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RE: Local Walmart/Home Depot

It was a she I asked if it was ok to snap pics. Wish I had more time to BS with her. The one with the leak is dripping on the gray side at a 3 inch clamp.
mike brez 07/23/16 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
Local Walmart/Home Depot

Saw this when I went to the Depot today http://i.imgur.com/Un1X8UDl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/WSaoiTxl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/9cdNm2Yl.jpg Then this one has been on the other side of the parking lot on the Walmart side for over three months now. http://i.imgur.com/kceP9VXl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/sUeIPPNl.jpg
mike brez 07/23/16 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pellet Grill

Salmon on the Davy Crockett http://i.imgur.com/83n2eFQl.jpg
mike brez 07/22/16 12:35pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Shift Inhibit and a crash

Nothing like ATC
mike brez 07/21/16 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shift Inhibit and a crash

X2,What he said :R
mike brez 07/21/16 04:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering used Coach. How old is too old?

I would like to have an old diesel greyhound bus conversion from the 70's.That would be MCI or Prevost. My 1972 Prevost was never used commercially, but nothing wrong with 1/2 mil miles on 1 million miles engine.Thanks for the brand info. :) I think they used Detroit Deisels with Allisons in those? In those years there was not much beside series of 2-cycle Detroits in commercial applications. If they were - they did not last. I researched conversion before I bought my Prevost 12 years ago. Lot of things look good at first sight, but will not work once you get closer. Old city buses can be bought for next to nothing. ' But they don't have storage bays and the city gearing will not go farther than 55 mph. Old interstate buses often have couple millions on them. Still might be worth to convert them, but who wants to put + - 50 grands into converting chassis with 2 million miles on it? I got lucky as my Prevost had less than 30,000 miles on it. ... at least that what seller said as odometer did not have 100's k on it. But who really care if that was 30k, 130k, or 230k ? At some point I got exited about double decker GMC and spend 1/2 day driving to see one.. Turn out the upper floor seat are on elevated sides, having only center passage with clearance for walking. No use for RV http://www.busnut.com/busstop/bus039.jpg width=700 This guy did it. There was a fella on the forum here that purchased one and had it delivered by the tv show shipping wars and was featured on tv delivering it. HERE is the thread. HERE is a piece of the a&e episode cruisin for a bruisin
mike brez 07/20/16 11:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sloppy steering

I had a 1994 33 foot PaceArrow with the 454 P chassis. I did everything to it because it wandered all over. Henderson super steer bell cranks and rear trac bar,got rid of the air bags in the front coil springs and installed henderson springs,inner and outer tie rods,idler arm,steering dampner,ipd large front sway bar with poly bushings on front and rear,Koni shocks,had steering box checked,two sets of tires over the years,a few front end alignments set to henderson specs then even more caster. All this made a huge differance but still was a bear to drive and would like to switch lanes on its own. I finally fixed it.....I sold it and got a diesel pusher.
mike brez 07/20/16 06:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pellet Grill

Davy Crockett I bring mine everywhere. http://i.imgur.com/s4RyAN2l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/NYn6atLl.jpg
mike brez 07/19/16 08:35pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Thinking going back to MH

Foretravel,Country Coach
mike brez 07/18/16 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Breakdown Options

I personally would not dump 21k into it. I think I would cut my losses and start over. A second opinion would be nice. Getting it home 450 miles away would cost a few $$
mike brez 07/18/16 06:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Going from 5th wheel to class A maybe?

Been there done that. Wouldn't go back.
mike brez 07/16/16 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 Bounder and What to offer on it

I sold my 33 foot 1994 PaceArrow on a P30 chassis after owning it for 14 years two years ago for $11,500.00 It had brand new Hankook tires,henderson super steer bell cranks and rear trac bar. Got rid of the air bags in the front coil springs and replaced with henderson SS coil springs,ipd oversized front trac bar with poly bushings on front and rear,Koni shocks all around,front suspension had all new inner and outer tie rods,idler arm,steering dampner and steer safe. Doug Thourly ceramic coated hearers. Re coated roof. If you are serious about it take it for a very long ride on the interstate.
mike brez 07/16/16 08:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 Bounder and What to offer on it

It has a P30 chasis. It was ment for potato chip delivery not rv. If your funds would allow I would look for a newer one on the WH chassis.
mike brez 07/16/16 07:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering used Coach. How old is too old?

That roll over would have demolished a typical wood framed motorhome! Yep the older ones were roll over certified.
mike brez 07/14/16 12:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering used Coach. How old is too old?

I took a little time today to follow up on some of the suggestions. I didn't have much time to dig deep, but there are a lot of really cool units out there. I spent some time looking at some of the older bluebirds; those are really cool. Although I have actually expanded my search criteria instead of narrowing it down, it is exciting to see the many possibilities. This one rolled over after swerving out of the way from a head on collision. It was flipped over back onto its tires and drove it away. The windshield didn't even break. They kicked it out so they could get out. http://i.imgur.com/6Gp0in3l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/C9UVCn6l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/Zpzd517l.jpg
mike brez 07/14/16 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering used Coach. How old is too old?

DW & I are on our 2nd coach, & in both cases we found a lightly used class A. Both were Winnebago's. Winnebago is a high quality product with good customer service & online support. Parts are available through winnebagoparts.com. We have been full timing for over a year now & our coach has had no problems even though it is 16 years old. Winnebago high quality wall to roof separation. http://i.imgur.com/pJpTFjdl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/EtUskKCl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/Zr9VIwsl.jpg
mike brez 07/14/16 11:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to expect with a new gasser

It wll get 15 mpg and handel like its on rails,it will feel like your riding on a big puffy cloud and it will be so quiet it will be deafening. Will also be able go up and down any grade with ease. I seriously don't know :B
mike brez 07/14/16 07:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Stolen Yesterday

How do I post a photo? Here is a recent thread on it This is much easier.
mike brez 07/13/16 01:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering used Coach. How old is too old?

My concern with the higher end coaches as opposed to something built on the Ford or Workhorse gas chassis is that anything can break and usually will in the most remote little Podunk town. Parts can always be overnighted but the cheaper units use normal truck parts that pretty much any little auto part store has on the shelf. Maintenance is key to a used coach's condition but it's hard to know for sure how well something was taken care of. I'd tend to go no older than 10 years. If you take good care from that point on you should have years of use ahead. Appearance can be a problem. most coaches live outside and after 10 years don't look all that good. Tape striping goes bad and fiberglass gel coat gets dull. It really doesn't work to bring them back and a full paint job costs a lot. This one spent its life outside still shines pretty good for almost 20 years old. http://i.imgur.com/S3iZMDxl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/oexaLxtl.jpg
mike brez 07/12/16 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seven sent to hospital at Mystic campground

The kid maintaining the pool had his cellphone ringing when he was dosing the chlorine. More likely "texting!" :h X2...Shows your age when you actually think kids are using them to talk on.
mike brez 07/12/16 06:13pm Class A Motorhomes
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