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RE: 2006 Dodge Diesel problems

You don't take a cummins all apart to check injectors.
mayo30 10/02/14 06:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Best Muffler for Towing....Toyota Tundra Dual Exhaust????

I would also be checking closely for intake air and filter mods. plus what electronic tuner has been used.Do you still have warranty left that was transferred?Have the converters been punched out or rewelded?
mayo30 09/29/14 07:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Benefits of purchasing RV from Camping World

RVHanna, Thank your for the question. There are many, many reasons to buy from Camping World. 1. Selection - you can find nearly any RV you are looking for and if the store you are working with does not have it, they can find it. 2. Manufacturers and Floor Plans - we stock only the best, most popular floor plans from the best manufacturers. 3. Price - we are very price competitive. We always do our best not to lose a customer on price. 4. Convenience - you can find anything you need in the way of parts and accessories at Camping World 5. Excellent financing - we work with all the major RV lenders and no one can get you better terms due to the hundreds of millions in business we place with the top lenders. 6. Good Sam Elite - every purchaser of an RV from Camping World received a Good Sam Elite Membership which includes and Good Sam Membership, 1 year free Good Sam Roadside Assistance, 1 year free subscription to Trailer Life or Motorhome magazine, Pilot Flying J Fuel discount, 10% off nightly rates at 2100+ Good Sam RV Parks and campgrounds, Free Shipping from Campingworld.com on items over $99, Free dump station usage where available, Free 22 pt. inspection yearly, $1000 in CW coupons, free Good Sam Travel Guide and Camp Ground directory. 7. If you travel outside your home area there is likely a Camping World close should you have trouble or need service. We try our best to handle your service issues as quickly as possible. There is a reason we will sell nearly 60,000 RVs a year and work with nearly 15,000 service customers every month. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your business and would do all we can to exceed your expectations. What do you estimate the value of all these perks and gifts?Would you discount that amount from your final retail price for a sale.?
mayo30 09/29/14 07:43pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: What can our Kia Sorento tow?

Single axle or dual axle has nothing to do with hitch weight,due to the fact you need a certain percentage of the trailer weight on the hitch to tow,just as you need the hitch somewhat lower then the rear of the trailer.Generally if the fulcrum is single or double more affects the weight carrying ability of the trailer and the ride.
mayo30 09/29/14 11:39am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: House GFI trips when I run MH generator

How many pole is the transfer switch?Does it switch off the nuetral also in other words does it isolate the lines?Bet it doesn't.
mayo30 09/21/14 11:54am Tech Issues
RE: Refrigerator in 2014 Palomino tent trailer is hotwired

Good luck with your letter.lol.Your dealer should decide which answer is the one he wants to use,and look after you with options for you to choose.Don't get upset with members opinions or answers,there are many wise people to help you along,and they certainly may not mirror your hoped for answers.It is not worth the stress.
mayo30 09/20/14 08:57pm Folding Trailers
RE: LT vs ST's - Canadian Tires cries "Illegal!".

Oh you think this is funny,listen to this fact.Canadian Tire is the only place you can take your new imported RV for inspection to be able to legally have it brought into Canada.They are not qualified to inspect propane system or 120v. I don't think this is true. You can have it inspected at any authorized inspection facility but you will have to pay out of pocket. The import fee payed to RIV includes an inspection by Cdn Tire. Have you been around when they did the inspection? They just check that the tires installed are matched to the GVWR sticker on the trailer and sign off on it. Alberta doesn't even need the inspection any more, they recognize the RVIA standards. Funny thing is, if the RV has LT tires as OEM Cdn Tire will still pass it. As I said you must pay the import fee and inspection which are done by Canadian Tire,and yes I have been present at those very same inspections.
mayo30 09/14/14 04:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Big car, big cigar and no gas.

Is the $150,000.00 pre tax or after tax.If you want to have it after tax, better be making $275,000.00 now,look at your tax bracket for sure.
mayo30 09/14/14 10:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: LT vs ST's - Canadian Tires cries "Illegal!".

Oh you think this is funny,listen to this fact.Canadian Tire is the only place you can take your new imported RV for inspection to be able to legally have it brought into Canada.They are not qualified to inspect propane system or 120v.
mayo30 09/14/14 09:46am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Getting ready to buy 5th wheel for full time living

You're welcome. This just came out today - Heartland Debuts Full Time , not rear kitchen and not sure if slides in give you access. Worth a look though. Interesting they mention a Dexter axle,is it still a Lippert frame?
mayo30 09/13/14 06:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Getting ready to buy 5th wheel for full time living

One of the first thing you better do is determine in written policy which units are approved for full time living.Your warranty depends upon it.
mayo30 09/13/14 09:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bad Workmanship

Quality in the RV industry is sorely lacking overall and will continue as long as we keep buying. Some spend their life savings on an Rv while others actually finance. And this forum is example after example of poor quality. The RV industry whould be ashamed. It is not always design but the line worker being pushed for production numbers rather than quality and pride of workmanship.Go ahead and tell me I am wrong. This board is full of evidence supporting my thoughts on this. Sad but true You are so correct in your comments,but sadly so many owners let pride and lack of information cloud the truth.Who wants to admit he paid too much for a poor item.
mayo30 09/12/14 07:31pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: fuse for our fresh water pump

Start following the wire.
mayo30 09/12/14 06:53pm Beginning RVing
RE: Bad Workmanship

If you want quality workmanship you need to spend over then $40,000 to $50,000 for a 5th wheel.Sorry to disagree,if you think big money buys better workmanship,you have never researched or visited any manufactures.The same people work on the different units as they come down the line,same pay no matter what you are putting that same screw into,$25000.00 or $50000.00.Nice dealer sales pitch.Some days the screw goes where it is supposed to some days it doesn't. Glitz sells more then workmanship then quality,glitz is slanted toward the ladies eyes and they usually have the major say.Having said all that there probably is a small slant to be said about a high end custom style unit.
mayo30 09/12/14 05:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do I have to take the dealer's word on the MSRP?

People who do you think started the MSRP less 30% is a good price game,DEALERS.Forget you ever heard the term and shop and do research.
mayo30 09/06/14 12:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Missing traveller FOUND - Tennessee to Alaska

Probably just lingered at a Tim Hortons for coffee before the Burger take over.
mayo30 08/26/14 07:00pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: New Canadian currency melts?

As a public service, I will store and caretake your Canadian currency, here in the cooler temps of Canada's far north. Please send without a self-addressed stamped envelope. And to preserve your privacy and ensure I don't sell you personal data, please don't tell me who you are. :B Love it Sue ,best answer of the day.
mayo30 08/25/14 07:33pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: short or long bed to tow 29' Arctic Fox 27 5L?

The issue is the amount of misinformation out there.You can certainly use a short box truck to tow,as usual it must have the right mechanical grunt to carry the weight and pull the unit.A 3500 will be a great tower.A long bed 4 full door truck can be a little cumbersome in parking lots,driveways,and camping spots.
mayo30 08/25/14 09:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Crossing into Canada

We aren't the problem,getting back can be.
mayo30 08/24/14 03:18pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Rambler Admiral vs Coachmen Mirada -- Advice

Not quite sure why the question was put forth,don't think anyone is here to talk you out of your obvious choice.It is a personal choice.You like the Mirada buy it.You are not comparing quality,just a newer feel like a flat screen TV,etc. Really, if we used that analogy, everyone would still be driving cars from the 50's and 60's -- because I think we can all agree that cars of that era were built "better" than those of today. At some point, "NEW" does trump "QUALITY"... it is just a matter of when for each individual. Actually, the question was put forth because I HAVEN'T made a choice. I came on here asking for an education. As one poster mentioned, new RV'ers don't know anything more than what they see. I fall into that category. Everyone says that the HR is a better vehicle, but very few tell me WHY. It is like someone saying that a diesel engine is better than a gasoline engine. Depending on the circumstances.. this is true. A diesel engine should last longer and get slightly better miles per gallon and have more power. However, a diesel engine also costs significantly more and combined with the added cost of routine maintenance and higher fuel costs, will not show a significant difference for someone who uses their RV for weekend trips, tailgating at football games, and a once a year weeklong vacation. In THAT case, a gasoline engine is a BETTER choice than a diesel engine. So again... I am not doubting those who say that the HR is a "better" coach. I am asking "better" in what way so that I can evaluate whether the older coach is worth as much to me as a newer coach.Sorry to differ,you did ask for opinions and I don't need a debate,just read your other posts and threads.good luck.
mayo30 08/24/14 10:28am Class A Motorhomes
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