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RE: Roll call Alaska 2017

We are leaving June 7th by plane :M will take a cruise for one week then two weeks on land. Still working full time so this will give us a feel for it and hopefully take the Moho at some point.
mike brez 05/27/17 10:06am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Results of super steer on DP

I have a Blue Ox True Center that can be adjusted on the fly for wind and road crown. Works well for me. I may install Thse at some point.
mike brez 05/27/17 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing transmission fluid

Mike, Your screen shot absolutely confirms what rgatijnet stated. Sure the capacity may be 26 or 29 quarts but the refill capacity is 17 to 19 quarts. On the broken bolt, is that supposed to be 38-45 inch lbs by any chance? Bruce that's what I thought when I snapped the bolt. I had to go back and check. I'm hoping when I go to remove them next time there is no issue getting them out.
mike brez 05/26/17 08:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing transmission fluid

Mike, Your screen shot absolutely confirms what rgatijnet stated. Sure the capacity may be 26 or 29 quarts but the refill capacity is 17 to 19 quarts. On the broken bolt, is that supposed to be 38-45 inch lbs by any chance? Another screen shot from link http://i.imgur.com/7yQOi34l.png
mike brez 05/26/17 08:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing transmission fluid

I changed mine out myself and it was quite easily done. Be careful when you install the new filters that you correctly torque the bolts down to the proper torque values. X2 on this but 38-45 ft lbs seems to much to me. I torqued mine down using a criss cross pattern tightening a little at a time and felt something let go. I lucked out and got the bolt out hanging on by a thread. After I checked my torque wrench with another and both were the same. http://i.imgur.com/4VnhHiOl.jpg
mike brez 05/26/17 07:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing transmission fluid

Trans info Screen shot from above link http://i.imgur.com/6sxJNr3l.png Very easy to do a ladder,funnel and some clear hose helps. http://i.imgur.com/DUw8zqil.jpg
mike brez 05/26/17 06:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Drones

There are a lot of drones out there and there are a few laws governing them. For example it is illegal to shout them out of the sky." http://i.imgur.com/zY8EmFal.jpg
mike brez 05/25/17 06:09am Around the Campfire
RE: class a motorhomes

Go take out a older high end diesel pusher in the price range you are looking at also just for the heck of it.
mike brez 05/24/17 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: replaceing couch

Previous owner put this love seat in when he replaced the windshield http://i.imgur.com/P9MvAdrl.jpg It was all one peice I had to sawzall it it get it out. I wanted a couch to sleep on in case my kids wanted to come with us so I got a magic bed. Came through the front door. http://i.imgur.com/hy1cBk0l.jpg
mike brez 05/24/17 07:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome weighed - Tire Pressure to set

Can't you weigh it like This to get four corner.
mike brez 05/22/17 03:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: R.I.P. Sully

Sorry to hear this. Always looked forward to reading his posts. Rest In Peace "Partner"
mike brez 05/22/17 06:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

I pulled the old Allegro out of its hibernation spot and into the driveway. Put the fridge on propane to make sure it works in preparation for dry camping at the Pocono Raceway in a few weeks. For some reason the fridge fired up immediately and stayed lit. I usually have to fight with the thing, turning it on and of literally dozens of times before it will stay lit. And then the ignitor keeps clicking for hours. This time I flicked the switch, it lit and that was it. It's still lit this morning. And the ignitor stopped as soon as it lit. Go figure. I need to find a coolant leak somewhere. It puked a bunch of antifreeze out the right front somewhere and the overflow tank is dry. Also installing a tire pressure monitoring system today. If I'm feeling really ambitious I'll put some fuel and propane in it today. I'm not sure the campground where I fill the propane is open today, though. While in hibernation it's better to store it with a full fuel tank. Hope the coolant leak is a easy fix. My old class C use to have a small cold drip but was ok when warmed up.
mike brez 05/21/17 07:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: where'd toad go?

Larger tires = less revolutions per mile so less milage and less mph
mike brez 05/18/17 06:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: owner manuals

I guess all manuals are not created equal. Every wire is numbered with gauge and color. http://i.imgur.com/wiyw8Yel.jpg Problem with exhaust brake go to wire schematic http://i.imgur.com/Z5uAnMVl.jpg Another problem is see all the time on the forum is leaking rear seals. Go to the chassis manual with break down and part numbers http://i.imgur.com/Wt39biJl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/Ud2vfZ5l.jpg
mike brez 05/18/17 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: owner manuals

I don't know I kinda like having all my manuals. http://i.imgur.com/lLbLYH2l.jpg
mike brez 05/18/17 09:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice Parking Job

Sometimes when things go really bad you really don't want to use your own washroom. Hence a hurried park job at Walmart and use their facilities. He really didn't care at the moment. Really I rather use my own toitet than a public. Might as well sell the camper and stay at motel 6 and travel by car.
mike brez 05/17/17 05:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice Parking Job

The MH is parked intentionally at an angle to hopefully prevent other drivers from pulling next to and denting the coach or making his exit more difficult. Nothing for nothing but that is how you get your vechiles dented up.
mike brez 05/17/17 04:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice Parking Job

The towed is attached. The 5er is moving. No! The 5er is not moving. I watched that pic for 5 minutes and can verify it did not move. You got way to much time on your hands :B
mike brez 05/17/17 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice Parking Job

I'm ok with it. My car has a steering wheel so I can just steer around it. I think pedestrians are more of a parking lot hazard than a parked RV. I have, on several occasions, had idiots attempt to merge behind my class A, totally ignoring the toad firmly hitched to the rear. You really think leaving a car abandoned across the driving lanes of a Walmart parking lot is going to end well? At some point one of their "special" customers will be crossing the lot while paying attention to more important things, like trying to get the 44 OZ Big Gulp back in the holder, screaming at the kids who are pulling patched of hair from each other's heads in the back seat, and adjusting her tube top, when her barely insured 1994 Grand Am center punches that toad like a bull hitting a matador. Were talking Walmart here. ROTFLMAO....a tube top I don't think I have saw one of those in over 30 years.
mike brez 05/16/17 07:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice Parking Job

The towed is attached. The 5er is moving.
mike brez 05/16/17 06:59pm Class A Motorhomes
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