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RE: 2008 Concord 275DS... TVs not working...

You didn't mention if the TVs have ststic or no picture at all. If no picture at all, the problem may be with theTVs. On my Concord, the antenna amplifier switch is in the cabinet beside the front TV above the passenger seat.
darealmccoy 05/31/14 09:19am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Two twin beds

My Concord has twin beds. We love them.
darealmccoy 01/28/14 05:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How big is your fuel tank?

My chevy 4500 has a 55 gal tank.
darealmccoy 01/28/14 04:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Skylight shattered

Have you checked with your insurance company? This is covered under comprehensive. If you have a low deductible, have them handle it. I would at least get an estimate from a RV repair shop and weigh the options. Dave
darealmccoy 09/04/13 03:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: add leveling jacks to class c?

I had Bigfoot levelers added to my Concord in Lakeland, FL at a shop that does 5 or 6 sets weekly in June. Cost was $3800. I got the set with the remote. There is a cheaper set that has a hard wired actuator and a more expensive set that is fully automatic. Bigfoot makes them specifically for Class Cs. I used them on several occasions and they are fantastic. I chose Bigfoot over the HWH because they do not use springs to retract and they do not take up a compartment for the pump, etc. They are retracted hydraulicly and the pump unit is located under the coach inside the frame. Check the Bigfoot website and give them a call. I really like the remote as I can stand outside and make sure the jacks are properly extended and place wood pads if needed. There is no way I would hane a MH without a leveling system. Dave
darealmccoy 08/14/13 11:59am Tech Issues
RE: getting fifth wheel brakes on 2500 chev duramax set right

One more thing. After you have your truck and trailer loaded and ready to go camping, you will probably have to readjust due to the added wright of all your "stuff". Happy camping. Dave
darealmccoy 08/09/13 10:58am Beginning RVing
RE: Does anyone know

This certainly looks homemade. A great design and looks really good. Maybe contact Athens RV in Athens, TX. They may know the owner, or maybe make them. Let us know what you find out. Dave
darealmccoy 08/06/13 03:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: My new to me 2011 Jayco 31SS has no spare tire?

My Concord came with a spare as standard equipment. It is in a well in the rear compartment made for that purpose with a lid on the well. But, as Bumpy says, no jack or lug wrench. I would not attempt to change a tire - that's what I pay Coachnet for. One poster mentioned removing a rear dual to use in the event of a front tire flat. Not a good idea, even if it would fit - with aluminum wheels, only the inner steel OEM wheel will work up front - as you will grossly overload the remaining tire, quite possible causing it to blow. Just my $0.02. Dave
darealmccoy 08/02/13 06:02am Class C Motorhomes
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