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RE: 2005 Southwind Generator runs just fine but no power

It might be under a drawer in the bedroom. Pull the bottom drawers out and look behind them.
supercub 03/20/17 11:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wow, just wow, The rv of my dreams

Who ever built it was not a craftsman! Looks like a piece of junk.
supercub 02/23/17 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sumo springs

I had a Workhorse Chassis a few years back. I did just about every suspension upgrade including Sumo springs to improve the ride and handling. The handling improved somewhat............probably 25%, the ride, maybe 15%. I now have a diesel pusher and the ride and handling is 100% better then gas, plus the noise level going up grades is 1000% better. My DP is on a Freightliner and after market upgrades are available. I plan on zero upgrades, why? it rides and drives great as it is. If I had a gas motor home. I might do some sway bars do help with handling, as far as ride, it's been my experience, it's basically money down the drain. I've had two gas motor homes one I just did shock upgrades and again, no difference, the other I talked about above. I've found that quite often when people spend money on an upgrade, that they've convinced themselves into a positive improvement no matter what the outcome, so will talk positive about the product.
supercub 02/16/17 11:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing black water tank with freshwater tank.

Like the above post suggested, go to Gone with the Wynns website. They've been using composting toilets for years in their RV's, they now have a sailboat and have them in it too. They have videos on installation, and what they did with their black tank. Lots of useful info on their website, might take a little looking, but it's there.
supercub 02/05/17 10:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing black water tank with freshwater tank.

Like the above post suggested, go to Gone with the Wynns website. They've been using composting toilets for years in their RV's, they now have a sailboat and have them in it too. They have videos on installation, and what they did with their black tank. Lots of useful info on their website, might take a little looking, but it's there.
supercub 02/05/17 10:47pm Class A Motorhomes
Paint or gel coating starting to spider/crack on side

2004 Fleetwood Revolution. Black, silver, gray. Always stored under cover. Currently stored under carport, however the sun gets to about a quarter of one side of the motor home. The area the has black paint on it is starting to crack. I have no idea if it's the paint or if it goes deeper and is the siding material itself. My question is. what can I do to slow this down. Will a good coating of wax help slow it down? Any recommendations? The other painted areas look fine, it's just the black area. Thanks
supercub 02/05/17 10:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: base plate for toad is bent

They should supply drill heads on those bolts so they can be safety wired.
supercub 12/25/16 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: base plate for toad is bent

My base plate broke a few years back, lucky the safety cables held the car. Did a little research and found out others with similar cars had the same failure happen. Called Blue Ox and they replaced it with a better design that included a gusset to prevent side to side motion which eliminated the stress points.
supercub 12/24/16 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Upgrade to a DP?

Here's 32ft that's not far from you. http://www.demartinirv.com/vehicles/detail/1507
supercub 12/14/16 08:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hit my mirror. Need help removing mirror housing.

I'm only guessing, but can you take the arm off, is there a nut on the bottom so you can take the arm off. then perhaps that will allow you to take the black housing off to expose mounting nuts underneath. Or does that black housing pop off, maybe with a screw driver, carefully prying it?
supercub 11/30/16 08:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Travel to Mammoth, CA in Winter

I've driven my motor home over 88 several times towing my car, I would be very careful doing it during the winter. Snow mounds along the road makes an already narrow road even more narrow. Can you do it during the winter yes, but like others have said, keep an eye on the weather and road conditions. 395 heading south can be the same way. Personally, I'd plan on taking the southern route, better and safer road conditions during the winter. Might take a couple hours longer, but what the heck. Enjoy your trip. Brian
supercub 11/23/16 06:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air dump.

Try hitting the auto level, and see if that dumps the bags. if it does, then start up and refill them, and then try the dump switch again.
supercub 11/14/16 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
What glue to use?

I have a piece of trim coming loose on the side of my motorhome. It appears to be held on by adhesive. It's an 04 Fleetwood Revolution. Any idea what kind of adhesive to use to glue it back. It's a trim strip that is about 2 inches high, about 1/2 inch thick and runs most of the length of the motor home. It appears to be the same material as the side of the motorhome. An area about 3 inches is lifting. Thanks Brian
supercub 11/01/16 08:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadmaster Spare Tire Carrier

I was giving some serious thought to carrying a spare tire awhile back. I called a truck tire store and the manager told me, he wouldn't spend the money on a used tire, that I may never need. His reasoning was, I may never need it, and it will deteriorate in 7 years or so. Plus my tire size is very common and he said I shouldn't have a problem with any road side service having one. After talking to him, I decided against it. I thank him for his honesty.
supercub 09/23/16 08:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2003 Holiday Rambler Neptune

Make sure you test drive it over various road conditions. If it's on the R4R chassis, they're known for a very rough ride. Don't think that just because it has air suspension it will ride nicely. They typically ride very harsh. As mentioned above, make sure you check that the trailing arms have been upgraded also. The replacement arms should look like this. http://sourcerv.com/trailing_arm
supercub 09/10/16 08:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bodie CA

Thanks for the replies. Based on what I've read, I won't be taking my motor home there, I'll drive my car. Thanks for the feedback. Brian
supercub 09/06/16 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
Bodie CA

How is the road into Bodie? Is it good enough to drive my 38 ft diesel pusher, towing a vehicle? Have never been there. Any comments about visiting that area? Thanks Brian
supercub 09/06/16 11:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Holiday Rambler Neptune?

If it has the R4R chassis, it will ride very rough. I would test drive it over a variety of road surfaces. Ride is very harsh, to put it mildly. Yes, make sure the trailing arms have been replaced, and not replaced with Roadmaster arms, but with the Source Engineering Trailing Arms. They also offer a ride enhancement kit for the R4R Chassis. My experience was it still rode very rough.
supercub 08/28/16 08:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HELP! Low tunnel question

The road on the south side of the Columbia is 4 lane hiway, you won't have any problem on that side. I've driven both sides, and personally, I think the south side is a prettier drive.
supercub 08/28/16 08:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RV Theft and pursuit.

http://www.kcra.com/news/rv-thief-in-custody-after-pursuit-in-sac-amador-counties/41293138
supercub 08/20/16 02:14pm Class A Motorhomes
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