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RE: Tow dolly without brakes

It occurs to me to wonder: Can the Lincoln MKX be towed on a dolly? If it is front wheel drive, probably yes. If it is AWD, probably no, unless the rear driveshaft is disconnected. If it is rear wheel drive, quite possibly no, unless the driveshaft is disconnected. OP, you need to read the Owners Manual to find out! Good luck. That's what I was wondering too. Could look it up on Remco but there is no year stated for the Lincoln.
ArchHoagland 12/12/17 10:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: will be leaving this forum

How are you going to open that ceiling vent that's 8 feet up in the air? Never had a fifth wheel but have looked at several and I always wonder who the heck put that up where no one can reach it.
ArchHoagland 12/12/17 10:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do I Really Need A Brake Buddy

If your toad detaches at 65 mph on the freeway your Brake Buddy will stop it. That's good enough reason for me.
ArchHoagland 12/10/17 10:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I am stumped

I have never heard of a neutral tow LED light. Is that some unique to a Ford Sport Trac?
ArchHoagland 12/07/17 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need windshield in Fresno area

Call Gary at Central Valley RV Repair 559-255-6188. Ask if they do it or who they suggest. I think they are great and very honest. Just south of the airport. Interesting. I didn't see this post until 6:45pm tonight. Earlier today I called my Workhorse dealer, Bud Eberwein Brakes in Fresno and Zarkas recommended Central Valley RV Repair in Fresno. Called and talked to Mark who will order the windshield tomorrow after I give him the information printed on the glass. Thanks for the help and I'll let you all know how the whole thing works out.
ArchHoagland 12/05/17 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need windshield in Fresno area

Call the insurance company. They will be able to recommend who they use for this kind of work and most likely have them come to you. That's what i did initially and they sent Safelite to my house but the repair failed. I was hoping to hear from somebody who has actually used one of the places around here for repair. There is one place I definitely won't use. Today I will be calling a few of the RV repair places I've used in the past and see what they recommend and also contact CSAA and tell them the repair didn't work. I'll see who they recommend. Once it's repaired I'll report back for sure.
ArchHoagland 12/05/17 10:29am Class A Motorhomes
Need windshield in Fresno area

I need a new driver's side windshield and wonder if anyone has a recommendation for a good place to have it done in the Fresno area. Or any place to stay away from. It all started out with a chip that caused a star pattern about the size of a quarter. CSAA sent Safelite out and during the process of trying to repair the problem it grew worse as they suggested it might. Now I have a 13 inch crack and need to have it replaced. Safelite doesn't replace windshields on class A motorhomes and had no recommendations of where to take it. Thought that was a little strange. My insurance will cover it with a $50 deductable. Had the passenger side done in 2005 while on a trip to the east coast. $850 but the insurance covered it. So...any suggestions for a place to get it repaired?
ArchHoagland 12/05/17 12:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does anyone know LondonJack or JackLondon?

I'm sorry to hear of your loss.
ArchHoagland 12/03/17 08:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: winnebago 2002 adventurer (30y)

josslund said: "I recently upgraded from two 12v to four six volt in series under the step" If you wire four six volt batteries in series you will have 24 volts across them.
ArchHoagland 11/23/17 10:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Poopy Paper Problem

Rotate dumper duty. Every week a different person is responsible for dumping the black tank. If you are the person that has to clean it you are going to be a little more conservative on the amount of paper you use. Also issue each person a designated amount of toilet paper...use too much of it and you have a REAL problem.
ArchHoagland 11/22/17 09:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: over the air antennae maintenance

While you are on the roof check all the areas that have caulking on them and make sure there are no cracks in the caulk.
ArchHoagland 11/15/17 11:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison will not go in gear

Keep us posted.
ArchHoagland 11/13/17 10:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 8.1 Workhorse exhaust bolt broken

Let us know how it goes. Workhorse dealer tried drilling out one of my broken bolts and wound up replacing the head after drilling through a water jacket. I'm going with aftermarket headers the next time I have exhaust manifold problems. Been through manifold problems twice now.
ArchHoagland 11/13/17 10:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you like your electric toilet

Don't have an electric toilet but I've wondered what people do if their power goes out completely including their batteries?
ArchHoagland 11/13/17 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Geweke Auto and RV Collision CenterĀ 

Do you know if they do windshields? Got a lot of chips on mine but last week one hit pretty hard and it has about 6 starline cracks going out, about the diameter of a half dollar. Don't mind chips but the starlines worry me as I think they'll spread. Insurance will cover it but I don't want some hack changing out my windshield.
ArchHoagland 11/13/17 10:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chevy 8.1 Engine Issues Again!

Had a similair problem which was intermittent at first and then pretty frequent. Common wisdom on here said fuel filter. Had it changed $150. No help. Next common wisdom said O2 sensor. Changed myself $100. No help. Research suggested cleaning the MAF. Problem solved. A can of MAF cleaner is $10.
ArchHoagland 11/06/17 07:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chevy 8.1 Engine Issues Again!

SeaFoam is 50% oil. Don't use it with engines that have O2 sensors. Use something with PEA in it like Chevron Techron if you want something that is a fuel injector cleaner. Hmmm. I put five cans of Seafoam in my tank once a year before a long trip. I use it in both my cars. All of them have O2 sensors. Could you explain why you think that's a bad idea as I've never had a problem?
ArchHoagland 11/05/17 10:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chevy 8.1 Engine Issues Again!

Did you get a check engine light and, if so, what was it? I don't think it is a gas issue.
ArchHoagland 11/05/17 09:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressure (temperature) increase while driving

WoodIsGood....I have the solution everyone has overlooked... You need to fill your tires with Nitrogen!!! As opposed to DRY air? WHY?? Threw that in because the nitrogen lovers all claim it will make your tires run cooler.
ArchHoagland 11/04/17 03:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressure (temperature) increase while driving

WoodIsGood....I have the solution everyone has overlooked... You need to fill your tires with Nitrogen!!!
ArchHoagland 11/03/17 11:55pm Class A Motorhomes
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