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RE: Homemade Leveling and Jack Pads

Thanks for the clicky of the pads! Make sure when you drive up onto the pads that your complete tire tread is on the pad. If not inner sidewall damage could occur.
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fogged up window repair

Great info, I will check these out, thanks. Maybe some info in Quartz in January.There is a booth in Quartzsites dealing in RV windows (in the big tent).
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I find my water pump?

In my Winnebago the water pump is located in the up front, curbside, storage compartment. Right next to the hot water heater compartment. Hope this helps!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Source for door latches, drawer guides, etc., etc.

Thanks for posting the clicky!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Dollys

I don't own a dolly (never have) I tow all 4 down. The only negative comments that I have heard from dolly owners is having to adjust (retighten) the tie down straps every time when they stop! If I owned a dolly I would want to try and retighten the straps whenever, I stopped anyway. I recheck my tow bar every time I stop.
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks NO motorhomes over 10 years?

I had this situation happen to me once many years ago at a upscale RV Resort in Lake Havasu City, AZ. We went to register and I was asked how old my coach was? I told the lady at the RV Park office why does it matter how old my coach is (my RV was 5 years old at this time)? She told me that they don't want any coaches in there park with faded paint or beat up, only vehicles that look new and shinny! She also told me that the RV Park community has people assigned at different times in the RV Park to vote in or out coaches that are over 10 years old. The lady gave me some lot numbers to look at! We were in the back part of this RV Resort looking at rental lots and we could smell garbage? Come to find out this RV Resort was across the street from the LHC Landfill! We left that RV park and headed out to the Island.
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks NO motorhomes over 10 years?

QUESTION?? how do they know how old your rv is?? its just a tool so they can reject the slum rv,ers. pull in with a clean looking 20year old rig and you,ll have a place to park. When you drive in register to stay they will want to know model and year your coach is!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 07:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Green Water

Like Ronnie suggested sanitize your system with bleach!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A vs C HELP

The only way to know is test drive both and see what you enjoy driving the best. After that then you find the floor plan of the A or C that fits your needs the best. Great Question!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 01:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Truck Stop Lanes

I'm a retired trucker and I've been RVing since 1976! I always pull into the truck section at rest stops just more room to maneuver on the big rig side. Most rest stops on the West Coast prefer RV's on the truck side and most have signs telling RV's to use the truck side.
J-Rooster 10/27/14 01:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Saftey Chains on Tow Dolly

Whatever works and is legal! I run cables, I'll I do is bend over on each side of the tow bar, hook one cable onto back of RV and the other to the front of my tow vehicle. I have a Roadmaster Tow Bar it's a very fast and clean set up for me.
J-Rooster 10/27/14 01:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford Edge, Honda CRV or Jeep Cherokee, which to tow?

Brian, we just bought a 2014 CRV 4WD thru Costco for $22,500.00 I have never owned a Edge (my next door neighbor owns one, he does not tow his and really likes his Edge). I did consider the Jeep Compass that might be my next choice if Honda doesn't change there transmission later on down the road. I bought the CRV (I've owned a Honda before) and it's hard to beat there steering (McFearson/Strut) front end. They steer way better than a Toyota! The CRV is also very roomy and light weight. I just bought mine during the Honda sale that is going on. The non towable 2015 CRV are in so there clearing out the towable 2014. Good Luck with your new tow care Brian!
J-Rooster 10/27/14 12:53pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Rigs over ten years old

Lake Havasu City, AZ. has a high end RV Resort like this! It's to stop junk looking RV's from coming and staying in there park. I was told by the managers that the RV community votes you in or out if your coach is over 10 years old. What's strange too me is this high end RV Park is right next door to the garbage dump?
J-Rooster 10/26/14 08:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield leak

I had both my windshields caulked and resealed this past summer my brackets are beyond repair so I'm running them until they need to be replaced. I have a dehumidifier that I bought 3 years ago that really helps me keep water out of the windshield brackets. I empty it once a week 3 to 4 inches of water a week that is not going down into my brackets. Best device that I ever bought for my RV. Also remember Winnebago glues there windshields in place. If you try to remove them from the windshield brackets the windshield will most likely break.
J-Rooster 10/26/14 08:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Why Go To RV Shows?

I don't go to RV Shows! I'm not interested in them.
J-Rooster 10/26/14 08:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question on length

Ok, another question I have... Another MH Im looking at has the option of either a Ford 18.0 or a Workhorse 18.0....whats the difference? If your meaning engines the V-10 Triton is of course 10 cylinders and the Chevy Big Block, 8.1 Vortec engine is a 496 CI, V-8 on a Workhorse Chassis. Chevy produced the 8.1 from 2001 until 2009. The horsepower ratings differ due to special factory ordering from the standard 340 HP to 550 HP. Torque was 455 ft. lbs. on the 340 HP and 690 ft.lbs. on the 550 HP. Most of the 550 HP engines were special ordered for PU's.
J-Rooster 10/24/14 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question on length

anyone hear any of these stories?? I owned a 99 Fleetwood with a V-10. I had good Luck with that engine. I've seen a lot of posts on RV.Net in the past about 99 V-10 Tritons with spark plug issues.
J-Rooster 10/24/14 03:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repair Shop Wait Times. What was the longest wait?

In 2010 it took our coach 6 weeks to be fully repaired from an accident! 3 weeks of that was on Winnebago because, 3T's in Lake Havasu City, AZ. could not get the needed parts due to a Christmas and New Years Holiday factory shutdown by Winnebago.
J-Rooster 10/24/14 03:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Greetings to the Forum

Welcome to RV.Net and congrats on your new coach!
J-Rooster 10/24/14 03:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toll booth and Axis

Just go thru without paying....you'll get your TICKET in the mail....:W...Dennis X-2, Washington State has some tolls set up this way (Tacoma Narrows Bridge for one)! You just drive thru if you don't have a Good to Go Sticker (Pass) on your windshield. The Washington State Patrol sends you a bill in the mail that charges you $1.00 more than if you were waiting in line! On holidays when the toll booths are all jammed up a lot of people just drive thru. WSDOT has cameras set up that takes a picture of your license plate. Washington State Patrol Cadets look up your license plate on the computers to get a home address to send you the bill.
J-Rooster 10/24/14 01:06am Class A Motorhomes
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