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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
RE: Tyre Sizes

9R22.5 is a common size, at least in North America for older diesel motorhomes, delivery trucks, etc. Might look at this Michelin RV Tire Guide: http://www.michelinrvtires.com/michelinrv_en_us/toolbox/reference-material.jsp Just click on RV tire guide. You can also go with a 255/80R22.5 Michelin (a little wider, but with 7.5" wheels no problems). Another alternative with 7.5" wheels is a 265/75R22.5 X-2, this is the website that I used to find a Michelin Dealer that participated in FMCA, Michelin Tire Fleet Program, Michelin Tires at a discount! I paid $378.00 per tire (22.5) last fall using this discount program.
J-Rooster 04/08/14 12:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: you gotta love it

They will have no problem selling off a couple of their campgrounds for top dollar. Then they can use that money to fund the left over parks. I know its not the way the members will like to see it happen but the way I see it 1/2 a pie is better than no pie at all. X-2, this is the smartest route for there customers!
J-Rooster 04/08/14 12:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gas or diesel?

I own a gas coach. I can easily afford to buy a DP, but I don't drive enough miles to justify buying one. I'm a retired truckdriver and drove diesels all my life and I enjoy the engine torque (pulling power) and the air ride a diesel offers (both going down the highway & leveling). I'm currently not towing a vehicle so I get very good fuel milage with my coach and my maintenance is $65.00 plus tax, once a year. I have a very nice Captains Chair to sit in when driving and new shocks and tires so my ride is comfortable. Noise, I'm hard of hearing and I don't put my hearing aids in while driving and I get one quiet ride (only nice thing about being hearing impaired). Good Luck
J-Rooster 04/08/14 12:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: hankook tires

Drive tires should not be used on steer, but steer can be used in any position (which is what most motorhomes use.) The biggest difference is that drive tires are built for straight line traction at the torque axles. The tread patterns are lug/coined/sipped on drive tires, instead of ribbed like steer tires. The tread of that style works fine for the go tires but would not do well in a steering application. Very good advice about drive and steer tires!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which older model gas rig would you consider?

I would look at Winnebago Adventurer, Sightseer and Voyage. Winnebago 2005 Product Line I agree with this post!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: So I weighed my coach today....

Yes, run at the lowest on the chart if you are well below the weights for the specified load. I agree with Brett!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago. Journey or Itasca higher end?

Both the Journey and the Itasca are very nice coaches made by Winnebago! I'm on my third Winnebago and yes the Itasca has a little more detail in there coaches!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can you jump the coach to chassi batteries to charge

X2 on the TRIK L START. I have one and it is great! I also have one works great!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: electrolysis ??

Back in the 70's Catapillar was selling these tiny colored beads (they came in a tube) at the Cat House and it was used to retard electrolysis. I also had a friend (in Forks, WA.) and Gene would put nothing in the radiator except pure rain water! He had barrels under every down spout around his house. None of his Cat Motors experienced electrolysis.
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: stink bugs

A large pan, a half a gallon of water and some Dawn dish detergent. Then, shine a desk lamp on the pan of water. Place the pan of dish water with the light shining on it in a dark room for twelve hours at a time from 7:00 at night until 7:00 in the morning. I really like using Dawn and all the stuff it can do!
J-Rooster 04/07/14 11:34pm Class A Motorhomes
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