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RE: 295/80R22.5 Latest Tire Prices

To each his own, my GY G670s (295/80R22.5) have been doing fine. Some Michelins, however, have been cracking along side wall in two years.
Blaster Man 11/23/14 05:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 295/80R22.5 Latest Tire Prices

To each his own, my GY G670s (295/80R22.5) have been doing fine.
Blaster Man 11/23/14 05:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cars that gan be towed

2014 or earlier CRV would be my choice.
Blaster Man 11/23/14 05:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: tires

Also look at Hankook tires. Well respected with the MH crowd. Same for Toyos. Remember, these tires will "age" out before they wear out the tread.
Blaster Man 11/23/14 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seek advice about towing my car behind my A-Class

Any Honda CRV pre 2015 can be towed four down. Honda had a brain dump and put a different trans in the 2015...no longer towable four down.
Blaster Man 11/22/14 09:03am Dinghy Towing
RE: Winterizing a washer/dryer combo

If you have reliable power, put two trouble lights in the tub with 60 watt bulbs. I use two in case one dies. Been doing this for years down to 10 degrees, no problems.
Blaster Man 11/20/14 10:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Put MH on boards or not for winter

In my opinion, if you're going to be on gravel for the winter months, then I'd park on the boards. As it sits for a period of time, the weight of the coach on the gravel will cause the little rocks to indent into the rubber and cause places that may well permanently damage the tires. I put mine on boards too.
Blaster Man 11/18/14 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power Gear slide/jacks working intermittently

Send PG an email.
Blaster Man 11/16/14 11:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power Gear Jacks

Sent PG an email, they are very responsive.
Blaster Man 11/14/14 12:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery replacement

You don't need deep cycle for the chassis. Their primary purpose is to start the engine.
Blaster Man 11/06/14 08:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help determining if I can get a motorhome into my driveway

I had a Montana 5th wheel pulled by a Chevy 3500 D/A dually. The Montana was hard but doable. With the MH, tried boards under the rear wheels, various angles, nothing worked. After trying numerous times on two occasions, gave up. The back end (DP) is too low, it hits, and even the front end (generator) hit coming out. Now we leave it in storage and make a couple of trips to load it...and unload when coming home.
Blaster Man 11/03/14 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help determining if I can get a motorhome into my driveway

Double post.
Blaster Man 11/03/14 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are tow Dolly's a Hassle?

To answer the OP's question, mentioned in the title....YES!
Blaster Man 10/30/14 06:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield

I have a no deductible windshield replacement rider on my policy...no, don't recall what it cost.
Blaster Man 10/23/14 08:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dometic Refrigerator Not Working

There is a 10 amp fuse you need to run the refer...my blows once in a while...check it out.
Blaster Man 10/21/14 04:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is 360 hp enough for for 38-40 ft class A

It's not the HP that gets a MH over the mountains, it's the torque. And these motorhomes have some incredible torque. For example, the Cummins ISB6.7 has 200-360 hp and 520-800 LB/FT torque (same size engine (6.7L) you find in Dodge Ram pickups). The ISC8.3 has 380 HP and 1050 LB/FT of torque, 8.3L. Bump it up to the next level and the ISL9 has 400-450 HP and 1250 LB/FT of torque. The king of Cummins motorhome engines is the ISX15 with 600 hp and 1950 LB/FT torque. These are the current specs from Cummins website. It also depends on which model of a brand one gets. For example, the Tiffin Phaeton 40' comes with the ISC engine, while the higher level Tiffin Allegro Bus 40' has the beefier ISL engine. Same length, different engines. If it were me, I would be checking the torque rating for any motorhome I was looking at. I would hate to think I was buying an ISC engine when it was actually an ISB. Quite true, HP is only part of the question. Cu inches and torque play key roles.
Blaster Man 10/20/14 04:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sewer Odor (most likely the grey tank)

...But your tanks are a closed system with a roof vent. Something is wrong...You should never have a black or gray tank odor inside your rv. Adding chemicals or deodorizers is just a waste of good money... Exactly.
Blaster Man 10/19/14 11:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lower Gas Prices...Are you RVing More?

...If 100 dollars breaks you then a motorhome is not the hobby for you... True. If you can't afford the fuel, find something else to do for fun.
Blaster Man 10/16/14 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Synthetic Oil - Do you use it in Cummins Engine?

To answer the OP's question, no, can't see the advantage. If you have engine preheat, the dino starts fine in cold weather.
Blaster Man 10/15/14 08:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winter Storage Questions

I agree with Brett...add a biocide. It will keep "stuff" from growing.
Blaster Man 10/15/14 08:17am Class A Motorhomes
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