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RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

thanks. that is good info to have.
burlmart 03/04/15 02:12pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

rooftop using inverter, or chassis dash w/ engine running? PS. We have no propane or Onan generator. how do you get AC on road in humid south, like for the pets when in a restaurant? does anyone know how long you can run an AC in a rig like davydd 's where there is no generator? i assume it is not legal to leave engine running w/ doors locked and pets inside w/ AC on. I'm guessing I could easily run our air conditioning for 5 hours or so. I have no plans to ever do so.
burlmart 03/04/15 02:54am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

thanks for responding. so ia it legal to leave an engine running so our dogs get cab AC? is this tied to keyless start?
burlmart 03/03/15 05:38pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Opinions on the Winnebago View/Itasca Navion?

While there are more Ford and Chevy dealers, most of them don't have tall enough service bays to work on RVs. Norman WORD.
burlmart 03/03/15 03:27pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on the Winnebago View/Itasca Navion?

Good... I love the small size and the interiors. Bad... Too big to take one around to see the sights, but too small to drag a toad. Ugly... Have you ever been behind one on the road? Ewww. i was thinking about addressing it being 1' taller than the PC 2552, another rear twin dean likes. that height/width is the eewww effect, but it gives basement storage. i would like to know fair price of PC2552 and winnie view 24 v to make a better call.
burlmart 03/03/15 03:19pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

i have a clue as to the OP"s question about this forum. davydd said he had no genset in his hi-electrical-tech rig, and that really interests me if you can run the roof AC on modern batteries or if he can legally leave the engine on to run chassis AC while in a restaurant in hot summer. i was disappointed 10 yrs back when sportsmobile explained that you cannot. PS. We have no propane or Onan generator. how do you get AC on road in humid south, like for the pets when in a restaurant? does anyone know how long you can run an AC in a rig like davydd 's where there is no generator? i assume it is not legal to leave engine running w/ doors locked and pets inside w/ AC on.
burlmart 03/03/15 02:58pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Opinions on the Winnebago View/Itasca Navion?

i think you have seen this http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28214910/gotomsg/28230848.cfm#28230848 dean likes the 24 w/ rear twins, and the split floorplan would allow one to be up while other sleeps. about what should one pay a dealer as one of those 'good deals' you noted?
burlmart 03/03/15 02:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Reflections on 6 Months of RV Research! ;)

all your favs look good. i think 'small as possible' is a mantra for casual from time-to-time use, and no toad makes a short rig more similar to a car/van. you will find yourself and perhaps your wife more energetic when deciding whether to take it out. 10 yrs back the floorplan below was everywhere on Cs and B+s like chinook, born free, tl, gulfstream, etc. after 6 YEARS of researching all things small, we got one. it offers two room functionality along lines of most motel rooms. born free even had had two reclining (hospital-like} beds that were nice and easy to switch from day to nite use. a take down hallway pedestal table was used to eat. no slide and PC could get you into a very short, narrow, low height remake. on storage, we have way more than we need, even on long trips with up to 4 dogs. https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRSSmm5F9dZV2KHQj2lb10CIlMfC2ZPEACpbEqTAbBm3qRTCt7JDw width=500
burlmart 03/03/15 05:08am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

PS. We have no propane or Onan generator. how do you get AC on road in humid south, like for the pets when in a restaurant? does anyone know how long you can run an AC in a rig like davydd 's where there is no generator? i assume it is not legal to leave engine running w/ doors locked and pets inside w/ AC on.
burlmart 03/02/15 04:34am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Why is the Class B forum so dead?

PS. We have no propane or Onan generator. how do you get AC on road in humid south, like for the pets when in a restaurant?
burlmart 02/28/15 02:58pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: driving dually with a flat?

about 7 mi from our SP destination on narrow low volume roads we heard a sudden change in the sound of tires moving at maybe 40 mph (in retro, it was air escaping the valve stem). we kept moving and slowed a bit more as we kept listening. at cg site i discovered inner pass dually was flat, bur visually hard to tell. tire guy discovered failed stem, replaced it, and no issues hundreds of miles later. laredo load rating e with maybe 1800 lb load per wheel and around 60 psi.
burlmart 02/24/15 02:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Does a 22 foot B+ fit in a regular parking spot?

This is a good thread, as my biggest complaint about my rig setup is that it is too big for just hopping in and going to another town for a weekend. I have a lot of notes on a class "B" Transit build, but a truck camper or a short "C" is a decent alternative. seems like driving a typical 4000 lb suv a few hundred miles for a weekend get away is one thing, but even the smallest option listed - a 19' long, 7' wide, 9' ft tall, 8000 lb van with 80 psi tires - is just not gonna give the same carefree experience.
burlmart 02/24/15 01:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Does a 22 foot B+ fit in a regular parking spot?

Hey guys, I thought about going to a B+ from a regular B van and was wondering if it would fit in a regular parking spot like at the grocery store... I'm looking at a Gulfstream BTouring. Thanks in advance. our rig will be same as yours. while it may fit within rhe boundaries, it Is usually a squeeze and we look for open spots away from crowded area of lot and walk.
burlmart 02/24/15 07:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Reflections on 6 Months of RV Research! ;)

Phil, i would have never even thought about having all those features. do they come on all winnies today, or just itaskas, or are they now options? the ford/chevy discount and service issue it a good point to keep in mind, too. Dean, how do you think a typical outing might go? park and hangout w/ the rig perhaps w/ the awning unfurled and a fully furnished camp; reserve a cg spot but spend day touring around - you did not mention if you will usually or never have a toad; or never stay at one site but go on long tours. it was an eyeopener when we learned that there is less spontaneity to rving than imagined. busy weekends and vacation seasons demand fore plans, and winter can shut everything down up north, and jam up a lot down south (esp TX, FL, AL). since retirement, going to places during weekdays is what we shoot for - mostly 1 or 2 nites at sp to naturalize the pooches. on the rig, whew, a glance at your choices and posted msrps! things have really gone up. i like the idea already mentioned of spending less on rig and spend extra on travel. in the current market, what is your target price (rough +/-) for new?
burlmart 02/24/15 06:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Reflections on 6 Months of RV Research! ;)

welcome, dean you've captured the nature of this C forum's way of discussing the physical form of the rig. what is just as important is when, where, how, and with whom you will use it. heated tanks, home (covered) storage, uneven SP sites, mostly inside, one person rises hours before the other, bring children or later grand-children. since the price of the LTV did not put you off too much, and if you want a lush-quality well engineered rig to be proud to own for years to come, you may have a great choice w/ a unity. if mostly you and wife are rving, these B+ rigs really deliver. if a joiner, they also have user group and annual rallies of owners possibly w/ similar interests. that mid bath is sweet as it separates rooms and you can close bedroom lf one of you rises early. you are shorting your galley/LR space w/ the fixed beds - think about how much time during day might those beds be used to read or relax vs using LR. just for starters...
burlmart 02/22/15 03:57am Class C Motorhomes
RE: CEL After Failed COSTCO fill + OBD II Scan

a short 35 mi round trip to cracker barrel to eat and generate a doggie bag for pups left guarding the rv. all seems fine and no CEL it was a short run, i know, but here's hoping.
burlmart 02/19/15 12:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pleasure-Way ProMaster Lexor $98,788.00

w/o front swivels, PW is a no-go compared to the RT Zion. the RT is also plain outside and cheaper ($85k MSRP). not good info pics on RT lnterior, but what i see so far, i'd go for the RT w/o awning. like the ducato gas V6 so you can have cheaper gas onan. to me, ducato will be a game changer for Bs (maybe B+ too, but too soon to tell on this)
burlmart 02/17/15 06:42am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Pleasure-Way ProMaster Lexor $98,788.00

that is the best looking b or b+ use of the ducato as an rv that i have seen from north america so far. did the video cover dining table and/or swivel seats?
burlmart 02/16/15 09:12am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: r vision what happened?

i recall the monaco buyout being a bit later than '05. the holiday rambler augusta b+ is a renamed tl b-plus like mine, and the monaco montclair b+ lineup was for 29' size formerly known as tl b-plus as well. the trail lites before and after r-vision switched hands seem to be in the average category w/r build.
burlmart 02/16/15 05:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: CEL After Failed COSTCO fill + OBD II Scan

DTC P0053 HO2S BANK1 SEN1 HEATER RESISTANCE Also 1 incomplete monitor, EVAP I cleared the codes and restarted and CEL was off w/ no codes Just drive a while to see if it stays clear? (Gene, I did what you said and called autozone and got actrom CP9125 ($60) easy to see and use. I clean forgot about O'Reilley's and AdvancedAuto.)
burlmart 02/13/15 10:36am Class C Motorhomes
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