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RE: Firestone Vs Michelins

If you are a member of FMCA, they have an agreement with Michelin. I saved about $350 on new tires for my Libero. But they send you to particular companies. I was very happy that they sent me to a place just a couple miles from where I stored the RV... a Pomps Truck Tire service place in Minnesota.
mumkin 07/06/15 09:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sportsmobile

Since I've been around B boards, almost the only negatives that I have read about SM have been from people who don't like the basic industrial style... and assume that it looks "cheap" because it doesn't look "posh" as it seems that most of the B market is demanding that. Personally I've always liked the clean lines and everyone that I know who has had one has been happy with the quality of the cabinetry.
mumkin 06/23/15 08:38am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Ford Transit 350 diesel

Thus far I haven't seen anything on offer on the Transit (gas or diesel) from any of the usual B converters. Only Sportsmobile and probably some of the smaller converters. If you go on the Transit board, many are doing their own conversions.
mumkin 06/16/15 07:01pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek 190P ordered a new mattress.

Can't open the back doors?
mumkin 06/12/15 08:26am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: B class driveability?

Funny you should ask. I have just finalized my order for a new Roadtrek 170 and when it arrives, I will sell my minivan. For the last 4 years, I have used a 25 ft Class C (LTV Libero) as my daily driver when I am in Arizona for the winter. I admit it was rather crazy, but it got a fabulous 8.5-9.5 miles per gallon, and I did have to plan ahead as to where I would be able to park it. But, one gets much more exercise walking from distant sections of various parking lots. I decided that it was time to downsize... pondered and actually originally ordered a 190. But then I thought that it really made little sense to have my Sienna sitting in a parking garage for 6-7 months of the year. Why not get the smallest RT and sell it? The 170 is, after all, only 22 inches longer. So that is what I am doing. I will see how it works for the couple months that I may be up north before heading back to AZ. If I don't like it, next year when I come back to MN, I will buy another car. I will miss not being able to park in the underground parking garage of my building. Perhaps I could get the condo association to raise the ceiling a few feet. :B
mumkin 06/10/15 09:24pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Those of you with older Roadtreks...

Since you will usually be by yourself, I think the aisle shower would be fine. The reality is that if there are you and a couple kids, there is likely not enough hot water or tank capacity to do showers for three. :C You would definitely be using the campground showers in that case. I definitely agree with you about getting the Chevy versus Ford and Dodge... both of which often have handling issues in the older used models. No problem finding service and they nearly always handle well.
mumkin 06/09/15 04:15pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: What emergency road equipment do you carry?

I opted out of the mail for Good Sam (who owns this board, BTW, Avanti :B) and it was so efficient that I can't even get my membership card!! But, back to the topic of this thread, I have two cell phones (one Verizon) and my CoachNet. And I'm one of those who hasn't had a spare for the last 4 years and won't have one with my new rig either.
mumkin 05/29/15 08:49am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: The 1959 Ford Thames campervan restoration begins.

Kev, you do keep busy!! LOL Another project that certainly looks up to the high standard of everything you do. I'm also impressed at how you manage to scavenge so much good stuff to save you money.
mumkin 05/24/15 09:18am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek 170 as a daily driver

I have owned a 190 and a 210 and am totally familiar with the answer concerning those models. Why not the 190? It is only 1'8" longer. Is it that and the mileage difference?
mumkin 05/20/15 09:02am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Sterling RV/GWV 2015 Classic on Promaster

I would guess that it has an espar system for both hot water & heat. This isn't a permanent bed set-up... it is a make the bed and get in to sleep. LOL
mumkin 05/02/15 11:49pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Sterling RV/GWV 2015 Classic on Promaster

Neverhappy... you should have kept that old Classic Supreme. LOL GWV was purchased by Sterling RV and has moved from Canada to Alabama. Many of the employees also made the move. This is a new floor plan on the longer Promaster. The one on the old website was their first attempt on the shorter platform. Thus far they are experimenting with the possibilities on this new choice for the US market. While this arrangement may not appeal, they are very open to making changes. What all the manufacturers seem to be doing with the Promaster is to try to come up with more affordable conversions. They are well aware that they need to get a new website, and one is supposedly in process.
mumkin 05/01/15 11:29pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
Sterling RV/GWV 2015 Classic on Promaster

Lake Region RV has just put up a short video of the new 2015 Classic on the Promaster. You need to go down the page below the photos. 2015 Sterling Classic Fresh from the factory...
mumkin 05/01/15 11:47am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 2014 L T V Libero

Considering a 2014 Libero. It has a 6.0 Chevy engine and I am wondering if that is adequate for this unit when the van fully loaded. I mean, will the unit do a lot of down shifting on grades when fresh water and gas tanks are full. We currently have a R T 190 Popular and it rarely "hunts". Just looking for a little more room. Also, would like any other comments from owners of these units. Thanking all responders in advance. I've certainly been happy with my Libero. While my gas tank is always half to full, I try to keep my other tanks as empty as possible. I go through the mountains in AZ - put it in tow/haul mode - and while I'm not the first to the top of the steepest, I'm also not the last.
mumkin 03/08/15 11:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: need info on a Class B monaco sprinter corina

Yes, it is definitely a Class C
mumkin 03/05/15 01:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: how long let b sit before starting

My 2004 Ford based GWV wouldn't start if it sat for a week. Ford insisted that there was nothing wrong with the battery and wouldn't cover it under the warranty. My current Chevy will start up with no problem even after sitting for a month. So YMMV... and few around with much experience with the Promaster. Perhaps on the Promaster Forum? Personally I would get a battery disconnect put directly on the battery. That is what I had to do with my Ford and it worked like a charm. It was one of these: battery disconnect switch
mumkin 02/20/15 10:41pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Pleasure-Way ProMaster Lexor $98,788.00

I am surprised that the front seats do not swivel. I believe that Roadtrek and Winnie are using swivel seats. There is an aftermarket available if PW doesn't switch over..
mumkin 02/16/15 06:43pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Floorplan like the Unity U24MB

You will not find anything similar in a Class B. The Unity is a Class C (LTV has it incorrectly labeled). I do believe that there are some cheaper manufacturers who have done a knock-off. So, you should try asking this question in that section.
mumkin 02/16/15 06:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fitted black out shades for Econolines?

Not all the Canadian rigs, as LTV uses good window coverings. But, these days, they don't produce any B's as their small C's are too popular for them to keep up with the orders.
mumkin 02/15/15 09:54pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Fitted black out shades for Econolines?

Something like these? easy curtain
mumkin 02/14/15 08:59pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Looking for Guidance/thoughts on a Class B.

Check out the Sportsmobile website. They help people sell their rigs or sell those they take in trade when buying a new rig from them. They are listed on the "Pre-owned" link in the upper right corner of the homepage. Sportsmobile They could also make changes for you to make the rig fit your wants and needs more closely.
mumkin 02/10/15 11:10pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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