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RE: pluging in to 110 v when parked

On the question of charging both the coach and the starting battery's. Many coaches will not do that. I just made a jumper out of #10 wire and ran it between the starting and coach battery's. Worked just fine.
FuzzyKnight 03/04/15 11:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford F-53 Black Smoke

You said it was raining pretty good. With that information I am going to say you may have sucked in a bunch of water which momentarily made the engine go rich and the white smoke was steam as the water went through the engine.
FuzzyKnight 03/02/15 09:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: For those of you wanting to install a brake controller...

Not to underestimate your talents but I did this and ran all new wires but did not have to install a 7 pin as my coach, 1994 Pace Arrow, already had one. Took me 45 Min start to finish. Any way now you got it done Good Job!!!
FuzzyKnight 11/06/14 11:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driving home my point

I drive at 62 on the freeway. I always pull over when more than 4 cars accumulate behind me on a 2 lane rd. I am never in a hurry so I really don't care how long it takes to get there!!
FuzzyKnight 05/27/14 03:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Suspension airbags

Sorry guys I had never heard of air bags for the front on a leaf spring front end. My bad
FuzzyKnight 05/12/14 06:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Some question regarding in-tank fuel pump replacement

Geo It is best to drop the tank and install the new updated fuel pump. It is really not all that hard. First try and run as much fuel out of the tank as possible. You just get a good floor jack, 2 if you have them, A large portion of 3/4 plywood. Place the plywood on the jacks and raise them up to the bottom of the tank. Loosen all the bolts holding it in place. You may have to use WD40 or rust buster and let it set for a while. Once you take the straps off and bend them away from the tank. Lower it down so you can take the fuel inlet hoses off and take the fittings loose from the fuel lines. This takes a special tool. Once every thing is off then drop the tank down, take out the old pump, Install the new pump, Splice the wires together as shown in the new pumps installation guide. Raise tank up so you can reconnect the fuel lines and fuel inlet hoses. Then raise it up and reconnect the straps and tighten the bolts. Poof you are done. Takes about 3 hours. NOTE!!!! The reason these go bad is that the pump uses the fuel to cool it. If you constantly run the tank below 1/4 it will get the pump hot and it will eventually fail. PS. The new pumps are much much better than the old ones. Good luck!!
FuzzyKnight 05/12/14 04:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Suspension airbags

The reason they are not available is because your unit has a leaf spring front end and not a coil spring front end.
FuzzyKnight 05/12/14 04:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Charging Batteries With Generator

It would be much better and faster to run the coach engine. 130-145 amp alternator.
FuzzyKnight 05/01/14 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
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