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RE: Insurance pay for plugging into the wrong power sorce?

I would check every electronic appliance or device in the MH...I bet more than just the microwave is fried On the money. Better check the charger and converter and any monitors that were running!
jdog 07/16/14 02:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: 6.0 Ford diesel questions

I had and still have V-10 Crew Cab short bed that I pulled a 10,000 lbs + 32 ft 5th wheel. Had a lot of brake problems. Had to up grade to after market rotors and brake pads. Slow pulling long grades RPM as high as I could. Gradually slowing down on the long pull. Never could stay at 50 mph, pulling long grades. Brakes would get hot and fade going down hill. V-10 is a good reliable motor that keeps on going. Now I have a 2007 FORD class C with the 6.0 diesel. It is 14,500 lbs. +. I do not have brake problems or trouble pulling long grades. Most of the problems of the diesel engines were fixed by then plus motorhome engines are the better AMBULANCE MOTORS. I would not want to be pulling that weight with the V-10. I like the V-10 for it's purpose. They cannot out pull a diesel pulling heavy loads up a steep grade. Fuel milage about the same except V-10 uses a lot more fuel when pulling in the mountains.
jdog 07/16/14 02:12pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 6.0 Ford diesel questions

The V-10 will have to work harder than the diesel in order to get up and thru the mountains. V-10 will not be as good going down the mountains which means more brake usage. Curious how well the V-10 will pull a 14,500 lb. 31 ft. motorhome everyday.
jdog 07/15/14 08:35pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: RV Roof Repair Qustion

It appears to be a 17 year old rubber roof with lots of coatings of something. The roof has expired. Have it replaced. No fixing at this stage of its age.
jdog 07/10/14 06:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sewage in Camper

What is going on with Progressive Insurance? They do not seem to be progressing at all as they should be. The ball was in their pocket 2 weeks ago. Did they drop it?
jdog 07/01/14 04:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Hand signal: "You have a flat tire"

I was behind a semi that had a small door open at the back of his trailer. I used a CB to tell him. Turns out it's a refrigeration air door. I have seen them a lot now that I know what they are. Felt stupid for making a big deal out of something that is supposed to be like that.
jdog 06/14/14 01:19am General RVing Issues
RE: wandering front

Gotsmart, your photo shows that your Quite Hitch takes care of your vertical movement. What about the more important horizontal movement of the hitch?
jdog 06/10/14 05:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: wandering front

Has anyone heard that the boost or over boosting of the power steering can also cause this wandering. Over boosting steering wander seems to lessen with caster adjustment.
jdog 06/07/14 02:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ford E-450 "Drive by wire" ???

BurbMan makes a good point. Something to really look into and missed by many people!
jdog 06/07/14 02:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mystery Box under E-450?

Whatever you do don't mess with it....I've called the bomb squad. Try to keep everyone far away from your RV until they dispose of it.... I have no idea but couldn't resist. Guess I've been watching too much crime TV lately. Can you post a photo of it? That could help to identify the box.
jdog 06/06/14 08:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Generator: Any good reason to choose Honda over Yamaha

Honda is about to make a drastic change in their fuel delivery system by eliminating the carburetor. Wait and watch what they do! Worth the wait!
jdog 06/06/14 02:19pm General RVing Issues
Front and Rear Sway Bar Replacement Bushings

Does it help to replace the original Ford sway bar bushings with the after market ones on an 2007 32 ft. motorhome? Has anyone changed their sway bar bushings? I don't want to replace the sway bars with after market ones.
jdog 06/02/14 03:04pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dumping tanks- Waiting lines

Here is one that I think is the stupidest move that anyone could do at the dump station. I was in a long line at a campground dump station in Washington, when I noticed a commotion going on at the station. Some moron pulled up and dumped without using a hose! He just let it go from his valve right into the cement drain.
jdog 05/29/14 02:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Repair shops

When it comes to Camping World, everything is without reason. Never know what they will come up with. Camping World is not a place to get a diesel worked on! Big mistake!
jdog 05/29/14 02:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Disabled Rates at Campgrounds

Whether you like it or not Federal and state campgrounds give disable persons camping discounts. That also includes Forest Service camgrounds.
jdog 05/26/14 10:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Disabled Parking Permits

I have a disability not necessarily obvious on some days, use a placard, and anyone who yells at me is engaging in disorderly conduct and possibly assault, and is not protecting handicapped rights, which includes my right to live in peace. If you yell at me like a crazy person, I will call the police and I will press charges. And as for the "obvious" violations. People would think that of my mother, driving the international that was my parents tow vehicle. She would often have people come huffing in her direction, until she'd drop the walker out the driver's side, lower herself down, and head into Kmart. Someone bench pressing 250 might have problems with their legs. And news flash, disabled people go the the gym. On doctor's orders, in many instances. So, unless you are being a creepy stalker guy following someone around you don't really know. And, I look perfectly fine. My legs last only so long. I have literally put my hip out because I couldn't handle the wait in line at wally world and ended up in bed for a week. Hopped out of the store on one leg gripping the cart because I could put no weight on the bad hip. Was glad the car wasn't parked in the hinterlands Well put! It is none of their business. Who made these people handicap inspectors? I don't respond to those ignorant people. FYI, the fraud is over blown by people thinking that all handicap people with permits are frauds. Yes there is fraud, but not as much as you smart people think there is!
jdog 05/24/14 03:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: HDTV Antenna Bent

How does everyone know that he has a Wingard antenna? Maybe it is an Antenna Tech brand! They look a lot a like.
jdog 05/23/14 12:34am General RVing Issues
RE: EYS services?

This is not a good way to buy? Who in their right mind would send some unknown person money for something that they never saw and don't even know if it is even real? Only a dreamer with no smarts would do that! Good thing you didn't fall for this scam!
jdog 05/15/14 11:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Michelin LTX Recall BLOWOUT!!!

Discount Tire is replacing them with XPS Rib since LTX is on backorder. so that's a good thing...Better tire. I don't know about the XPS being "better". However, it is a "different" tire than the new LTX M&S2. The main purpose of the XPS Rib's steel is for more sidewall puncture and scuffing resistance on delivery vehicles that may rub against curbs a lot. For RV use, the steel in the XPS Rib's sidewalls probably will make for a rougher ride, and ... perhaps a more important negative ... the XPS has a rather smooth highway tread design. "M&S" of course means "Mud & Snow", which IMHO is a better all around tread design for general RV use. What I REALLY WISH was available as a super-rugged tire for Class C motorhome use is a quality Load Range G M&S tire in the 225/75/R16 or 215/85/R16 size and type. I'd use these with my stock rims at only Load Range E pressures, but travel much more at ease due to the extra plies in the Load Range G tires. The steel in the side wall is for strength for supporting heavier loads and lessen tire roll. It stiffens the side wall of the tire. A very good thing in Motorhome tires!
jdog 05/15/14 10:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Camping World Warning!

sounds like a used RV and should have been checked by you prior to purchase. Maybe we should see the 144 point check list before we blame the op don't you think? Any used vehicle should be checked by the BUYER, not the seller. If you take the seller's word that it checked out OK, you deserve what you get. So it's O.K. for CW to lie about doing an inspection on a vehicle when they didn't. Shame on the buyer for trusting these good dishonest sales people from CW. What a crock!
jdog 05/15/14 02:52pm Camping World RV Sales
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