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RE: New RV couch

bradd and hall. get a magic sofa bed if you want the sleeping ability. bumpy Can you use seat belts with that couch?
mike brez 09/16/14 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2010 Jeep liberty Toad option

Just want to chime in here.the Patriot is lighter than the Liberty by a few thousand Lbs. That was a consideration as well. No way!
mike brez 09/16/14 10:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Starbucks intimidates me

I thought I was the only one that can't stand Starbucks coffee.
mike brez 09/16/14 08:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Buying a new TV- advice sought

Panasonic Plasma. Plasma still has the best blacks. Some of the led and LCD look to cartoonish.
mike brez 09/15/14 05:13am Around the Campfire
RE: Dog food-are these ingredients necessary?

We feed our dogs Orijen with some tripe mixed in.
mike brez 09/15/14 04:53am RV Pet Stop
RE: Big car, big cigar and no gas.

150K a year. I think you will be able to just get by.
mike brez 09/14/14 07:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should I wax the fiberglass roof?

..... Should I also wax the roof? Will the fiberglass roof last just as long, if it doesn't get waxed? Yes, and IMHO, it will increase the life of your roof. Several years back, I bought a one year old used Class A that had not had the roof cleaned and/or waxed by the prior owner and here in Vegas, with the sun and heat, you could see and feel the roughness and damage in the strands of the fiberglass. It took the better part of two days to properly clean and wax. I currently use Maguire's or other top name brand, liquid wax and apply a medium to heavy coat with a foam pad on the buffer. I do it at leas once per year just prior to the start of the summer heat. and when possible, again in the late fall. Schnauzers rule lol http://i.imgur.com/n8h3nPil.jpg My roof has a very deep diamond non skid about two feet wide on both sides then the middle is flat. Looks like it would be a pita to wax. I saw a receipt in a folder that was for $1,500.00 in the rv and they removed everything from the roof and put bus coat on it. I only had her a few weeks so still learning.
mike brez 09/14/14 07:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: On my own now

I'm not a emotional guy but that put a tear in my eye. God bless.
mike brez 09/13/14 12:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2010 Jeep liberty Toad option

Looks nice and clean. 15k looks to be about what nada retail is. Almost forgot my brother has a Liberty Jet model I think it's a 2013. It looks pretty cool.
mike brez 09/13/14 11:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now why cant Winnebago make a motorhome like this - in a 25'

WOW, just WOW, so much hate. here Obviously the OP has no information skills. X2. :R
mike brez 09/13/14 04:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2010 Jeep liberty Toad option

I purchased my older son a 03 Liberty that I just sold last week. He had it for seven years and not one problem and he took it off road all over Ct. and were he went to school in Vt. He was also a snowboard instructor at Killington mountain so drove in some pretty nasty weather and road conditions. I also purchased my younger son a 2008 Liberty in 2010 it had 80,000 miles on it and was/ is in awesome shape I picked up the 08 for 13k. I have a Wrangler that I use just to plow with and for a toad. Actually all three have never been to the dealer or needed repair. This is a pic of the 03 the day it left the house. http://i.imgur.com/0rstH1wl.jpg
mike brez 09/12/14 07:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Full-Timing...what's your opinion...

Personally I have no desire.
mike brez 09/12/14 10:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer gas class A ride quality

I took out a 2013 with a V10 with I think was called a power platform chassis. Seemed to ride pretty good but that motor screamed.
mike brez 09/12/14 05:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New RV couch

This place looks like it has some good choices. I marked the website for a computer desk/dinette I want to get: http://shop4seats.com/rv-furniture/sofa-beds/all-sofas.html I'm getting ready to order a couch from them. Waiting for the swatches to arrive to pick color. They seem pretty busy there. They have a few couches on eBay also. You can check out their feed back also. Shop4seats
mike brez 09/12/14 05:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is Unique To Your Coach?

It's minor but I really like about our mh is that all three ACs drain through the roof and exit inside the rear cap near the bottom of the cap. No more water running off the roof. That is a great feature !! Wow, that is a great feature. We just got our coach and while in florida had a/c's cranking. After a few hours I didn't see any water comming down the side. Looked under the coach and was comming out of the bottom of the rear cap. I was like wow pretty awesome for a 1998 rv.
mike brez 09/12/14 05:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Age Question For My Neighbor

I've mentioned this in another thread that explained how aging works. Tires are like a bowl of spaghetti with a good Italian tomato sauce. If the tires sit, all the sauce sinks to the bottom and is not mixed with the tire (the spaghetti). Using the tires on a regular basis heats up the Italian feast and keeps the sauce mixed in with the tread making for an excellent Italian dinner. As the dinner sits with no heat, you get sticky dry noodles. Order a new set of dinners! MM. Mmmmmm I'm getting hungry talking about tires. Mine are two years old but this almost makes me want to go buy a few dinners. http://i.imgur.com/HalyHbml.jpg
mike brez 09/11/14 05:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Working on something ALL THE TIME

Biggest mistake was storing all our furniture for 13 years at a cost of $26000. But now you have a million $$$ in antiques :B
mike brez 09/10/14 07:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now why cant Winnebago make a motorhome like this - in a 25'

Because http://i.imgur.com/gUUUoyHl.jpg
mike brez 09/09/14 05:06pm Class A Motorhomes

Just because it smokes don't mean it's broke :B http://i.imgur.com/rdgbziwl.jpg
mike brez 09/09/14 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor ACE ahead of the competition

..And FWIW DSDP, I find spending $400K on a motorhome to be just as ridiculous. I'd rather invest that money into a nice property (4000 ft2 vs 400ft2) that will not drop in value like a motorhome. Well said, EricGT. I, like Effy, you, and I'm sure many others, do not have a money tree growing in the back yard, and cannot blow my nose on $1000 dollar bills. The idea of sinking six figures into a depreciating asset that is basically a 'toy'.....Welllll, it will not happen for me in this lifetime, period. Maybe I'm cheap or old fashioned, but IMO thats just not wise use of $$. I'll give up camping/RVing before I put that much $$ into something that just loses value. If I have that much $$ to work with, I'm putting it into a property or something that will not drop in value every day I know of some that have lost six figures in property or something(stocks). One of the big reasons for me why I personally would never ever buy new.
mike brez 09/09/14 08:55am Class A Motorhomes
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