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RE: New Blinds For Motorhome, Whats Best

I upgraded to MCD Duo last year and the DW is happy, so I am happy as well. A bit expensive, but worth the extra. Great customer support and documentation. Did the install myself and it was straight forward. I installed a total of 7 and all 7 were different sizes. The mcd order form makes it easy and organized.
tomgagne 01/23/15 04:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bucket List trip

I can't remember a bad camping trip! Even when we broke down we made memories that continue to make us smile today. Good luck to pop and his grandson
tomgagne 11/09/14 06:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fuel tank capacity Monaco Cayman 2003 Diesel

I have a diplomat with 100 gallon tank, the most I've ever put in was 75 gallons and I wouldn't take it any lower. No need to risk running out of fuel. I know my mpg so I fill around 500 miles
tomgagne 11/09/14 05:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: onan rv qd 10000

If it's like the 7500' then all the filter part numbers are identified on the panel next to the start switch on the generator
tomgagne 10/05/14 05:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 99 HR endeavor with cummins ISB fuel leak

I just had a similar problem on an 2001 isc, resulting in a 900 tow and 1700 repair, 2 fuel lines damaged and a bad fitting on the caps pump. Somehow they were able to rebuild a fitting with a tig weld and grind. 700 parts 1000 labor. Several banjo bolts and something called a sup tbe. Not a lot of room to work and hard to see, coolant lines to the compressor in the way as well Good luck
tomgagne 09/17/14 06:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: People with good Sam roadside assistance

Thanks for the feedback and varying opinions. The provider and the tow are from the same company, GSRA offered the mechanic while I was on the phone with them. Btw The tow/repair company has been fantastic. I have the latest brochure for the service,it's on the web site, I don't see where it's states one or the other. The mechanic quickly determined that he couldn't fix it, I called GSRA back, and since I was in a "safe place" they wouldn't authorize the tow. Again thanks everyone, I think the general expectation and the interpretation of services provided in the member benefit brochure is flawed at best. And yes don't ever accept the offer of a mechanic unless you're a mechanic and you tell them what to bring.
tomgagne 09/03/14 03:59am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
People with good Sam roadside assistance

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tomgagne 09/02/14 06:20pm Class A Motorhomes
People with good Sam roadside assistance

I am looking for input from people with good Sam roadside assistance. I will keep this brief and only cover the relevant points. I broke down this weekend and was lucky enough to make it to a camp ground. I called good Sam and they dispatched a mobile mechanic, Mechanic arrived and determined he could not fix my coach and it needed to be towed (same company tows) to his companies shop. Who do you expect to pay for the tow? Again I'm only looking for those of you with good Sam roadside assistance and if you were in the same situation who would you expect to pay for the tow.
tomgagne 09/02/14 06:20pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
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