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RE: Hydraulic Booster Pump -stuck? Ford 460 OshKosh

Oshkosh was purchased by Freightliner. So Freightliner may be your best source for information. Richard
RLS7201 06/26/16 02:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane detector issue

If you like, there is a gentleman doing CCI repair. To the best of my knowledge, all repairs get a new sensor and voltage regulator plus what ever else is needed. Contact Larry at ccirepairs@gmail.com Having the ability to have the propane shut off when there is a leak, is a plus. My CCI 7719 continued to function properly for over 15 years. I now have a rebuilt CCI 7719 that functions as designed. Richard 95 Bounder
RLS7201 06/25/16 05:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Clunk after CHF

This guy on Ebay has been the gold standard for F53 sway bar bushings. There are others with bushings but Skuterdude's bushings are of known quality. I have bushings from him that are going on 8 years and they still look like new. Well except for the dirt. GRIN Richard
RLS7201 06/24/16 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 7000 generator

High exhaust gas temperatures on a gasoline engine can be caused by a lean air/fuel ratio or late timing.
RLS7201 06/24/16 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 Ford Tioga Montara starting - wiring diagram

Go http://www.irv2.com/forums/f23/ and post your needs. I'm sure SubFord will have what you need. He is the go to Ford guy. Richard
RLS7201 06/23/16 11:27am Tech Issues
RE: 30 ft- one roof air sufficient?

We have a 1995 33' Bounder that will cool well with one 13,500 BTU, non-ducted, A/C in the summer heat of the SW. But we have dual pane windows, window awnings and a patio awning. So it is possible with one A/C but it needs every advantage. Those that say it won't work are clueless. Richard
RLS7201 06/23/16 10:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dual Generators (not dual fuel, but two generators)

This will do the job. Heard one run at Quartzsite. Just a touch louder than a Honda, but acceptable. Has 30 amp RV receptacle. Champion 3100. Remote start. Richard
RLS7201 06/22/16 11:32am Tech Issues
RE: Electrical Issue

Hi Mike, Always glad to see a neighbor on the forum. Richard NKC class of 61
RLS7201 06/21/16 12:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealer wrecked my motorhome

Next time you need RV service Call Ed at A to Z Mobile RV service. Smart and honest. Best service in the K.C. metro area. Richard Beautiful Downtown Gladstone, MO FMCA Midwest Prairie Schooners
RLS7201 06/20/16 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HELP! Water Pump Issue 1997 Fleetwood Discovery.

Here is how your water pump and controller are wired. If any one of the momentary switches is stuck closed, the others won't be able to signal the controller. Un-plug one switch at a time and see if the others will signal the controller. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/z9TkrmktNA_eEl5SziVfmsriptaGGXhdh1ZpZse-Wn2grqc9qOz-EQ65VFU1THzPNHI9yig60trarc9PgWBwQuiAU_dnkUwtYyyLcTkKJHC7YZ87IoqM8nclzd8RGnPPBeC9BUtVQjkXdIkIOk07rdA-_woPTyUSwPg_4Qvn-h8T6aNTNMLxbebZcu6baKKTd_bHChtt4D8XZyLmbDoxsXZPee_FRLnUdlELXMYfFfayfOR5zCKeLO5bvsNnza4muvkd6MWowbCpdENahCvZ7kK9Yy9WjXDTrDIA2AoK50lVZfG6Gp4bBm5sCEoVU3DddvifGwi6PqrAM8VtG3t7QnydAaBSMn6KiIjWWdAWww95gpiwAdX6F_cwDdDyCkrNNmpm0cDOaRMWIExhymbGV3Jx0KKIUwtioJVbTg_Eu67HVf9i8aSXt-XoKy1A2OkbfMgopzLRG9x5iztLLYvt8EYka74-38745q_bDk3Og8X7QtqvFu7aTSYJZP92ZPMNKuA7fy67tE4q-fyZRH2EXdETRcSO2wxn9jnfbY-M7WYHLQxVAt0NrvU6oL_8K0cAvQPcbB7MsT7lKGxRo8h4nTdD5q-avcg=w775-h477-no height=400 width=600 Richard
RLS7201 06/19/16 07:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HELP!...What can I do to keep fridge cold and food safe?

From your other posts you already know what the issue is........ RV MFG. FAILED when they installed your fridge....too wide of clearances between backwall and cooling unit. You have the 'installation' manual from Norcold and know you need to tighten the clearances up by using baffles to direct/improve natural draft and that external fans would help. Until you take those measures your fridge is handicapped from poor installation by RV MFG. Upcoming trip.......large coolers, lots of ICE This is oh so true! I have helped many customers and friends with this very information. Correct the poor installation and most of the time the cooling problem goes away. Quit patching the problem and do a proper REPAIR Richard
RLS7201 06/19/16 09:58am Tech Issues
RE: Did I find a Unicorn? Bounder 30T

Yahoo Bounder Forum is over 4,000 strong. Richard
RLS7201 06/18/16 06:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wi-Fi Extenders - good info

Problem with them, every repeater hop cuts the bandwidth in half. May I have a more detailed explanation of your post, please. Inquiring minds want to know why a repeater cuts band width in half. Does that apply to all repeaters? What about over air to wire repeaters? Thanks Richard
RLS7201 06/18/16 11:11am Technology Corner
RE: Propane sensor going off

RLS7201 06/17/16 03:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Interior Frig Fans

If you are refering to this...I installed one on our previous frig. It seemed to work...sure didn't hurt anything. Note: ours was a slight challenge to install. I couldn't pull power from the interior light so I had to fish the wire down through the back of the frig. http://acimg.auctivacommerce.com/imgdata/0/0/0/2/9/7/webimg/6436902.jpg height=250 That fan was originally designed for a hard drive. Don't pay a premium price for one labeled for a RV. Look for hard drive fans. I use one with the two fans wired in series. Slow and quiet and does the job. Power it up from the 12 volts for the interior light. I mount mine on the upper shelf wire grid. I just snaps into the shelf. Richard
RLS7201 06/17/16 02:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Dang! What a Trip

Ford delivered your F53 chassis with 235/85R16 Michelin XPS all steel cord radials. Most expensive 16" tire on the market. Ford knew those 16" tires would be run at their maximum capacity so the chassis was delivered with the best tires available at the time. Install rags and they will fail at an early age. Your 35W (36' long) is almost overloaded with 2 passengers aboard. Load carefully. You do not have weight capacity for much stuff. Also that chassis was a little fussy about the brakes. The calipers need to be removed and the slide pins cleaned and re-liberated every two years. Along with changing the brake fluid. Follow the maintenance procedure and set down by Ford and that chassis will serve you well. Richard 95 Bounder F53
RLS7201 06/17/16 02:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best stuff to polish oxidized fiberglass mh?

I started with DuPont #7 rubbing compound, then used Dopont polishing compound, then finished up with a quality wax. Took me a month with no power tools. The old 95 Bounder still looks good. Richard
RLS7201 06/17/16 02:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: polycarbonate (Lexan) to replace windows?

Note that your OEM windows have DOT numbers on them, that is required by law. Many years ago, when I was licensed to do vehicle safety inspections in Missouri, we were required to make sure the DOT # was on the glass and the proper glass was in the proper location. IE laminated windshield, tempered side & rear glass, etc. Richard
RLS7201 06/15/16 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Inconsiderate Drivers

No need to wonder why there is so much road rage. Go ahead and shoot your paint balls and you just may have lead flying back at you. Is it really worth that chance? Revenge may be sweet but it can be deadly! Going out on a limb here but I think it was a joke. There ya go. You got it. See how a little fun started a verbal rage. Or was that road rage in type? GRIN And to the poster that wanted the specs. on such a device. They do make PB guns with battery powered electric triggers and CO2 cartridges. Let your conscience be your guide. GRIN Richard
RLS7201 06/14/16 06:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Inconsiderate Drivers

I think that most drivers simply have no idea how a MH or truck handles and/or how much room it needs to turn or stop. And I don't think they care. I think most have the attitude that they will refuse to get stuck behind a MH and will do whatever to pass and cut in front of you even if it means going absolutely nowhere. And I think many absolutely resent trucks and MH's on the road. How dare we? When they are really inconsiderate and cut me off at a stop I creep up on them and lay on the horn for a good 10-20 seconds until traffic starts moving. Amazing how they behave like they can't hear it or have no idea why you are upset. The thing that drives me the most bananas is coming up on a slower moving vehicle and you try to pass and they speed up. So you give up passing, tuck back in behind and they slow down again. I am not sure if this is on purpose or what but it happens A LOT. These are just some of the reasons I drive my MH in an overly cautious manner. NO NO NO NO NO.........Don't blow your horn at them, think paint ball gun behind your grill. Send them home with a souvenir. GRIN Flack jacket on Richard
RLS7201 06/14/16 12:21pm Class A Motorhomes
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