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RE: A new potential buyer, looking for insight.

I think there is a lot of fertilizer in this thread. His post seems really familiar like was mentioned above. A 30 meter pole? Really?
2bzy2c 04/17/14 12:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2007 Monaco 38PBT Cayman

Right now it is worth about about $80,000 Nada low - 75,140 Nada High 90,530 New price - $177,656 The RV has lost half it's value in 7 years. You will probably loose about 15K a year in the next 4 years. Not sure where you got your numbers. Mine are right from the Nada site. I did not add for any options.
2bzy2c 04/16/14 03:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gasoline Evaporation of 3/4 gallon per week ???????

Back in the day, I worked at a gas station. Every so often, we would have a customer who would come in and top off his tank a bit at a time for almost 20 minutes. (This was before vapor recovery nozzles.) The 20 minutes yielded maybe an extra gallon.Some people are obsessed with topping off their tanks. I would have to agree with some of the comments that you are overfilling your tank, causing fuel to go where it does not belong, such as the vapor canister and the fuel is vaporizing from there. For the life of me, I don't know how you can tell its missing, or why you should even care, unless there is evidence of a leak. 3/4 of a gallon of gas, spilled on the floor is a significant puddle. Best of luck.
2bzy2c 04/16/14 11:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new captain chairs

Clicky
2bzy2c 04/16/14 10:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: First time buyers considering a 1997 Four Winds class A

My fear on an RV of that vintage is you may spend more time fixing than driving. Don't mean to be a kill joy, but rubber, seals, belts, and appliances are well past their prime. Not from use, just from age.
2bzy2c 04/15/14 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor 2014 Hurricane 34E

Well here is another "Sore Thor" owner. Sorry about your problems
2bzy2c 04/14/14 08:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Odometer Reset

I would contact Freightliner. Directly. If I didn't get a resolution I would send then a letter notifying them that the information is being forwarded to proper authorities. I would guess that may get their attention. Good idea. But who would be the "proper authorities?"
2bzy2c 04/13/14 01:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wash expectation

They ought to. A washed car/RV runs better!! We always washed cars after a tune up. The client really appreciates it.
2bzy2c 04/11/14 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Value of Used Michelins ?

Two words....Craigs List Okay...Maybe one...craigslist
2bzy2c 04/07/14 05:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: PLEASE Help, its dead.

Good luck. Keep us informed.
2bzy2c 04/06/14 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: PLEASE Help, its dead.

Maybe not the battery, but a weak or bad alternator might trigger the check engine light. Turn on your head lights while you are trying to start the vehicle. If the headlights go dim while trying to start, then look at the battery. You mentioned you cleaned the battery terminals. How did you clean them? Baking soda? I hope not. Did you remove each terminal and clean the post and the clamp portion of the cable? You might want to re visit the cleaning issue. They might not be all that clean after all.
2bzy2c 04/06/14 03:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: PLEASE Help, its dead.

Dead battery it sounds like.
2bzy2c 04/06/14 03:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 96 f53 starter problem

X's 2 on the starter relay. That happened on mine. Drove me crazy but I finally found it. Very common the Ford F-53 Cheap fix too.
2bzy2c 04/05/14 03:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: handling improvements for a W24 chassis

Not sure, but 105 seems high. A trip to a good alignment shop can make a world of difference. However, any RV takes a little getting used to. Yours however seems a bit extreme.
2bzy2c 04/02/14 10:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TV mounts that flip down from the ceiling...........

If you have a really big checkbook go Here
2bzy2c 04/01/14 02:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fire destroys RV's in Florida storage building

The owner already told the news crew he's (his insurance) not responsible for the RVs, only the building.....so I guess he's already stated HIS position..whether a court will agree or not will be seen...ugly, but at least no one injured or killed.....Dennis I guess it will boil down to what caused the fire or who caused the fire if it can be determined. If not, pretty much everyone is on their own. It is a real shame.
2bzy2c 03/27/14 06:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fire destroys RV's in Florida storage building

Where we store they park them and turn off propane and everything necessary. Site is monitored all the time. If one unit caused all of them to burn, I don't know. Since they have custody Garage Keepers provisions should cover them. imo. Doubt anyone gets what they are worth, if it defaults to Coach Owners Ins. Hardly see one with a mortgage on one owing less than it is worth, by the NADA book or Insurance value. Never heard of garage keepers policies at least not here in Kalifornia Everyone pretty much assumes that anything they store unless they Insure it themselves is pretty much outta luck. Unless negligence can Be proven
2bzy2c 03/26/14 07:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fire destroys RV's in Florida storage building

Let's hope that the insurance gets the owners back to where they were before the fire. I am assuming that the property owner has some type of insurance so I expect a fight between what the RV owner's insurance company will pay and what is paid by the property owner's insurance. With any luck they will come to a quick agreement and move forward instead of a long fight in court. You assumed wrong. The insurance carried by these storage operators only insures the buildings. Generally, the rental contract states very clearly "they do not insure the contents". Most any contract I have ever seen has that. It is a sad event, and everyone is going to lose.
2bzy2c 03/26/14 04:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fire destroys RV's in Florida storage building

Looks like no fire sprinklers. That would have helped quite a bit. This has always been my concern with these warehouse type storage popping up in So Cal. They cram hundreds of RV's shoulder to shoulder in a huge warehouse. If one of those RV's go up, they all go up. It is a disaster waiting to happen.
2bzy2c 03/26/14 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do You Have Allied Insurance and Made A Claim

Try Google- Allied Insurance Reviews (Not all that great)
2bzy2c 03/26/14 04:10pm Class A Motorhomes
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