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RE: redo red max pro

No wax at all. I would use Simple Green or Dawn in a strong concentration. TSP is best to remove all traces of wax, but strong dish washing soaps work well. If there is any wax at all, the Zep/Rex Max will peel off in short order.
2bzy2c 05/22/15 07:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tankless water heater

That would be my thought as well. It simply may need an adjustment.
2bzy2c 05/21/15 08:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: redo red max pro

I tried Zep floor wax remover and that didn't work too well because of the vertical surface. Reapplied a few times with streaking, I also tried ammonia diluted. That didn't work well either. Then TSP and BKF. Finally rubbing compound on a buffer. Still can't get all the streaks and drip marks off. Gave up and reapplied RMP over it. Not great like the first coat a few years ago. Zep makes a stripper that works specifically for removing the Zep coating (not wax). It works really well. Be certain to dilute it and wear gloves. Also, most buffing compounds contain wax. Deadly to the Zep coating. It will flake off soon. Wax is the enemy of Zep.
2bzy2c 05/21/15 12:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 America Dream / Driver's side Electric Window

I really enjoy your posts. Very detailed and well done. You should be a technical writer for the RV industry. You make it appear easy and clean, even though clearer thinking knows that is not the case. Thank you for your efforts.
2bzy2c 05/21/15 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 America Dream / Driver's side Electric Window

On a regular car, there is a side panel that pry's off. Generally the arm rest has screws that hold both the arm rest and door panel in place. Around the perimeter of the door panel, there are friction type plastic connectors that simply pry off. Once inside the door panel, the rest is easy...to locate...replacement, that's another thing. Best of luck.
2bzy2c 05/20/15 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 07 allegro bus 40qdp

Can't say anything about your specific model, but what I can tell you is an experience one of my clients had with Tiffin. He bought a 2006 Phaeton off of craigslist. It was nice, but somewhat neglected. He bought it, and later discovered the floor was soft in the bathroom. Turns out that is a know issue with some of the Tiffins. Anyway, he called Tiffin, and Bob Tiffin took the call. Bob directed him to a repair facility and they went to work on it. Tiffin picked up the bill!! A used coach, 2nd owner, that was at the time 7 years old. That same client now has a new...drum roll....Tiffin!! Can't blame him with service and support like that.
2bzy2c 05/19/15 05:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: where to place jack

There are no "do overs" when it comes to jack stands. Go big or go home.
2bzy2c 05/19/15 01:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to the V10.. Low fuel pressure

Pleas update us when you get it fixed. We all can learn from your experience.
2bzy2c 05/18/15 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine skip/knock

That is a known issue and a fix available from Ford. The air intake allows water to get into the air filter. It gets wet, collapses and causes exactly what you are describing. Too bad. Looks like you might have spent quite a bit of money for no real good reason. Check with your Ford dealer, or maybe someone in this forum can direct you.
2bzy2c 05/17/15 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to the V10.. Low fuel pressure

My V-10 can't wait to start. Never had to crank it for more than a 1/2 second. Yep, something is wrong. I believe the fuel pump in in the gas tank. That could be a job, or maybe add a second external fuel pump. Here is an article on how to install an external fuel pump on the F-53 Article
2bzy2c 05/17/15 06:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blow front tire, what do you do?

I had that happen to me. Left front. It really was no big deal, unlike the video. Don't step on the brake, coast to the shoulder. No sudden turns. Most of all...pray.
2bzy2c 05/16/15 01:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My dad is about to buy a motorhome, is it a good deal?

From what I read, and from the reviews this seller has, everything that I can see and read seems legit. The description is accurate to the model. Not really what I would consider "rambling" but there is quire a bit of information there. Whoever wrote it, does know RV's. Tires are a big issue, and someone not knowing much about RV's would never even consider talking about the tires, more specifically, the date code on the tires. I think it would be worth flying out to have a look. Everything I can see is on the up and up in my opinion, (which is worth exactly what you paid for it). Best of luck.
2bzy2c 05/13/15 09:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: John Deere MH chassis

I believe Cortez used that chassis. Engine? no idea.
2bzy2c 05/12/15 10:01pm Class A Motorhomes
Worlds Fastest Winnebago

For those of you concerned about power.....
2bzy2c 05/11/15 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Holiday Rambler Vacationer

Like I have said often, an RV of that vintage is a part time job. If you are not mechanically inclined, you will be soon enough. Best of luck.
2bzy2c 05/08/15 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Engine replacement odyssey - 1994 HR

Best of luck. I admire your ambition. It should come out just great. If you lived nearby, I would be happy to lend a hand.
2bzy2c 05/08/15 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Convection oven use

Without the gas oven, I would think the convection is a necessity. Wed did not have an oven but a convection microwave. We got along just fine. Without the convection, would have been only inconvenient
2bzy2c 05/02/15 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 40' diesel highest HP

2bzy2c 04/22/15 12:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Removing Carpet from 2005 Winnebago Journey

Tile (ceramic) is very heavy and prone to cracking. Better off with vinyl that looks like tile. Fast install, easy to clean, and weights nothing.
2bzy2c 04/19/15 06:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Purchasing a New Coach -> Trading Old

HA! I just looked above and see you sold it. Good for you!!!
2bzy2c 04/13/15 06:14pm Class A Motorhomes
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