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RE: Onan Generator

Are you sure it is not a Diesel Gen and not a Gas Gen? What model MH? Is your MH gas or diesel?
Nomadac 10/07/14 02:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fiberglass Wax- any recommendations ?

I have using Collinite's Insulator Wax #845 for a decade on all of my vehicles and RV's. www.collinite.com
Nomadac 10/06/14 03:51pm Truck Campers
RE: I'm caught in his jet wash!

It also has to do with the shape of your TT . Get an Airstream and the push pull will disappear. Hogwash, I had an Avion and occasionally still had semi's traveling a faster speed, push me when they passed. A good sway control does help, it would move both the tow vehicle and the TT as one unit. I get the same thing with my MH when a truck is traveling at a greater speed than I am.
Nomadac 09/08/14 12:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: backing up your toad

the myth is evident in these replys. Its why I raised the subject. A driver can do anything backwards. Its just the reverse of forward. Professional Drivers (teamsters) do it every day. Watch and learn from them. These manufacturers of tow hitches protect their liability with disclaimers . Backing a 4 wheel down towed behind a MH is no different than backing a trailer behind a truck. See through the smoke and mirrors, disclaimers , realize what you can do. Be that professional driver. Let me suggest you try backing a kids wagon with the handle connected over a trailer ball on the back of a lawn tractor. That is the same as a dinghy attached to a MH. If you can do that for a distance of 10 feet, you might be considered qualified as a driver. ;)
Nomadac 09/08/14 12:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Plumbing

All of my TT's and MH have had the bathroom sink, shower and kitchen sink plumbed to the Gray tank. That is what I would always prefer.
Nomadac 09/02/14 11:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Tank Readings Not Possible

I've installed the SeeLevel II external capacitance tank sensors and display system on each Class A we've owned, and found them to be reliable, accurate, and relatively easy to install. The percentage readouts give a much better picture of the tank status than the "Empty, 1/3, 2/3, Full" systems common to the "screw through the wall" sensor systems. X2 We have the SeeLevel system that gives the reading in %filled, i.e 23%, 45%, etc. than you use the tank capacity to determine the gallons in the tank. When my tanks are empty they read 0%. It also gives battery voltage, propane tank reading, fresh water, black and gray tank readings, that are all very accurate. This is the only accurate system to have IMO.
Nomadac 08/24/14 10:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Black Tank Readings Not Possible

I've installed the SeeLevel II external capacitance tank sensors and display system on each Class A we've owned, and found them to be reliable, accurate, and relatively easy to install. The percentage readouts give a much better picture of the tank status than the "Empty, 1/3, 2/3, Full" systems common to the "screw through the wall" sensor systems. X2 We have the SeeLevel system that gives the reading in %filled, i.e 23%, 45%, etc. than you use the tank capacity to determine the gallons in the tank. When my tanks are empty they read 0%. This is the only accurate system to have IMO.
Nomadac 08/24/14 10:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Black Tank Readings Not Possible

I've installed the SeeLevel II external capacitance tank sensors and display system on each Class A we've owned, and found them to be reliable, accurate, and relatively easy to install. The percentage readouts give a much better picture of the tank status than the "Empty, 1/3, 2/3, Full" systems common to the "screw through the wall" sensor systems. X2 We have the SeeLevel system that gives the reading in %filled, i.e 23%, 45%, etc. than you use the tank capacity to determine the gallons in the tank. When my tanks are empty they read 0%. This is the only accurate system to have IMO.
Nomadac 08/24/14 10:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Are you camping at the 2014 NHRA US Nationals?

I don't think it is going to be dry camping as the weather forecast shows scattered or isolated thunder storms Wednesday thru Saturday, with Sunday partly cloudy and Monday mostly Sunny.
Nomadac 08/23/14 10:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: tow dolly brakes

I had electric brakes on our Tow dolly because I also tow an enclosed car trailer and had a brake controller for it. One advantage of an electric brake is you can stop any swaying if it were to occur or possibly on slippery conditions, without using the MH brakes. I have had that problem with with TT or Car Trailers under different conditions.
Nomadac 08/16/14 11:14pm Towing
RE: A frames in a Walmart lot ?

Best advice always check with Management of the store, as some Walmarts do not allow overnight parking/camping.
Nomadac 08/05/14 03:50pm Folding Trailers
RE: Paint

personally i think the fancy paint and graphics age a coach faster....they fade & go outta style more quickly. No one ever thinks our coach is 10 yrs old. My MH is 11 years old and another MH owner thought it was brand new, still has the original Travel Supreme paint job done by Precision Painting in Bremen, IN. I would not trade it for what looks like a giant refrigerator going down the road, just my opinion.
Nomadac 07/23/14 11:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: fridge exhaust fans added

Thanks for all of the info and parts used.
Nomadac 07/20/14 10:35pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Fix for non-functioning "dummy" status lights

I have a SeeLeveL II gauge by Garnet Technologies that measures batt. voltage, fresh water, gray water, black water and Propane, with a switch to turn on my water pump. It measures a percentage of the tank capacity, i.e. 42%, 75%, etc. If the tank has a capacity of 100 gals. and it shows 55% than I have 55 gals. in the tank. If the tank is 60 gal. cap and it shows 50% than I have 30 gals. in the tank. Beats the old 4 monitor light system that was usually a wild guess. No sensor lights to foul as the level sensing is on the outside of the tank. http://www.rvgauge.com/products/model_709P3W.shtml
Nomadac 07/09/14 10:52pm Tech Issues
RE: From class A to T. T.

We went from a 32' Avion TT to a 38'Diesel MH and would never go back to a TT. There are so many features and pluses (to list)on a MH for our use that we would never change.
Nomadac 07/07/14 01:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Power Protection..Why So Few Have If Really Needed?

I think price could be an issue. Those surge protectors are upwards of $500. Made me think twice before I bought one That is cheap insurance if you have a low voltage problem or electrical surge that could destroy many electrical products in your Fiver or MH. Mine has save me on several occasions when the voltage was too low, and could have destroyed my heat pump A-C units. I consider it just like a fire extinguisher, having it is better than wishing you had one in a emergency. A friend had a very expensive experience with a wiring problem when plugged in, one time.
Nomadac 07/07/14 01:29pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Someone help please...Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C

I installed a Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C several years ago and it has saved us with low voltage several times. I also suggest you find a new repairman, as I have not heard of anyone having theirs removed for not working.
Nomadac 07/03/14 01:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: TT Gas Milage

When we towed our 1989 Avion TT 32' with our 2001 Chevy Suburban 2500 2WD 8.1L we had a combined weight of 14,000 lbs. and traveling at 65-70 we used to average 9 mpg. Avion's were more aerodynamic that most of the box type TT's. By comparison my MH 38' weighing 29K with a 350HP Cummins has averaged 8.234 mpg over a total miles of 45,000, avg. speed of 62-63 mph. This includes when we towed my wife's 96 Toyota RAV4 on a dolly, now our 2006 Honda Pilot (wt.4331 lbs.) 4 down and occasionally my 63 Pontiac Grand Prix in an enclosed car trailer approx. 6K. Plus calculating running my 8K Onan Gen for a total of 684 hrs. If you minus the fuel for the gen at approx. .75 gal. an hour, that calculates approx. 513 gal of fuel and raises the mpg to approx. 9.265 for the MH alone traveling. So by comparison considering my MH is like a big box going down the highway giving me very respectable fuel mileage. As to current fuel prices I paid $4.069 per gal. for diesel fuel last Friday. If you cannot afford the fuel stay in a motel and drive a Prius.
Nomadac 07/02/14 05:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: 6 Volt Batteries

Sam's Club sells Golf Cart batteries only in their stores. http://www.samsclub.com/sams/search/searchResults.jsp?searchCategoryId=all&searchTerm=golf%20cart%20battery&fromHome=yes Our local store handles Duracell® Golf Car Battery - Group Size GC2. They are made by Deka East Penn Manufacturing. I am going to replace mine in the next two months.
Nomadac 07/01/14 03:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Depreciation

IMO I suggest if you are worried about depreciation for any RV, Boat, Airplane, etc. I suggest you do not buy one as all toys depreciate some more than other.
Nomadac 07/01/14 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
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