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RE: Posted Message Not Posted

I had that happen one time on a fairly lengthy post that I lost twice. After that I compose in Notepad or Word, then copy and paste for anything other than a short post. I do the exact same thing. Spend a lot of time writing a reply and it goes the way of wind-up windows.
ArchHoagland 02/21/17 11:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coachmen Mirada 2004 Brake Question ?

Gas or diesel?
ArchHoagland 02/20/17 04:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Car Tow Dollies

The "American Car Dolly" that We have is wide enough for big stuff also. Real fine, steel dolly with a brake kit installed, movable front pallet and nice, removable ramps. I notice it weighs 455 pounds. Is that hard to push around the campground when you need to disconnect it? I've never used a dolly so I'm curious.
ArchHoagland 02/18/17 09:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Car Tow Dollies

Remco Go to this site and enter your information and it will tell you if you can dolly tow it. I suggest going to a place that sells dollies and roll one around the parking lot and on grass. There will be times you need to do this.
ArchHoagland 02/18/17 11:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Streets & trips 2013

Post it. I'm amazed you got it fixed that fast with Microsoft. Good to hear.
ArchHoagland 02/17/17 10:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1994 Ford F53 Transmission Failure

Yeah, transmission needs rebuilt. That is what happened to mine. 5 grand to remove,rebuild and re install. Lifetime warranty as long as we own it. We was 8 miles from campground on a 4th of July weekend. How come nothing ever happens while you are home? 5 grand wasn't too bad of a price. OP...keep us updated on what you find. Doesn't sound good.
ArchHoagland 02/11/17 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Old coach smells

Get an ozone generator. You can get them on Amazon for $70 to $100. This is what motels use to keep their rooms smelling fresh. You can rent them from Home depot. I know for a fact they will remove odors completely.
ArchHoagland 02/07/17 12:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Choosing Extended Warranty

I have the exact same drivetrain and I've put 80,000 on it. I wouldn't buy an extended warranty for it unless they promise to pay for broken exhaust manifold bolt replacement which is the only major problem I had with mine. You need to make sure the brake recall was done, replace the plugs and wires and CLEAN the MAF sensor.
ArchHoagland 02/05/17 05:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing black water tank with freshwater tank.

Have you ever done any composting with excrement? Years ago I did it with dog dodo and it was a long term disaster.
ArchHoagland 02/05/17 12:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Choosing Extended Warranty

OP said: "I've just purchased a 2004 Southwind with about 7000 miles, and plan to use it for long-term travel." Is that 7,000 miles or 70,000 miles? Ford or GM engine?
ArchHoagland 02/04/17 10:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Workhorse Dash Cluster Recall

I'm on my third Actia gauge. Junk.
ArchHoagland 02/04/17 10:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Falken RI150. Another Tire to Consider!

I wouldn't buy any of those Falken tires Any reason why? I know a lot of people who have run Falken automotive tires with good results. I think he is making a joke...
ArchHoagland 01/31/17 06:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help with pc board on basement a/c on 96 Winnebago vectra

Have you tried measuring the resistors with an ohm meter. You need to find out why excessive current was going through them, enough so that they were overheated. I'd suggest a new board as others have mentioned.
ArchHoagland 01/30/17 09:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 V10 radiator hose replacement

Have you replaced the belts?
ArchHoagland 01/29/17 11:52pm Class A Motorhomes

Northwood Trailers I suspect there were none of these trailers at your show because they are made on the west coast. These are well made and it might be worth your time to make a trip out west and pick one up.
ArchHoagland 01/20/17 04:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ok to get on roof?

You said you have an aluminum roof. Are you sure? My 2004 Monaco La Palma is basically the same as your HR and my roof is fiberglass. I've been on my roof probably 80 times over the years with no problems. What engine/transmission do you have? If you just bought this RV there are other things you need to know about it. How to make your signature so we can serve you better: 1. Log on and click "My Preferences". 2. On the "My Preferences" page click the middle box and enter your rig info. 3. Scroll to the bottom and click "Submit Changes" 4. Exit and you're done.
ArchHoagland 01/19/17 01:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DIY film removable from front of MH.

Ivylog...That came out pretty nice. I'll bet you'd pay $150 like rv2go did if you had the chance.
ArchHoagland 01/18/17 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is a visit to Quartzsite worth our time

You need to go one time to be able to say. "Been there done that " I vote yes worth it. I agree. We stayed there a few times in a campground. I wasn't too impressed with the RV stuff for sale in the Big Tent last year.
ArchHoagland 01/14/17 09:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator Power Question - Might be a silly one

I had a 1980 something class C...Mallard I think...and you had to plug the cord from the generator into a receptacle by the generator. But we need more information about the year, make and model. It's possible the breakers on the generator are open which would cause a no power situation too.
ArchHoagland 01/12/17 11:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tradewinds in hospital.

Took my Motorhome in for a smog check last month. $2,000 later I picked it up. Turns out all my rotors were cracked so I had a complete brake job done. I've got 80,000 miles on it now so it was about time. Stops quicker now! So, yes, it's true, misery enjoys company. WHOA, $2,000 for a brake job! I'm in the wrong business. I'm curious what parts/labor hours they put into that job.... Just sounds like an awful lot of $ for a brake job. That was including smog check and rear seals that were leaking, etc.
ArchHoagland 01/06/17 04:08pm Class A Motorhomes
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