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RE: Class "C" with a rubber roof, fixes?

I don't think there are any fewer seams on my fiberglass roof than there were on my TPO roof. In fact the TPO roof wrapped over the sidewalls. I am very impressed with TPO. Regardless, the problem isn't the roofing, it's all the seams and things poking through the roof. At some point you have to stop worrying and start living.
Snowman9000 05/01/16 05:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Airstream Fiberglass TT

There is something I have noticed while on the road for the last year. The Airstream seems to be THE trailer of choice for the Dual-income-no-kids younger buyers. Most of them I meet have very good jobs and are in their late twenties or early thirties and want something stylish, cool and classic. Price is not their first concern. And think about this: There is an aura about Airstream. It just seems more environmentally friendly in some way, It's the Anti-Class A/Fifth wheel behomoth. This I think also appeals to them. I have noticed that too. I don't know if it is the trailer of choice for DINKs. But when you see a new AS, it seems to be owned by DINKs. Hey, people buy all sorts of things for style and taste over utility.
Snowman9000 04/30/16 06:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Campgrounds in Surprise Az

I vote for White Tank Mountain.
Snowman9000 03/28/16 12:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Any cautions on buying an RV with a lien on it, please ?

We bought one that way. But the bank was a major bank, and all of the paperwork was at some place across the country. We basically had to go on faith. I mean, we had the vehicle, and we had the seller sign a written sales agreement. But the bank doesn't sign anything useful, so we were at their mercy. Furthermore, they don't send the released title to the buyer, they send it to the seller. So we had to depend not only on the bank but the seller to get the title to us.
Snowman9000 03/18/16 06:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: I-40/I-30 Memphis to Texarkana

We drove it two months ago. Actually it is quite good now. There is some new pavement. There was some minor roughness in the first ten miles or so out of Memphis but it was pretty well patched. As mild as the winter has been, it should not have deteriorated much in the two months since then.
Snowman9000 03/17/16 05:15am Roads and Routes
RE: Campground (NOT 'Resort') near Scottsdale AZ please

McDowell Mtn or Cave Creek. I like the latter a little better but they are both great. So you have to go to the dump station. :)
Snowman9000 03/17/16 05:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cruise America truck camper ...

So they rent it out as a combo. Interesting.
Snowman9000 03/15/16 05:09pm Truck Campers
RE: Need Connector For Outside Shower Hose

Have you tried http://www.durafaucet.com/ ? I see the shower control with your part on page 4 of their catalog.
Snowman9000 03/14/16 06:33am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Class C Corner Moulding Options

Try Yellow Dog Extrusions in Elkhart, IN.
Snowman9000 03/10/16 07:02pm Tech Issues
RE: Best shocks for Class C RV?

I replaced my Chevy shocks with the Konis when the Chevy shocks were two years old with 10,000 miles on them. They were not worn out at all. I did not want to spend $600+ on the Konis, but the reviews swayed me. I'm glad I spent the money. I installed them myself, which is not too bad on a Chevy. I hear the Fords are a little harder to do.
Snowman9000 03/06/16 04:57pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best shocks for Class C RV?

I put Bilsteins on my Ford E350 and they're many times better than OEM but still leaves me with the feeling that I need more shock. There's still too much rocking and bouncing. I'm going to try the Konis the next time. I've used them before in my cars and they worked great! Replacing just the shocks is not going to help that. The Koni FSBs really did help the rocking and bouncing on our rig. I suspect the valving damps down hard on the big moves. I'm thinking mostly of the rocking and rolling we got when turning out of parking lots while going through a slight dip.
Snowman9000 03/05/16 03:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best shocks for Class C RV?

Koni FSD shocks. Just superb. But not cheap.
Snowman9000 03/04/16 06:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Alamagordo Hyw 54

easy peasy.
Snowman9000 03/03/16 09:35am Roads and Routes
RE: Who else feels the pull to head north.

We've had enough sun and perfect weather, and are heading home to Illinois next week. The weather is turning, spring is coming, and we have stuff to do at home. If you are from the midwest and east, it looks good starting next week. See this ten day US map
Snowman9000 03/03/16 09:32am Snowbirds
RE: Snowbirds you don't know what your missing!

Boy did our Lab love snow. Nice picture, glad you are having fun up there.
Snowman9000 03/02/16 03:57pm Snowbirds
RE: Forester 3011DS questions

I guess I could answer some of your other questions even though we have a different model. I don't mind the shades at all. I don't think either dinette is all that great. Pick your poison. I installed a swivel passenger seat and love it.
Snowman9000 03/02/16 03:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Forester 3011DS questions

We bought a smaller Sunseeker in 2014. Using RVDirect.com worked for us to get competitive offers from dealers in our region. We saved a lot, and I would do it again.
Snowman9000 03/01/16 12:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying TT with delamination

How is a hung wall siding attached to the studs? Glue?
Snowman9000 02/29/16 05:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone decided to leave RV year round in FL?

Yes, park models and even double wides are "vehicles", at least in Florida. A double wide has two vehicle titles, one for each half. Usually there is a small sticker to be placed in a street facing window, not a plate/tag for the back end.
Snowman9000 02/29/16 08:48am Snowbirds
RE: Black painted slide out walls extremely hot

when we were looking at TT's I saw the black walls, I decided to look at others with lighter walls, never looked back. I couldn't figure out why they used black paint The trend to dark RVs is just a crazy thing IMO.
Snowman9000 02/28/16 07:06pm Tech Issues
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