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RE: Hauling our motorcycle

Ckicky I haven't and don't think I would.
mike brez 02/22/18 11:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bath and a half.

A Newall comes with a staff that drains the tanks for you doesn't it? Congratulations on that new coach! Sounds like not a consistent answer. The macerator toilets allow you to mount a toilet remote from the tank, otherwise the toilets are gravity and would require two tanks. Ours has 1 tank, one gravity john and one macerator. Ok now what's a Newall
mike brez 02/20/18 04:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bath and a half.

I'm trading my National Tradewinds for a Newhall with a bath and a half. I have a question for anyone who might have a class A set up that way. When you drain and flush the black tanks is this done separately or is there one drain. Never herd of a Newhall any pics Newell or Newmar?
mike brez 02/20/18 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jersey Shore to San Antonio to Tucson via Rt10.

While in San Antonio Alamo,River Walk,Esquire Tavern
mike brez 02/20/18 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gifted Class A

Before dumping any money into refer,a/c, propane tank and LED lights I would make make sure bearings and all hoses are ok and change fluids a you said. Tires and batteries for sure. I once let my old gas 1994 PaceArrow sit for almost two years without starting or using. When we had time to use again it started right up and we took off without a single issue.
mike brez 02/19/18 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question....about retirement...

i retired at 62 1/2, as soon as I could. dumbest thing I ever did. my advice, if possible, work as long as you can. If you don't mind I gotta ask why.
mike brez 02/15/18 01:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Pulling from the front of a Class A

Like this https://i.imgur.com/Gf8M1ftl.jpg
mike brez 02/15/18 10:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2018 jeep compass

Someone cleaned this thread up. https://i.imgur.com/4sXMR50l.jpg
mike brez 02/15/18 06:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to store sewage hose on a class A

Here is mine https://i.imgur.com/8IQr4hzl.jpg
mike brez 02/13/18 02:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rv safes

I have tried to open ours a couple times and never did. My wife has no problem opening it. https://i.imgur.com/7bwASbUl.jpg
mike brez 02/13/18 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2018 jeep compass

I just hope you are not thinking the Compass is a REAL Jeep. If you want a true Jeep to do real 4X4 off roading you will need the Jeep Rubicon with Lockers or the Grand Cherokee TRAIL Rated. The minimum for off roading would be the Wrangler Sport. Be advised that even the Sport does not have 'Lockers' so is not TRUE 4 wheel drive. If your salesman can't explain these differences in models, go elsewhere to buy. Hopefully he's smart enough to know the difference. I don't get why ANYONE would want to own a Wrangler that they have to drive every day. I get the folks who like to trailer them to the mountains and go where they please but the Wrangler is one of the worst riding vehicles I have ever been in an love my Liberty. I have NO plans of taking it off-road but it does great in the snow! I have a Wrangler and two Liberty's the Liberty is not all that much better. This is my older one that has been off road quite a bit https://i.imgur.com/abQtBDdl.jpg
mike brez 02/12/18 05:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside Service

If you are an FMCA member, they have a plan that covers your coach and toad for under $100 a year. Just renewed coachnet for $74 a year. Don't have to belong to anything covers all my family's cars. Sounds too good for the right coverage. Best price I've found for Plantium, was through Sharon Ball at PPL Motorhomes of Houston and is now over $100, but still, well worth it. Thing is, you're insuring yourself and spouse for whatever you're driving and whether or not, it belongs to you or someone else. Idk I've had it for years. Last year or so when I was reading on the forum how much they were charging I went on line to my account and renewed for six years for $446. Back when I signed up they wanted all our names and sent us all cards. My older boy lives in VT. and he used it up there. I'm gonna call when I get some time and make shure what I have.
mike brez 02/05/18 07:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside Service

If you are an FMCA member, they have a plan that covers your coach and toad for under $100 a year. Just renewed coachnet for $74 a year. Don't have to belong to anything covers all my family's cars.
mike brez 02/04/18 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas or Diesel?? which is better

Yes and fuel is 40 cents/gal higher. Yes, it is. $2.959/gal. yesterday. I need to fill the truck, and I hate to think what it will cost! It is down to 1/2 a tank. I get over the Continental Divide just fine with our gasser, even when towing the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that I had. But then, the Class C we had with the 460 engine towed the same Jeep across the same mountain passes with no problems, as well. I don't quite understand the fueling problems some have mentioned. I find the RV pumps at most truck stops problem free, and they have both gas and diesel pumps on that lane. I gas up frequently at a Sinclair station near the Famcamp that I stay at a couple times a year. No big thing there, either, even when towing a trailer with the ATV on it. I guess, as usual, it all comes down to Personal Preference. That national average for today shows diesel is .32 cents more than regular gas. With my old 34ft gasser with a 454 I was lucky to see 6mpg average. With my 36ft DP I'm averaging just over 9mpg and the ride oooh my god the ride is soooo much better.
mike brez 02/04/18 07:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steering Stabilizers....yes again..

I'm running the Blue OX True center on mine. I had a safety plus on my old gasser that I disliked. My coach drove and handled great before I installed the BlueOx. I installed it mainly in case of tire blow out. I really like that it is adjustable on the fly for road crown and wind with a touch of the button. https://i.imgur.com/kYX6Ozkl.jpg I installed a foot switch to mine. The one with yellow wire. https://i.imgur.com/tLUzBr4l.jpg
mike brez 02/04/18 07:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside Service

Coach Net
mike brez 02/03/18 07:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Purchasing Options!

Get a DP more chassis options. Problem solved :B
mike brez 02/03/18 10:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Progressive Insurance questions

Progressive for rv for 12 or more years. Also only company I found to insure my composite motorcycle nobody will touch them anymore after years of insurance company's getting ripped off.
mike brez 02/02/18 12:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flooring Installation

Just finished installing Pergo Laminate in our 2004 National Tropical. Bought 100 sq feet of laminate from Lowes ~$250 and hired local handyman to remove old carpet and install laminate...$300. Very pleased with the results. No scuff marks so far. Chose laminate over tile to save weight and simpler installation. (Tile would add 900 lbs) Can't remember how to add photos but will send by PM. Use THIS for pics
mike brez 02/01/18 10:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A of the choice

Looks nice. Will most likely benefit with a rear trac bar. Looks like wheel base to length is 50% 32A brochure
mike brez 02/01/18 07:19am Class A Motorhomes
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