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RE: Windshield wiper replacement

Happened to me one year coming back from Arizona. I pulled into a Chevrolet Dealership in Corning, California. They replaced my blades with new ones for $15.00 plus tax I was back on the road in about 10 minutes.
J-Rooster 05/03/16 01:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Popping spark plugs V10

Mike, I had the same trouble in my 1999 Ford Triton V-10 I traded it in on a Workhorse with a Big Block Chevy! Ended that problem! Surprised to hear that is still happening in the V-10 Fords! Good Luck to you!
J-Rooster 05/03/16 12:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Planning ahead, for the end ...

Good question to ask my roadside service planner.
J-Rooster 05/03/16 12:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone flat towing a Corvette?

RP, I've never seen one towed seen lots of them trailered. Whenever, it's time for a new toad I always ask the DW for a C-5, she's never receptive to it!
J-Rooster 05/03/16 12:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Keeping toad battery charged

Like Scott said run a wire from your coach batteries to your toad! Constant charge!!
J-Rooster 05/03/16 12:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

They charged 98.50 plus tax per tire to mount and balance and damage my whell center caps. And mislead us on things. TCI Chattanooga Tn. Cost of tires was 550.00 down from 684.00 list. Twenty two hundred for tires. 675.00 for mount balance, tax and take old tires. Should have been 300 or no more. The Mgr was talking about making what they needed, to someone. Well he did. He won't many more. Now, I understand what you were talking about! It was disappointing reading what they were charging for mounting etc. and there making money off the tires on top of it.
J-Rooster 05/02/16 05:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Mh

If your interested in a used DP Alpine by Western RV is billed as the worlds finest steering coach. Also, Travel Supreme and Country Coach have really nice craftsmanship.
J-Rooster 05/02/16 04:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: towed vehicle choce

I own a 2014 CRV it's also a toad and daily driver and the last year of the CRV being towed all 4 down. No problems so far at 40,000 miles!
J-Rooster 05/02/16 04:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

Down Home, there is no set years on how long a tire will last. Michelins Website on tire quality care will help you get extra years out of your tires. I've alway's got at least 10 years out of my Michelin tires, but I will admit I had the tires broke down and inspected. This gives me peace of mind and I don't mind paying the extra cost. On your Michelin Tire Bill my bill was very expensive due to the truck tire shop that Michelin sent me too didn't know how to process the FMCA / Michelin Fleet Tire Program paperwork. Michelin had to cancel the entire tire transaction in my case. Michelin told me that I had to contact them first with my credit card # before going to the tire shop! I did not know this prior to the purchase.
J-Rooster 05/02/16 02:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CR-V transmission issues

No, I have the CRV that's the last year that you can tow them. 2014
J-Rooster 05/02/16 01:50pm Dinghy Towing
RE: CR-V transmission issues

No, I have the CRV that's the last year that you can tow them.
J-Rooster 05/01/16 11:33am Dinghy Towing
RE: internet on the go

My wife and I both have new Apple I-Phones and we use ATT we don't have a phone plan so were just charged as we use them. My wife pays all our bills on a Apple I-Pad and we haven't had any problems. We had Verizon Jet Packs when we were in the S.W. (Tri-State) but the wireless phone system has improved so much I donated both our Jet Packs to the Goodwill.
J-Rooster 04/30/16 12:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do I need to carry spare tire?

I don't carry a spare! And, if I had one it would be too much for me to handle. It would be a back injury in the making. I would safely pull off the road and either order a pizza or have the DW start some food for a picnic!
J-Rooster 04/30/16 12:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: When does the fear stop?

just drive at the speed that feels comfortable to you and let time work its magic on your confidence. x-2
J-Rooster 04/29/16 04:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: This Was My Dream Custom Build The Day I Saw It At SEMA

SWEET> ! x-2
J-Rooster 04/27/16 11:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Awaiting the 2017's

If you call Tiffin or Newmar, they will tell you what 2017 Floorplans will be made and available. As to changing(customizing) an existing models floorplan, They will not do that on a production line. Doug X-2, and you could also talk directly at the factory to a engineer about floor plans. They can tell you what they can and can't do. I've done this before with Holiday Rambler.
J-Rooster 04/26/16 10:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 0-20 Weight Oil

I also own a Honda CRV and if I'm not mistaken they recommend that you use synthetic. I would check on this so it won't void your warrantee. I use Mobil 1 synthetic oil 5W-30W (Gold Cap) in my Riding lawn mower, Harley Davidson, CRV and my Winnebago. It's gives you way more protection in a engine than regular oil (it's slipperier). Good Luck using the regular oil.
J-Rooster 04/26/16 10:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best fuel economy speed

59 MPH is where I get the best gas milage in my Winnebago gasser.
J-Rooster 04/26/16 10:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: class a with a rubber, fiberglas or aluminum roof

My last coach a Fleetwood had a rubber roof it was O.K. my current coach a Winnebago that I bought new in 2004 has a fiberglass roof and is much easier to clean than the rubber roof. I sprang my first leak 9 years later around the Sat. Dish I recaulked around it and the leak stopped.
J-Rooster 04/25/16 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Theft: the bad, the bad, and the really bad

I've been RVing since 1976 with no problems so far I keep everything locked up especially the coach I keep a hand gun inside.
J-Rooster 04/25/16 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
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