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RE: 200 lbs psi

Who Cares?????????????????
dalmationlovers 03/20/14 06:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: WA Resident Buying Used in AZ

As stated you will need a signed title, bill of sale, call you insurance company and have them fax or e-mail you proof of insurance, trip permit. When you arrive in WA go to the DMV and hand them the paperwork and pay the sales tax on the purchase price and whatever fees are required in your county and you will be good to go.
dalmationlovers 03/17/14 07:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Problem with Jack antenna

Did you put the TV to setup and scan for channels? Each time you move and set up you need to scan for channels. When I had mine on the other MH I did that every time and would get all the local channels.
dalmationlovers 02/19/14 06:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: wander

As lanerd stated go get it weighed. Then adjust the air pressure in your tires. My 87 Allegro wandered all over until I weighed it and lowered the pressure. My current C was about 15 psi over on each tire and I lowered the pressure and it improved greatly. Last summer we went on a 13 state tour and the only wandering I encountered was driving in wind and that was only bad in Kansas. So start with the cheap before spending $$$$$ on fixed. You also have to remember it won't drive like a car or truck. You driving a house on wheels. And unless you have a large DP you will have a different feel.
dalmationlovers 02/15/14 07:33am General RVing Issues
RE: newby to motorhomes

What are your uses going to be. Full time, weekend camping, short trips, or a few times a year. If usage is high then diesel will be the way to go, if only for camping and the sort then a gas model will work for cost. Diesel will run $$$$ more than gas. As for size you need to look around and be inside and see which layout will work for you. Go to as many RV shows you can and sit inside. Define your usage and that will help.
dalmationlovers 01/21/14 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying used Motorhome class C

I don't know if I would venture into something with 150K miles on it. No matter how well maintained it is it's beginning on the downhill of it's useful life. And for that kind of money there is far too much inventory out there that is better. I would walk, but it is just my opinion.
dalmationlovers 01/20/14 08:09pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Stableizer Upgrade

Before adding anything to your rig I would load it up and go get it weighed. Then set your tire pressure to the specs and then go for a ride to see how it handles. I believe most, if not all, handling issues are caused by improper inflation of tires. Do that and then if you don't like the ride you can solve from there.
dalmationlovers 01/08/14 07:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: its like a lease

If it sounds to good to be true then it's probably not. If you can't afford an RV then don't go down that path.
dalmationlovers 12/30/13 07:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steering & Sway problem

Load it up and go weigh it and then set the tire pressure to the weight. After that then begin to trouble shoot it from there. You are probably running at max air pressure and that will make it move all over.
dalmationlovers 12/29/13 08:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Craigs List Help

Just don't post it more then every couple of days and change the wording a bit each time. Some people out there get a kick out of flagging posts. Just redo the ad and I always checked mine every day or so until it sold. Never saw it as a problem.
dalmationlovers 12/29/13 08:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How much to pay for a MH?

Also go to PPLMotorhomes.com and compare against the price they have sold a similar one for. Very good information there. Good Luck
dalmationlovers 12/28/13 10:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: KM Resorts

We had the same thing last year. We did the presentation and we ended up purchasing the vacation package. We get 30 nights a summer (we stay local most of the time anyway) and only pay a $1 fee for cable (if we want) and $1 for power. The cost out of pocket was under $1500 (which we spent that in 2 years at State Parks) and we have the Coast to Coast network (which we used extensively this last summer). We have no problems with getting a good spot and they do take reservations. The holiday weekends are the most booked times and they usually only allow their home park members (you have a home park) get the top spots, but they can't turn you away. If you don't spend your time at the 9 locations they have then don't do it. The areas they have are about where we go camping anyway and it's getting almost impossible to find a State Park during the summer in the PNW. JMHO
dalmationlovers 12/12/13 08:29am Beginning RVing
RE: Appliances?

Coffee Pot and toaster for the counter top. Grill for outside. Use the microwave for quick heating. We don't spend enough time inside cooking.
dalmationlovers 12/11/13 05:55pm Beginning RVing
RE: Coachmen Freelander C-Class 29 QB- MPG

MPG is what it is. If you drive in calm weather, flat land, and stay at or below 60mph you will get good mileage. If you drive in the mountains you mileage will drop. I have a 27' Class C with an 8.1L Vortec engine. Run about 11,500lbs and on our summer trip of 5700+ miles I averaged 9.7 in 13 Western States in all sorts of weather. I don't tow any vehicle and drive between 60 and 62. For the most part I quit worrying about mileage and just enjoy the trip.
dalmationlovers 12/11/13 05:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2001 four winds

I have an 03 Chateau and don't have a box on either the front or back TV. When I hook up to cable at a campground I program each TV to cable and go from there. I would think that if you have a dish you would need a box.
dalmationlovers 12/01/13 06:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Finding Dry Weight

It is either by your drivers door (if you have one), on the wall at the foot on the drivers side, or in a closet in back. I have mine in the closet in the bedroom. Mine is a Class C and my last 87 Allegro had it by the drivers foot. Check with the dealer or manufacturer.
dalmationlovers 11/26/13 09:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Experience using Geocel to seal fiberglass roof

I have used the product before. It is made by Proflex. I find it very good, especially for the price. Third RV with no issues.
dalmationlovers 11/16/13 05:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class C Tire Replacement

I put Cooper's on my rear this last spring and they ran good for the 5700+ mile trip this last summer. Also make sure that whatever tire you run you have them inflated properly. Most RV's run with too much air. I'm one to not spend an extra $200 per tire for the top brand, but that's just me. I usually travel less then 2000 miles a year.
dalmationlovers 11/10/13 06:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C to tow 7000 lbs.

Unless you go a diesel with a class c I don't think you will find any C that can tow 7500#. Most have a limit at 5000#. You may find some A's that are gas that may tow that but I'm not sure.
dalmationlovers 11/09/13 05:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Circuitry

I have an 03 Chateau. Beside the bed on the passenger side is the circuit panel. You have a breaker that is tripped and also check your fuses. Make sure your posts are correct and then see if you have a problem. If you do call Thor, they have great customer service.
dalmationlovers 11/07/13 05:42pm Class C Motorhomes
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