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RE: Trailer brakes

One of recent issues of Trailer Life magazine had very good article about conversion to disc brakes. I converted my boat trailer brakes to disc with following benefits: -better braking -no need for brake adjustment -no need for bearing repacking if Bearing Buddies are used. -it is easy to observe inside seals for leaks because drums don't have to be removed. Like pure sine inverters, other type brakes should not even be available.
liborko 10/28/15 01:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Syn oil in generator

427435 If you think 10W synthetic is the same as 10W dino try this: compare viscosity of dino oil when cold and when draining hot from the engine-runs like water. Then try the same with synthetic oil of same rating. Synthetic oil has very high viscosity index and viscosity changes little with temperature, dino does not, mostly due to wax content. I use synthetic oil in everything that has the engine including pressure washer and lawn mover since 1974. Since 1976 I use only 5W-30 Mobil I in all my engines and the last oil leak I had was on 1984 Jeep Cherokee with 1983 Chevy 2.8l engine that had length of rope (too short) for crankshaft seal. No leaks in motorhome, pick-up, Jeep, car, boat, both generators, pressure washer or lawn mover.
liborko 09/29/15 11:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to the V10.. Low fuel pressure

I recently replaced my fuel pump/sending unit assembly on 2002 F53 with V10 engine. The Motorcraft #F7UZ-9H307-DC (PFS-66). To my best knowledge this pump is made by Delphi and a replacement pump only is available for around $80.
liborko 06/06/15 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to get a spare tire rim for new Ford F53 19.5"

If your motorhome is on Ford chassis, your wheels will most likely be made by Accuride. Either #29884-19.5x6.00 or #29875-19.5x6.75. You can find this number on the inside of the rear wheel. Google for best price.
liborko 05/30/15 12:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A and boats

I have been pulling 19 foot boat for 13 years with class C and for the last 12 years with gas class A. No problem whatsoever.
liborko 05/25/15 11:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to get a spare tire rim for new Ford F53 19.5"

What size tires you have? Are your wheels 8 or 10 bolt? Steel or aluminum?
liborko 05/25/15 11:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best price for agm batteries in Canada.

On Nov.15/2014 I bought from Canadian Tire 010-6520-2 Motomaster ELU65 AGM battery (blue top) for C$ 189.99 less C$ 20.00 core charge.
liborko 05/01/15 08:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Expected Amps with MPPT

I don't see much point worrying about panel temperature because there is not much you can do about it other than install the panel with high enough gap above the roof for good air circulation. If you want to know what the panel is doing in relation to the temperature, you have to measure voltage and current from panel, not the output from the controller. I don't know what your controller displays, mine shows output voltage and output current from the panel as well as from the controller.
liborko 03/20/15 10:49am Tech Issues
RE: Expected Amps with MPPT

Lots of errors in your post, BFL13: -first of all, all abbreviations are written with capitol letters, W, V, A etc. -Isc is a SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT. You get it only when panel terminals are SHORTED. You don't get it when panel is connected to the controller or directly to the batteries. In your example with 230W panel,29.3V and 7.27A your boosted output current is 15.32A @ 13.4V, your actual boost is (15.32A-7.27):7.27.100=110%, not 8%. Your PWM + 8% would be in ballpark with 12V nominal panel volts(36 cell panel). Your 60 cell panel produces much higher boost in charging amps and that is the beauty of MPPT controller (something Salvo does not understand). And finally, you should invest in an ammeter for a real scientific work.
liborko 03/20/15 12:20am Tech Issues
RE: Help With King Dome

Perhaps this will help: User Manual Click "Owners Manual" to download all the instructions. I have KD model 9762. What model KD do you have? You do not need 1844. Follow programming instructions that start on page #14
liborko 03/14/15 12:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Whats a Good Brand for a Inverter

I am a very happy owner of Prosine 2.0, since 2006, and a very happy owner of PROwatt SW600 from 2011. I am an electrical engineer and I know what I am doing. And I read Instruction Manuals.
liborko 02/14/15 06:17pm Tech Issues
RE: What is the most stressful part of driving your coach?

Finding money for gas.
liborko 01/23/15 08:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air Compressor airing Class A 19.5 tires

I use Viar #48043...200psi 480C 12V 100% duty air compressor. This compressor is particularly suitable for permanent installation...to power air suspension, air horns etc. Available thru Amazon from Mobile Air Systems for $269.95.
liborko 01/23/15 08:03pm Class A Motorhomes
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