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RE: Streets & trips 2013

Have not had a problem with streets and trips. We have slowly been converting over to several free gps ones.... Honestly, unlimited data we have found so incredibly useful. We can use online sites like tripadvisor to learn of all the great places to see/visit in an area. Also on historic sites we can look up more info.
crasster 02/18/17 08:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: purchasing getting closer

Ok, I advise just keep your options open and keep looking. Monaco makes an excellent coach. I will say though for that amount of $ you can buy a lot of reasonable gassers with much less miles and much newer. Dunno if this is the route you want to take, but keep your eyeballs open for that "sweet deal".
crasster 02/18/17 08:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor Compass questions

Look up Thor a lot here on the forums. There is a pretty heavy negative lean at their quality. There is an overall trend that leans that way on the internet. Many owners will say they "like them but had this and that"... I'd suggest research.
crasster 02/17/17 07:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tire Inflation pressures

If you want better MPG (Very slight) use sidewall. If you want smoother ride, go with MFG pressure OR 5psi lower than MFG pressure (slightly less MPG).
crasster 02/17/17 07:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Hurricane 34B Ride Quality

I would lower the PSI by 5 PSI and see what that does. I've seen amazing results by just lowering tire pressure a little in ride quality.
crasster 02/17/17 07:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Revolution tail lights

Try ebay over an over. Keep looking! There is a replacement out there. If not you may be able to get one custom made ($).
crasster 02/17/17 07:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Advice on selling our Class A motorhome

I like craigslist because it is free. YOU WILL however get more "tire kickers" just messing around. State that you want serious buyers only and don't want to waste time with low ballers.
crasster 02/17/17 07:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reviews

Fleetwood is known to make an OK coach. It's definitely not luxurious, definitely there are sometimes issues, but overall the quality has been relatively good through the years and there are tens of thousands of happy owners. I think it's safe if you like the floor plan and it's a good deal.
crasster 02/17/17 07:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Tires - affect on ride

I've had best results with Hankook or Michelin. They DO affect the overall ride smoothness. Toyo I have not had the best results with.
crasster 02/17/17 07:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yellowstone

Make reservations early! :) You always have a better shot of getting a spot with early reservations.
crasster 02/16/17 07:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Installed new roof A/C - question about roof

If it's not enough of a sag to keep condensate from draining, I wouldn't worry about it- you can use a string to see how bad the sag is- http://bryantrv.com/images/roofsag.png If the base pan is above the string, good to go. If it's sag like that level the coach a bit raised or lowered in one direction (front to back) so it will drain off the front or back.
crasster 02/16/17 07:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need a narrow motorhome or folding mirrors at least

Our bounder has hex allen wrench tighteners. We can loosen and mirrors will wiggle to the side. I think we could even pull them off just haven't tried.
crasster 02/16/17 07:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sumo springs

Also lowering the PSI in your tires by 5psi can make the ride a lot smoother. You will burn a bit more gas though.
crasster 02/16/17 07:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing Folding(Pleated) Shower Door

I took mine down when it tore up and bought a $8 shower curtain. Problem solved This. Get creative with stuff that isn't always "stock". You'll save a fortune. Even if the curtain is too long scissors and a bit of rubber cement (on the new hem) will make the curtain just the right size.
crasster 02/16/17 07:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide-out water leaks

I have a 2005 Fleetwood Southwind 37C with three slides. the front two slides both leak when in the out position and raining. Ok when the slides are in. The rubber seals on the inside ( the slides themselves ), have come lose in a couple of places and I was going to reglue. Wondering what kind of glue to use. They are not very accessible, I can barely stick my hand insde when the are fully retracted. Any help woth stopping the leaks would be appreciated, Use black shoe goo. I think this is the best glue out there right now that offers flexibility and incredible strength. You're welcome. :)
crasster 02/16/17 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coachnet

My opinion is that is too much. I'd go with Good Sam and let the free market win. :) Good Sam across the board is a great service.
crasster 02/16/17 07:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Tires - affect on ride

On the bounder we just use even pressure and not go so specific on weight per corner. May be our own mistake but things usually seem pretty even. The 80PSI is the mfg weight for the ride they want you to have and not what the tire can handle. It will be rougher with more psi even though the tire can handle it. But you will get slightly better mpg with more psi.
crasster 02/15/17 06:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: American Coach, how the heck does this AC system work?

I'm with the others on power. 15000 btu's draw nearly 15 amps. That would be 45 out of a 50 amp connection. Any weakness, any ghost feeds (such as a converter charging batts) and POP, there goes the breaker. You may need to to get one of those over to another breaker outlet on the campsite if possible. Often there is a 30 and 50 amp leg. Get it to the 30 while the coach is on the 50 (if it can handle it).
crasster 02/15/17 06:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gasser Extended Trip and Oil Changes

Sure sounds good to go. Just be sure to check the level now and then.
crasster 02/15/17 06:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2009 Coachmen Prism 230 Diesel?

There is always a much sweeter taste than bitter when you walk away and know for a fact you did the right thing... We all hate wasting the time though.
crasster 02/14/17 08:16am Class C Motorhomes
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