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RE: 19 foot class C

OP is silent on whether USED is acceptable. if so, there are a plethora of early 2000's rigs like chinook, born free, trail lite, phoenix, starflyte, and more, that are near a real 21' length. in the history of technology, we put men on the moon and roofs on houses that do not leak. i wonder where all the leak-free windowed and non-fiberglass-bucket overcab RV owners are when told by a b+ owner that they have such inferior designed motorhomes.
burlmart 07/29/15 03:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 19 foot class C

About 3 - 5 years ago, we looked at a 19 foot class C with a slide. I think it was a Dodge. Since then, I have not been able to remember what brand it was and think it would be a perfect size, especially since it has the slide. Can anyone help with me with this information? We are downsizing from our 31 foot and want something we can travel in without towing a car. Any suggestions? was that a NEW 19' motorhome? if so, the four winds majestic 19g or thor chateau 19g are the only possibilities i can think of. NO slides that i can find on these, and as others are saying, no dodge.
burlmart 07/29/15 09:59am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 19 foot class C

i think the OP already got his answer 6 posts back. i do not recall any slides on these single rear wheel rigs.
burlmart 07/28/15 11:56am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 19 foot class C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdaoqyfTHfA
burlmart 07/28/15 02:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Roof type TPO or EDMS?

rubber roof is white one side, black the other. take off the inside ceiling frame of a fan, skylight, antenna, or whatever will show the bottom of the roof material. took me 10 yrs asking about this until i recently saw a video.
burlmart 07/25/15 03:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: battery charging

Is there a difference between "ignition on" and "engine running"? i think not. if no BIRD, and a manual says your engine is supposed to charge both batteries, then maybe the isolator solenoid is bad. also, there may be a 'black boxish' diode that does what the BIRD does. i disconnected my BIRD and the 2 small terminal wires that trigger the isolator solenoid to couple the 2 batts (they are the 2 big terminals). those isolator solenoids go out like camera flash bulbs. after the second iso solenoid ruined both new batts by being stuck on always, i disengaged it. the other solenoid for house battery disconnect is fine. if your iso solenoid is bad and there is no blown fuse to it, it may be hot to the touch as one indicator. mine was stuck on and warm, but in your case, since it seems to be off, if there is no fuse (mine had none), maybe the diode thingy is bad, or maybe the previousowner did what i did. if you hear the iso solenoid click when toggling the emergency start switch on the dash, it is connected to the ignition. a multimeter touching both small iso terminals would read 12+ V when the solenoid is on.
burlmart 07/22/15 03:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: battery charging

dave, if you give your year and model, some others may steer you to good specific info. RVs for a dozen yrs or so use an Intellitec BIRD that is well described in the pdf i linked. it is what controls the isolator solenoid responsible for how both batteries get charged. the lower solenoid in my pics is typical to all RVs. it's the house battery disconnect thing. it may not be right there with the isolator solenoid for you, as for my rig. it is what you switch on/off, or USE/STORE via a toggle switch near the coach entry steps
burlmart 07/21/15 03:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: On Board Generator will not come on !

there is a breaker switch that can trip and gen will crank but not start. just inside gen cover panel by oil fill plug and looks like a light switch. but i too am not sure what you meant by 'locked up'.
burlmart 07/20/15 04:05pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: battery charging

probably different from coachman, but these pics may help you guys figure some things together this is the wiring a fellow r-vision owner put together for our RV http://i.imgur.com/KaPN0UYl.jpg this is the electronic unit http://i.imgur.com/rCNWff4l.jpg this is a user manual https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CB8QFjAAahUKEwj_y_DrvurGAhVXEpIKHWRBCQY&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.intellitec.com%2Fassets%2Fpdf%2F5301087new3.pdf&ei=VFKtVf_RB9ekyATkgqUw&usg=AFQjCNGWGaaYV7Ip3jd6lki6CWCdd7coIg&bvm=bv.98197061,d.aWw
burlmart 07/20/15 01:59pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C vs a smaller Class A

I really appreciate all the great feedback. It sounds like in the world of RVs, its all about tradeoffs and personal preferences. One of the take aways from the comments offered is that Class As have a bit more room and may be a better choice for a retired couple while, the flexibility of the Class C may be a better fit for a younger family? Thanks again. that's about it. for the couple who want to be on the road more than staying in places a longer time, the b+ type is designed to be more nimble on the road and have sleeping mostly for 2. many b+ builders do luxury coaches (coach house, chinook, isats, phoenix cruiser, leisure travel, pleasureway, born free, etc.) to capture retirees who want to run the road more.
burlmart 07/19/15 12:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: #Chattanooga

Served in the Navy active duty and reserves, sad and disgusted with the direction our country is headed. the entire world is in a bad place going forward. violence is everywhere. it is spooking me these days.
burlmart 07/18/15 09:36am General RVing Issues
RV battery charger tech advances in simple devices?

i have separated my 2 RV batts and run a wire from chassis + term to the house batt compartment area. now can check voltages w/ multimeter and charge either batt from one spot. https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSKr0WVEQMJBiC8fxjHtOIO2Y8n29gfW8xFOVRmXMt-Kor6rnIq width=300 have used the walmart charger above for 20 yrs - it says fully automatic. it looks to be the schumacher below. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81-GvirVB7L._SL1500_.jpg width=400 http://www.sears.com/schumacher-ps-2100ma-100-amp-15-amp-2/p-SPM7450291003 my question is if there is much difference in the tech inside these 2 devices after 20 yrs?
burlmart 07/17/15 06:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: settled on a specific "wish list"--is it out there?

lazy daze still uses alum, but as recent a maybe the late 90s, there were more. try shasta search. born free used a one piecs fiberglass for their cabover beds. you are right to be concerned about cabover leaks, and these forums are full of warnings, but there are more nonleaking class Cs than those that leak, so don't let this get in the way of your perfect RV
burlmart 07/16/15 06:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: settled on a specific "wish list"--is it out there?

i know how to get you all you want in just 22' and likely just $20k, but the corner bed needs to be over the cab. there are many 2000-2005 class Cs w/ my B+ floorplan. no wet bath. http://i.imgur.com/q1Qf4zal.jpg maybe some fleetwoods, gulf streams or born frees (tho BFs used fords, mostly) 2002 jamboree
burlmart 07/15/15 01:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Keystone Passport Battery Drain

i am wndering if the truck alternator charges the house battery when towing. if so, there may be a malfunctioning isolator solenoid stuck on , or a malfunctioning electrical diode or something like that. with such high current drain, i'd be surprised if you don't get bad sparks disconnecting the battery positive terminal ( be careful if you try}. to measure current with many mulitmeters like you tried w/ negative term disconnect, you set meter to read DC amps and move the red probe to a different plug opening. read user manual. you will have only 10 seconds to measure this, as it heats up multimeter (at least my walmart is like this)
burlmart 07/15/15 10:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Interesting class B+/C - is it a motorhome?

That's the Mauck2 Wide Body Sprinter conversion for limo/executive travel. http://www.mauck2.com/ xplorer wants all types of upfitters, RVs included. if the build quality matches the looks, i cannot imagine why someone like sportsmobile doesn't use these exclusively to build the kind of quality rigs so many RVers say is lacking in the industry. it seems like xplorer is a stealth company that wants to stay small and un-noticed. they build the shells for the LTV Serenity, but that never gets mentioned by LTV.
burlmart 07/13/15 05:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Interesting class B+/C - is it a motorhome?

seems that starting with that body and building a compact RV inside would really change the van conversion business. it sure looks smooth. i am thinking chinook and coachhouse size and quality, but perhaps with $$ savings if someone like turtletop can produce the RV shell in big quantities. maybe xplorer makes them http://www.xplorermotorhome.com/xtreme_images/xtreme_spotlight.jpg width=500
burlmart 07/12/15 06:20am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Forest River Sunseeker 3010DS Workmanship

jeff use this. from your computer, simply drag the photo name (or thumbnail or the image itself) into the box, wait a second and the image appears in the box and below that is a new web location where a copy has uploaded. copy this entire string of text and paste it straight into the text of your rv.net post. very slick.
burlmart 07/12/15 06:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Interesting class B+/C - is it a motorhome?

Just a B. Van conversion. i am looking at what appear to be 3 overhead runnibg lights that, i think, make it likely this isa B+.
burlmart 07/11/15 03:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Interesting class B+/C - is it a motorhome?

reminds me of a small classA of maybe 11 yrs back -- i think it was a Newmar
burlmart 07/11/15 02:52pm Class C Motorhomes
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