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RE: GS Roadside Assist without camper

Currently have GS Roadside Assist and happy with it. Foresee in the future not having any camper. Can we still use GS Roadside covering only our cars? Some years back I used it for my car, and I had great service. It only took about 30 minutes and the wrecker was there and took it to the Buick garage. But just last year I had to have a tow for my Toad and it was a night mare. I think the road service has really changed.
egh33 05/21/15 07:17am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: A rare sighting

Yes, it sure does work for out going calls. They told me if I switched to AT&T internet it would not work for out going calls.
egh33 05/19/15 08:24am Around the Campfire
RE: A rare sighting

I know this is silly, but we still have a dial phone in the kitchen. The phone company put it in, in 1970. I was paying rent on it till one day I called the phone company and they informed me I could buy it for $9.95. So I did and still have it. It's doesn't work real good when they tell you to press 1 for English. The grand kids are really fascinated by it.
egh33 05/18/15 08:10am Around the Campfire
Walking on the Grass

WALKING ON THE GRASS . The room full of pregnant women with their husbands . The instructor said, "Ladies, remember that exercise is good for you. Walking is especially beneficial. It strengthens the pelvic muscles and will make delivery that much easier. Just pace yourself, make plenty of stops and try to stay on a soft surface like grass." "Gentlemen, remember - you're in this together. It wouldn't hurt you to go walking with her. In fact, that shared experience would be good for you both." The room suddenly became very quiet as the men absorbed this information. After a few moments a man, name unknown, at the back of the room, slowly raised his hand. "Yes?" said the Instructor. "I was just wondering if it would be all right if she carries a golf bag while we walk?" This kind of sensitivity just can't be taught........
egh33 05/18/15 08:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Newmar Ventana diesel pusher

Thanks. Glad you asked, 36' or maybe a 40' 3 slides. year 2015. I will e-mail him your comments. Anyone let me know what you think?
egh33 05/16/15 05:34pm Class A Motorhomes
Newmar Ventana diesel pusher

Wanting some information on the Newmar Ventana Motor home. Son-in-law is thinking of buying one and needs to know the good & Bad of this coach. Any comments welcome. Thanks
egh33 05/16/15 04:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Weigh Station

I guess you better be careful if you ask a question on here any more. It appears it sure upsets some folks.
egh33 05/04/15 06:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: All dash board gauges

Mine doesn't go back when I turn off the switch, how ever as soon as I turn the switch back on they all go back till I start the engine. Been that way since it was new.
egh33 05/02/15 02:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you drain your hot water tank?

Yes, I drain ours after every trip. A few years ago son-in-law did not drain his on the travel trailer. it set for about a month or longer with water in the hot water tank. then when they went to use the trailer again, it took a long time to get the bad smell out of the water.
egh33 04/27/15 07:00am General RVing Issues
RE: I am Now Qualfiied as an "Old Man"

Gosh you young fellas should be going strong. I'm getting very close to my 82nd birthday. But I guess I'm just lucky. I'm still going strong just not as fast as I use too. Have fun fishing.
egh33 04/23/15 10:28am Around the Campfire
RE: How many hours a day do you drive?

When I first got our first MH I could drive 12 hours a day with just stops for eating and fuel. But that was like 19 years ago. Now I do good to make 8 hours.
egh33 04/23/15 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Not Able To Assist

I sure wish they would show on here just how that response team settles all the problems.
egh33 04/23/15 09:52am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Hill Climbing

I always let it down shift as it needs too. I assume that's why it's called Automatic. Now if I come upon some slow traffic going up hill I slow down and shift it down. We had a couple we use to travel with, every time he came to a hill no matter how steep the hill he would shift it down to now matter what his speed was. Every time he did it the blue smoke came out from under his MH, I asked him why and he would reply he was getting a run for the hill. I know of 2 transmissions he replaced. I guess to each his own.
egh33 04/20/15 07:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: burnt spark plug wires

I have an 06 Winnebago Adventurer 8.1 on workhorse chassis bought it new, and when I first got it I went through about 3 sets of plug wires, then I found out it was due to not enough air flowing to the back side if the engine. It was while it was still under warranty I bought the equipment to duct the air back to the last 2 plug wires on each side of the engine. They installed the duct work for free. It was told to me that when the coach was placed on the Workhorse chassis they did not allow enough space to let the air get all the way back to the back plug wires. Since then I have not had any problem with the wires.
egh33 04/07/15 07:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warning! Caution! Warning!

I like the one on some of the weed kill products. Tells you every thing it will kill and all the hazards. then a few pages later it gives one little sentence on how to mix it. One don't really understand is on the road signs "Say damaged guard rail ahead." But I was told by the state road crews if that sign is not there and some one hits the damage part they can sue the state.
egh33 03/15/15 08:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: How long will fridge go?

Mine is a 2006, worked great till I had that recall done. Hasn't worked good since
egh33 03/15/15 08:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: Norcold 1200 LRIM

From your description, it appears rear ventilation is the problem That is NOT a Norcold defect but the OEM that did not baffle the rear of the cabinet per Norcold instructions. Is this refer in a slide room? Doug No, it is not in a slide-out
egh33 03/10/15 08:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold 1200 LRIM

Yea Doug, I guess it's all in the wording. You did not use the word liar. But using the word Nonsense. To me was just about the same. But please excuse me for saying that? I have spent over $600.00 to get my fridge fixed with no luck. The first guy told me my fans were no good. Pulled the fridge out and replaced the fans at a cost of $104.00 each not counting installation. $150.00 for installation. It worked good till the weather warmed up. Then he asked me to bring it in so he could watch it for a while. I did so. After a week it never got below 40 inside the fridge. He kept it plugged to shore power. I was informed he needed to replace the cooling unit. As I wanted to use the coach I went in and got it. Let it run on propane all the way back to my house, in the short distance of 25 miles on propane, the fridge dropped to 32 degrees. I took a trip it worked great. As the weather warmed up, and another trip, the fridge went back up above 40 and stayed there. Took it to another place and right off told to replace the thermistor, (I think that's what it's called) don't remember the exact cost. Worked good for a while till the summer really started warming up. As soon as the inside of the coach got about 70 the inside fridge went above 40. Took it another repair shop in Washington state. He said he did some cleaning, adjustments replaced some part sold me a little fan to sit inside the fridge. While it was in his shop sitting there it worked fine. I got on the road, started home second day out temperature inside went back up above 40. If the temperature stays below 70 inside the coach, fridge works fine. But sometimes here in Texas it gets pretty hot. Like I said I think I have a cool weather refrigerator. So I get real leery when some tells me almost any thing about that fridge. I will say, I know nothing about the darn thing.
egh33 03/08/15 09:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold 1200 LRIM

I did not say the fans were not working. The fans were working just fine. You know if I thought you knew what you are talking about I would bring mine down and let you work on it. But I have had 3 different service people work on mine and they all have different things they say is not working. I think you just always like to call me a lair like you did once before when I made a statement on here.
egh33 03/07/15 12:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold 1200 LRIM

If the fans are not working don't,just replace the fans. That's what told me,so replaced the fans. and the fans were OK. But they removed the fridge out replaced the fans re-installed it and then found out the fans were good they took out. Then they told me it needed a new cooling unit. But as they did not know how long it would take to get one I had a little trip to take and I said wait till I got back. Well did a little checking around and while I was on the trip the fridge worked just fine. Went all last summer did good till the temperature got above 70 inside the coach. Then I could not keep temperature in the fridge below 40 degrees. I think I have just found out I have a cool weather refrigerator.
egh33 03/06/15 06:50pm Class A Motorhomes
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