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RE: What is a reasonable maintenance wait time

Ask 93mastercraft. He knows.
2bzy2c 07/28/15 04:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you buy this?

Now over $1025 Bidding closes tomorrow. Should be interesting.
2bzy2c 07/28/15 11:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you buy this?

The bid is up to $475.
2bzy2c 07/27/15 05:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Possible Engine Upgrades

A 1989 Le salle? You want to put that kind of money into a rig of that vintage? If you feel its worth it to gain some power, go for it. But to be honest, headers, heads, cams, carbs, ignition, etc. You will have 3K into it in no time. From the outside looking in, not really worth the investment.
2bzy2c 07/27/15 05:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Snobbish RV resorts with ownerships

I have to say, probably yes. In my facility, we have 90% owners, and 10% renters. The owners, while ordinarily nice people, get a bit uptight with the renters. Yes, the renters do cause 90% of the problems in the facility. I can't argue with that. They don't treat the facility with the same care or respect the owners do. It is just a fact. Therefore, as a renter, you are in another "class" of people, whether you deserve it or not. It was your predecessors that have set the tone. Its too bad it is that way, but it is.
2bzy2c 07/27/15 11:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you buy this?

You must of been real bored today. How could you tell ? ^
2bzy2c 07/27/15 07:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you buy this?

Here is what you would expect in any other description.. Exterior trim is bubbling. Exterior trim exhibits gentle curves Roof is water damaged. Roof has been moisture tested. Cracking in the fiberglass in various places. Custom "crackle" exterior. No extra charge. Awning is ripped. Custom flow through awning Wallpaper is peeling in various places. Wallpaper super easy to change Floor has soft spots. Cushioned flooring Cabinets have water damage. Cabinets finished with environmental friendly water based finishes. Engine had issues shifting, over heating, and pulling one way when driving Easy to park. Built in speed control There is a string attached to gas pedal due to the fact that the return function on the pedal does not work and you have to pull the string to disengage the gas. Cruise Control Brake calipers are sticky. Pac Brakes Engine seems to run fine transmission may have issue, due to issues that were present at first. Before you can move the unit it has to sit in gear and warm up before it will engage and move Anti Theft protection
2bzy2c 07/26/15 08:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you buy this?

I would give them an award for the "most honest" description ever.
2bzy2c 07/26/15 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buyer Requirement for RV Sale - What's your opinion

I saw your ad for your RV. You should have no problems selling it. It seems to be priced fair. There are lots of fish out there.
2bzy2c 07/26/15 10:04am Class A Motorhomes
Would you buy this?

Saw this description of an RV up for auction. Begin copy- Exterior trim is bubbling. Roof is water damaged. Cracking in the fiberglass in various places. Awning is ripped. Wallpaper is peeling in various places. Floor has soft spots. Cabinets have water damage. Engine had issues shifting, over heating, and pulling one way when driving and the other when braking, these issues seemed to work themselves out once driven a bit. There is a string attached to gas pedal due to the fact that the return function on the pedal does not work and you have to pull the string to disengage the gas. AC on dash and on roof top does not work. Brake calipers are sticky. Engine seems to run fine transmission may have issue, due to issues that were present at first. Before you can move the unit it has to sit in gear and warm up before it will engage and move.-End copy Wow! Get my checkbook!!!!! BTW, the current bid on it is $25. No reserve
2bzy2c 07/26/15 09:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: So Cal gas prices starting to fall

Seems when the gas prices spike, the politicians get up in arms, have a hearing, then the prices drop. They forget about it, then it happens all over again. Its seems to be a 4-5 month cycle.
2bzy2c 07/24/15 11:22am Class A Motorhomes
So Cal gas prices starting to fall

After what seemed like an overnight gas price jump of almost .80 cents a gallon a few weeks ago, seems gas prices are starting to back down. Just paid $3.85 at Costco. Up like a rocket, down like a feather.
2bzy2c 07/24/15 06:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 99 Holiday rambler Endeavor,.. First DP?

That mileage would make me nervous. It does not take much to spend 5K on engine issues with a diesel, frankly with a gasser as well. There are tons of Endeavors out there for the same price or less with 1/5th the miles. HERE for example And HERE Do your homework. Don't get emotional about your decision.
2bzy2c 07/21/15 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is Rexhall Still Producing Motorhomes?

I remember seeing a Rexhall at a RV show a few years ago. Their furniture seemed tiny. All looked very nice but on a small scale. Their website is not up to date. It seems to me that they would have a market with all of the different floor plans that they have to offer. The type of mirrors that attached to the top of the front window frame are not the best design. We looked at a Newell that offered that design. If you want to lower the window shades, because of the sun, the shades cannot go to the end of the windshield which leaves a 12 inch or so gap. The shades in the Newell were designed not to block the view of the mirrors. The design made me want the mirrors that are attached to the lower part of the windshield. That way, the shades can be lowered to block the sun when it's lower in the sky. Safe travels, MM. Rexall went out of business many years ago. Not true. I know they went into bankruptcy, but they did not go out of business. From what others are saying, they are limping along, but not out of business. However, it does seem like they are headed in that direction though.
2bzy2c 07/20/15 10:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is Rexhall Still Producing Motorhomes?

My Rexhall had 0 problems. Had it for 7 years. Never went back to the dealer. As for the design, the new (old) Rexhalls, have the double, full wall slide. The 36' model felt like a 45' with all the width you gain. I did hear in the rear bathroom model, with the slides in, you do have to crawl over the bed to get to the bathroom. As far as raising the bed to avoid crushing the frame...never hear that one before.
2bzy2c 07/19/15 07:06pm Class A Motorhomes
Is Rexhall Still Producing Motorhomes?

Has anyone heard if Rexhall is still making motorhomes? I checked their website, and they show only a few used RV's for sale, and a recent sales of a "new" 2010. Previously, I saw where they were making custom buses that were ADA equipped, but not a word on their RV's. In the recent past, their RV's were really cutting edge. Sleek designs, two full wall slides that actually worked. Seems they are slowly moving away from the RV market. Any info would be appreciated. http://www.rexhall.com/images/stories/Aerbus-resized.jpg
2bzy2c 07/19/15 08:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: P-30 Disc Brake Squeal

Did you turn the rotors? If not, that might be the problem.
2bzy2c 07/15/15 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bathtub Refinishing

Last year I bought a '04 Fleetwood Fiesta. It is readily apparent now that the previous owner didn't follow the manufacturer's maintenance instructions as the finish is peeling off the inside of the fiberglass bathtub. The tub is still structurally sound and I don't want to go through the process (or hassle) of replacing the tub. Has anybody successfully refinished one of these tubs??? Curious, what maintenance is needed on a bathtub besides keeping it clean?
2bzy2c 07/15/15 04:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: "Bubbling"exterior side sections separation causing pockets

Plain and simple. You have a water leak. Unfortunately the damage has been done to your wall. Delaminations are very hard to repair, however, yours does not look too bad yet.
2bzy2c 07/15/15 07:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Possible Delamination - run away, run away!

Nope. Delam = No Sale
2bzy2c 07/14/15 03:19pm Class A Motorhomes
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