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RE: A little bit of rain in West Florida

Ron, my brother in law lives in Spring Hill closest big city is Tampa Bay he tells me it hardly rains there? What's up with that? He wants me to move to Fla.
J-Rooster 06/18/16 01:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebage Adventurer 37F

I seen a article in Motorhome Magazine dated April 1st 2010 which featured the Winnebago Adventurer 37-F as being a new coach!
J-Rooster 06/17/16 04:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dang! What a Trip

In my opinion it is always necessary to replace the tires on any used coach, regardless of how old they are. You have no way of telling the abuse the tires received from the previous owner due to pot holes, curbs, under-inflation, and so on. Better safe than sorry and just figure the cost of new tires in your offer. X-2, this is a very good policy to follow!
J-Rooster 06/17/16 03:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best stuff to polish oxidized fiberglass mh?

I use Aerospace #303 very easy to work with! I've had very bad luck using rubbing compound or paste products on fiberglass
J-Rooster 06/17/16 03:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best stuff to polish oxidized fiberglass mh?

I use Aerospace #303 very easy to work with!
J-Rooster 06/17/16 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: black tank odors solved

Glad you solved your problem! I'm allergic to bees. I would have to hire someone to remove them.
J-Rooster 06/17/16 01:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sequoia - Bear Lock Boxes

Bob, I keep everything you mentioned in my coach when in bear country! I always sleep with the window open. To me bears are like big dumb dogs trying to get food with little or no work. Just don't leave anything outside that they can get into regardless if food isn't in it, they like to tear stuff up. We travel with two dogs once they start barking the bear or bears leave.
J-Rooster 06/17/16 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New class A Motorhome

I would also go with Tiffin! I bought my coach new in 2004 and 12 years later still very little problems with it.
J-Rooster 06/14/16 11:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Inconsiderate Drivers

Not only I'm I a RV owner but a retired trucker so I got a double dose when I was driving. I blame it all on inconsiderate people that are watching NASCAR on TV. After watching NASCAR which looks like fun to them they try NASCAR maneuvering out on the roads. And I'm not bashing NASCAR which I'm a big fan of "Go Smoke" in your final year on the track.
J-Rooster 06/14/16 02:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chrome lug nuts

egh33,The lug wrench for the chrome lug nuts on my Winnebago says V22501-TOL there is no size number can a call to Winnebago decipher that into a size?
J-Rooster 06/14/16 02:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best place in central NY to buy tires

If you care to purchase Michelin Tires, the XRV Tire is especially designed for RV's, very soft rubber tire made for all the sitting that a RV does. The Michelin factory is in NY and if you join FMCA they have a Michelin Tire Fleet discount tire program. My local tire dealer quoted me $527.00 per tire, plus shipping for the Michelin XRV tire. I payed $325.00 per tire plus no shipping for mine thru the Michelin Fleet tire Program. The tires have to be purchased thru Michelin via credit card. Goodyear Tire is the only other Mfg. that makes a soft rubber tire for RV's. All other tires are hard rubber truck tires. Good Luck with your new tires whichever way you choose to go! X2 on the FMCA tire program. TCI Tire is part of the FCMA program and they have locations in Rochester, Hicksville and Latham Thanks Bob, I wasn't aware of that.
J-Rooster 06/13/16 07:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best place in central NY to buy tires

If you care to purchase Michelin Tires, the XRV Tire is especially designed for RV's, very soft rubber tire made for all the sitting that a RV does. The Michelin factory is in NY and if you join FMCA they have a Michelin Tire Fleet discount tire program. My local tire dealer quoted me $527.00 per tire, plus shipping for the Michelin XRV tire. I payed $325.00 per tire plus no shipping for mine thru the Michelin Fleet tire Program. The tires have to be purchased thru Michelin via credit card. Goodyear Tire is the only other Mfg. that makes a soft rubber tire for RV's. All other tires are hard rubber truck tires. Good Luck with your new tires whichever way you choose to go!
J-Rooster 06/13/16 01:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ? help on a 2006 Winne Sunova 26p

I own a 04 Winnebago on a 03 workhorse chassis and I have had very little issues with my coach. If you goggle, Winnebagos recall website, on your computer it will give you the info that your asking for. Good Luck with your new coach.
J-Rooster 06/13/16 12:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flying microwave!

Let us know what Winnebago has to say about this.
J-Rooster 06/13/16 12:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Free RV Storage?

If your ex military some bases allow you to store your RV for free. In my neck of the woods, Joint Base McCord (Air Force) / Fort Lewis (Army) allows free RV Storage.
J-Rooster 06/11/16 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash gauges malfunction

If you have a Workhorse Chassis they had a dash cluster panel recall. The fix is free!
J-Rooster 06/11/16 07:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nail in Tire - Need Advice

Take it to a tire shop. X-2, most of the time a nail will bend sideways and stay shallow in the tread.
J-Rooster 06/11/16 05:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Grey Water Dumping

My gray tank follows the black tank when draining. I never just dump my gray tank outdoors no matter how clean it is! Could be harmful to the environment.
J-Rooster 06/11/16 03:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long do you store fresh water in tank?

I've had my City water in my tanks for over a year at certain times, then refill when needed. I don't sanitize my tanks and I don't drink that water. Just for bathing purposes only.
J-Rooster 06/11/16 03:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shout out

Ed, It would have been nice to know him in 1999, same RV Park, same problem, it was mid July and it was 123*.
J-Rooster 06/11/16 02:58pm Class A Motorhomes
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