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RE: Looking at Motorhomes

I know some of the top brand motorhomes Tiffin,Newmar,Monaco but I have seen others not sure of we are looking at older ones from around 2005-2010 Are these brand motorhomes even worth the time to look and would they hold up fulltiming THOR DOLPHIN DAMON HOLIDAY RAMBLER Only one of them on that list.
mike brez 09/23/17 09:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I need peace of mind

I'm sure you allready have This
mike brez 09/21/17 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dull tailights

Mine lenses had some spider cracks and hazing. Hey they were 18 years old sitting in the Florida sun and heat. Changed over to led. https://i.imgur.com/wvGbCMnl.jpg
mike brez 09/20/17 08:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

Click Sink is easy to change but I would rather have one large one like that. Much easier to wash pots and pans.
mike brez 09/19/17 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Favorite Class A RV That is not over the top

I like it simple also. Here is my 20 year old Country Coach with a simple single slide. Some day I may ditch the mirrors. https://i.imgur.com/QwTbuGNl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/maROP09l.jpg
mike brez 09/18/17 09:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

I will take the quite ride of the rear engine diesel pusher any day. With the Cummins ISC 350, I can run with traffic on any hill IF I wish. Amen
mike brez 09/18/17 09:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

Sorry but that is just stupid on your part. I can very easily pull up stuff that has happened to a gasser. :S If you don't realize that it is more expensive to maintain a diesel than a gasser, I am not the stupid one in this conversation. and at 55K miles, I thought those were good for a million miles. bumpy Nothing for nothing you said perhaps the OP doesn't want the hassle of a diesel, I wouldn't. bumpy Nothing about cost to maintain and no spending more on maintaince does not define a hassle.
mike brez 09/18/17 07:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

After owning both their is no hassle. Put fuel in it and go. If you are talking about now being able to hear your co pilot without the screaming gas engine between the two of you,then yes. I guess we have different definitions of "hassle". "In 55k miles, my 8.3 Cummins ISC has had all 6 injectors pulled cleaned flow checked then reinstalled with new seals.. $2800 and change, #4 injector line replaced. $220 (yeah it broke) valve cover re-sealed, $110 and the exhaust manifold replaced. $829. All coolant hoses replaced, (now life time teflon type) the oil changed 4 times with the $70 filter, and 24 Qts of oil." bumpy Sorry but that is just stupid on your part. I can very easily pull up stuff that has happened to a gasser. :S Stupid on my part to maintain my coach?? yeah right. point is, each must be maintained, each has their issues. nothing is free. Quoted bumpy not u
mike brez 09/17/17 05:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

After owning both their is no hassle. Put fuel in it and go. If you are talking about now being able to hear your co pilot without the screaming gas engine between the two of you,then yes. I guess we have different definitions of "hassle". "In 55k miles, my 8.3 Cummins ISC has had all 6 injectors pulled cleaned flow checked then reinstalled with new seals.. $2800 and change, #4 injector line replaced. $220 (yeah it broke) valve cover re-sealed, $110 and the exhaust manifold replaced. $829. All coolant hoses replaced, (now life time teflon type) the oil changed 4 times with the $70 filter, and 24 Qts of oil." bumpy Sorry but that is just stupid on your part. I can very easily pull up stuff that has happened to a gasser. :S
mike brez 09/17/17 05:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

It says there is a lien on it. Where does it say that? That is a nice coach. if you like gassers. There are equal Diesel pusher Mountain aires out there for the same money. Right hand side colum second up from bottom...Lien https://i.imgur.com/6YtK1S8l.png
mike brez 09/17/17 07:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

I did a search on ten year. got 275 hits and perhaps the OP doesn't want the hassle of a diesel, I wouldn't. bumpy After owning both their is no hassle. Put fuel in it and go. If you are talking about now being able to hear your co pilot without the screaming gas engine between the two of you,then yes.
mike brez 09/17/17 07:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on this MH for sale

Click me
mike brez 09/16/17 03:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

Did as you said and everything is good......WTF. I'm going to let it sit awhile go and check again. Unplug and plug in a few times and see what happens. No insta hot and there is nothing plugged into coach outlets.OK maybe time to make a mental note and not worry about it. Good ground does keep you safe and the PI will verify the ground is always good. Hard to find an intermittent issue. With nothing plugged in on those inverter branch circuits it would seem to point to an issue with the inverter and could well be normal enough. Ran the two roof tops for a couple hours,fridge is running as it is always on,used some 12v to draw down batteries and they are charging,pluged some lamps and drills into outlets and all is still good. I forget to try and use the inverter. At work until tomorrow night see if it's still good then and if so try the inverter.
mike brez 09/16/17 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

Mike: The photo you posted is Seimans, but the RV panel OP posted is Square D. The Seimans panel with 200 amp main is house type panel. I think every photo was mine. The 50amp breaker that was going to be replaced was the one in the 200amp panel with the attached gfi. Nothing is being touched in the rv panel.
mike brez 09/16/17 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

Ok shut off the two 20amp breakers and removed those two black wires on top. Ems reads ok,turned on main 50amp breaker in Moho and flipped all breakers on one at a time and all good. Then turned on the two 20amp ones and still all good. Went to re connect the two black and triped the 50amp gfi in my basement.Good. Just a bit out of sequence to narrow it down. Could still be the charging system, transfer switch, or something on the two branch circuits. Diagram shows the two feeds as 525 (A/C pass through input) and 528 (power for charging system). With the 20a circuit breakers off reconnect one of the black wires at a time and hopefully identify which one is what. If that holds then turn on the 20 amp breakers one at a time. I suspect the inverter charging system or the insta-hot. Unless you have something odd plugged in. Or explain what you have done and let your electrician evaluate the rest. Did as you said and everything is good......WTF. I'm going to let it sit awhile go and check again. Unplug and plug in a few times and see what happens. No insta hot and there is nothing pluged into coach outlets.
mike brez 09/16/17 11:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

He has a Square D Homeline panel, Who ever put the Eaton breakers in did it improperly. X2 You beat me to it. I thought it was a Siemens? The cover and every breaker says Siemens on it. I'm gonna get a Siemens instead of the square d https://i.imgur.com/AKkyhbdl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/9nYOa14l.jpg
mike brez 09/16/17 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

OK looks like the two feed the inverter. One for pass through and the other to power the battery charging. Need to pull those two wires off to isolate the main panel. Also need to shut the two 20 amp inverter breakers off. Then one last try at the 50 amp GFCI. Thanks I'll give it a try in the am. Ok shut off the two 20amp breakers and removed those two black wires on top. Ems reads ok,turned on main 50amp breaker in Moho and flipped all breakers on one at a time and all good. Then turned on the two 20amp ones and still all good. Went to re connect the two black and triped the 50amp gfi in my basement.
mike brez 09/16/17 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

OK looks like the two feed the inverter. One for pass through and the other to power the battery charging. Need to pull those two wires off to isolate the main panel. Also need to shut the two 20 amp inverter breakers off. Then one last try at the 50 amp GFCI. Thanks I'll give it a try in the am.
mike brez 09/15/17 08:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

Photo shows main breaker 50 amp with retainer. The two black wires on main is a big question. Is ther a ground buss behind the right column of circuit breakers? Do you have an inverter? I have a inverter
mike brez 09/15/17 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a 50amp line to plug into

What do those two black wires off the top feed? Are they hot with no breaker? Seems odd. I think those are the in-feed terminals if you were not using a main breaker. I will have to look in my manual. This label is on them https://i.imgur.com/jV9hipBl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/236ADbnl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1jtQSidClick For Full-Size Image https://i.imgur.com/QkDLU1Nl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1jtQSidClick For Full-Size Image.
mike brez 09/15/17 06:33pm Class A Motorhomes
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