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RE: National General has lost my business!_

How many of you check the plumbing under your shower? I noticed something running down the right rear tire cover. When I pulled the cover to see under the shower there was the p-trap just hanging there. The factory had glued the connection together instead of the correct way. We have vinyl floors never noticed any water (no carpet to get wet). Over time the floor in the bathroom, hall and out toward the kitchen area got soft. Very costly repair. I repaired the shower drain with a rubber coupling. Sure would've been nice to get some help from insurance for the floor repair. I don't believe it was a lack of maintenance on my part. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 05/09/15 05:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Springs or Bags

I have Supersprings and the ride is fine with or without the racecar trailer. I don't worry about losing air either. Check them out. http://supersprings.com/ Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 05/06/15 07:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: Alternative spots in CO

I lived in the Denver area for nearly 40 years. I saw snow there every month except July. Why not get an apartment? Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 05/06/15 06:53am Full-time RVing
RE: kodiak park brake

The park brake release cable and handle are discontinued by Chevrolet. WOW! I found one in Washington state and having it shipped. The jacks and slides work without the park brake on. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 02/09/15 10:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: kodiak park brake

I got under the dash this morning. When I move the release handle the cable on the other end didn't move. Also the short cable for the release had 2 loops in it. I pulled the handle again and the cable broke right at the handle. It was looped at the handle bracket. That's where it snapped off. Now to find another cable. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 02/09/15 07:54am Class C Motorhomes
kodiak park brake

Pulled into an rv park today in San Diego. Went to set the park brake and it won't set. I push the pedal down the light on the dash comes on but then the pedal comes right back up and the light goes out. Any ideas? Repair shops in the Chula Vista area? 60k miles on the odometer. Thanks. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 02/08/15 08:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Getting started for full timeing!

What do you full timers do during the day if you have no shop or barn to piddle in? Sounds fun but would get boring with only the camper to stay in and do things in. I would have a pile of stuff to get rid of before doing this. Congrats to y'all doing it. Nice forums first time poster here. There are so many things to see and do out there. We rare stay "home". As for the stuff, do you want family to have to get rid of it when you are gone (dead)? Might as well see the good stuff go to a good home. One man's treasure is another man's junk. Welcome to the forum. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 12/17/14 10:26am Full-time RVing
RE: S&B preperations

Sell the house and stuff then it won't be a worry while you are on the road. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 12/17/14 10:13am Full-time RVing
Running 2 AC's on 30 amp

Talking to a friend who went camping in the Colorado mountains this past weekend. He said he was plugged into 30 amp and ran both AC's without a problem. He has a 2005 37" Fleetwood gas class A. I didn't think that was good for an AC. Looking for input. Thanks. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 07/17/14 09:04am Tech Issues
RE: Tombstone, AZ

There is a Walmart in Benson and a Safeway too. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 07/03/14 07:23pm Snowbirds
RE: leaning super c

For the weight I was dragging around at altitude (my house was at 6500') usually between 6-7 mpg. I think it does alright, I'm sure a duramax would be stronger. The Allison is great. I'm not a Chevy guy either. I must've got a good one. The quality has been fine. These things are banging and bumping down the road and things will need repairs. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 06/30/14 02:05pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: gulfstream super c 6341yellowstone 8.1gas 19kmiles

Before we went fulltime I towed a 7500 lb. enclosed trailer in Colorado. I added Super Springs to help with the sag. I wished I had weighed it before I bought new tires. I put the same size and load rating that it came with. I had filled the water tank for a weekend of racing then took it to the Cat scales with the trailer. She was 28,300 lb. Yikes. We have lived in ours for 3 years and will be on the road 3 years come September. I do drive it differently at altitude. It pulled hills easier starting at 65 mph. At lower altitudes 60 mph is ok. I'm not in a hurry anymore. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 06/29/14 09:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: leaning super c

My 6340 leans to the right some. I've thought about adding a lifting block to that side to correct it. I've also rearranged the stuff in my storage boxes. Heavy stuff forward and on the drivers side if possible. Our tire wear and drivability is good. Added Super Springs to pull my 24' enclosed trailer. We fulltime in ours so I can't take it to a shop to leave it for days. Usually water tank has maybe 20 gallons. Black and gray are empty when traveling. Had it in a shop over night to add floor support over rear axle and to check the lean. They discovered Teflon spacers that go between the leaf springs were missing on the right side. Seems better. Too much stuff on the right side - slide, generator, frig, water heater, bedroom closet, and the only good storage boxes. Jeff
Mile-High-Endura 06/29/14 09:18pm Class C Motorhomes
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