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RE: Winnie Questions

Mike, I'm on my 3rd Winnebago, I currently own a 2004 35-U which, I've had extremely good luck with. The Winnebago years that you picked out are very solid years and I wouldn't hesitate buying one! Winnebago DP RV's from 2004 to 2008 have good craftsmanship combined with a CAT engine and Allison transmission are hard to beat for reliability. What I've been reading and hearing about newer Winnebagos if I was buying new I would choose to buy a Newmar and your hearing that from a Winnebago guy. JMHO, Good Luck with your new coach whatever you decide to buy!
J-Rooster 10/22/16 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Pressure Loss

George, I did that one time when I first was learning to drive Semis back in the 60's. I don't run a TPMS but, I have a tire hammer (old school habit, now retired) and, I thump on the RV tires every time I get out of the RV. Sorry to hear about your misfortune!
J-Rooster 10/22/16 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: adding bumper to motorcycle lift mounts

PL, keep us posted on what you end up doing! Very interesting post to me!! I for years used to just trailer my bike!!!
J-Rooster 10/22/16 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 7000 miles and 20 states in 58 days.

Sounds like a great trip to me! Definitely no moss is growing in or around your coach! Were getting a lot of rain up here in the Pacific Northwest! I believe the only other place in the 48 that has more rain than us is the Deep South. Are average rainfall in Western Washington State for the month of October is 1.45 inches. Where I'm at were at 8 inches and it is still raining as I type! Glad you got to see and enjoy the Sun in your trip. Take Care and have a good week!
J-Rooster 10/22/16 09:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RIP Propane

I don't see propane going away anytime soon here in the Pacific Northwest and when I travel to the desert in the Southwest. Solar is still new but, I can see where it will take over in a few decades JMHO! Take Care, John
J-Rooster 10/22/16 08:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Crash in NC - need help identifying driver

Really unfortunate series of accidents. GOD Bless all the family and friends of the surviving family members.
J-Rooster 10/20/16 11:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking to start class A family living

Josh, let me be the first to welcome you to RV.Net! Good Luck in your RV adventurers!
J-Rooster 10/20/16 11:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2006 Adventurer 38R

I own a 2004 Adventurer 35-U that I bought new and have had extremely good luck with to the point where I don't want to trade or sale it. My coach is on a Workhorse Chassis with a 8.1 Vortex engine and Allison transmission. I've had 3 recalls to take care of on my RV. The brake caliper recall, the gasoline filter clip recall and the dash cluster recall all recalls are fixed free of charge. I've had one breakdown in Lake Havasu City, AZ. my coach still was running so I drove it to the Workhorse Dealer for repair. It was a faulty throttle switch that was repaired in 15 minutes and cost me $50.00 plus tax. Good Luck with your new coach.
J-Rooster 10/20/16 01:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wind and road noise in late model class A gas?

Most of the noise in my coach comes from the passenger seat. :B Another outstanding effort Ron!
J-Rooster 10/20/16 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield washers won't spray

I'm not saying this in your case! Sometimes the reservoirs gets so empty to the point where it takes a long time for the washer fluid to get back to the windshield.
J-Rooster 10/20/16 01:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: tires date ????

As posted, "DOT" is at the BEGINNING of the code. The 3 (really old tires) or 4 digit date code at the END and usually in a slightly "embossed" area since that part of the mold is changed weekly. Yes, you read left to right. X-2
J-Rooster 10/20/16 01:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best gas card/cc benefits

I pay for fuel with my Credit Union CC
J-Rooster 10/20/16 01:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for Training in Maryland

No special license required in Washington State to drive any RV!
J-Rooster 10/20/16 12:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wiper blades

I also use a shorter blade. My wipers went bad on the way home from AZ. my last trip coming back from the desert. I stopped in at the Chevy Dealer in Corning, California and they installed my new blades in minutes the bill was $25.00 plus tax for 2 blades.
J-Rooster 10/20/16 12:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which dually valve stem extender?

I also run solid valves on my RV!
J-Rooster 10/20/16 12:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wind and road noise in late model class A gas?

I hands down have the quietest gasser in the World. And I can thank the U.S. Marines and Vietnam for that. This is the only time in my life where it pays to be hard of hearing and I'm getting paid for it!
J-Rooster 10/20/16 12:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How much does your dealer location matter in a purchase?

I bought my RV from a out of town dealer (I got a better price) and a local RV Dealer does all the warranty work on it. They never mentioned to me about buying from someone else and were happy to do the work required.
J-Rooster 10/19/16 06:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I-95 wrecks Involving RV's and Fatalities Today

Sorry to hear about those RVers misfortunes may GOD Bless them and there families.
J-Rooster 10/19/16 06:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison Tranny Oil

2004 and prior W22 chassis came with Dexron iii. 2005 and up came with Transynd. Do NOT use Dexron 6. If you are doing it yourself you need to drain the transmission into a bucket that has quart markings on the side. Refill with exactly that amount. It will usually be about 11 quarts. Drive the coach 15 to 20 miles and then drain the transmission again and refill. That is what Allison recommends for a complete change. Allison says do NOT do a pressure flush. You need to replace the spin-on filter. There is a magnet at the base of it that needs to go on the new filter. I suggest using Transynd if it doesn't already have it. I've changed my transmission fluid four times now over the past 12 years/80,000 miles. It's a easy as changing your engine oil and filter. X-2, I agree with this post!
J-Rooster 10/17/16 11:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A advice

Floor plan that suits your family best!
J-Rooster 10/17/16 11:44pm Class A Motorhomes
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