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RE: Has anyone had a run in with any WILD animals?

This didnt happen to us, but the camper next to us put his cooler under the awning of his trailer ( this campground specifically tells you NOT to do that as it is in bear country. Well we heard a ruckus one morning very early and sat up and watched a bear rip the awning right off that trailer!
suprz 04/25/15 07:47pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Bye Bye Popup

Got rid of our pop up in 59. Never liked setting it up and tear down For me, it was just a metter of my back not liking the set up and tear down.. But she was a good ol pop up. Someone will get a good deal when they buy her
suprz 04/25/15 07:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

Brought her home and immediately took out the old CRT television and replaced it with a 32inch led TV and put a second one in the bedroom. Just getting rid of that old tv probably got rid of 50 pounds!
suprz 04/25/15 07:07pm Class C Motorhomes
Finally brought her home

Picked up our N2U class C today, wqasnt as scary to drive as i had imagined. The only issue so far was when i got home there was a STRONG smell of propane coming from under the coach and upon inspection, i found that when they filled the propane tank the bleed valve was not tightened and it was coming from there, i finger tightened it, but could still catch some odor so i called the dealer up and the rep told me to come back and they would check it. I pulled in and the mechanic was waiting for me! He tightened the bleed valve and did another leak test and used the soapy water etc... And all is now well. We spent the rest of the afternoon in camp "front yard" and got rid of the old tube style TV ( that thing was Heavy!!!) and replaced it with a 32inch led and another one for the bedroom. I do have a question, is there a way to shut off the stock ford radio display other than using the master switch to the entire coach? Mine is constantly on unless i shut off the master switch.
suprz 04/25/15 06:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Leveling class C

First of all I found that if you place a bulls eye level on the counsel between the front seats WHEN you pull in, that will assist you in finding the most level spot that is on the site before you even get out of the RV! http://i43.tinypic.com/25qdpqu.jpg After using this method I found that most times it totally eliminated having to use levelers under the tires!! I started out using the Lynx honey come levelers. But they crack. Especially in sand they just crack right up when you pull up on them. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41gcEmamlsL._SX355SX355_SY295_CR,0,0,355,295_PIbundle-10,TopRight,0,0_SX355_SY295_CR,0,0,355,295_SH20_.jpg height=125 width=150 After buying my third set of those I switched to the solid ones. Still using the same ones. I don't have one set of the yellow blocks, I will get a second set. I like the bullseye levels. I was thinking about getting one and at least setting it on the floor in front of the fridge to get an initial reading when first pulling into a spot. Then moving it to another spot etc... I like not having to get out of the drivers seat to get a reading also. So..I'm thinking one on the doghouse is a good idea too. With a 31 ft coach, I know that the off level will multiply the further from the true level I go https://images3.campingworld.com/CampingWorld/images/products/20000/325x325/24733nblockbag.jpg height=150 width=150 And btw you will need to buy 2 sets.
suprz 04/25/15 05:52am Class C Motorhomes
Leveling class C

My coach doesnt have leveling jacks and i was wondering what you use to tell you when the coach is level. ( stick level on the floor of the rv, etc...) also if you use the stick on bubble levels, where did you place them? I wqill be using either leveling blocks or boards to get the coach level... Thx!
suprz 04/24/15 05:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: putting a cover over the roof

I suspect he means TPO. Yes, sorry. TPO
suprz 04/21/15 04:32pm Tech Issues
putting a cover over the roof

I believe my 2007 Jayco greyhawk has a TOO roof membrane. I was wondering if I can put a tarp over it while it is parked between trips
suprz 04/21/15 02:57pm Tech Issues
KOA app for android

I just downloaded the app and I was wondering if anyone else has any real life experiences using it. It looks really handy for the quick overnight stays . I'm thinking I might be using the app a lot on a upcoming trip
suprz 04/20/15 12:45pm Roads and Routes
RE: Rhode island to niagra falls

From RI I would take I90 west not east. Oops..... My bad! :S
suprz 04/19/15 07:52pm Roads and Routes
Rhode island to niagra falls

We are planning a trip for later this year to mt rushmore, we would be taking I90 east and would like to stop on the first day at niagra falls and then be on our way the next morning. Looking for tips and insights on how to best go about this. Looking for the closest campground to the falls for an overnight stay and if wwe can drive to the US side of the falls in the RV
suprz 04/19/15 05:45pm Roads and Routes
Question on shower mod

We are picking up our new to us class motorhome next week and we wanted to purchase a in shower shampoo, conditioner, shower gell dispenser. There are lots to choose from but it is hard to tell how big they are and how good they work so... I figured i would ask you guys and see which ones you use and if they are big , small etc.... Thanks!
suprz 04/18/15 05:54am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: New Class C owner here!

Have date codes on tires checked. If any are over 5 years old they may be ready to blow just from sitting, regardless of appearance or tread depth. Have your brake fluid flushed and replaced and brakes serviced as needed. Have engine cooling system checked including water pump and all belts and hoses. Safety first! X2 Smart idea Don Thanks for the info This dealer has a 4 page (front and back) check list that the techs have to follow and "replace, check, service, grease, wash, etc...) then they sign off on it, and then their shop manager signs off on it before i can pick it up. I get a copy of it when we pick it up. It even shows that they drive the rv no less than 10 miles to,perform a "squeak and rattle" test. And that they try and correct any squeaks of rattles that they possibly can. They change the engine oil and filter and air filter, one really nice thing about this dealer is that in their policies it states in big red letters that if ANYTHING goes wrong with the rv within the first 30 days that they will fix, repair , or replace it, completely free of charge. This deaaler has been in business over 65 years i believe I forgot to mention, it has brand new tires. The previous owner brought it in for tires and while it was there he decided to trade it in and get a class A. But i will still check the date codes, i know how tires can sit around before they are sold
suprz 04/18/15 05:29am Class C Motorhomes
RE: New Class C owner here!

Congrats. Very smart way to buy... Slightly used saves you a ton of money. After you fill up the first time and see that you're getting only 7 mpg keep in mind that the rest of us on the forum allways get 20 mpg... Honest! I understand what you mean. ??. But we have been doing our research and budgeting our finances for the last 7 years to purchase a class c. So even though we wont be getting "exactly" 20 miles to the gallon, We will just accept whatever we get. LOL. We have a trip to Mt Rushmore planned this year, and even with gas campground fees etc.. It is still cheaper than flying and renting a hotel room! And then there are the beautiful sites to see while driving.....
suprz 04/16/15 06:23pm Class C Motorhomes
New Class C owner here!

We pick up our "new 2 us". 2006 Jayco Greyhawk 31ss next week!!! :B
suprz 04/15/15 06:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: RV Buying Shows on Cable TV

Last night some guy shows up in a lamborghini to buy a motorhome..... Yeah, the price just went up 100 grand on that unit! God, are these the people that are buying RV's these days??.... ugh.... Makes me sad
suprz 08/18/14 12:03pm Class C Motorhomes
Jayvo and winnebago slide mechanism question

On the Jayco class C motorhomes, they use a power gear slide mechanism right? does winnebago?
suprz 08/03/14 07:11am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mid Life Crisis Or Just Ready To Live?

One key word I keep hearing you say is "bankrupt" that will most definitely put a mark on any.credit you may have, and believe me, buying an RV is expensive. Even if used, so if you are looking at any kind of financing PLEASE get your credit score/finances in order way ahead of time!
suprz 08/01/14 10:17am Full-time RVing
RE: What Was Your Most Valuable Lesson Here?

Everyone has an opinion, good or bad
suprz 08/01/14 07:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Honda Generator Pricing EU2000i

I looked into.alot of.generators... After calling.the customer.service.depts on the.chinese gens and telling them I needed service, parts etc.... I will gladly.pay for a honda or yamaha. They are the quietest, and they have the repair and parts facilities pretty much.everywhere you might.travel
suprz 07/30/14 12:15pm General RVing Issues
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