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RE: What manufacturer do I purchase?

Pick the coach with the floor plan that fits your needs. I went with Winnebago! I'm on my 3rd coach since 1976. Winnebago has a history of building great coaches, they have been building RV's longer than any other manufactor, make almost all of there own parts and there financially sound. I'm not telling you to buy a Winnebago, just giving you more info to make a sound choice. Good Luck in whatever you buy!
J-Rooster 04/16/14 01:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Staying in parking lots??

We are new to RV'ing and will be headed to CT at the end of May. While traveling to your destination, how common is it to pull over in a Walmart parking lot or truck stop to sleep instead of paying to stay at a campground? Any advice is greatly appreciated! We stay in them very rarely! We prefer a safer place (RV Park) with shore power, water and sewer.
J-Rooster 04/16/14 12:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Spare tire class A motorhome

Winnebago told me they don't provide spare tires because of the large amount of back injuries caused by the handling those heavy tires.
J-Rooster 04/16/14 12:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toad 2015 Honda Fit

Actually, that information has not been released (I have been working with the staff guy at FMCA to get the final Honda ruling). With tomorrow being the release date for introducing the vehicle, I suspect a copy of the owners manual will be available for viewing VERY shortly. If you see one, would love to have a copy of that page (at least the official owners manual is what I would view as the proper source-- not some salesman's answer). It is possible that the manual transmission may be towable, while the CVT may not be-- just my guess. But, the Honda legal department may have other ideas. Thanks Brett, I'll be watching when Honda releases that info. May have to buy a 2014?
J-Rooster 04/14/14 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Insurance Coverage in Canada ?

We have a policy with Geico we called our insurance agent and he told us were good to go just have proof of insurance, title and all pet records up to date. And no firearms!
J-Rooster 04/14/14 02:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water in basement

Some freshwater tanks have an overflow valve (pressure release) up on top of the tanks if the tank is in danger of overfilling. My Winnebago has a valve like this but the water is designed to leak out of the basement. If you have a indoor/outdoor carpet in your basement flooring just wash them as usual. If you have a wet vac use that also. To get wet and smell out leave all compartment doors open and use a fan!
J-Rooster 04/14/14 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
Toad 2015 Honda Fit

Our next Tow Vehicle is going to be a Honda Fit! The DW was reading an article to me off the internet that was saying the 2015 Honda Fit cannot be towed all 4 down? Has anyone on RV.Net heard of this or anything different?
J-Rooster 04/14/14 01:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chowchilla CA Truck Weigh Station??

Super Cub, your getting the right info so far! But I'll take this a little further,sometimes they are also used for tracking if a vehicle trips a transponder at one weigh station and trips the transponder at a second weigh station there is a speed formula they use to see if you were speeding. If the weigh station is open your called in, if not you receive your citation in the mail. Also in Washington State there is two metal arms one is for the transponder and the other is a camera. Also one time I was returning to Seattle, WA. from Bellingham, WA. in my semi and I took a back road off I-5 to Algier, WA. (there was this store that sells great fried chicken) after stopping for my snack I continued down this road for about 10 miles and I had the Washington State Patrol waiting for me. I tripped some type of alarm that they had set up at 11' in height (laser beam) and it turned on a camera at the weigh station on I-5 and the WSP assumed that I was running the I-5 scales! You should have seen there faces when they had me open the back door of the trailer and nothing was in the there! But they did go thru all my papers, health card etc. trying to find something wrong! Big Brother is watching!
J-Rooster 04/13/14 02:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rodent in the RV.... ACK!!!

I had a squirell get into my genset many years ago and chew up the wiring harness. I don't like using bait traps because it attracts rodents to your coach. But I do use them once I know there inside. Now I use electronic sound devices (at least 2 of them) and, I took one day off bought a lot of course steel wool pulled out every drawer in the coach and anywhere else where I could get to a runway or cubby hole and stuffed it with very coarse steel wool! I haven't had a problem since. Good Luck to you and sorry to hear about your problem!
J-Rooster 04/13/14 01:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seattle WA

KOA in Kent is tight but nice, location is perfect - they do have weekly rate - call them not on their web site - we have stayed there 2 1/2 months on and off over a 5 month period very recently X-2, Just off I-5, not far from Rapid Transit Station that takes you to Downtown (Plenty of parking at the RTS). A bus stops at the KOA which will take you to the RTS if you don't want to drive. Karen Rosier is the KOA Kent Mgr.
J-Rooster 04/11/14 03:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Haines

I agree on using the Alaska Marine Hwy. especially the M.V. Columbia or M.V. Matanuska!
J-Rooster 04/11/14 03:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trucks or Buses Left Lane Only. Does that mean me?

IMHO you were O.K.
J-Rooster 04/11/14 03:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Homemade Jack Stands

A railroad tie cut in half, then use your chainsaw to cut a wedge to drive up on! It will easily hold the weight of a motorhome front end.
J-Rooster 04/11/14 03:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Re-Winterize?

Heating your coach like you explained will work just fine! I got back from AZ. recently and I forgot to turn my heaters one night and it got down to 25* and everything was O.K. The weatherman said it was going to be in the mid 30's.
J-Rooster 04/11/14 03:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shurflo Water Pump

My water pump went bad, it was a Shurflo about 15 years old. I must say that I had to replace, but the service at Shurflo was excellent, tech support from Andrew was really great, and I had to let everyone know that they stand behind their product. Arnold Good Report about Shurflo!
J-Rooster 04/10/14 03:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Differential lube

Check your owners manual under Maintenance Schedules!
J-Rooster 04/10/14 03:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago recommendations.

I've been RVing since 1976 and I'm on my third Winnebago!
J-Rooster 04/10/14 03:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Age

Mine were 1 month old from being new!
J-Rooster 04/10/14 03:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The old girl is gone...

Typical Winnebago product!
J-Rooster 04/10/14 03:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dumb question

You can find installation guides for the Steer Safe at the link below. It may help you getting the springs back installed. steer safe install guides Fred X-2, and welcome to RV.Net
J-Rooster 04/08/14 12:20am Class A Motorhomes
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