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RE: Tire Temperatures

I shoot my tires every time I stop. At least 300 times by now. What I look for is a difference of temperature between them. Many things play a part on tire temperature including sun, wind, exhaust and, of course, the tire pressure itself. A tire that runs hotter than the others by 10 to 15 degrees will get my attention and I'll monitor that tire every day in the morning before hitting the road. You will develop a feel for the temps after several trips. It's good exercise and gives you a chance to do a visual of your RV during the walk around.
ArchHoagland 01/19/15 11:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tips for reducing set-up time?

JohnBoyToo said: "Early on, I offered suggestions on how 'her part' could be done more 'efficiently' - THAT was the worst kind of help I could offer and only happened once" Amen!!!!! HydroGeo...... I think your husband, with a little practice, could stretch that setup time out to two hours if he really put his mind to it.
ArchHoagland 01/15/15 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Tires on Wednesday

artillery6.....I'm curious what they set the tire pressure at. Had some new tires put on a couple years or so ago and they set them to 110 lb. By the Michelin weight chart mine should have been set to 90lb but I decided to leave them at that pressure for a 200 mile trip just to see what would happen. Beat me to death!
ArchHoagland 01/15/15 04:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front plastic peeled off

kdk said ""Orange Squeeze" air freshener from a company called California Scents" I'm gonna give that a try on glue left from "Gorilla Tape" We used to use women's hair spray to remove ink from computer printers in the old days.
ArchHoagland 01/15/15 04:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storage bay lights don't go out

The pin switches provide a ground connection for the compartment lights. Your new wiring may now provide that ground. That was my exact thought.
ArchHoagland 01/12/15 09:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Choice

Not only are you a first time buyer....you must be a newlywed too. Buy the Georgetown.
ArchHoagland 01/04/15 03:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: K.I.S.S.

When I get my tank filled I watch what the person is doing so I don't have a problem later on.
ArchHoagland 12/29/14 04:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: furnace runs but little air from vents

Was it doing this BEFORE you got your "newish" furnace installed or did the problem began afterwards? There is most likely a conection. X2
ArchHoagland 12/27/14 11:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Outside Porch Light

Have you looked at Camping World? I just replaced mine last month...it had melted.
ArchHoagland 12/25/14 11:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any experience towing a Miata?

What year and type of transmission?
ArchHoagland 12/18/14 04:18pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Pulled the trigger

Do what I did and move to California. I grew up in Williamsport.
ArchHoagland 12/14/14 09:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: flat towing 2009 Nisian morano all wheel drive

We were going to buy a Murano until I discovered you have to use a trailer. It has a Continuously Variable Transmission and can't be towed.
ArchHoagland 12/14/14 09:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now where do we go?

How ironic, we were there about two weeks ago as well. Here's what I saw. My wife and walked from the RV park to Antoines for dinner on Friday evening. That's prime time in NOLA. After dinner, we walked along Bourbon Street and the surrounding areas. It was as chaotic as I've ever seen. There were certainly what appeared to be gangs or groups of organized people scattered about but there were police at every corner. In fact, I've never seen so many police in one place. We elected to take a cab back to the RV park. I normally visit NOLA in the summer where the smell of rotting garbage, cigarette smoke, urine and odors not worthy of mention are virtually unbearable, but when I visited a couple of weeks ago, the smells were not very strong. I'd say if you you like to drink, jazz music, or cheesy sex shows, you have to visit. Also, if you simply like people watching and nightlife, that's the place to go. I also agree with the other poster who said to take a cab back to the RV park. I enjoyed our visit and hope you don't let the risk scare you away. I was in Ft Lauderdale two weeks ago. We were stopped at a traffic light and a pan handler started banging on our windows and shouting at us. First time I've ever seen this happen anywhere. I wish there were police on corners in Ft Lauderdale. So it goes to show you this stuff goes on everywhere.
ArchHoagland 12/12/14 08:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now where do we go?

We have been at the French Quarter RV park four times. We heard all the stories and never had a problem. I wouldn't hesitate to go there again.
ArchHoagland 12/11/14 10:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Blowout!

So have you checked with your insurance company to see if they will cover any of the damages?
ArchHoagland 12/08/14 05:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Orlando and South After Christmas

You may want to call some of the RV parks in the areas you are considering. My experience around Ft Lauderdale a couple years ago in January was that snowbirds had filled up all the parks. We just now spent two weeks in Ft Lauderdale and were impressed by their driving skills in that area...... You'll see what I mean.
ArchHoagland 12/06/14 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Blowout!

Had an inside dual blow out last year. $2,000 to put on a new tire and tow it to a dealer. $10,000 to repair all the house wiring that got wrapped around the axle and had been ripped out of main control panel. AAA paid for the whole thing so I was a happy camper. Have you contacted your insurance company?
ArchHoagland 12/06/14 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks California coast

We stayed here. This is a nice park, near Legoland where we took our grandson this past summer. It's about a five minute walk to the ocean. You will need to make reservations soon.
ArchHoagland 11/20/14 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bypass Phoenix from Flagstaff to Palm Springs

I would bypass Phoenix completely by going to Kingman then to Palm Springs. X4. Just ran down 95 last week. Two lane but things move along pretty good.
ArchHoagland 11/18/14 07:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

Came through Baton Rouge today, Friday, at 4pm. Took an hour and a half from the west side to the east, never got out of first gear. Planned on hitting it at 1pm but my coach had an electrical issue, wouldn't start, and we got delayed for two hours this morning. Great fun.... Staying at Lakeside RV Park in Livingston tonight and hoping the coach starts tomorrow.
ArchHoagland 11/14/14 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
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