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Day/night shades motorized rv shades

Hi I am looking do replace my old day/night shades and was thinking of some different options. I would love to have a motorized rv shades. It dont have to be day/night. Or maybe even curtains. I dont want to spend alot on this project but would like something different. has anyone done this and what did you do? pic please if you have them. thank you!
David0725 06/04/17 09:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan generator

I think he just had all new fuel lines put in.. I know he has a 30apm set up but not sure if he has a switch the goes from land to genny?
David0725 05/28/17 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
Onan generator

My brother is camping in his 2000 Class A gasser with a 5500. Onan generator he says it runs fine at idle but when he turns on the A/C it shuts off. He does have a full tank of gas. Any recommendations what it might be or what he should do?
David0725 05/28/17 11:06am Class A Motorhomes
air line

Hi my brother has a 2002 southwind it had a air connector at the very back of the rv. but he dont have any air bags can someone tell me what it is for?
David0725 02/24/17 03:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: changing fuel filter on lost prime.

Thanks so much I got it running by opening one line over the filter and ran just a little out and I started right up. thanks again.
David0725 09/27/16 06:26pm Class A Motorhomes
changing fuel filter on lost prime.

I just changed th fuel filter on my 1994 7.5 onan generator. I filled the new one up to the top hopping it would pick up and run. but It didnt, I can here the pump running trying but nothing yet. what did I do from here? Its not real ez to get to. Do I just keep pressing the button until prim's?
David0725 09/27/16 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
Hit a tree in the rv park

Just in case you all were wondering the tree that I hit has been removed at the RV Park immediately. I don't know how to post pictures here but there's an RV there now in the stump is underneath it. Not sure why they removed my post but it's all good
David0725 09/08/16 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hit a tree in the rv park

Well if this makes it any better my cousin was standing right next to the tree guiding me. I did look around and there was no one in sight not even my cousin at the time. But yes I assumed that my 36 foot motorhome was going to fit and a 39-foot spot and not stick out in the street. So I do as most people and look up the driver side to make sure I'm lined up with everything water sewer Electric and such even looking at the camera the tree was not in my site at that particular time. The point to this Pros what how many campsites have you been to that they stick a palm tree 1 foot off the slab? By the way after taking pictures are the campgrounds they agreed to pay for the damage based on the situation so although I may look like the idiot this was a fluke accident. Like I said I've done this for many years the post wasnt ment for Haters. I could probably pick out something most rv's doing wrong at every camp site.
David0725 08/29/16 03:36pm Class A Motorhomes
Hit a tree in the rv park

Well it was a great weekend camping at jetty park at Cape Canaveral. But I had a oops moment as soon as a i got there. I have been back my rvs up for many years now and consider my self a simi pro at it. So I pull to the sit the " holds a 39foot rv" I do what i have been doing for many years I back up get the rear tires on the slab line my with the edge then back up looking out the drivers side till i get the front tires on the slab. This time as soon as my front tires hit the slab i give i little gas to bump it on. Little it I realized there was a tell palm tree dead center for the slab about a foot from it. Needless to say as soon as I pump the gas to get over the slab I hit the tree ruining the bumper of my RV. I have to say I've been doing this for a long time never once as I seen a tree park in the back of a slab in the dead center Outback close. Normally I would hang the RV over the back of the slab by about 6 or 8 feet Soma water and electric lines up. So yes I blame myself for not noticing that tree but at the same time I'm thinking who in the world would put a tree dead center of a camping pad that was supposedly rated for a 39 foot and -36 foot. Had I not put the front wheels on the slab the front of the motorhome would have been in the street.
David0725 08/29/16 12:06pm Class A Motorhomes
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