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Hoosier National Forest

We will be traveling through the Hoosier National Forest on I-64 and would like to know if it is worth visiting or at least camping there for a night.
hhornig 06/19/17 08:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Kansas City to Louisville, Ky

I am looking for sites to see and good campgrounds along I-70 and I-64. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Are there any Corp of Engineer campgrounds along the way?
hhornig 06/18/17 06:51pm Roads and Routes
Louisville KY

I am looking for a reasonably priced campground in Louisville, KY. Any recommendations?
hhornig 06/07/17 03:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Battery Disconnect Solenoid

Will get my replacement latching relay monday. Can I do an off-the-coach check?
hhornig 04/01/17 10:11am Tech Issues
Yellowstone Late May to Mid June

I have a friend arriving from Europe around the 22 of May and would like to visit Yellowstone. Is that too early?
hhornig 04/01/17 10:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Battery Disconnect Solenoid

I took out the solenoid which appears to be a latching relay, KIB LR9806. Both fuses were blown. The main terminals had a dead short so there was power to the coach, but no way to turn it off with disconnecting the batteries. My guess is the old stuck switch was a momentary switch and the parts guy provided an on/off switch which when left on overloaded the fuses. The switch was a Sigma LR20985 which appears to be available in several configurations. I am not sure how to test the latching relay. Would it fail in the closed position? Most solenoids I am familiar with fail in the open position.
hhornig 03/26/17 09:48am Tech Issues
Battery Disconnect Solenoid

I am helping a friend with a 2008 Jayco Melbourne 29D. He said his battery disconnect switch was stuck and he replaced it. The battery is not disconnected in either the off or on position. I don't know if the prior switch was a momentary switch or and on/off switch. Before I remove the solenoid can anyone provide more information on the circuitry?
hhornig 03/24/17 01:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Great Montana Park

Nice spacious park. A bit of drive to the entrance of Glacier NP, but lots to see on the way.
hhornig 08/28/16 09:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2017 View/Navion 24G

We have had our 2016 View 24G for about 8 months now and are fairly pleased with it. The 2/3-1/3 split bed works best it the 1/3 is at the foot. You can hold the whole thing together with a mattress pad and fitted sheet. When you are ready to pull in the slide you just flip up the 1/3 on top. As someone said the heat pump is noisy and so is the furnace. The 2017's may have the Truma Combi system which gives tankless hot water and is much quieter. I know they were putting them in the ERA's. We haven't used the outside speakers or the booster seats yet. One thing the 24G gives you is more counter space and a nice, but small pantry. The grey water tank has to be pumped out, consequently when winterizing, it takes a couple of extra gallons of antifreeze to winterize the pump. The hot water heater by-pass which won't be a problem if there is a Truma Combi is behind the wardrobe drawer which is a pita to remove. Also be aware if you are carrying anything on a luggage rack hitch, it must be low enough for the rear slide to go over it. I would order one again. We would get the aluminum rims, an upgrade fantastic fan with a rain cover, the Truma Combi furnace hot water heater and I would get rid of the overhead large vent, if that is possible. Also, if it is possible I would have the rear bed platform hinged so you wouldn't have to be Houdini to access items stored under the bed.
hhornig 08/28/16 08:51pm Class C Motorhomes
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