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RE: Continuing to think about down sizing...need comments:

I vote no!!!!!!We recently went from a 34' class A to a 31'class C..Lasted about 5 months..The C was just too small and close to the ground for me. To me it seemed more difficult to drive because of the ability to see out..Also,storage was not sufficient..Had to literally get on the ground to access the outside storage doors..We went back to a 32' class A,we are happy now..But I do all the driving//In my opinion, the A is just easier to drive..Eagerly awaiting summer,,,,,at least spring !!!!
T bone 01/15/17 03:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Furrion parts

And I believe the Furrion is a cheaper micro !! Thanks Doug
T bone 01/06/17 06:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Furrion parts

Directly to the micro..It has a flapper on it.
T bone 01/06/17 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Furrion parts

The outside vent is not the one I am having trouble locating.it is the vent damper.A little metal device that connects
T bone 01/06/17 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
Furrion parts

I am planning to redo my Furrion microwave to where it will vent out the side wall..I need a vent damper..I have contacted Heidi at Furrion and they have no idea where I can get parts for their product.That is very irritating so I come to the forum to see if anyone has any idea on where to get Furrion parts..
T bone 01/06/17 11:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question for...

Last June we decided to downsize from a 34 ft class a to a 31 ft class C "Coachmen Concord". Too small,then in November we went back to a 32' class A,actually 34'..We are much happier now..I find the A to be easier to drive and maneuver,can see more where I am wanting to go.In the C , I felt like I was sitting in a hole.. The kitchen and bathroom were waaay too small.Another thing,accessing the compartments was a real downer,I mean way down near the ground.If the slides were out you have to literally sit on the ground to get into them..Very little outside storage. I don't suppose these lessons learned, came for free, either...... No they did not ,,but not as bad as you would think !!
T bone 12/19/16 04:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question for...

Last June we decided to downsize from a 34 ft class a to a 31 ft class C "Coachmen Concord". Too small,then in November we went back to a 32' class A,actually 34'..We are much happier now..I find the A to be easier to drive and maneuver,can see more where I am wanting to go.In the C , I felt like I was sitting in a hole.. The kitchen and bathroom were waaay too small.Another thing,accessing the compartments was a real downer,I mean way down near the ground.If the slides were out you have to literally sit on the ground to get into them..Very little outside storage.
T bone 12/17/16 05:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: BAd driver

Drunk got off in the county it happened in..Was arrested in Tarrant county and was deported AGAIN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
T bone 12/15/16 06:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Genny oil

I just want to do what is best for it,I don't want any trouble !!!!
T bone 12/10/16 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
Genny oil

Is synthetic oil a good idea for my 5.5.kw generator?
T bone 12/10/16 05:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear camera delay

Go to menu .select trigger delay.3-4 seconds
T bone 12/07/16 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Move water heater switch

In our new RV the electric water heater switch is on the water heater..has anyone moved this switch inside? Seems to be quite inconvenient to have this switch outside on the heater itself.. I am thinking it shouldn't be too difficult to move!!!! this is a electric only HWT I will assume.? seems very odd to me there is no inside switch? maybe its on a dedicated breaker if so switch it on/off that way No,it runs off propane also..I used the breaker to kill it last trip. But being older it is a long way to the floor and back to diddle the breaker!!! sorry I lost you ?it is a long way to the floor and back to diddle the breaker!! what are you saying?(what do u mean) I am not as young as I once was and it is more difficult to be getting on the floor and back up to operate switches!especially since the breaker box is in a not too easily accessible place.
T bone 12/02/16 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Move water heater switch

In our new RV the electric water heater switch is on the water heater..has anyone moved this switch inside? Seems to be quite inconvenient to have this switch outside on the heater itself.. I am thinking it shouldn't be too difficult to move!!!! this is a electric only HWT I will assume.? seems very odd to me there is no inside switch? maybe its on a dedicated breaker if so switch it on/off that way No,it runs off propane also..I used the breaker to kill it last trip. But being older it is a long way to the floor and back to diddle the breaker!!!
T bone 12/01/16 08:09pm Class A Motorhomes
Move water heater switch

In our new RV the electric water heater switch is on the water heater..has anyone moved this switch inside? Seems to be quite inconvenient to have this switch outside on the heater itself.. I am thinking it shouldn't be too difficult to move!!!!
T bone 12/01/16 06:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lippert re-center

Thanks Doug.That is the one I needed.
T bone 11/27/16 11:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lippert re-center

These are the instructions I found. My unit does not look like the one pictures..mine does not have the digital readout...I tried the instructions but got no response..Thanks.#
T bone 11/26/16 04:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear camera delay

I adjusted delay.much better
T bone 11/26/16 11:44am Class A Motorhomes
Lippert re-center

I need t re-center my leveling system but the only manuals I can find are for 6 point on firth wheels.searched here for Lippert re'center and got no results.Thanks
T bone 11/26/16 10:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear camera delay

Main inconvenience is when passing..I use rear view to see when I am past the passed vehicle..
T bone 11/24/16 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Side Cameras

I would think more before disabling the side cameras. I use my mirrors to watch the toad during turns. The side cameras make it much safer and easier to see vehicles coming up on either side of you. the guy asked about how to disable them not what our opinion of such was?? geez you guys go off topic so easy I've been watching your posts and you rarely have little to offer to the conversation other than criticism and snide remarks. You've been on here for less than 3 months and all you seem to manage to do is irritate people. If you don't like the forum - or people in general for that matter - go away. This is not the place for you to compensate for a lack of whatever you are missing in your personal life to come here and troll people to feel better about yourself. X3 X2
T bone 11/24/16 03:21pm Class A Motorhomes
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