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RE: Cutting Fiberglass

Regarding the cutting of holes in fiberglass. Do not use a hole saw. At least not a coarse toothed one. Chances are the surrounding fiberglass will shatter leaving small spider cracks. Nothing to worry about structure wise, but certainly ugly and will look amature'ish. If you have one available, use a router. That will leave a clean hole.
2bzy2c 11/24/14 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries dead...won't start

A few posts back, they reported new batteries fixed the problem
2bzy2c 11/22/14 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash Heater Core Leak

Using stop leaks in a radiator is okay, but certainly not a permanent fix. You are only postponing the inevitable, which is replacing the heater core. Use the stop leak for now, but save your pennies for the replacement down the road. And no, they are not a scam. They do work.
2bzy2c 11/22/14 05:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries dead...won't start

Thank you for posting the results.
2bzy2c 11/22/14 11:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks California coast

A real sleeper of a campground that few know about, partially because it is very new. Located in Laguna Beach, just off of PCH. Easy access to the ocean, though not ON the ocean. Very new, very beautiful. Shhhh...don't tell anyone! Crystal Cove Google Earth Coordinates - 33°33'50.46" N 117°49'24.10" W
2bzy2c 11/21/14 02:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Using airbags for rear spring augmentation

I had airbags on my 32' gasser. They came with the RV so I can't really say what the before and after was. However, what I did note, which was a surprise, not only did it prop up the rear end, but it also reduced the side to side sway in cross winds and when big rigs pass you by. This was tested with the air bags at 20 lbs and then again at 60 lbs. There was a big difference. They do a good job, and from what I have heard, they are not terribly expensive. I believe mine were from Firestone.
2bzy2c 11/21/14 11:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Am I out of my depth?

Yep. You got yourself an RV and a part time job all at once! Best of luck.
2bzy2c 11/19/14 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering this used Class A.......

Seems like you are getting good advice. However, you may be getting "information Overload", leading to "Analysis Paralysis" It is not a very expensive RV (relatively speaking), and it does sound like the Seller has taken pretty good care of it. Its not like you are headed to taking a 100K bath like some have reported in here. Go with your gut. Have the chassis inspected. The house portion are mostly all components anyway.
2bzy2c 11/17/14 07:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roof replacement 2000 Bounder

We need a new roof on our 2000 Bounder and have quotes from both Camping World at about $2000 and Lazy Days at $5000. Lazy Days says thats because the entire roof will have to be replaced in order for the new material to adher to it. Having just soent $5000 for all new brakes I am not keen on the hugh quote but not sure if the CW one will last. The patch we have on mow is about 30"by40" and has started flapping when we drive so need it fixed. 5 grand for brakes. somebody seen you comming X's2^
2bzy2c 11/14/14 07:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Imformation on Action Credit Services Tucson Arizona

You're right. Their website is unfinished and a real piece of junk. Looks like they hired a 10 year old to design it, then he quit. Run forest...RUN!
2bzy2c 11/10/14 07:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries dead...won't start

Sounds like dead batteries. I suggest you put a charge on the chassis batteries. It might be your shore power may not be charging, or your chassis battery is bad. Try jump starting. That will give you a clue at the very least.
2bzy2c 11/08/14 07:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to site.

I can appreciate your ambition, but that is about where it stops. First off, buying an RV of that vintage, thinking you are going to be able to turn the key and go is far from reality. Just tires alone will cost you 2K. Who's to say what will happen to a 20 year old RV while you are on the road. New transmission, 4K. New engine, 10K and the list goes on and on. You would be one thrown rod from being homeless. Not a good plan by any stretch of the imagination. If it were just you, then I say go for it. But you have your entire family at risk, not a good plan at all. Keep thinking, but think in terms of renting something (house) in your new area. Far cheaper and safer.
2bzy2c 11/02/14 02:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Were coming to America

Good luck with your plans, but I am curious as to how you get a tourist visa for more than 90 days? I know an I94 is good for 90 days and MAY be renewable at the discretion of the Immigration Officer you talk to. No guarantees. Plus you might want to check how curious the IRS (Income tax guys) will get if you spend more than 4 months each year in the USA. They have a formula that adds current year days plus 1/3 of the previous year plus 1/6 of the year before that. If that total is more than 180 days they may come looking for a tax return! Worth checking out BEFORE you get in their bad books! Geeez. Talk about your Buzz Kill!!
2bzy2c 11/02/14 06:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cured My Double Towing State Law Issues, Pics Inside

That is a real nice job. But I have to ask, why not flat tow the Jeep and load the boat on top of the Jeep?
2bzy2c 10/31/14 08:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: SERVICE FAILURE AT "McBride's RV" (Chino, CA)

You wrote - " when I pointed out that the quote for the bill was not what was listed on the website". Since this was the quote, you should have walked then.
2bzy2c 10/26/14 01:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Workhorse Chassis- Expensive Lesson Learned- Cheap Fix

Thanks for the heads up. However, that has been an issue discussed here quite a bit. Ford does have a fix for that.
2bzy2c 10/26/14 11:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Complaint about a dealer

Okay. So you bought a used coach. A repo to boot. So why are you complaining about the dealer? Yes you have a significant list. So has the dealer refused to fix those items? What exactly is your point? Is it more that you are disappointed with all the items on your punch list? Used RV, Repo RV. There are going to be problems to be shaken out. Patience grasshopper. My popcorn is getting stale.
2bzy2c 10/23/14 11:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Inexpensive bike rack?

I checked with Costco Their hitch mounted bike carrier is $249 Sorry. Maybe ebay or craigslist. Here--->Bike Racks on Craigslist. There were quite a few for less than $100 Here is a hitch mounted one for $50 --->4 Bike Rack
2bzy2c 10/23/14 09:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lower Gas Prices...Are you RVing More?

HA!!! Just went down to $3.31
2bzy2c 10/16/14 11:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lower Gas Prices...Are you RVing More?

Seems like we are stuck here in So Cal @ $3.35 (Costco)
2bzy2c 10/15/14 07:42pm Class A Motorhomes
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