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RE: Tire Advise and Opinions

I put Hankook 19.5s on my gasser after a rear tire blowout on the Goodyears. I'm still running Hankook 22s on my Suburban and right now I have Samson 22.5s on my DP right now.
mike brez 07/01/15 03:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fair Market Value

OK Steve what are you looking at?
mike brez 07/01/15 08:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Maybe I should get an older DP

I just purchased my 18 year old DP last year. I use mine maybe four weeks a year. Totally worth it for me.
mike brez 06/30/15 05:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for a DP from PPL

For that kind of cash I would be looking Here ,Here
mike brez 06/29/15 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Maint./Repair $$ 10yr old DP

I purchased mine almost one year ago. It's 18 years old and didn't come with one service record nor did I have anyone inspect it. After I drove it from florida to home in connecticuit without any problems I spent about $500.00 on filters,antifreeze,oil and changed the the tranny fluid over to transynd. Still trouble free.
mike brez 06/29/15 05:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is the fresh water tank drain

I just flip a switch for mine. http://i.imgur.com/7V8euRsl.jpg
mike brez 06/28/15 03:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What has happened to Winnebago Quality?

Just saw this on irv2. Fiberglass roof separation from side wall http://i.imgur.com/22iKBpCl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/DYhN5inl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/IKoPDKOl.jpg
mike brez 06/28/15 11:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What has happened to Winnebago Quality?

This whole thread only reinforces why I keep polishing my 95 Bounder. Richard Same here. No squeaks or rattles nice ride still shines. I'm going to keep on polishing her also.
mike brez 06/28/15 08:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What has happened to Winnebago Quality?

Well if it's any consolation you're making me feel really good about buying a 92 Monaco Crown Royale for our first DP. I just lie in bed and look at the wood grain, the fit and finish, the precision craftsmanship of every door and trim and marvel that I could buy this quality for less than my friends new Honda Accord. My mantra is I'd rather have older quality things that have been well cared for than new things. This also goes for my wife. So you like a older wife with a nice fit and finish :B
mike brez 06/27/15 07:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Smokers

My newest smoker a Green Mountain Davey Crockett? I got it because of size and it can run off 12v. http://i.imgur.com/Q72er1Pl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/T1Ttyafl.jpg Even smoked honey salmon http://i.imgur.com/XmdJlWIl.jpg
mike brez 06/27/15 04:42pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Beer!

I pick up this beer every year. It's best to let it age a couple years. It's almost impossible to get near me. I drive a couple hours every Black Friday(that's when it's released)to purchase. It ant cheap at over $150.00 a case. I took all he had lol. http://i.imgur.com/fIf0JDHl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/KFblxfHl.jpg This right now is my favorite beer at night when I'm just having one. It's pricy too at $85.00 for a case of 12. http://i.imgur.com/utz9tN4l.jpg My favorite local brew http://i.imgur.com/qseg8Mhl.jpg My fridge is packed with these http://i.imgur.com/la4yEoYl.jpg
mike brez 06/25/15 06:30pm Around the Campfire
RE: Looking at a Class A, price check please

Nice looking unit. With him fixing the issues before buying, I think the price is good. For my personal perspective, I would not buy it, no slides. Good luck with your decision. Some have no need or use for slides. I wanted a 2000 a Foretravel U320 non slide but wife wanted a slide. Happy wife happy life.
mike brez 06/25/15 05:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kwikee step won't close

This might help
mike brez 06/23/15 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Blows Tire Causing Roll-Over Video

looks like speed was a major factor Disagree. It shure didn't help. The truck was doing 66 mph when he got passed by the rv. I'm no expert but at the rate he passed the truck my guess he was traveling in the high 70s. Simple to see. Would he have lost control at 20MPH? 30? 40? 50? 60? Obviously excessive speed caused him to lose control. It is just unclear how much speed it took to exceed this drivers ability to cope with a flat tire. Front blow outs happen and very very few end up like this. This particular driver could not handle it even if he was going less than the posted speed limit. I fail to see how 20-45 MPH can come into the fray on this one. Minimum speed is 45 MPH. We are probably not going to drive 45 MPH and since we choose to keep our speeds up (most in the MH forum regularly post their speeds as 60-75), logic has it that at speeds of 60-75 MHP the driver would still have lost control. The only thing that speed had a factor in was how far the wreckage continued to skid across the interstate. Define "excessive". Is it a "going too fast for conditions" thing or a quantified measure of speed? 60, 70, 80 MPH?? WW I can tell you this. There is a BIG difference in handling and comfort level in my RV between 60 and 70. BIG difference. I can't imagine 80. My RV won't even go 80. I think it was a contributing factor as to how it handled after a blowout. 10 MPH is a lot more than you think when trying to control a vehicle as large an RV. I can tell you my MH really acts no different at 55, 65, or 75. There are times I have been 80 or above to pass a truck that was getting his momentum up for a hill and I didn't want to be behind him when we was slowed to 20. Several times I have looked down and seen as high as 85. Other than the gasp I let out from looking, there is no real difference. Since his was a pusher as well, I assume he had the same experience as I because he was very confident in his passing of the 18-wheeler. The video shows his coach listing dramatically to the left, an action he allowed and probably was caught off guard. Natural crown of the road is to the left in the left lane, so I am sure his coach just went that way; with the left blown tire, that was all she wrote. Opinion only. WW Yea mine acts no different at 200 mph but when $hit happens it happens real quick not like when I'm going 20 mph.
mike brez 06/23/15 04:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: TruSteer

I will be installing a new Tru Steer made by Blue Ox, on our 2007 Holiday Rambler Neptune. Really hope this stops the wander and unstable ride.... Bill Tru Center?
mike brez 06/22/15 06:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A good deal?

Sounds to good to be true.
mike brez 06/17/15 08:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Blows Tire Causing Roll-Over Video

looks like speed was a major factor Disagree. It shure didn't help. The truck was doing 66 mph when he got passed by the rv. I'm no expert but at the rate he passed the truck my guess he was traveling in the high 70s.
mike brez 06/17/15 05:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Blows Tire Causing Roll-Over Video

The video only showed the median blocked. Not the Eastbound, and especially not the Westbound lanes of the Interstate highway were blocked. I guess you saw the pic that Mike Brez posted of the coach laying on it's side blocking the lanes. There were no lane(s) blockage on the video. Where were the lane(s) blockage according to your source and LINK?? Where is your link(s)? Calm down Joe. I posted the picture MM was referring to a few pages back. Here is the picture and link hope this is good enough for ya. http://i.imgur.com/bl0hd7zl.jpg And the news story Louisiana State Police troopers were dispatched to an overturned motor home on Interstate 10 on Monday. The accident happened east of US 61 in Ascension Parish. Crash scene investigators said the motor home was Westboundon Interstate 10 in the left lane when it blew out a tire and veered into the median, striking the cable barriers. The vehicle overturned and slid on its side across both Eastboundlanes. The story and video Here
mike brez 06/17/15 05:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front End Diesel Class A

If it was so good they would still be making them.
mike brez 06/17/15 04:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quality construction

I purchased this 1998 in your price range and it didn't need anything. Have put 8k miles on it and still needs nothing. Their are nicer fancier ones out there but this one suits us for now. Heading out tomorrow for a week in Cape Cod Ma. http://i.imgur.com/I1YVktNl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/ee4Vioil.jpg
mike brez 06/16/15 05:23pm Class A Motorhomes
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