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RE: Dare I travel with water in these temps?

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Ro646a 01/17/18 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dare I travel with water in these temps?

UPDATE I was the OP on this thread. We are now in Florida. As it turned out we decided to go ahead and fill our water tank just before hitting the road south.  It was 15 degrees outside. We filled the tank with hot water, added 2 gallons of pink antifreeze to the waste tanks, and ran the gas furnace continuously over the 3 days it took us to get to Florida.  Everything worked perfectly. We kept the thermostat set on 75 degees, ran the fridge and gas water heater while driving, and we still have a half tank of propane left. Thank you for all of your kind advice
Ro646a 01/17/18 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dare I travel with water in these temps?

I forgot to mention that we are leaving tomorrow morning. I guess I'll pick up some more RV antifreeze and a few jugs of water and be safe. Thanks very much for your input.
Ro646a 01/13/18 01:33pm Class A Motorhomes
Dare I travel with water in these temps?

We are leaving the Metro Detroit area to go to Florida in our 2005 Winnie Journey diesel. I have never traveled without a full tank of water, winter or summer, but this weather is colder than it was last year. Any thoughts as to whether this is a good idea this time? I plan to run the gas furnace while we travel, stopping for the night in Lexington, KY and near Atlanta. Also, do you think my 38 gallon propane tank will last until we make it to Florida?
Ro646a 01/13/18 01:10pm Class A Motorhomes
2002 Alegro Bay chassis power issue

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Ro646a 11/25/17 11:08am Forum Technical Support
2002 Alegro Bay chassis power issue

My buddy has a 2002 Alegro Bay gas motorhome and he has lost power to his steps, mirrors, power window and levelers. Can anyone offer any advice as to what to check? Thanks in advance.
Ro646a 11/25/17 11:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel fuel filter priming pump

Sorry about that. It has a Cat 350 hp C7 engine
Ro646a 09/29/17 10:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel fuel filter priming pump

Lou, That is what I was hoping to hear. If I try to install the secondary filter with fuel in it, half of the fuel will spill out because I have to tip it sideways trying to get it through all the apparatus that is in the way.
Ro646a 09/29/17 08:50am Class A Motorhomes
Diesel fuel filter priming pump

I'm am going to replace both of my fuel filters today, and install a priming pump on the engine mounted secondary. Will this allow me to install both filters dry, or do I have to fill the primary filter with fuel? 350 Cat C7
Ro646a 09/29/17 05:45am Class A Motorhomes
2005 Winnebago Journey 350 Cat cooling system capactt

My Winni Journey 36G did not come with any documentation. I have downloaded and printed all of the applicable data that I could find, but have not been able to determine what the cooling system capacity is in gallons. I want to flush and replace the coolant before winter.
Ro646a 09/27/17 01:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing secondary fuel filter on Winnebago Journey 36G

Thank you for all of your advice. I'm still Hoping someone who has the same coach as me will offer comments, as well.
Ro646a 09/08/17 08:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing secondary fuel filter on Winnebago Journey 36G

Sorry, I should have mentioned that it has a Cat C7 engine. I can't identify a priming pump. I don't think it has one.
Ro646a 09/07/17 01:42pm Class A Motorhomes
Changing secondary fuel filter on Winnebago Journey 36G

I want to change the secondary fuel filter on my Winnebago Journey diesel, but it appears somewhat difficult to get to, both from the bottom and the top. Can anyone advise me as to which is the better way to reach it? I'm afraid of getting dirt in the system when the new one is being installed. Also, any tips on getting fuel back into the system again.
Ro646a 09/07/17 12:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trying to clean my rear radiator

I don't usually drive that fast, but this is a newly aquired unit and these have Been shakedown trips to test the systems. All in all we are happy with our purchase. Thanks for your input. Best regards.
Ro646a 08/15/17 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trying to clean my rear radiator

UPDATE We are on the road now, after cleaning my CAC and radiator. The cleaning made a HUGE difference. On our last trip, in 85 degree weather over hills in Michigan, if I drove over 65 mph the engine and trans temps both went up to 214 degrees. On this trip in 85 degree weather, driving through mountains in West Virginia, on long grades the highest trans temp was 183 and the highest engine temp was 193. On flat ground the trans temp was 175 and the engine was consistently 191 at 70 mph.
Ro646a 08/15/17 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
Window removal

Is it possible to remove a fogged dual pane window without removing the window frame from the wall of the motor home?
Ro646a 08/03/17 02:43pm General RVing Issues
Best caulk for fiberglass roof?

Can anyone advise me on the best caulking to use on my fiberglass roof? I want to real the joint where the front cap meets the curve at the sides of the roof.
Ro646a 07/31/17 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trying to clean my rear radiator

I just finished cleaning the radiator. Everything went well. Thank you for the assistance.
Ro646a 07/24/17 10:52am Class A Motorhomes
Winnebago Diesel transmission cooler location

My 05 Winnebago Journey diesel Has a cooling coil with 2 electric fans at the rear on the driver's side. Is this the condenser for the dash A/C?
Ro646a 07/24/17 10:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trying to clean my rear radiator

I started the job and all is well. The flushing works best from below with engine running. Lots of crud coming out. Yes I plan to extend the be slobber tube. Thanks
Ro646a 07/24/17 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
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