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RE: Sources for Used Mohos

FOT MOT Rvonline Demartini ' Crankyape
mike brez 10/19/14 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford 7.3 chipped mileage

Got smoke :E http://i.imgur.com/ystVPu1l.jpg
mike brez 10/17/14 08:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Switch to LED Tail Lights

Night time Old park lights http://i.imgur.com/lOdgx3Ol.jpg Led park lights http://i.imgur.com/Vp7hOOOl.jpg Old turn http://i.imgur.com/8KNBmL0l.jpg Led turn http://i.imgur.com/ZSKvvusl.jpg
mike brez 10/17/14 07:38pm Class A Motorhomes
Switch to LED Tail Lights

I wanted to change the corner lights due to a couple of cracks in them. I ended up changing them all. Thanks Country Coach for putting 18 tail lights on the back. LOL. I'm still waiting for the corner ones. Try and take a picture of them at dusk. Before http://i.imgur.com/Uc54iXql.jpg After http://i.imgur.com/DoHZDNkl.jpg
mike brez 10/17/14 09:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michelin tire sidewall issue

I thought the XRV were the problem ones?
mike brez 10/17/14 08:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking Diesel. Am I biting off more than I can chew?

This oneJust posted today for a gasser.
mike brez 10/16/14 03:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new couch

Suggest doing a Google search for `shop4seats reviews' and read on. I did do that as i mentioned in my second post. Also on irv2. Seems the reviews were mixed.
mike brez 10/16/14 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new couch

Go to Bradd & Hall. Direct replacements in about any covering you can think of That was my first pick then saw the price at shop4seats. Probably one of those you get what you pay for. They have a mixed review. Hey Gary do you know how and were your seat belts are fastened for your couch. I just picked mine up a couple months ago and someone changed the couch and cut out the seat belts. I pulled the carpet back and on both sides of the couch and there are what looked like 5/8" or a little bigger rod cut off flush with the floor. These were about six inches off the back and side wall on both sides of couch. Not sure if that was to hold the couch down or for seat belts. Thanks Mike I'll have to look where the seat belt at fastened down for my sofa. As far as the other "bolts" you speak of Im positive they are the hold down bolts for the sofa. They came up and went thru a section of the angle iron framework of the sofa that was also the foot of it. EDIT: Mike...as far as I can tell the sofa seat belts are also bolted directly to the floor. I can see LG studs amd the metal ends of the seat belt themselves have LARGE flat washer and what appears to be ( maybe??) 3/8 nuts on the bolting each one to the floor of the coach! I think it was for BOTH purposes..1) seat belts and 2) hold the sofa down. Hope that helps some?? Sully Thanks Gary. Mine now looks like this. http://i.imgur.com/89pakizl.jpg
mike brez 10/16/14 10:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new couch

Go to Bradd & Hall. Direct replacements in about any covering you can think of That was my first pick then saw the price at shop4seats. Probably one of those you get what you pay for. They have a mixed review. Hey Gary do you know how and were your seat belts are fastened for your couch. I just picked mine up a couple months ago and someone changed the couch and cut out the seat belts. I pulled the carpet back and on both sides of the couch and there are what looked like 5/8" or a little bigger rod cut off flush with the floor. These were about six inches off the back and side wall on both sides of couch. Not sure if that was to hold the couch down or for seat belts. Thanks Mike
mike brez 10/16/14 05:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking Diesel. Am I biting off more than I can chew?

Actually the owner of the coach we looked at was a full timer.Hadn't considered that that was why he had so much stuff. I figured everyone traveled with tools and spare parts.The one we're considering is a 2000 foretravel with 95000 mi on it. I'm hoping the cummings motor and Allison transmission will be fairly trouble free for another 200,000 mi.I'm feeling more comfortable that it won't be too complicated.Thanks for the quick replies! Thats a nice coach. Make sure you check for Bulk head separation. It's a fairly easy fix.
mike brez 10/16/14 04:47am Class A Motorhomes
Need new couch

Has anyone delt with shop4seats? Was wondering how the quality and workmanship was.
mike brez 10/15/14 04:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

There was someone here on the forums for a lack of a better word got caught. He said it cost him a good sum of $$$$. Maybe he will chime in.
mike brez 10/15/14 08:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: labor cost of Cummins ISL replacement

As the original in this topic I think I should give more information to clarify that Cummins nor myself are the culprits in this saga. I bought this 2004 Monaco Dynasty 4 years ago. It had about 50,000 miles on it and ran like new. The only problem it had was the blow-by was excessive and that slobbered oil all over the toad. I had it into Cummins 3 times and paid lots of money for different supposed fixes none of which worked. finally I put the breather hose in a gallon jug and at least the slobbering was contained. My next episode was when the engine broke a cross link between two valves. I thought maybe the motor had cratered but it was not too bad a repair. The latest was a clatter in the engine which sounded a bit like the air compressor but was determined to be either a connecting rod or wrist pin. When they were assessing it they discovered with their computer that the engine was heated to 256 degrees some time (shutdown not working) before I bought it and since I had had recurring problems which all could relate to the overheating, I bought a motor from Visone in KY. and had the mechanic replace it. His bill 80 hours and $11,000. I now have a basically new motor even though I got ripped. Every day I learn something new. Never buy a diesel without a computer analysis!!! $11,000.00 Canadian? What was the price of the motor from KY?
mike brez 10/14/14 01:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Anyone fix the popcorn...:h:h.....Dennis You get the popcorn I'll get the horse. http://i.imgur.com/TXO87Mhl.jpg
mike brez 10/14/14 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnie-Vectra-TV replacement to LED

Here is one and Another
mike brez 10/13/14 04:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: new tires

I have 22s on my suburban and had 19.5 on my gasser. When the time comes I will be getting 22.5 for the motor home. I think you will be happy. Might just be a little uncomfortable sitting on a fatter wallet.
mike brez 10/13/14 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gasser rides like lumber wagon

Why not? Harold the "P" Chassis is Ford not Workhorse! The Ford chassis is an F. The P chassis series was Chevy. See HERE and scroll down to item 5. Harold was responding to my post when he said that. I didn't realize GM still called it a P chassis up to 2009. No need to school Harold on a P chassis. From reading his posts on the P series he has forgotten more than most will ever know.
mike brez 10/13/14 01:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: labor cost of Cummins ISL replacement

Ask the people where you got the replacement engine how long it took them to take the engine out. Then double that for the removal and replacement of your engine PLUS any time needed to changeover or replace any worn out accessories. Then you have to add fresh fluids, belts, and hoses. Then you also see if there is any trade-in credit for your old engine and accessories. Seems things always come out or apart much easier and faster than going back together
mike brez 10/13/14 01:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: labor cost of Cummins ISL replacement

I would add at least one day for :h and one for :S
mike brez 10/13/14 12:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on Fleetwood Revolution LE

I think the Le is a pretty good choice.
mike brez 10/13/14 07:18am Class A Motorhomes
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