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RE: Newbie researching Class A.

I've had a 40', 36' and now a 34, all the same brand. Unlike the other posters I find the 34' to be a much different experience than the 40. On the highway the 34' handles about the same as the 40 with the exception of when fast moving semis blast by on my left. The 34' is buffeted a bit more than the 40. But where I really notice the difference is in parking and general maneuvering. The 34' is so much easier. I was really amazed at the difference that 6' in wheelbase makes. Also, on those really tight curvy roads I no longer worry about the back tires dragging over the center line. Just like driving a big pickup! I don't have near the storage capacity I had with the 40' but I never needed all that stuff anyhow! jor
joraz 08/19/17 05:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 06' Executive Owners... Ride Home

Aqua-hot is low on is it Boiler fluid? and I forgot to ask how it works. We had Aqua Hot on one or our rigs. It just used standard anti-freeze coolant. jor
joraz 06/26/17 05:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newbie driver

I like that concept of thinking of your butt and tire as being in the same location. And to continue with the butt concept, another trick when turning is to wait until your but passes the curb and then begin your turn. That way you'll never drag the tires over the curb. jor
joraz 05/29/17 05:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newbie driver

A lot of Class A drivers tend to drift to the right rather than stay in the middle of the lane. Some affix a paper dot or something to the bottom of the windshield in front of the driver to mark about where the center line should be. If he has this common problem, this will likely give him some relief. jor
joraz 05/28/17 02:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Linoleum sheet vs planks vs floating wood plank flooring?

In our last rig we used a product called Karndean. It is loose lay. i.e. you don't affix it to the floor. It's used in a lot of commercial applications. It's pricey but a great product. I'm going to do the same in our current rig. The photo makes the color look uneven. jor https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/7YMvjT8NoyfFaBfpmJ-UpzxY9fxamd6uyoK7ZRSQ3fVbOHipBK86xEsTNvga8jrrtoOykbFQZUJDvj7zuxP2-FD5bUc5Qw_Uw7Ot-p6X3sxeCq8zW89wqWFthZtjMaG9enPFDTw1F9ERlXj6xGZguELSvTol7011jG4mSfSN46pueiUpMtYrPxIOPGMDpQJeA4AHtUaBiH54sR9DFm3UYFUI5xVXqgTQMaT_PqCqLv52jas5zYq3nXg-bcyrJxBB7r-bP34NlVbRZhscuphMYvTc74yVv0G-LXpCUS5d285j6G3Ibe75xgrRF8PqBdcAQ6iMwR7v8WsvBgzBv5DfuWRFyc5NMqmk3gtvXs8TPwBI81R6MWmGsxWnzPD6RKo_Z26WARIwR2UoNNYTpImLqC2XKAXYtJ6-T8pdNeXd6o05dwd67fvkEajdr-CVq7yMgQr2ZN1BnLZayp55SdFmGcvqQfKvhUnFo_OJrLupRCTjeKaAujGs_T_5Kid3H-XtG-nXilzLjmQyEyIscLnua4Zri8NDBra8HZOJWNelhYjV7nKUQiw5G_I4eOTFpBYjfkv87fe5CnOLJHZ7ZAW4dwb2bCTS88661E2CWSyQ6j__N8DEgkAX=w982-h736-no
joraz 05/25/17 04:07pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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