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RE: cummins/onan genset issues - FIXED

I have a Onan 2003 8K diesel gen in my 2003 MH with 675 hrs. and no problems. I do all recommended maintenance and run it monthly as required. Mine has been very dependable.
Nomadac 06/13/16 02:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rear A/C

I own a 2001 Chevy Suburban 2500 with rear air and have not had any problems with the rear air my only problem currently is with a sensor that is sporadic and causes the compressor to shut off when it gets hot outside. We have not been able to find which one it is with the tester.
Nomadac 06/06/16 11:53am Tow Vehicles
RE: Replacement tires

I had Michelin 275/80R/22.5 tires on my 2003 MH that I replaced with 30,202 mileage that were 8+ years based on date of MFG. They had very slight cracking on two at the bead and being approaching 9 years old were due for replacement. Tire wear was never a problem and ride and handling was great. I replaced them with the same Michelin XZA3 tire and now have 54,000 mileage on the MH with no problems and still satisfied with their performance and would buy the same again. I check and maintain the tire pressure and they do not show any abnormal wear for 24,000 miles since installed. I believe you get what you pay for. If other brands are so good why do Mfg. not use them when they build the MH, as they would cost less?
Nomadac 05/23/16 11:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: tow dolly towing of 2015 colorado

Neither Tow Dolly Mfg'S or Car Makers recommend towing a vehicle backwards on a Dolly.
Nomadac 05/23/16 10:46pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Airless tires

I doubt they would have the weight carrying capacity for a tow vehicle.
Nomadac 05/23/16 10:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Sanitizing Fresh Water Tanks - How to with NO gravity fill?

I have a spare water pump I carry and connect it to the inlet to fill my fresh water tank. I put a hose on the inlet side and pump into my tank. I do this to sanitize my tank and to winterize my MH in the Fall pumping in antifreeze into the lines after blowing they out.
Nomadac 05/17/16 10:36am Class C Motorhomes
RE: must replace gasket on windshield

I would call a auto glass company to do it. They are good at what they do, and won't break the glass. My friend had an auto glass company do his, and it leaked, had them reset it several times, said the glass was cut wrong. Finally found a RV specialist that was familiar with RV who finally fixed it.
Nomadac 05/12/16 10:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dingy towing braking systems

I have SMI's Air Force One and tow my Honda Pilot abd have been very satisfied with it. Easy to connect and gives proportional braking on the Pilot. I would recommend it to anyone that wants great braking system that is easy to connect. https://smibrake.com/towed-vehicle-braking-systems/air-force-one.php
Nomadac 03/23/16 10:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recommendations for towing: dolly vs. toad

Do a Search on this topic as it has been discussed numerous times
Nomadac 02/26/16 12:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: Interesting article on tire rack about tire applications

IMO Trailer Mfg. always recommend ST tires only and not LT tires because the sidewalls are not the same.I would suggest to check with your Trailer Mfg. for what they recommend.
Nomadac 02/09/16 02:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wax?

I have been using Collinite's Insulator Wax #845 for every RV (TT and MH), Auto's, SUV's and custom cars I have owned since 1984. It is the easiest and best wax I have ever used. http://www.collinite.com/automotive-wax/insulator-wax/ I wax my MH with it twice a year and use less than a bottle. I also use it on my 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix and it has the best shine with on swirls or "cobwebs" being a dark blue metallic. It is all by had and does not require a buffer and comes off very easy. Durability is the best of any wax I have ever used. Collinite has many other products, paste wax, etc.
Nomadac 02/04/16 12:10pm Beginning RVing
RE: Eternabond vs MFM Peel&Seal

I sealed my roof 4-5 years ago and no sign of any leaks. I also sealed the roof on my enclosed car trailer, easy and don't have to worry about it not working. I believe you get what you pay for. I buy mine from Best Materials http://www.bestmaterials.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=1021
Nomadac 01/14/16 05:36pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Entry level have anything to do with quality?

Entry Level means you get what you pay for, don't expect Cadillac quality for Hugo price.
Nomadac 01/09/16 07:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Run generator to charge batteries (how long)

I run my Gen once a month for a min. of 1.5 Hrs. which will bring my House Batts. up to 100%. I also load the Gen by running moe of my Heat Pumps. When I exit the MH I switch off all of my breaker panels and the 12v switch at the door. During storage I also remove the fuse from CO2 and propane detector as they draw current and will discharge the batts. and start beeping when the batts. get low.
Nomadac 12/12/15 10:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 3/4 ton Suburban with the Big Block 8.1

Actually, the small block puts out more HP than the big block. Yes but less torque and lower Max. trailer weight capacity and a 1500(1/2 ton) vs. 2500(3/4 ton) model. Bigger suspension, brakes, tires, etc. If I recall the 6.0L only had a 9,000 towing rating vs. my 12,000 rating. I always felt that torque was a key vs HP in towing. For ex. my Cummins ISC is 350 HP but 1080 ft. Lbs.torque w/Allison 3000MH 6 spd. moving my 29K MH.
Nomadac 12/03/15 02:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Roofs-Fiberglass vs. Rubber/TPO

I have a fiberglass roof that is 12 years old and no leaks or problems. I sealed all seams on the roof a couple of years ago with Eternabond and no leaks or problems. I wash my roof before every trip and when I return. I tried Red Max Pro a floor coating, re coating it every two years and it lasted for about 5 years and then started to flake off. Now it is back to where I started. I originally waxed it by hand, but that grew to be too much work. During that time it sat out in the sun most of the Summer and that is hard on anything. Now when I am not using it I put it into my VersaTube RV shelter.
Nomadac 12/01/15 05:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dogs rideing in RV

Both of our Bassets are Rescue dogs and travel in their crates, one is a soft crate and the other is a typical large Airline crate. They are very comfortable and secure while traveling, any sudden braking would not cause them to become flying objects and get hurt. They have been crate trained since we adopted them 5 years ago.
Nomadac 11/27/15 04:42pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Newbie winterization question '06 Knight 38PDQ

I'll just mention that many, many people don't bother with the Pink Stuff except to pour it down the drains to fill the traps and put a little in the bottoms of the grey and black tanks. The reason is that it takes so much water to get the pink taste and color out of the fresh water in the spring. And with most of the US in drought conditions, it's just prudent to use the 'Air' method for your fresh water lines. Air method uses an inexpensive tire pump to blow water out of the fresh water lines starting at the inside shower head. I just open the lowest faucet and blow it out there. Also remove the pump and drain it. I use Pink Stuff after I blow out my lines. It is easy to eliminate the pink taste in the Spring by sanitizing the water system which I do. You may find you cannot get all of the water out of the valve that is operated by the foot pedal in the toilet, or the valve in the back of the Refrigerator that controls the water to the Ice maker. All it takes is a small amount of water in either valve and you will be replacing, as I learned the hard way. One-two gal. of Pink Stuff is very inexpensive IMO to be sure.
Nomadac 11/18/15 02:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing Honda Pilot with Jayco Melbourne Class C

If your Honda Pilot is newer than 2004, Honda does not recommend towing any Pilot beyond 2004 four down. Suggest you check your Owners manual.
Nomadac 10/23/15 03:34pm Beginning RVing
RE: Louisville

I drove South on I-65 on Friday Oct. 9th from Columbus to I-64 on my way to Lexington with no problems. We returned home on Wednesday Oct. 14th and still no problems did I see on the Southbound lanes.
Nomadac 10/18/15 01:45pm Class A Motorhomes
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