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RE: New recliners - Lippert rocker recliner

I replaced the 2 in mine with cloth LaZBoy swivel rocker/recliners . I did not want leather or any of the lookalikes because I think it is cold in winter and hot and sticky in the summer. If you go to a LaZBoy store, you can custom order them in the color and fabric you want. They are shipped with the backs unattached so they fit through the door easily. The smartest thing I did was get rid of the OEM recliners. I agree with this post. The worst thing I did when I bought my new rig is take my LazyBoy recliner with me. Our new rig came with the Euro recliner. What a joke! My LB was so much better in every way and it didn't even swivel. I may end up junking the Euro **** and get and new LB.
Jack&Kay 08/02/15 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Low Clearance question

We have a Rand McNalley 7720. Last month in Oregon it kept trying to get me off the state HiWay I was traveling on, but it didn't say why. After the last possible place I could turn I finally found out why. There was a tunnel on the road. I pulled over and said, oops. As we sat there and wondered what to do, along came a truck that was nearly our height and it went tright though. As he went in I could tell that he had plenty of room and I knew I would be fine. We went through without issue. I don't remember the height of the tunnel being posted, otherwise I would have known it was ok. The GPS thought it was an issue. Could have been the height setting in the unit.
Jack&Kay 08/02/15 04:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Removing inside engine cover on a class A motor home

I had to get my 2015 Allegro smogged, (bought in Oregon and live in Calcornia) They wanted to look at the top of the engine and I had no idea how to get the "doghouse" open. I called Tiffin service and they sent me an e-mail with about 10 photos showing where the 7 or 8 screws are located and what it looks like opened. After all that the smog guy decided he didn't want to do that anyway. There are screws holding it down and it would help to have a small magnet to find them. They are Phillips head screws. Hope it helps.
Jack&Kay 07/25/15 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sumo "springs"

I had Tiffin install them on our new 2015 Allegro. Best thing I ever did. Handles great I would highly recommend them. Mine came with Sumo Springs as an addition. I can't say what the coach road like before, but after is another issue. The coach bounces from bump to bump. I am uninpressed. We had an Allegro 28DA and it rode better that my new one. Is it just because it's longer? Is it bouncing, or hobby horsing? They could have different causes. When it hits a bump, the front goes up, but then the sumo's restrict the movemet so you get this sudden stop and repeat. I need to check my tire pressure as I don't know how they were aired up at the dealer. I know I should get it weighed too, but all that's going on with DMV, that's the last thing I'm thinking about. Jack
Jack&Kay 07/16/15 05:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sumo "springs"

I had Tiffin install them on our new 2015 Allegro. Best thing I ever did. Handles great I would highly recommend them. Mine came with Sumo Springs as an addition. I can't say what the coach road like before, but after is another issue. The coach bounces from bump to bump. I am uninpressed. We had an Allegro 28DA and it rode better that my new one. Is it just because it's longer?
Jack&Kay 07/11/15 10:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roof Vent Covers

We have the electric vent covers and it's all the way open or all the way closed. What happens to the vent lid when the motor try's to open the lid all the way and can't because it hits these covers? Ours are electric, too, but they stop moving when you let up on the up/down button. Yours don't do that? Ours open all the way with a push of the button, in other words, they don't stop part way either up or down. I also would like to get ven covers for my new Allegro.
Jack&Kay 07/11/15 09:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dinghy ignition key

I bought our CR-V in October 2014 and I can't seem to locate a Vallet key. I have one for our 2009 Odyssey. Do I need to contact the dealer?
Jack&Kay 07/04/15 12:37pm Dinghy Towing
RE: RV Blinds - What are these?

I just wish mine didn't have the day part. Useless and just makes more of a PITA. What does PITA stand for? Thanks/Newbie Mikey PITA = Pain In The A...
Jack&Kay 06/26/15 11:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sonoma, Napa, Santa Rosa or Petaluma RV Dealer

I don't know TTs, but there are several outfits on Santa Rosa Avenue that sell new ones. http://www.santarosarvsales.com http://www.northcoastrv.com http://www.reedstrailers.com Reeds Trailer Sales in Petaluma
Jack&Kay 06/26/15 11:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: After market air springs

I would recomend you look into Sumo springs for your coach. http://www.ultrarvproducts.com/store/index.php?route=product/category&path=33_99
Jack&Kay 06/25/15 08:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan generator issue

You might get some SeaFoam and see if that helps. It's a gas additive. http://seafoamsales.com/sea-foam-motor-treatment/ When I was at a Tiffin Rally, the Cummins/Ohan rep recomended it.
Jack&Kay 06/25/15 08:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 5500 Quits Running

I had to have the fuel pump on mine reaplaced because it would not continue to run shortly after starting. Now it runs as long as I have a load on, like A/C, but will shut down with no load. Living with it for now.
Jack&Kay 05/23/15 06:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I want to install a 12V digital volt meter

I installed a 12v meter under our dinnet and tied it into the power plug. I didn't have a need for a switch as I rarely dry camp. http://i.imgur.com/bI15XZ7l.jpg
Jack&Kay 01/27/15 09:36pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: need a little help in finding and choosing an rv park

If you have a smart phone, there's an App called RV Parky. I have found it to be quite vauable.
Jack&Kay 01/27/15 09:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: towing a car

We have towed a 94 Accord with a manual tranny for about 3 years now. Really easy. We just bought a 2014 CR-V and have to get it rigged for towing.
Jack&Kay 01/27/15 09:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: looking for a vehicle to tow.

We have towed a 94 Honda Accord with a manual trnsmission for about 3 years. In October we bought a 2014 CR-V to replace it, mainly due to the Accord's age. I don't have the CR-V rigged to tow yet, but I hope to soon. Camping season in California has started, well it never stopped, really.
Jack&Kay 01/27/15 09:06pm Class A Motorhomes
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