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RE: general onan generarator question.

Actually I found the filter on amazon for a decent price. Now I'm trying to find the oil capacity. It's no where in the manual. I've got the Microquiet 3600lp.
Domromer 02/18/17 08:26am Class C Motorhomes
general onan generarator question.

I'm about to service my generator for the first time. Oil filter, spark plugs, air filter, oil change. Are these items usually able to be found at auto parts stores. Or is there another place to get onan service parts? Mine is an 09 propane gen.
Domromer 02/14/17 06:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: need help finding these shade anchors.

That was fast, Holy cow those are expensive!
Domromer 01/10/17 06:49am General RVing Issues
need help finding these shade anchors.

I went to camping world and all they seemed to have was the barrel part of the anchor and not the flat part. I'm looking for both parts. Anyone know where I can get these online? I can't seem to find both parts. https://c7.staticflickr.com/1/555/31386833294_b2acee1d8e_c.jpgIMG_20170109_093447 by Dom, on Flickr
Domromer 01/10/17 06:18am General RVing Issues
RE: rv camping in Canada, different than camping in the US?

Any recommended websites or books for finding and researching campgrounds in Canada?
Domromer 12/07/16 07:36pm Beginning RVing
RE: rv camping in Canada, different than camping in the US?

in bc,provincial parks are busy during the summer but you can get sites as not all of them are reservable.no hookups or firewood,but the sites are mostly large,flat, have a table and fire ring and are reasonably secluded and have generator run time limits and most of them have flush toilets but no showers and max stay limits.fees range from 15 to maybe 30 bucks a night.forest service sites have no amenities save for a table and a pit toilet but the're off the beaten path,most are under 10 sites and secluded and almost all are lake or river side sites and are rarely full and are user maintained and beleve it or not are the best places to camp and are quieter than provincial sites by far.most are free,some have a small fee or a donation box.as for small window of weather,it starts in april and lasts till mid to late october. Thanks, that's good info.
Domromer 12/07/16 07:35pm Beginning RVing
rv camping in Canada, different than camping in the US?

I know this is a really broad question...but I'll ask it anyways...How does rv camping in Canada differ from the US? We've camped all over the U.S. and expect most campgrounds in Florida to be pretty full in May and for the most part reservations are needed in the more popular campgrounds. Canada has so much smaller of a population I'm wondering if we can head off and a long trip and not book everything in advance. Or is Canada full of Americans in the summer and are there a lot less campgrounds because the population is so much less.... Like I said I know this if a really broad question and like asking someone whats America like...but I really know nothing about Canada other than what I'm starting to read in guidebooks. Dom
Domromer 12/07/16 06:32pm Beginning RVing
RE: Replacing 30amp male plug

And if the inlet gets over loaded, arcs and "burned" will it be easy to find in a small resort town? I think cutting the cord is a good idea. But leave a four foot pig tail and put on a standard male three prong 30 amp RV plug. Then install a female plug on the remaining cord. You may want to consider installing an inlet and using a detachable cord. I'm in the keys and there are no rv shops. My choices are west marine, Kmart, and home depot. I checked out a true value and the only plug they had was really cheap and not meant for outdoors. Which store do you think I'll have the best luck at. I'm on bicycle so I'm trying not to ride all around the island.
Domromer 08/22/16 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: Replacing 30amp male plug

No stored power. Just ensure you wire the common and hot correct and the lugs are tight. You may want to consider installing an inlet and using a detachable cord. This allows you to carry a spare in the event one is damaged. I'm not sure what an inlet is. It sounds like a good idea to have a plug that can be replaced.
Domromer 08/22/16 07:25am Tech Issues
Replacing 30amp male plug

The male end of my 30amp plug is kinda Burnt from being plugged into a 110 extension. It looks like replacing the male end of cord is pretty straight forward. Any precautions I should take first? I'm wondering is there any stored power I need to be aware of when I open the plug.
Domromer 08/22/16 06:48am Tech Issues
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