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RE: Using toad to pull MH backwards

Yes
J-Rooster 12/05/16 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: "Flex Seal" for an RV roof?

What I'm reading don't sound to encouraging! I have a can in the storage compartment that I never have used!
J-Rooster 12/05/16 09:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Half-ton toad

I just tow to hitch regulations!
J-Rooster 12/05/16 09:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hawaii

Thanks for the posts so far and I'm assuming that there is no RV dealerships anywhere in Hawaii? I've only been to Hawaii one time we stopped to refuel as I was on my way to Vietnam (1969) so I'm out of the loop about RVing in Hawaii.
J-Rooster 12/03/16 12:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago RV house batteries

Terry let me be the first to welcome you to RV.net and Happy Holidays to you and your family! I own the exact same coach as you a 2004 Winnebago Adventurer. One thing you want to be careful of is the Battery Disconnect Switch it's right on the steps to your left as you enter your coach. Not only do I hit this accidentally with my foot or leg and switch the batteries off. My dog also hits the switch when she enters the coach. Check the switch first! On your Roof you have a solar trickle charger which constantly helps charge your house batteries. If your not aware the 04 Adventurer is Winnebagos top of the line gas coach for the year 2004. Also not having fully charged house batteries can effect other things in your coach like the Kwikee Steps. I changed out all 3 of my batteries last month because they were 8 years old and wouldn't hold a charge and they were causing my Kwikee Steps not to extend or retract. I'm at 14.5 volts now and everything is working. Feel free to PM me anytime as need be if you need help. John
J-Rooster 12/03/16 12:29pm Class A Motorhomes
Hawaii

I'm curious to know if there is RVing through out the Islands? State, Federal or Private RV Parks? Are there any RV Dealerships there? I can't recall hearing from any RV.Net posters from Hawaii?
J-Rooster 12/03/16 09:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

Gary (Sully2), good to hear from you again thanks for popping in! Wishing you and the DW Happy Holidays! Hope your making progress with your health issue's? I haven't seen him post in a long time? Makes you wonder how they are doing? Especially, WNY Pat and KIX, fun RV.Net posters, I haven't heard from in a long time!
J-Rooster 12/03/16 09:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Your First Class A

To get ideas and what your budget will purchase, look at this site for both diesel and gas. Bottom line.... if full-timing stay within your budget and don't go into debt. Also, have enough set aside for repairs/maintenance/updating/tires. http://www.pplmotorhomes.com/diesel/diesel-motorhomes.php Sonny, I really like what 2gypsies is suggesting! I another fun website to browse www.DimartiniRV.com I like looking and comparing RV's and before you pull the trigger make sure there is records on how the coach was maintained!
J-Rooster 12/03/16 08:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Delamination?

In my opinion, you can spend a lot of time, and money, and even after it is repaired, the 1992 Monterey may still be only worth $1200. I believe the only way that you can properly repair delamination is to completely remove the side wall, take it apart, replace all damaged wood and insulation foam, apply a better adhesive, and then put it all back together again using compression to hold the sidewall flat while the adhesive sets up. To me this is not s DIY project and should only be attempted in a factory type environment. Even then, the time and materials involved would NOT increase the value of the coach being repaired. Of course, there is probably interior ceiling panels that also have to be dealt with as well as rotted floors from the leaks. Stopping a roof leak is pretty simple basic repair work. Dealing with the delamination and other damage that has already taken place is the huge problem. I would find another project Class A without delamination issues. I really respect and agree with Ron's post! He's done many vehicle rehabs over the years and has lots of knowledge on issue's like these!
J-Rooster 12/03/16 08:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fueling at truck stops

There are lots of trucks stops that provide gas islands for RV's
J-Rooster 12/02/16 11:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Full wall slide vs multiple smaller slides

IMHO, it's a matter of choice!
J-Rooster 12/02/16 11:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: winnie vs. holiday rambler

In my humble opinion it's a toss up! Both are very good coaches built in those years!
J-Rooster 12/01/16 10:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should we turn off the water?

I would winterize just to be on the safe side!
J-Rooster 12/01/16 10:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Mileage

I agree with 6 to 8
J-Rooster 12/01/16 10:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: My12voltstore

Thanks for the Heads up on this shop! I'll pass on it!
J-Rooster 11/29/16 10:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jumping into the RV game finally

Congrats on your new coach and Happy Holidays to you and your family!
J-Rooster 11/29/16 10:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Appalachian Mountain WIldfires

Aircraft including helicopters or 747s are not going to put out a large fire. They will help with hotspots and small flare ups but that is about it. As 10forty2 said "only heavy rain or snow works on large fires". For example, according to the USGS Water Science School, one inch of rain on one square mile equals 17.38 million gallons of water. At 20,000 gallons per 747 I don't think there are enough 747s to matter much. Thanks Ron for the update on the 747 tanker! fpresto I agree with your post, but that tanker with Calgum or Joy soap mixed in the load can save a house!
J-Rooster 11/29/16 04:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Appalachian Mountain WIldfires

I just looked it up the 747 aerial tanker drops 20,500 gallons from 500' in one drop! Evergreen is the air drop Company!
J-Rooster 11/29/16 11:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Appalachian Mountain WIldfires

Sorry to hear about those fires! The State or Feds ought to get ahold of that 747 water retardant drop tanker they have out west here to help smother those fires.
J-Rooster 11/29/16 11:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heads Up

I was really disappointed in a road trip that I made the other day! I went to Port Townsend to eat at Dos Okies BBQ and they were shut down. They have been gone for 3-4 years now. Went there number of times and it was the best Q this side of Texas. I still have my "Jeet Yet" t-shirt and only wear it on special occasions. Thanks Don, like John said it's not a good feeling to lose a good restaurant! By the way Don your RV posted in your member profile looks like it would be awful rough riding!
J-Rooster 11/29/16 11:36am Class A Motorhomes
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