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RE: Fuze identification on 2000 Coachmen on Ford chassis?

You need a Ford Chassis manual.
n7bsn 08/28/15 01:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Picking out a 5th

What's your max GVW for the 2500? Does it have enough cargo rating so that the pin weight of the trailer does not exceed the capability of the truck?
n7bsn 08/27/15 09:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your thoughts on Transporter Tires?

Cheaper tires usually mean... well "cheaper" I went to Carlisle Radial Trails last week, most expensive tire Discount Tire stocks in my size. Only eight miles to date, so.....
n7bsn 08/27/15 07:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Replacing WFCO 65amp converter

I've really liked the Progressive (with charge wizard) I've had in the last two rigs, totaling over 10 years of use.
n7bsn 08/27/15 06:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Trailing behind 5th wheel

Check it out but in a lot of cases if towing an extra trailer behind your 5th wheel is legal in the state where it is registered, it is legal to do it in a state that does not normally allow it. Reciprocity applies to driver licenses, not the "rules of the road." I have to conform to the traffic laws of any state I'm traveling through - including speed limits, maximum lengths, double-towing, etc. Maybe you'll get away with it, but maybe you won't. If you do, it's a matter of courtesy or luck..... Rusty Rusty is correct. Reciprocity does not apply to "safety" issues, like double towing or motorcycle helmets.
n7bsn 08/27/15 01:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires

I'd never heard of them, and no major chain sells them (a telling point) Consumer Reports lists them as "no bargain" link I ended up with another "no-name" tire when I had to replace a tire in a small town. It's now the "spare" that I hope to never use. I consider an early replacement.
n7bsn 08/25/15 10:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best PDI Checklist to take to Dealership?

Also don't accept it until it's all fixed and ready. Yes it might be a pain, but better then waiting 2 months to get it maybe fixed.
n7bsn 08/25/15 10:50am Travel Trailers
RE: First Post - Walked out on slimy dealer

There are Dealerships and Stealerships. Sounds like you started with the later and ended up at former.
n7bsn 08/24/15 09:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: I-405 Washington State

Just do it. You should be OK but you can never predict traffic conditions in the greater Seattle area. Typically, that should be a good time window to transit from I-5 at Lynnwood to I-90 at Bellevue. What he said.
n7bsn 08/24/15 08:10pm Roads and Routes
RE: Need assistance for Ford 460 problem.

I don't think there is a OBD port on an 1989/1988 model I don't remember that chassis's fuel filter location. If it's"in the tank", I would replace the Fuel Filter, Fuel Pump, and tank level sensor. Hopefully then you will never have to drop the tank again.
n7bsn 08/24/15 07:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ID truck found on 4WD road

Yup Cornbinder....
n7bsn 08/24/15 06:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Who makes campers without slides? Saw Jayco 26BH. 25'+?

Jayco are very much average, not terrible, not the best. But then they don't cost like the best either. In that size, not a lot of models don't have slides though.
n7bsn 08/24/15 06:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: SuperGlide Hitch

.. You will get some positive reviews from the ones that have the Andersen on this forum, they seem to love them. You will also get some negative responses from some on here that have never owned or towed with a Andersen. Actually I've seen negative reviews, by owner and former owners of Anderson Hitches That being said, if I was putting a hitch in a truck, I would look at theirs.
n7bsn 08/24/15 01:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: SuperGlide Hitch

I have a Superglide and they do work as advertised. Besides the hitch/un-hitch angle issue, which has yet to be a problem for me, but I have avoided getting into situation where I could have used it. With older hitches, I did sometimes hitch/un-hitch at as sharp as 90. One other thing is the capture plate that you must have on your king-pin box. The biggest problem with this is that no-one can move your 5er for you. Maybe not even your dealer (if they lack an adapter). Yes you can talk the capture plate off (unless it is welded on). But bolts and nuts rust....
n7bsn 08/24/15 01:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Terry Quantum or Forest River Wild Cat 5thwheels

Actually at ~10 years old, how well either was made is less important then how well they were maintained.
n7bsn 08/24/15 09:14am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire speed ratings

Carlisle Radial Trail RH Trailer in the size I use (235-80R16) have a speed rating of "L" ie 75 mph
n7bsn 08/23/15 09:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pine sap removal from rubber roof on slide out

All of my standard "easy" ways involve things you shouldn't used on EDPM A mild detergent and a soft brush.
n7bsn 08/22/15 10:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Parallel then series, or the other way around?

. X2 The two drawings are electrically the same for all PRACTICAL purposes at the current levels we draw in an RV. Correct!
n7bsn 08/22/15 10:49am Tech Issues
RE: Parallel then series, or the other way around?

... Good luck with that. Doesn't Norton's Theorem just simplify any circuit containing resistance and a voltage source to an equivalent circuit Correct!
n7bsn 08/22/15 10:49am Tech Issues
RE: Parallel then series, or the other way around?

Depends on what you consider "out of balance". Do both supply 12 volt power? Yes However, will both draw equally from BOTH sets of batteries, having equal lengths of wire? NO The second is slightly better, as it pulls equally from both sets, thus "in balance". Please explain your theory using Norton's Theorem
n7bsn 08/22/15 08:56am Tech Issues
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