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RE: Fueling at truck stops

There are lots of trucks stops that provide gas islands for RV's That is true plus many fueling stations are easily accessible if you stick with the outside islands. As mentioned, look things over and you will find plenty of places that you can get in to and out of without any hassle. The trick is NOT to wait until your tank is almost empty and your choices are limited. When you get down to a 1/4 tank, don't pass up any station that has easy access. We frequently find lower fuel prices away from the interstate truck stops, even with the Flying-J discount.
rgatijnet1 12/03/16 06:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should we turn off the water?

As we found out at our vacation home in Tennessee, be sure to drain the toilet trap or put in RV anti-freeze to keep it from freezing and breaking the porcelain, IF you do not keep some type of heat on. We did drain the upper tank but forgot about the trap. When we got back to the cabin a few months later, the toilet had fallen over on it side when the trap froze.
rgatijnet1 12/01/16 10:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should we turn off the water?

We live in Florida and we always turn the water off when we are leaving for a trip. Not concerned about freezing but about water leaks from failed joints/hoses, etc. We also turn off power to the water heater and some other items.
rgatijnet1 12/01/16 08:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Itasca Sunstar 27n

These are the lights I used. They are sealed and waterproof so if they sit in water, it won't hurt the connections or leak, as long as the base and wire penetrations are sealed. Mine were set in a bed of urethane caulking. 12 LED sealed electronics clearance lights Be sure that you get the ones with TWO wire input.
rgatijnet1 12/01/16 08:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Itasca Sunstar 27n

I had problems with the clearance lights leaking from the INSIDE. Even tho the base was sealed around the edges, water would get under the lens and leak in to the coach. I switched to SEALED LED clearance lights, of the same size, and that solved the problem. These lights are primarily used on boat trailers and do not have a removable lens to leak. Once the base is sealed, problem was solved and they have now lasted for several years. The plus is that they are also brighter than the original incandescent bulb clearance lights.
rgatijnet1 12/01/16 07:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Mileage

6-8 MPG on most roads. Down to 4MPG on steeper mountain roads.
rgatijnet1 11/30/16 02:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When To Sell

We stayed at one RV park in Georgia and while we were parked, a really nice DP came in and the young driver set everything up. Pretty soon his wife showed up in their car and dropped of his parents, who actually owned the RV. They were going to stay there for a couple of weeks but they could no longer drive the coach. Talking with the son, he regularly drives the RV to different nearby RV parks and gets everything all set up for his parents to stay in their coach. Sounded like a nice solution to a problem we will all face in the future.
rgatijnet1 11/29/16 01:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Appalachian Mountain WIldfires

Unless it has made it back home, the 747 was deployed to Israel to help with the wild fires there.747 tanker
rgatijnet1 11/29/16 12:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When To Sell

Since there are several places where you can basically list it for sale for free, go ahead and list it now and set your price. If a buyer comes along great. I wish the best for your wife and your next great adventure.
rgatijnet1 11/28/16 05:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Why spotlights on older Class A'?

I've got a two piece light and remote spotlight myself. haven't used it to spot deer yet.;) bumpy Down in Florida a spotlight is legal to use to kill the wild hogs. Basically it is open season on them at any time of year, day or night. I think Texas and some other states also have zero restrictions on hog hunting so perhaps spotlights may make a comeback for RV/hunters. :B
rgatijnet1 11/28/16 07:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sony Monitor XVM-B62

Your monitor has dimensions of 6 1/2" W x 4 1/2" H. The size of the Voyager 7" monitor is 7-3/4"W x 5-1/4"H. This means that if you have room you would have to enlarge the hole slightly to make it fit. It sort of looks like the existing monitor is in a recessed pocket so a new Voyager monitor may sit on top of the recess since it is a little larger in all dimensions.
rgatijnet1 11/27/16 03:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Recalls on the upswing...

Recalls by the NHTSA ONLY involve safety issues that can cause death or injury so more is not better. Other issues like roof leaks or other items that don't work are not covered by recalls.
rgatijnet1 11/26/16 05:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Defective Ultra Leather on Flexsteel Furniture

Any local upholstery shop should be able to handle the redoing of your furniture. It does not have to be an RV shop. They will also give you a more complete choice of fabrics, do it quicker, and probably do a better job than Flexsteel. I do remember that there was a problem with some of the knock-off Ultra leather material, but as mentioned, it is way out of warranty so you are on your own.
rgatijnet1 11/25/16 02:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coach with no slide outs

There is certainly a group of people, even on the Prevost site, that prefer to have 'no slides'. It does take out a cost-element of motors and seals. My understanding is that a Prevost air-seal replacement (maybe Foretravel too if air filled) can cost $5,000 per slide. Sometimes simple is better. MM. My friends Liberty Prevost is a million plus coach with bunk beds for their three kids and no slides. It worked out just fine for their travels. Not sure how it would have worked if the children were teenagers. Then it might have been a little cramped for five people.
rgatijnet1 11/25/16 07:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear camera delay

Try this website to find your manual and see what it says about the delay. RVS camera systems My Voyager system has a menu setting to adjust the delay time. Don't know about RVS system so you need to check what the manual says.
rgatijnet1 11/24/16 11:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from the State of confusion. :B
rgatijnet1 11/24/16 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Transmission

I haven't heard of a transmission burping out fluid since my old cast iron Powerglide GM transmissions. With them there were a few causes but primarily it was because the transmission couldn't vent and it built up pressure and fluid came out the filler tube after you shut things down.. Are you sure that it was not over-filled with fluid? Did you check the two cooler lines on the passenger side going to the radiator for leaks?
rgatijnet1 11/23/16 01:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil change location question ?

Maybe this will help. RV service center reviews in Arizona
rgatijnet1 11/23/16 05:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is quality?????

To me a "quality" built coach is one that performs as it was advertised. In other words, it doesn't matter if it is solid wood cabinets or particle board cabinets, I don't expect the particle board cabinets to fall off of the wall because they are a less expensive cabinet. I can accept a plastic faucet, instead of a solid gold faucet, if it works like it is supposed to work. I don't care if I have the cheapest furnace, AC unit, or water heater, or the most expensive, I expect them all to work as designed. Electrical is electrical and plumbing is plumbing, I don't expect plumbing leaks or electrical problems, regardless of what they are connected to. People know the difference between glitz and basic. They know the difference between leather and vinyl. They know the difference between tile floor and linoleum. What they want is something that works when they drive it off the lot and continues to be trouble free for a period of time. They don't want something that breaks down as soon as they get 500 miles away from the dealer. A manufacturer can save money on materials, and most buyers can deal with that. What buyers shouldn't have to accept is POOR installation of the materials used which result in numerous problems that have nothing to do with the cost of those materials.
rgatijnet1 11/23/16 05:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: ISC Fan Clutch Replacement $4000+ ?

Reliable Diesel might not care about the BB or C of C complaint but if you post your experience on this website, it may protect other RV owners from getting ripped off. RV Service Center reviews I think that Reliable Diesel is out of Rimrock, AZ which is near Cottonwood, AZ.
rgatijnet1 11/22/16 05:14am Class A Motorhomes
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