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RE: Slide issues

If it were me I would take your $125-150 K and go find a little used pre 2007 38-40 foot coach, maybe a tiffin or a monaco. They are out there, you need to do the leg work, but you will get a substantial coach, better built than many of todays "lightweight" units that are built for a certain price point,lots of glitz but garbage. Wayne07Scepter(4sale)
WTD44 12/17/14 11:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: what happens when you take the dealers word

You usually get screwed...
WTD44 12/09/14 02:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 52' Motorhome

In almost any state that I am aware of, anything over 45 feet in a single vehicle is illigal. There are ARTICULATED buses that are 50 + feet, but no one makes an articulated moho except by special order. Wayne07Scepter
WTD44 12/04/14 02:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Purchasing a new class A

As many have said, buy a little used Diesel Pusher-38-40 feet with at least 2 slides; but you can get 4 for the nearly same price. MAKE SURE that you deal with the owner, that he has all the service records, and he shows pride in ownership. You can tell from just looking at the moho. You can find a 3 to 5 year old coach for around 2/3rds to 1/2 what they originally cost. If you take your time and are willing to travel a bit, you should be able to find ANY brand that you are interested in and most floor plans. YES, it is easier to just go by a new one or a used one off of a lot, but that will cost you money n the long run. Go to CraigsList, put in the area you are close to, and you will be surprised at how many moho's are listed. Buy the biggest you can afford, and you will be glad you did a few years down the road. AND save some $$ Wayne07Scepter (for sale)
WTD44 12/04/14 02:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

I have to remove the kitchen faucet every year to scrap the calcium deposits out of a small orifice. I KNOW what you mean, it is a terrible job to get under there to loosen the retaining nuts. HATE ITWTD
WTD44 12/03/14 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

Re-applied Marine Grease to the toilet seal so it would hold water in the bowl. Yep, I know I can buy a repair kit but the grease lasts for 2 to 3 months of constant use. If I remove the toilet to rejuvinate it and something goes wrong, my DW will kill me if she has to walk to the park johns in the middle of the night.
WTD44 12/02/14 10:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does buying that 45' rig do it for you?

IMHO, IF I was a full timer I would have the longest coach available and the nicest one I could afford. That being said, I am not a full timer but do do 150 nights in the desert every year. In one place. So, our 40 footer works out well and I don't have quite as many tires to worry about. Wayne07Scept.
WTD44 12/02/14 05:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Open Neutral 30 amp service

Sounds like a park power problem to me--did you check the outlet at the pedistal?
WTD44 12/02/14 05:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Palm Springs, CA RV Park Advise

Happy Traveler is right down town Palm Springs, clean, nice, small. They are open all year but you will not get a spot during the winter. Filled to capacity every year, same people, me included. You can get in after Apr. 1 I would guess
WTD44 11/11/14 10:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling in cold weather

Often if you have rain or snow, freezing temps, and the slides are out, you will get a freeze on the toppers or the slides . You will not easily be able to put your slides in. So, if you want to leave first thing n the morning, you should clear the ice off the night b-4 and put the slides in for the night.
WTD44 11/05/14 09:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: update on PacBrake

A friend of mine was doing the same "hammer fix" dropped the hammer and it went into the fan--radiator. BE Careful if you try this.! WayneD
WTD44 10/25/14 10:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: "Show stopper" road probems

Thank you all for your comments and encouragement. WayneD
WTD44 10/25/14 10:44pm Class A Motorhomes
"Show stopper" road probems

When I was younger we traveled all over the lower 48 and never gave breakdowns a thought, just fixed them and kept going. Now that I am an old geezer and can't do the stuff I used to do, we are somewhat hesitant to just take off and go where ever. And, mo-ho's are so much more complex now, that finding a competent repair person in The Middle Of No-where is hard to do. So, we stick to traveling fairly close to home and in areas where we know of good RV shops. This has become a bit boring as we would still like to strike out for "parts unknown" What do others do to overcome the fear of break-downs where there is no help available.
WTD44 10/19/14 02:28pm Class A Motorhomes
"Show stopper" road probems

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 28014829
WTD44 10/19/14 02:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: spare tires

I think carry'ing a spare tire (only) is a no brainer. You slide it in the middle of a compt. stow small stuff inside / around it, and when you have a tire problem all you need is the tire changing truck. Why get ripped off for the wrong size tire or wait days for the right size? Wayne
WTD44 10/11/14 04:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fifth Wheel to Class A Diesel

The motorhome will cost more to buy and more to maintain, so you need to figure out what you want it for. If you travel often and don't spend a lot of time in one place, than a mo-ho is the way to go. But if you stay put for months on end, a 5th wheel is a better deal cost wise. IMHO a 35 foot 5th wheel has more (useable) living space than a 35 ' mo-ho. Yiou can tow a small car for running around in and not have to drive a big truck. Yet if you have a need for a big truck, that off sets it. Insurance on a mo-ho is likly more expensive than on a 5th wheeler. Now, you have to decide if you want a diesel which will cost you 25 % more, either new or used. Again, how many miles do you plan on putting on the mo-ho? There are some very nice 36--38 foot gassers now, and they are OK if you stay out of the hills as they can be very noisy climbing hills. But then, hills are not the bigges part of the trip. The diesel will have better brakes, better suspension, and a Jake or Exhaust brake which is nice. Me: Two 5ivers, than a 34 foot gasser, than a 40 foot diesel. If one can afford it, the diesel is the only way to go and we are parked way more than we are driving. So,oo didn't really follow my own advice but I LOVE my diesel. WayD
WTD44 09/19/14 11:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jacks down during winter storage?

I park on a level pad, put 4 X 8 's under each jack pad, lower the jack a few inches to it just touches the 4 X 8 and than let out about 50 # of air. WayneD
WTD44 09/19/14 10:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is the best Tow Bar

There all good, but spend the extra $$ and get aluminum. Won't rust and easier to handle WayneD
WTD44 09/19/14 10:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is the best Tow Bar

There all good, but spend the extra $$ and get aluminum. Won't rust and easier to handle WayneD
WTD44 09/19/14 10:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Santa Cruze RV Ranch--Scott's Valley Ca.

No, was not aware of this site as I don't usually bother with RV park reviews----only the very worst. WayneD
WTD44 09/06/14 06:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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