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RE: Weather Tech Mats for your tow car.

J rooster: I have them in all of our vehicles. When I sold my last pickup I removed the liners to show prospective buyers my like new carpets. Amazing but overpriced. Moisheh
moisheh 09/25/16 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New rules for TIP entry into Hassel-free zones?

Dave: I found that post on Baja Nomads. It is rather ambiguous. I don't believe a word. Seems like someone trying to create problems. I sent an email to Mexicoruss. If anyone knows about this it would be Russ. Moisheh
moisheh 09/25/16 02:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New rules for TIP entry into Hassel-free zones?

Dave: Can you provide a link? I looked on that site and could not find anything. I have heard just the opposite. The Hassle Free zone was to be extended to include Alamos. Moisheh
moisheh 09/25/16 01:45pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Roadmaster Spare Tire Carrier

Astro: Unlike your gasser the OP's chassis has plenty of ground clearance and does not drag like a gasser. The underslung carrier I referred to is mounted in front of the engine/diff. No worries about anything dragging. We do not carry a spare for our 08 Dynasty and this has never been a problem. Moisheh
moisheh 09/23/16 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DEF diesel engines

carringb: I think you are confusing HD trucks and RV's. Class 8 trucks use a more robust DPF system. They also have many more regens. In one year a Class 8 truck will travel 150,000 miles. A MH might go 7 or 8,000. At that rate an RV DPF would be more than 20 years old before needing any emission repairs. Navistar is a whole other story as the engineers were arrogant and dumb. They insisted they had developed a system that would be better than the Cummins unit. Of course they were lying! The Navistar engines were and are junk ( mF13 and up). Early Cats with DPF's are just as bad. Our 08 Dynasty ith an ISL has about one regen per year! Still as strong as ever. I might add that emission problems will get worse very soon. The EPA, CARB and impossible to obtain fuel mileage demands from the Gov. will cause nightmares. Moisheh
moisheh 09/23/16 06:07pm Class A Motorhomes

Pemex is probably the most corrupt entity in Mexico. Unions that make Jimmy Hoffa look like a saint. Workers who are dead and still receiving a salary. Mothballed facilities that still have employees show up and do nothing! Maybe the cartels should be running Pemex! Moisheh
moisheh 09/23/16 05:53pm RVing in Mexico and South America

I know a businessman who opened a new Pemex. Took over a year. You put the tanks in the ground and wait weeks for an inspector. He has to approve everything. Put in the pipes and again wait weeks Of course there is Mordida. Some people do not understand that Mordida is simply a way of life that affects every Mexican Moisheh
moisheh 09/23/16 03:08pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Car rental in Mexico - Puerto Valarta

Your credit card would probably not cover the insurance in Mexico.
moisheh 09/22/16 04:58pm RVing in Mexico and South America

Nothing will happen until the feds require all new vehicles to require ULSD. This would include: software changes, a DPF system, a SCR system, changes to the EGR and probably injection changes. Cost would be at least $20,000. ULSD would have to be available everywhere. How would the farmers and those with older trucks afford the increase in the cost of the fuel? Lots of problems. Moisheh
moisheh 09/21/16 10:03am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Heart Attack in Mexico

I have begun to notice defibs in some public places in Mexico. They are of course more costly in Mexico. I know 2 fellows who have their own units. The Phillips units are not too pricey and available on ebay. Both the clinic and the Red Cross in Kino have defibs. Moisheh
moisheh 09/20/16 04:30pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Roadmaster Spare Tire Carrier

Bad idea to mount a spare behind your rad. You will have overheating problems. I think you have a Freightliner chassis. If you do a search there are plans for an undermount for tire and wheel. Attaches to the frame and uses a small electric winch. I had one on an 02 Bounder DP. Worked great. Moisheh
moisheh 09/19/16 05:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 2500

Stay away from any RV dealer for anything that is not house related. You need to see an Allison dealer ASAP. The Allison computer will store any trouble codes. Moisheh
moisheh 09/19/16 06:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No Workhorse Chassis for 2016

The engines could have been sold if Cat was willing to either develop their own emission system or simply buy the system from Cummins. That is what Navistar did after they failed at building their own! Most of the Class 8 truck mfrs. have their own engines so Cat lost a lot of that business. The few Cat engines that were produced with DPF's were a disaster. Moisheh
moisheh 09/18/16 07:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thread for weight issues this season for F250 + trucks

The aduaneros that I deal with are from educated. Degrees: You must be kidding. Probably is a requirement but these are good jobs and are often given to those who are somehow "connected". The ones who check the values of goods online and do the calculations are sharp. But the personel who come to your vehicle when you get a red light are different. Moisheh
moisheh 09/16/16 03:40pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: No Workhorse Chassis for 2016

pslocum: What do you mean by saying the EPA stopped Chevy and Cat?? The EPA did not stop Cat. Cat made a business decision. They had very low sales of on road engines and decided the cost to meet the new EPA standards were too high. Please provide any further info you may have. Moisheh
moisheh 09/16/16 05:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thread for weight issues this season for F250 + trucks

Tequila: You might want to edit or delete that last post. Too many people assume that Mexicans are a bunch of dummies. Bad assumption. Although the Aduaneros at the border are not the sharpest knife in the drawer the higher ups are usually highly educated and Tech savvy. I would bet that Mexico has people who monitor forums for any posts about Aduana and other controversial subjects. They may even subscribe to companies that provide this service to Gov.'s and corporate clients. You posted your phone number recently. Might as well have posted your complete bio! Moisheh
moisheh 09/16/16 05:17am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Crippling insurance costs

rwbradley: Your advice to go to Mexico as the health care is cheap should come with a disclaimer. Elective surgery might be alright but if you have a heart attack in Mexico the odds of you surviving are against you. Odds are you will not survive. Moisheh
moisheh 09/13/16 05:01pm Snowbirds
RE: LCI - Lippert

Lantley: Maybe you should do some research before speaking. Try searching for problems with Lippert frames. Some of them are so bad the frame us coming apart. I don't know how long you have been RVing but I had never heard of a trailer frame breaking due to using small gauge material. Companies use Lippert for many reasons. For one thing they will engineer the product ( but often bad engineering). The RV mfr. becomes an assembler. No need for structural engineers. Lippert makes steps, slide outs, trailer frames, substructures and much more. They even make the drop down beds used in some Toy haulers. You wont see their junk in a mid priced Newmar or a Fleetwood American Coach. I have even seen a small RV plant in Texas ( or Oklahoma) with a small Lippert plant next door. No need to bring stuff from Indiana. I would never buy a unit with that Schwintek Lippert slide system. Let's hear from the Thor owners. Do they use Lippert slide outs? Probably. Moisheh
moisheh 09/13/16 11:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: LCI - Lippert

Everyone should be aware that Lippert is the largest supplier of components to the RV industry. They have been buying up smaller companies. They build frames for much of the TT mfrs. These frames like most of Lipperts stuff are junk. Same for their slide outs. Probably cost the mfrs. less than other slide out systems. I don't think you see that Lippert c--p on mid to high end units. Winnie loves their stuff. Moisheh
moisheh 09/12/16 03:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: companies that have gone out of business problems

Although for the most part everything is available some items may have been discontinued When Navistar bought the remnants of Monaco those idiots dumped the body molds in the trash. They scrapped a lot of the legacy parts as well Odball items like dash components are often not available. We have an 08 Dynasty and so far have been able to get anything we needed Monaco products used an Alladin system for unit information display. Alladin is out of business. Often you can find a company to substitute or rebuild your item. Moisheh
moisheh 09/12/16 03:38pm Class A Motorhomes
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