he called it a LTC. Nobody knows it's a handgun post....:W...Dennis
Executive 09/13/16 11:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jake Brake / Pac brake question

My Dynasty had an exhaust brake. Changed the factory one out to the PacBrake PRXB. World of difference. Much better braking power. The Executive has a two stage engine brake. Better holding power than the PacBrake. A Jake Brake modifies the timing on the exhaust valves so that, when braking is needed, the exhaust valves open right as the piston reaches the top of the compression stroke. The energy gathered in the compressed air is released, so the compression stroke actually provides the braking power. Low position opens three valves, High position opens all six. As for telling from the cockpit; generally speaking, an exhaust brake will simply have an on/off switch on the console. An engine brake will have a 2 or 3 position switch in a similar place. Some models also have a floor mounted pedal to activate either one. Most higher end Monacos do. Hope this helps...Dennis
Executive 09/13/16 11:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Tank Odor

....I'm thinking about getting a shop vac on the roof and try and blow air down the vent pipe..... Make sure you are hooked to a sewer and the valve is open! Make sure the shop vac hose is on exhaust and not vacuum..!..:E:E:E....Dennis
Executive 09/12/16 05:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery powered WATER ALARM...RV/S&B

I keep one on the floor outside the shower pan as that's where the water will go first if the grey tank fills...Price $8.99 ea...battery has lasted over 5 yrs now...it is loud.....Dennis Zircon Water Leak Detector
Executive 09/12/16 05:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toad &a brake assist

Also, it doesn't matter what your home State's laws are relative to safety issues. If you travel in a state that requires it, you must have it or subject yourself to enforcement. Most States require it if your towed weighs over 1500 pounds...regardless of the law and the hassle, it makes you safer on the road, for yourself and those who share the road with you.....Dennis
Executive 09/11/16 12:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: overheating 1993 Wannabago brave 27

Try 'burping' it... Most likely your "issue" is a water bubble in the radiator....Dennis Get yourself a Lisle 24680 funnel kit. About $30 at your local auto parts store. You'll save yourself lots of headaches. You'll thank me later.....D
Executive 09/10/16 03:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2010 Fleetwood Discovery 40G Battery Connnections

Hi, Having some electrical issues and think that it may be due to the 6V battery connnection. Can someone who has a 2010 Fleetwood Discovery 40G post or e-mail a pic of your 6V battery compartment and terminal connections? Either the four 6 volt batteries are connected in correctly or the inverter has a problem. I tried to start the engine and the two 12 volt start batteries were dead. Tested both starter batteries, they read 10.7 amps. Hooked up my charger, hit the start assist button, and the engine started. I went ahead and replaced the batteries, reconnected everything and now the inverter display reads HI DC 19.4 I also noticed that now the microwave display was not on and the 120v outlets are not working. Checked the breaker box and nothing thrown. Also checked fuses and all good there. Checked the GFI plugs and could not find one that popped? The next step is taking it to the Dealer @ $140 per hour labor rate. Your post is a little confusing, so let's try to clean it up. Which batteries did you replace? The two 12VDC batteries, the four 6VDC batteries or all six? I read it as you replaced the four 6VDC batteries. Assuming that, I can also assume you did not take a picture of the wiring before disconnecting them. Common mistake but can be a costly one. Assuming you do not have a picture, I've attached a picture of my battery bank for you. See below. Basically: Positive supply line goes to the positive post on battery one; Negative supply line goes to the negative post on battery four; Jumpers are then connected to the positive posts on batteries, one and three; Jumpers are connected to the negative posts on batteries, four and two; Finally jumpers connect battery one's NEGATIVE post to battery two's POSITIVE post and battery three's NEGATIVE post to battery four's POSITIVE post. Hope this helps. Post back once you've verified the batteries are correctly wired.....Dennis http://i.imgur.com/PAm3lA2l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/Rna8iC5l.jpg
Executive 09/10/16 03:36pm Class A Motorhomes
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