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RE: Interesting Insurance issue I just discovered-Progressive

My 2 cents. I would go with the ACV and apply the premium difference to the RV loan.
workhardplayharder 07/20/14 09:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford 2600 lb chassis

Your salesman lied What? That would never happen. They are highly regulated and have a strict code of ethics.
workhardplayharder 07/20/14 08:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Destruction Derby

Next week they will be posting here complaining their extended warranty doesn't cover their RV.
workhardplayharder 07/17/14 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Using two surge protectors

Do the both have delayed restarts? if so you will have double the restart time.
workhardplayharder 07/05/14 05:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: afraid of thunder

Our girl has issues with fireworks. We have had great success with a product called Bachflower. They are herbal supplements available at health food stores. You look up the issues (anxiety, stress, fears) and use the supplement to help it. We put the drops in her water everyday and put the drops directly on a treat for immediate needs. We have seen vast improvements. Beware you can go to specialty shops and pay big $$$. We found them at NeutritionSmart and mixed them myself and saved some bucks.
workhardplayharder 06/18/14 09:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: Determine “Fair Market Value” for a DP

I don't know if this helps. Mine (2012 gas) had a NADA value at about $77k. I was offered $50k from a wholesale dealer. I ended up working a deal with the bank to send it to their auction where it sold for $57k. Edit- I attempted to sell on several websites on my own with price starting at $59 ad as low as $55 without success.
workhardplayharder 06/16/14 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New RV? CAMI = "Cool Amphibious Manufacturers International"

Probably handles like an RV in the water and a Boat on land.
workhardplayharder 06/16/14 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A firearm for my B

I bought a bunch of these at Harbor Freight: http://www.harborfreight.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/i/m/image_17529.jpg width=440 I keep one in each vehicle and one in my pocket when hiking. This is just capsacium pepper spray, not mace or other chemical. I'm not a gun guy either, and this all I need to feel protected. It's a small cannister, I'm not sure of the quantity that you would need to stop a bear. A bear will laugh at that little canister.You need one of these.
workhardplayharder 06/13/14 08:59am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: A firearm for my B

The best advice when dealing with bears. http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n607/conpat/bearsign_zps335057a9.jpg height=400 width=600
workhardplayharder 06/13/14 08:57am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Gas grill question

Purchased the parts at Tractor Supply. If you are handy you can do it yourself. If not I am sure someone at your local RV shop or gas supplier can help you out. When setting up make sure the gas only goes through one regulator. http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n607/conpat/18DFC59C-2CA6-4B78-AB11-C078F7B3B714-7760-000007146176752A_zps5876a314.jpg height=600 width=800 http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n607/conpat/A2841B45-06B0-4079-8B73-1DDB9AC41B25-7760-000007145C4470F9_zpsaa18e722.jpg height=600 width=800
workhardplayharder 06/13/14 08:50am General RVing Issues
RE: 26' Gasser Fuel Mileage?

I get 15 on week days, 20 on Saturdays and with enough praying 22 on Sundays.:B
workhardplayharder 06/10/14 08:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cleaning Black water tank

It's a tank to hold poo. It is not suppose to be "clean". If it is functioning correctly and you don't have odors you are ok. If you want to do something instead of putting a few gallons of water in put a few bags of ice in it and drive it.
workhardplayharder 06/10/14 08:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel Mileage

If you are selling one the answer is 10-12 If you are buying one the answer is 5-7 If you are using one the answer is 7-9
workhardplayharder 06/07/14 02:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trek vs. Police cars

Deceptive advertising from Trek. That thig isn't much of a "Pathmaker"
workhardplayharder 06/04/14 06:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: oil cap

I would think any auto part store. Are you having trouble finding one? Just ask for the "710" cap
workhardplayharder 06/04/14 05:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class C MPG

If you are selling one the answer is 10-12 If you are buying one the answer is 5-7 If you are using one the answer is 7-9
workhardplayharder 06/04/14 08:35am Class C Motorhomes
RE: My Thoughts on the Palazzo

It is hard to find an RV with quality. I just sent mine to auction. If I ever buy another RV I will buy old and refurbish/restore or build one from the chassis up. I will never spend my hard earned money on the garbage that leaves the factory of just about any manufacturer.
workhardplayharder 06/02/14 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to drive a MotorHome video?

one more
workhardplayharder 06/01/14 03:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Update on both A/C'S not working

since it was made the cap tube has been laying right against the compressor and has rubbed a hole it. Now it has lost all refrigerant. ..:h..You mean a hole in the compressor? Very unlikely. There is no freon in a capacitor so guess I fail to understand.Ever hear of a capillary tube? That is the problem with using abbreviations without punctuation.
workhardplayharder 06/01/14 03:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: My Thoughts on the Palazzo

I got lost watching the vid...the first 5 mins or so was about a screw....who cares?..get a small piece of wood, nail or glue it in place and get on with it. I know you had issues with the last one, (you never saw it's replacement) and the slide issue was a valid argument. That said, IMHO, Thor, and IIRC, Camping World, stepped up to the plate and replaced the coach. I'm not sure any other mfg would have done that. Yes, it probably took the tech longer to find the tape and put it on the screw than it would have been to find a small block of wood and do it right, but while you spent a bunch of money on a coach, IMHO, at that price point you're going to get things like that. High quality techs cost more, which raises the price of the end product. Fords are cheaper than Lamborghinis. Fix it yourself, move on and enjoy what time you have left on this earth....Dennis I've owned Fords since I've been old enough to suck my thumb. I have never had as many problems with Ford's as I have with Thor. IMHO, it is a disgrace to put what they have put on a Freight liner Chassis. One big difference is a car or truck is built on an automated assembly line with parts that are put together with very tight tolerances. RV's are not built that way. I feel your pain. I went through a lot of problems with mine. Some were fixed by the dealer in a long drawn out process. Many times I would find the dealer either did a poor job making the repair or made more problems while fixing the original problem. In the end I fixed the remaining problems myself. When you are posting about your RV, talking to the manufacturer or putting videos on youtube you have to keep emotions out of it. I know it is hard with the $$$$ you have into your RV but you have to do it. Fix everything and get out and start having some positive experiences with your beautiful motor home.
workhardplayharder 06/01/14 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
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