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RE: Badlands, and wind cave S. Dakota that bad?

They are both unique and well worth a trip. We've been there many times!
danpreszler 01/31/15 07:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Moving from Class A to Class B

We own a LTV Free Spirit with a 2500 chassis and are completely happy with the economy and quality of the unit. The bed has memory foam and is covered with "ultra leather" and we find it very comfortable and roomy. This is one fine class B and we would recommend a LTV to anyone.
danpreszler 01/26/15 08:43am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Lolo Hot Springs Resort and RV Park

Lolo Hot Springs is actually in Montana - still strange that they wouldn't accept cash.
danpreszler 01/15/15 11:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sprinter ROOF LEAKS

I have a 2006. We love it, but it is a POS in terms of body rust. This led to a shocking roof leak. It had absolutely nothing to do with the A/C or any other through-roof fitting. I tell anyone looking at a a 2006 or earlier to be very thorough in inspecting for rust. Mechanically it is great. Fuel mileage is great. The body, not so much. We also have a 2006 and have never had any problem and we've been out in quite a few downpours. As for rust, we have absolutely none however, it's garaged when not in use and our climate is generally dry. It still looks new.
danpreszler 10/17/14 12:22pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 2006 LTV sprinter needs alternator

Before spending over $750. for a new alternator, OR EVEN REBUILDING IT,have you tried a new voltage regulator package (for less than $50.) Any Merc. mechanics (outside the normal steeler) will tell you replacing the voltage regulator will fix 99% of alternator problems. CHECK THIS OUT If it's the regulator, try this link - http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairguides/Sprinter-2005-2007/Charging-System/Voltage-Regulator/_/P-0996b43f8075b7b5 Doesn't appear to be very difficult.
danpreszler 08/29/14 11:58am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
Straight Shot Backup system - 2006 LTV

My back up monitor in went blank today. It's a Straight Shot and I've found out that this is common with this system. Has anyone replaced theirs?
danpreszler 07/21/14 09:38am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: I promise this is my last question....altitudes along I-90

You shouldn't have any problems - just a short downgrade from the pass to Whitehall. Just slow down a bit and stay in the right lane with the trucks. As far as passes go, this is a little one.
danpreszler 07/15/14 04:57pm Roads and Routes
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