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RE: Tire question Again

Got my tire problem solved. I just happened to go to a place that had 6 tires, my size. Another person had ordered them and then decided he didn't want them. They were Michelin just the same as I have on our coach. I think I got a good deal and had them put on the next morning. They were $413.88 each and $40.00 each for mounting and balancing plus tax. The date on them was 44th week 2013. Close enough for me. Problem solved. Thanks for all the help.
egh33 04/23/14 03:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling thru Texas to Amarillo

There are a couple of RV parks right in Wichita Falls. Both pretty nice. There is one right on 287 just north of the Ruby overpass. It's run by the city. Right close to the Texas tourist bureau.
egh33 04/22/14 02:34pm Roads and Routes
RE: Easter Bunny - Male or Female ?

I hate to bust any ones bubble. Rabbits don't lay eggs.
egh33 04/21/14 05:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Hot Water Tank

Make sure it's not that plastic drain plug. Mine leaks once in a while. Before you go to all the trouble of removing the tank.
egh33 04/21/14 05:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire question Again

The dealers said I would have to change all 6 tires if I put another size or type of tire on the front end. My biggest problem is I have a very limited number of dealers around here that even sell Motor Home tires or even want to mess with them. they both was more interested in ordering me a couple of Michelin. Thanks for the information.
egh33 04/17/14 07:49pm Class A Motorhomes
Tire question Again

I was told today by a Good Year dealer & Michelin dealer that my size tires are only made by Michelin. The size is 235/80 R22.5 XRV Also they won't be able to get them till around the first of June. Tried 2 other dealers got the same story. What other tire is very close to the same tire ? Price will be $489.00 each plus mounting, balance & Taxes. Tires are for a 06 Winnebago Adventure,
egh33 04/17/14 05:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Date on Tires

And the person who posted it likely searched the 'net for it. Yea, I sure did but could not find what I wanted.
egh33 04/16/14 02:09pm Class A Motorhomes
Date on Tires

I know it's been posted here before, but I have for got how to read the date the tires were made. I know it's time to get new ones due to the age of the Motor Home. Thanks
egh33 04/16/14 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Guess Good Sams doesn't need any new customers

I renewed my road service about 2 weeks ago, and still haven't received my renewal. GS is slower then a snail in winter. I am a little confused. I always get my new RSA cards when I get the statement. All I do is send the payment and the card is activated. Same with my Good Sam membership. I get new cards with my renewal statement.
egh33 04/16/14 10:31am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Re-Winterize?

Here in Texas it is suppose to get down to 28-29 tonight. Not going to re-winterize, just put some light blubs in the right places, been through this before. Good old Texas weather, it was 90 here yesterday.
egh33 04/14/14 02:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Spark plugs and wires for a Chev 8.1

I put 2 air scoops on mine it keeps the wires so they last a whole lot longer. I got the kit at a work horse dealer
egh33 04/14/14 02:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Life Membership for Veterans Question

I don't think I will be driving a Motor home much longer, so I will just keep my membership a year at a time. As I am 80+. I am feeling so old I don't even buy green bananas.
egh33 04/08/14 06:49pm Good Sam Club
RE: no pictures

Don't know what I did , but now I get pictures. Thanks a lot. I guess I can blame it on this New computer with Windows 8.1. Couldn't have been me. hee-hee
egh33 03/27/14 07:21pm Forum Technical Support
RE: no pictures

When I click on My Preferences. There is nothing that comes up but wanting my name & address. also wanting me to change my user name and a lot of other questions.
egh33 03/27/14 02:23pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Oil Hubs ( front)

ragatijnet1 Change it ! Never as far as I know. I bought the coach new in 07. It only has 36000 miles on it. Thanks for the site on the hubs. I never do today what I can put off till tomorrow. Thanks a bunch for all your input. I am only 80 years old, so I have lots of time. hee-hee
egh33 03/27/14 02:14pm Class A Motorhomes
no pictures

I keep getting this line " * image not shown due to your preference setting " I have changed every setting I can find, none helps. What am I doing wrong.
egh33 03/27/14 11:58am Forum Technical Support
RE: Oil Hubs ( front)

The small plug is the hub drain. so you will not spill gear oil on the break linings when the wheel break drum/rotor/hub assembly is removed, I think some of you might have misunderstood. In the center of the clear plastic window there is a small rubber plug. About the size of a dime or a little smaller. then to the side of that there is a black plastic plug about the size of a quarter. looks like it should screw out. The book is just not real clear as to which is the fill hole. That center rubber plug doesn't look like it will come out just real easy. My problem is I am afraid of tearing the rubber plug and having it fall inside.
egh33 03/27/14 11:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil Hubs ( front)

The Workhorse plastic hub covers have only one oil line and it is the MINIMUM. The bottom of the hole in the center is the MAXIMUM level. The side cover hole is the drain. This is covered on page 179 of the Workhorse chassis manual. http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTAyNFgxNTM2/z/SUMAAMXQPGJSM1Ux/$T2eC16d,!zEFIfQevEw9BSM1U%29llFg~~60_57.JPG width=800 Your book is different than mine. My pages are not numbered from 1 thru a 100 or so. They are 1-100 and so forth, then it goes to 2-about 50 then 3- to about 50 more. I have about 3 paragraphs on the oil hub. Thanks any way.
egh33 03/27/14 11:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil Hubs ( front)

There is a rubber plug in the center. With the plug removed, the bottom of that hole is the maximum amount of oil that you should put in. Any more and it will just run out on the ground.\ are you saying, pull that rubber plug out to fill??? There is a cap or the side of the hub about the size of a quarter that looks like a fill plug. Thanks
egh33 03/25/14 12:54pm Class A Motorhomes
Oil Hubs ( front)

Does any one know what the maximum oil level for the front hubs?? It has a mark for minimum, but no line for maximum. There is a oil stain on the outside of the hub, not fresh, looks like it's been there for quit a while. This is on a 2006 Winnebago Adventurer gasser 05 chassis Looking thru the plastic on the outside of the hub the oil level is just a little below the center. maybe an 1/8" lower then the other wheel. The book doesn't say or have a picture.
egh33 03/25/14 12:41pm Class A Motorhomes
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