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RE: Safe T Plus

just a funny thing here on my C it even came w/ a stablizer from ford, which is like a safe t plus they should be on all mh Most likely a $60.00 steering dampner. My old PaceArrow came with one also. It won't do squat for a blow out or affects from passing trucks or for road crown.
mike brez 03/02/15 08:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: PPL motorhomes

bspilot and 2112... so that is one vote for slides OUT and one for slides IN. I heard that they keep them out and stand corrected if I'm wrong. I do know that they don't plug their untis in because my friend who consigned and sold his National had lots of solar on the roof. The salesman told him his was one of the units that would start every time, others had to be jumped. PPL is a good place, I didn't want my coach scortching in the sun without the air on. PPL charges 10%, MOT charges 8%. MM. Seems like two different types of clientele also.
mike brez 02/28/15 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yookartik sofa

Click. I looked at these last year I think they were over 4k A bunch of there stuff Here
mike brez 02/27/15 07:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nashville, TN Attractions

Phyllis sent you a pm.
mike brez 02/27/15 09:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: PPL motorhomes

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mike brez 02/27/15 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: PPL motorhomes

I would go look somewhere else or do as I did and ask here on the forum if anyone is going to be there and could take a quick look at it for you. I just copied this from a older post from over the summer when we were looking and found one on PPL site that we liked and was listed at very good +. Here are two seperate people from the forum that looked at it for me. One lives close by and stops in once in a while to see what they have and the other was looking at a coach there and purchased elsewhere. Mike, To put it bluntly, this poor vehicle has been "rode hard and put up wet" (Texas for "it needs a LOT of work - translated = money) The pictures on PPL's ad do not indicate the true condition. Leather on the pilot/co-pilot chairs is heavily cracked. Both sofas are badly stained and appear to have been "lived on". Wonder if this was a full timers vehicle? They did have an animal as the chair skirt had been chewed/ripped. Windscreen was cracked from top to bottom in front of the co-pilot. The 3-M coating on the entire front of the vehicle looked terrible and needed removal then repainted $$$. The slide awnings were ripped to the point of replacement needed, not repair. Carpet was stained (probably beyond cleaning). Looked in the engine compartment - couldn't see much for all the dust, dirt, grease and wasp nests. Storage bins were the same. Exterior paint had the "checking" which is known in this era Monaco. Ours has it but not as bad as this vehicle. Tires were a hodge podge from the 2010-11 time frame. good tread and slight cracking. It was in such bad shape that the maintenance would be VERY suspect but we had no time to find nor inspect the records. I'm a do it yourself type with a steel barn and concrete floor - Wouldn't even think about this one. If you do, a mechanics inspection and engine/transmission oil analysis should be done before money changes hands. Stickers indicated a San Antonio vehicle and it was apparent it had never been inside so sun "worn" everywhere. Sorry to be so negative, Here is the other Good to hear XXX had the same opinion. Everyone looks at stuff differently and has different tastes and opinions of what is good and bad. I was very hesitant to call it a POS, but that is the best description one could give for it. I am with you on the PPL deal. Lots of people rave about them, that is the only reason I went down to look at a couple coaches. To me, that is the absolute worst place you could take your coach to sell. They dont care about the coaches, they just sit out in the weather and get hammered. They don't clean them or do anything to them to take care of them. We had some crazy high winds come through recently, they did not take the slides in on any of those coaches, several awning were ripped and torn up as a result. .......................................................................................................................................... The salesman told me this coach was in great condition and would buy it himself. He explained to me they work on salery and no commission so he could say that. I'm glad I found someone to look at it real quick for me before I flew from ct to tx.
mike brez 02/27/15 06:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cape Cod

Sweetwater Forest in Brewster. No pool but right on a lake. Sweetwater Nickerson SP also in Brewster. Beaches nearby Nickerson and finally Atlantic Oaks. This seems to be the spot for out-of-towners. Atlantic Oaks You may see this place in your research Cape Cod Camp Resort It's expensive and not very nice. We stay at Atlantic Oaks a couple times a year. We love this place.The Cape Cod Bike Trail runs right on the back side of the property,Arnold's is within walking distance. Truro Vineyards down the road and a trip wouldent be complete without a full day and night in P Town. That being said there is absolutely nothing for kids at this place. Nickerson would also not be good for kids. I have stayed at Cape Cod Camp Resort about 10 years ago but just used it as home base and did not use anything there. They were just building the second pool when we were there.
mike brez 02/26/15 04:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why I own a MH continued

For me it's just another toy. We still fly because many places we go the rv just can't get you there.
mike brez 02/26/15 02:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bbq

I just picked up this pellet smoker a few weeks ago to take in the RV. The legs fold up and are used as a carry handle. I have used it at home a few times and works great. Cooked hamburgers,filet mignon,smoked chicken and smoked salmon. Going to try a pork butt maybe this weekend. Will run on 12v or 110 http://i.imgur.com/gi5NQVUl.jpg We also carry this three burner stove and accessories. http://i.imgur.com/qqg4TeLl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/ROzRJ0Ml.jpg http://i.imgur.com/baLF8xsl.jpg
mike brez 02/25/15 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: replacing a headliner

Headliner
mike brez 02/24/15 06:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Picture posting thread...anyone into it?

http://i.imgur.com/FyNxT7Kl.jpg
mike brez 02/24/15 06:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Update on Nashville Officer killed by Motorhome

I seriously doubt this one action will prompt any reform in driving qualifications. Let us hope not.
mike brez 02/24/15 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safe T Plus steering coontrol

Mine steers great and we don't get sucked in and blown out by passing trucks. Can drive with a finger if you wished. We have nothing on the front now but was also thinking about getting a safe t plus just in case of a blow out.
mike brez 02/24/15 06:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Update on Nashville Officer killed by Motorhome

For those of you who were there and have the driver convicted and hung please don't be on a jury of mine if I ever need one. I don't need the oj jury. I think I will wait for the jury to be selected and all the facts gone over and a ruling. THEN ill make my decision without being so hypochritical. Hey the glove didn't fit http://i.imgur.com/mhNu8lXl.jpg
mike brez 02/23/15 06:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Update on Nashville Officer killed by Motorhome

. Maybe there should be a test like for commercial drivers that also needs to be renewed because some just don't know when to hang up the keys. That might explain the "not my fault" logic. That's the last thing we need.
mike brez 02/22/15 04:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Family Owned MH Manufacturers

I think about 10 years ago Bob retired and his son took it over and things started to go down hill so he came back to run things again.
mike brez 02/22/15 04:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Make sure everything is bolted down properly

Gotta love it. A $30,000.00 motor in a rv worth 3k.
mike brez 02/20/15 07:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

not trying to be smart- I agree with what you said- chill ROTFLMAO
mike brez 02/19/15 04:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michelin vs Toyo

70 percent of the population buys on price and 30 percent buy on quality. Your right. With all the zipper blow outs on the Michelins I would get the Toyos also. Much better quality.
mike brez 02/19/15 04:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for Fishing Pole Storage Soulutions

http://i.imgur.com/yAO58Zel.jpg
mike brez 02/18/15 07:09am Class A Motorhomes
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