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RE: Day/night shades motorized rv shades

There are some fairly inexpensive ones on Ebay.
crasster 06/09/17 09:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Work done at dealership

What I would do is charge $10 especially if it was a coach with 6 tires. $2.50 per corner. I think that's fair. We do need to consider the checker had to probably drag around an air hose and go fetch the gauge.
crasster 06/09/17 09:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can hardly wait 16th-Professional Inspection Service Day

It's really pretty easy to fly by a Corvette in a VW if the guy in the Corvette is not in a hurry. Pretty sure the same applies to the guy in the Prevost. An Elegant Lady is a Liberty Coach. Being around to watch 2 45 footers drag race has to be a magic moment and this was not one of those moments. This. I'm not impressed by anything "flying by" something on a road open to the public. There are too many variables. I have a 4 Cylinder Toyota Yaris that can go 145mph. The reason why (even though it's a 4 cylinder) is because it is light car with good aerodynamics. No muscle, but yes it will get there eventually. The problem is when I hit the man on the motorcycle obeying the law. So it's probably not a good idea to "fly by".
crasster 06/09/17 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What's up with Coach Net ?

I can't imagine why it would be regional prices on RV's. Many of us travel distances and all over with them.
crasster 06/09/17 06:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steering problem

I think you are in the right direction going after the hydro booster.
crasster 06/07/17 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coleman Airxcel

The Dometic 15K heat pump on my 2014 TT was made in China and only lasted three years until all the Freon leaked out. The new unit is noticeably quieter inside and out and of a different design (still made in China), the compressor is vertical instead of horizontal. Hope it lasts a little longer than the last one. I remember when all the RV A/C's were made in the US and lasted for decades, sadly, not anymore :( There are MANY things doing the exact same thing. Even in home appliances. :( We really need to get back to made in the USA. My hope is it lasts you longer too, as three years is pathetic.
crasster 06/07/17 01:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Joining the ranks

Well if you are in the process and don't have anything yet, I ALWAYS suggest a small car and a small 4 wheel up carrier. SO much easier and less fuss to just lower the ramps, drive up, close ramps & lock. I like things with way less steps.
crasster 06/07/17 01:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: GFCI

I also see the nasty stab connection that is causing the issue. Yes, this! Anytime you make any electrical connections folks be sure it is a SOLID connection using ALL the wires on the proper rated cable! :)
crasster 06/07/17 01:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Progressive roadside assistance

I still like Good Sam. Had great results with them!
crasster 06/07/17 01:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coach battery/Generator

Have you physically checked the water level of the batteries?
crasster 06/07/17 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good Sams Insurance

I say if their price is good go for it!
crasster 06/03/17 03:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cloudy antifreeze in radiator

Hey Gary I hope it is just some of the cleaner residue left behind. As long as it's not milky cause that would be a head gasket and a pita to fix. Been there done that. X2, I think a flush and refill will tell you a lot.
crasster 06/03/17 03:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Worst dealer experience ever - price change

100% would have walked. Period. No excuses justifies a 10k price increase.
crasster 06/03/17 03:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When To Replace Coach Batteries?

Typically I clean the batts with anything carbonated. Then I use a desulphator at 12v to re-condition the batteries. I've seen batts last over 12 years doing this and still going!
crasster 06/01/17 08:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mineral Oil In Batteries - My Update

Very interesting, never heard of doing this.
crasster 05/23/17 07:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Oldie. Not mine

Nothing wrong with old coaches. I especially like ones from the 60's.
crasster 05/23/17 07:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sun Shade for part of the side of RV when in storage, ideas?

I know this really doesn't help much for the OP problem, but just throwing out my theory here. I've seen problem after problem with RV's through the years about paint, leaks, fading, dry rot (paint/tires) etc. I really think the best investment one could make before buying an RV would be a FULL COVERED metal storage building to house it in. Your paint will stay new. Your tires will last longer. Your tire cover etc., will always look great. You won't get bird doo, debris, or sun damage on the roof & A/C unit. Also it won't form leaks. I really believe a coach like this could last many decades if not a lifetime.
crasster 05/23/17 07:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaking Fitting on 1998 Bounder

Can you get a picture of the problem area and the surrounding area?
crasster 05/23/17 07:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: adding more batteries

Yes, AH is everything on the batteries. Have you tried golf cart batteries wired in series parallel? They have A LOT more amp hours and typically are just a LITTLE bit taller than deep cycle.
crasster 05/23/17 07:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Darker exterior color cause higher temps inside?

Back in the '90s, an employee at the Nissan dealer in Augusta, GA, tried an experiment on a nice, hot, sunny southern summer day. He took some test thermometers from the HVAC tech. He placed them in otherwise identical trucks - but one was white and one was black. There was a 40 degree difference in the interior temps between the two trucks. Rob Totally believe it. Solar ovens are black. Black metal gets very hot outside on a sunny day. With glass, a black RV with insulation is essentially a poorly designed solar oven. Of course after driving it with A/C it gets much better, but still, I totally believe they are hotter. But let's talk about winter time now. :)
crasster 05/21/17 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
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