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RE: 300 cummin radiator

It cost me $1,600 in labor and a radiator shop cleaning it inside and out. That was in 2004. Included new hoses.
hershey 08/20/15 07:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DirectTV activation

When connected to Direct, just listen to the options and hit 0. (zero) You will be connected to a real person. If not, just hit 0 again. I never listen to the menu options.
hershey 08/19/15 07:44pm Technology Corner
RE: Simplest self install dinghy brake system for a DP?

Brake Buddy. My wife can put mine in place and activate.
hershey 08/17/15 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 30 amp 110 or 220 volt?

Most of the advice you've gotten is good but you still have to choose which to follow. I'll just say this, the 30 amps you want for your MH is just like a 15 or 20 amp outlet and wired the same. But: BUT with so much at stake, please have a qualified electrician do the final hookup and take responsibility for the installation. You don't want to screw up this task.
hershey 08/15/15 08:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jake brake on or off driving on flats or small hills?

"Most motorhomes..."?? I have owned three Class As and a Class C. One of my sons had a Class C. None had any kind of "grade retard" or retarder. Cut...... Sorry, I stand corrected, I meant to say most Diesel MH's. Again, sorry to get your dander up.
hershey 08/09/15 03:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jake brake on or off driving on flats or small hills?

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hershey 08/09/15 03:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Using 50 amp with 30 amp adapter?

I always use the 50 amp instead of the 30 as a matter of choice. Much more likely to get positive power.
hershey 08/08/15 07:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Jake brake on or off driving on flats or small hills?

if you are on the flat and you come to a town and you have your jake brake on you might get a ticket. many town frown on jake brakes being used in their city limits.Most MH's have whats called a grade retard. A different animal than the Jake Brake. A grad retard doesn't make the nasty sound of a Jake brake.
hershey 08/08/15 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can i turn the Inverter Off?

Mine is a combo unit and I never turn on the inverter unless I actually need it. Charge still stays active and since we seldom dry camp, I leave it set to charge at the minimum rate. I seldom have to add water to a battery.
hershey 08/06/15 05:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Well, I found this in our Shower Floor

Gorilla Brand duct tape is the answer. But, Make sure the dealer sees the crack and knows that your going on your trip and will duct tape a temp repair. Then try to get to the underside of the pan and see if you can reinforce the base of it with blocks. Mine was spongy feeling (not cracked...yet) and I have an inspection window available and the 2x4's used to brace the bottom were ill placed and of no value. I moved them into a practical place and no more spongy feel or any cracks.
hershey 08/06/15 05:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Four Down or Tow Dolly

All have some kind of a drawback, but towing 4 down has the least drawbacks and most positive features. Been towing 4 down for over 10 years of fulltiming and have had to unhook once to turn around and reverse directions.
hershey 08/05/15 08:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lily drone, camera!

Like it? Hate it? Love it? Doesn't matter. But isn't it just amazing that in this day and age, nearly anyone can afford it as a functional camera or toy camera. Plus for the price, the technology involved in making something fly, take pictures, follow the operator without any physical input? Maybe I'm easily impressed but I'm just amazed at the technology available to us today.
hershey 08/04/15 01:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: Leatherman Bracelet

$220.00? I'm sure they will sell a few to wives who are desperate for a birthday present for their mate and can't think of anything but for that kind of money I can fill a roll away top box with tools.
hershey 08/04/15 08:41am General RVing Issues
RE: converting basement storage doors

If one hasn't had to get on their knees and scoot under a door to access the bay then you can't really appreciate what the OP is trying to accomplish. I don't know of any easy or inexpensive way to accomplish the task.
hershey 08/04/15 08:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No 110 at outlets

On some RVs there is a breaker or breakers on the invertor/converter. Check it for a tripped breaker.
hershey 08/01/15 06:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Freightliner Chassis Noise Question

Sometimes you win the easy ones - appreciate it, it will get harder :(
hershey 08/01/15 06:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Show us your Aerial/Copter/Drone photos/videos.

Go to: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10203951919822820&set=gm.652944881500219&type=1&theater for my Bee in the photo also taken from a quad. If your into Facebook, try "I Fly RC's" group for more quad photos.
hershey 07/28/15 01:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: remote camera for entry door

You might just get one of the aftermarket wireless backup cameras for autos. I bought one for only $70 bucks at either SAMS or COSTCO a couple years ago and it works well. Tiny screen and 12 volts so it draws little current and takes up little space. Outside camera is very tiny.
hershey 07/27/15 08:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Tow Bar Shields

I/ve used a hula skirt, modified to mount to the front end of the toad and protect the front end of the toad. It has worked well for 10 years of fulltiming and two different toads.
hershey 07/27/15 05:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lowes AND Home Depot-horrible quality

I don't think that the price of the door should reflect the condition of it. It should be the materials and workmanship. So regardless of the price, the purchased product, doors or eggs, should be in pristine condition.
hershey 07/24/15 10:09pm Around the Campfire
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