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RE: Voyager rear camera

You can get a replacement camera from RVCams. Call or email Tim Lazroe : Tim@RVCams.com or To call (Toll Free Phone) 877-378-2267 you can pay with Visa or Mastercard. Good Luck
J-Rooster 01/23/16 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question about Gasser's

You asked a loaded question IMHO! Are you comparing a gas engine up in the front of the coach to a diesel engine 40 feet to the rear of a coach? There are ways to quiet them down! I drove a Peterbuilt with a diesel engine up front for over 44 years and now my hearing is gone!
J-Rooster 01/20/16 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question about being guided into a site.

If you are driving and are not sure about your clearance distance stop your coach and get out and look! It's the professional thing to do. Don't trust anyone when you are driving!
J-Rooster 01/17/16 02:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: inexpensive space heater

The best little heater we have bought for are RV is a Broan that my wife purchased from Amazon.
J-Rooster 01/16/16 04:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fiberglass Roof Maintenance

I just use Simple Green 1 to 1 applied on the fiberglass roof with a deck brush of my Winnebago. I also use a power washer on it's lowest setting. I avoid hitting all seams with the power washer. I've had two small leaks and they both came after 9 years of purchasing my coach new I used dicor self leveling caulk to make the repair.
J-Rooster 01/16/16 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is a water stain on ceiling a deal breaker?

If I really liked the coach I would get a huge discount due to the inner ceiling then I would fix the leak and the ceiling.
J-Rooster 01/14/16 04:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to do when RV has been idle for more than a year

I was sick a few years back (14 months) I couldn't use my RV! When I recovered I started it up and drove it to Arizona no problems what so ever!
J-Rooster 01/14/16 04:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: First coach: 2011 Tour or 2013 Journey

I bought my Winnebago new in 2004 filled everything up and it was 500 lbs overweight. So I never weighted it anymore. I've never had any problems or worried about it and I still own the coach.
J-Rooster 01/11/16 02:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any tips for driving 40' class A diesel in snow

Don't ever try to keep up with a Greyhound bus in snowy conditions, can't be done no matter what you drive. They use those instant chains and they have a heavy low center of gravity carrying all that luggage and packages and lots of fuel.
J-Rooster 01/08/16 12:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane

I filled at Tractor Supply just north of LH city yesterday for $1.89/gal. I will try to use TRC whenever possible, they are friendly and inexpensive.X-2
J-Rooster 01/08/16 12:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which gas stabilizer?

I use Sta-bil Marine in my gas motorhome. X-2, this is what I use in my fuel tank when RVing in the S.W. from 4-6 months. I never had any problems using this product.
J-Rooster 01/08/16 12:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Preparing to spend next winter in California

I would check out Black Meadow Landing, CA. in Eastern San Bernardino County It's a low elevation RV Park (under 500' which is important during winter storms in the S.W.) And the longer you stay the less you pay, which is typical in most RV Parks in the S.W.
J-Rooster 01/08/16 12:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Low mileage gasser or high mileage diesel

A gasser should last around 250,000 miles before a rebuild and a diesel 1 million miles before a rebuild. IMHO, you would wear the inside of a coach out before a engine rebuild.
J-Rooster 01/06/16 05:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is now the time to sell your RV?

I might sell my coach this summer due to health reasons.
J-Rooster 01/06/16 05:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any tips for driving 40' class A diesel in snow

Motorhomes from my experience do very well in the snow because there so heavy. April 1999, I was visiting the Grand Canyon 3/4 of the way thru it started snowing so I headed South. I ended up in Flagstaff, AZ. 7,500' the snow storm caught me by surprise from the Grand Canyon to Flagstaff, AZ. (snow was 1-1/2' when I arrived in Flagstaff), my coach was brand new and I didn't have chains, highway tread tires, and I drove accordingly (when I was driving I felt my front end start to slip so I decreased my speed 10 MPH from my original speed) I never spun a tire. In a motorhome you want to chain up the rear tires if you have a Jake Brake shut it off, a Jake Brake in the on position can cause your rear wheels to turn to the right and put you into a spin. I now carry chains with me when going over the mountains.
J-Rooster 01/06/16 05:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago support issue

Get a hold of the Attn. Gen. Office in the great State of California and let them help you. A lot of people are unaware that there job is to help consumers solve problems with second or third parties.
J-Rooster 01/05/16 09:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel pusher with no 50amp plug-in?

Your control panel inside your coach should regulate your amperage. If it gets hot out just run your air conditioner on one cylinder.
J-Rooster 01/05/16 09:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: winnebago adventurer 35u cargo storage size

As mentioned the upper level compartment on passenger side. The compartments in slide out are pretty large. The closet and under the bed are other options. X-2, another option would be inside the shower! Don't understand comment about basement air not being popular in the Winnebago 35-U. The 35-U is Winnebagos biggest selling coach model ever!
J-Rooster 01/05/16 07:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Paint checking - What years

Your asking a hard question! How the previous owner took care of the coach might make a big difference. What I see is paint jobs getting better and better every year.
J-Rooster 01/03/16 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help with the length of a motorhome

I started out a long time ago with a 24' coach and I've owned a 36' coach the last 12 years. Plenty of room for us!
J-Rooster 01/03/16 08:15am Class A Motorhomes
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