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RE: RV parks California coast

Pismo and Malibu are NORTH of L.A. OP wants to be between LA and San Diego....Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 08:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: No 12 Volt Power!

Salesman switch is the first check. Then check your basement plug for a GFCI....Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 08:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Full Time

Ditto what Steve said. However, the OP is looking for manufacturers warranty, which he won't find on a pre '07 coach. He would be better served to look for a quality luxury coach, Monaco, Newell, Country Coach, etc. and get an extended warranty to cover the things he can't fix himself. For instance, Monaco made three, now four LUXURY coaches prior to '07. The Signature, Executive (now discontinued) the Dynasty and the Camelot, in that order. The difference between the coaches mainly consists of options. The Sig was fully optioned, the Exec slightly less optioned and on down the line. They ALL have a STEEL structure. The coaches below the luxury line had a composite aluminum structure. All luxury coaches have solid wood interiors, better fit and finish, upgraded fixtures, screws instead of staples, etc. etc......just my opinion.....Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 02:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 15' Ventana 43' got enough grunt?

You should be fine, even w/ trailer...you won't be the fastest horse on the track, but you'll pull up hills with only a slight strain......Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 02:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks California coast

San Clemente State Beach. Doheny State Beach..Dana Point...right on the sand, but space limitations. San Onofre State Beach. Camperland in San Diego. On the bay, not the ocean. Newport Dunes in Newport Beach...a bit on the pricey side. Surf City...Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington By the Sea and Sunset RV...all by the pier and within walking distance of Huntington Beach. All overlooking the water, except Doheny which is only steps to the water, and the ones in Huntington Beach which are also on the water..well, Sunset is across the street......Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 12:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Has anyone ever heard of a Vixen RV

There was one at the Orlando Florida Thousand Trails park last July. Beautiful little coach...a bit ahead of it's time....like the Studebaker.....:W....Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: protocal at fuel stops

Protocol calls for pulling up, fueling, get out of the way, then pay...in that order. That said, here's what we do. We fuel mostly at Flying J so we have one of the GoodSam/Flying J cards. Gives us 8 cent discount off the posted CASH price, $1000 limit and pump start feature. 1. Pull up to pump when clear. 2. Swipe GS/FJ card. 3. Begin fueling. Wife goes inside. 4. Pump shuts off, I text wife amount for verification. 5. Return hose to pump and pull forward. 6. Wife returns with receipt and off we go. Usually takes less than 15 minutes. Only variation is if I'm going to weigh the rig. Then DW get weight slip while she's inside. I pull around after refueling and jump on the scales. She comes out with the weight ticket and we're gone.....easy and efficient.....Dennis
Executive 11/21/14 12:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Non Park Model Arizona RV Resorts?

Here's a few...I could fill the entire page with more.....Dennis Viewpoint in Mesa. Mesa Spirit in Mesa. There's a KOA in Apache Junction...ugh!. Finally there's Gold Canyon RV Resort in Gold Canyon. Depends on what you're looking for. There are so many parks around Mesa. All will have some park models and/or long term stays, no matter where you go. Some parks, like Mesa Spirit have separate sections for RVs and are 55+..you'll have to narrow your search a lot. Tucson Voyager RV Resort..a little too intense for us. DeAnza RV Resort...our favorite...FREE MARGARITAS ON FRIDAY NIGHTS...:B..Dennis Mesa Spirit Viewpoint RV Resort KOA Campground Gold Canyon Golf and RV Resort Voyager RV Resort DeAnza RV Resort
Executive 11/21/14 10:57am Snowbirds
RE: Battery cut off switch/salesman switch

If it's just the switch. Replace it....it's a Carling switch....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 05:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: If You Had Use Of One Good Hand...

I bought one of these at Harbor Freight for less than $10. I've used it more than I thought I would...this morning in fact..got a light on it too......Dennis http://i.imgur.com/lPO88SCl.jpg
Executive 11/20/14 04:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Route to Big Bear

Use Hwy 38...check with CalTrans before going and carry chains....If there's a chance of snow they will stop you at the bottom and check to see if you have them whether or not you intend to USE them.....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 04:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: Shortcuts & Symbols

Here's what you did and how to correct it. 1. Right click anywhere on any page. 2. A box will appear. 3. Click on "View Page Info" 4. Another box appears. 5. At the top of the new box, click on "Permissions" 6. Scroll down until you see, "Load Images". Click "Default" or "Allow" 7. Close the box using the X upper right corner. You may have to exit out of RV.Net and relog in to update it.....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 04:22pm Forum Technical Support
RE: New Full Timing

Depends on your definition of "Full Timing". If that means, to you, simply that you are using your RV as a residence while you work, then yes, you can do that but you're not full timing per se. Use caution when throwing that phrase out there. Full timers have certain "benefits" such as being able to choose a domicile state saving on taxes etc. With that "benefit" comes higher insurance, (many companies do not write full timer insurance) as you'll need the full timer rider in case someone injures themselves while visiting. If you are able to work from home, you'll be able to work from your RV. The most prevalent "job" allows you to do all your business on the internet. In that case, having a solid and secure connection is imperative.....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 04:16pm Full-time RVing
RE: How To Edit My Profile.

1. Log on. 2. Across the top of the opening page you'll see "My Preferences", My Profile etc. 3. Click on My Profile. Scroll down to *Location and change your location there. 4. Scroll to bottom of page and click "Save Changes". 5. Exit out and log back in... Done....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 04:07pm Forum Technical Support
RE: California highway 78

How long is your rig? It's mostly a two lane hwy, fairly well paved. Around Julian there's some grades and lots of narrow turns. Easily done with a 21' rig, more difficult with a 40 footer..45 footers are NOT ALLOWED... You may also encounter snow on that route..check the forecast and check with CalTrans before you go......Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 03:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: rv repair in Las Vegas

RV Service Reviews - Las Vegas Scroll down to Las Vegas and pick the best one.....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 12:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Am I out of my depth?

Start a new thread..this one is like beating a dead horse...:)....Dennis
Executive 11/20/14 12:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Dealer?

I'll bite....prices look pretty standard to me...:h Stephan Davis RV
Executive 11/20/14 12:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Small plates with 1/2 hole in floor?

Seat belt anchors?
Executive 11/19/14 09:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble fueling

Then I'm wondering if your fuel filler tube is at the wrong angle. Is there a way to modify it?.....Dennis
Executive 11/19/14 08:28pm Class A Motorhomes
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