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RE: Splendide 2100XC Wash/Dry Times

Total time to wash and dry a load with maximum drying time selected is about 4 hours.
supercub 06/29/16 09:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 110 hookup only ???

Bought an adapter today. Goes from 50 amp to 30 amp, it's just a short adapter, no dog bone, it cost about $10. I have an adapter to go from the 30amp to 110 20 amp service. I shouldn't need AC's where I'm headed, and probably will only use the TV and lights, will turn everything else off or switch to propane where I can. Thanks for all the feedback. Brian
supercub 06/23/16 11:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 110 hookup only ???

Found out it is 20amp service.
supercub 06/23/16 10:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Hiway 42 from Winston to Coos Bay?

sorry double posting
supercub 06/23/16 10:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Hiway 42 from Winston to Coos Bay?

Thanks for the replies, so do doable, I'll head out that way. Thanks again. Brian
supercub 06/23/16 10:24am Class A Motorhomes
Oregon Hiway 42 from Winston to Coos Bay?

38 ft motor home towing a car. How is the road from I-5 near Winston OR. to Coos Bay? Thanks
supercub 06/22/16 10:42pm Class A Motorhomes
110 hookup only ???

Have never done this before. I'm hooking up were there's only 110 service available. What do I do?? Will that keep the batteries charged, assuming I only run the TV etc. No Air Conditioners, I know. Would I plug into the 110 and then turn the invertor on and run off that or ?? Thanks
supercub 06/22/16 10:27am Class A Motorhomes
Exhaust fan on Microwave/convection oven ??

I have a GE Profile Spacemaker Microwave and Convection oven. Across the bottom it has exhaust vents for the 3 burner stove. What I don't understand is, the exhaust is vented out thru vents in the top of the microwave, right back into the motorhome. In other words, it sucks up the fumes in the bottom and exhaust them out thru the top. What the heck good does this do? Anyone else have this kind of set up?
supercub 06/20/16 09:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New class A Motorhome

I have an 04 DP on a Freightliner Chassis with 42,000 miles. Cummins 8.3 350hp engine. In the last year, I had to replace a lift pump and the ECM. Other then that, everything runs and works great. Personally I'd lean towards the Diesel Pusher. Good luck Brian
supercub 06/15/16 10:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: polycarbonate (Lexan) to replace windows?

Some of the shops that repair dual pane windows are now offering a thicker single pane window for replacement. The cost are about the same. The advantage is..........no more fogging, and the insulation value is about the same. Even though I have them, I think dual panes are ridiculous in a motor home. Any honest shop will tell you they eventually will leak. Besides, we all have a huge window across the front that is NOT dual pane. Brian
supercub 06/15/16 08:55am Class A Motorhomes

So did you get your Rev?
supercub 06/13/16 06:32pm Class A Motorhomes
Adjusting fan belt tension?

Just replaced the fan belt driving my AC compressor. It's not a serpentine belt. It only drives the AC Compressor. I'm just curious what others use as a guide for tightness on the belt. I have a couple that I use, one being at the midpoint between the two pulleys the belt should be able to roll by hand 90 degress and no more, the other is about a 1/2 inch play at the midpoint. What do you use? Thanks Brian
supercub 06/13/16 06:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do you use to raise the MH to work underneath?

anyone use ramps made of solid wood? I know Redlands RV uses them, and seem to work well. Is it ok to use a ramp that supports just one of the tires on the rear dual's or could you over stress the one tire?
supercub 06/13/16 09:15am Class A Motorhomes
What do you use to raise the MH to work underneath?

Just curious what you do to lift the motor home so you can get underneath to work on it?
supercub 06/13/16 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extended Warranties

:) Hi, Never, ever, ever buy an extended warranty unless it is from the manufacturer of the product. Why ? Just curious why you feel that way ! I have one that is NOT thru the manufacturer and I've had very good service with it. In fact, I doubt you can get an extended service contract on a used unit thru the manufacturer.
supercub 06/12/16 09:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extended Warranties

I have an extended service contract, and personally, I wouldn't be without one. Some people say take that money and put into some kind of account. I doubt many actually end up doing this. My contract covers 4 years of which I'm about 2 years into. I've had a lift pump replaced, ECM, and a plastic radiator tank. Considering the initial cost of the extended service contract, I'd be out about 1/2 of what I paid if I didn't have it. The main reason I have it, is in case of a major engine problem. I can't afford $20-30K out of pocket. Like any insurance, it basically boils down to a gamble. Me............I'm comfortable with having one, and wouldn't be comfortable without one...........cut and dry for me. By the way, if you decide get quotes, I'd highly recommend Wholesale Warranties, they've been very good.
supercub 06/11/16 09:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long do you store fresh water in tank?

I've had my motorhome for almost 2 years and have never cleaned the fresh water tank. I only drink bottled water when on the road. Is it still a good idea to sanitize the tank?
supercub 06/11/16 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: spray lube for jacks?

I called the manufacture a few years ago and they recommended WD-40. I was surprised they recommended it and questioned them and asked if Silicone spray wouldn't be better, they thought about it and said, you're right. We're going to start recommending that. True Story
supercub 06/10/16 06:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fords that can be flat towed

Ford Escape Hybrid. They stopped making them in 2012, I'm on my second one and have been excellent cars. For towing you just put it in neutral, parking brake off, and turn key to unlock steering wheel.
supercub 06/09/16 10:37pm Dinghy Towing

The Liberty Chassis is a Sparten Chassis. I believe it's what they call a raised rail. The chassis rails are raised allowing more room in the pass thru storage compartments.
supercub 06/07/16 09:54pm Class A Motorhomes
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