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RE: Diesel prices finally falling !!

$2.39 (Gas) Huntington Beach Costco
2bzy2c 12/20/14 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinion Requested

I like the Country Star. I didn't like the handyman work on the Rexhall (flooring) plus the way he wrote the ad made him seem arrogant.
2bzy2c 12/15/14 07:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newbie from Scotland looking to Tour USA Canada

http://www.camperspot.nl/wp-content/uploads/freshizer/e7ce5b4dac9a2591a12602a583f3ab57_hymer654-1-600-350-c.jpg I like the looks of that coach.
2bzy2c 12/12/14 10:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor Axis slide

The problem of not reading the manuals? That would apply to me and many others I am certain.
2bzy2c 12/11/14 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for class A

The early V-10's 1998 - about 2001 had the 4 thread spark plug design. They were improved in later models. The V-10 has proven to be very reliable and a workhorse motor. Very few issues have been reported. I had the 1999 version of the V-10. Never replaced the spark plugs. No issues with the engine at all. Ran like a top.
2bzy2c 12/11/14 08:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing 2014 jeep rubicon x

Just to make certain, you did put the transfer case in neutral right? More specifically, disconnected your drive train via the transfer case.
2bzy2c 12/07/14 06:13pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Enclosed trailer

I'm really over electric brakes, any thoughts about surge brakes? we rented a U-Haul car hauler once, and it worked great with no worries about dragging wheels at stops. Yes I have a new electronic brake controller and am not happy with it. we are thinking 16' X 8.5' will work best. that gives us a couple feet for stuff. Your Jeep assuming it is a Wrangler is about 12'5" long. Not much room left over. Not sure if that takes the spare tire into consideration.
2bzy2c 12/01/14 09:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin Breeze V8

I just checked. You are right...V-8
2bzy2c 11/29/14 09:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2 mountainbikes and a dirt bike on the back of RV possible?

Sorry...Couldn't resist. :)
2bzy2c 11/29/14 02:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best rv gps

Iphone
2bzy2c 11/29/14 12:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trailer Brakes Are Locking Up

Further thoughts on the built in brake controller. I can't see how that would even work. The brake controller needs to be adjusted to the towed vehicle's weight and handling characteristics. Every time I towed, I needed to adjust my brake controller.
2bzy2c 11/26/14 06:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trailer Brakes Are Locking Up

I don't think they have a controller "built in". They may be pre wired for a brake controller though. Brake Controller Discussion
2bzy2c 11/26/14 06:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Were 2006-2007 ISL400 Engines Detuned?

Well thought out post. It will be interesting to see the comments. Thanks
2bzy2c 11/25/14 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin Breeze V8

The Breeze was introduced just a few years ago. V-8? I don't think so.
2bzy2c 11/25/14 06:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cutting Fiberglass

Regarding the cutting of holes in fiberglass. Do not use a hole saw. At least not a coarse toothed one. Chances are the surrounding fiberglass will shatter leaving small spider cracks. Nothing to worry about structure wise, but certainly ugly and will look amature'ish. If you have one available, use a router. That will leave a clean hole.
2bzy2c 11/24/14 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries dead...won't start

A few posts back, they reported new batteries fixed the problem
2bzy2c 11/22/14 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash Heater Core Leak

Using stop leaks in a radiator is okay, but certainly not a permanent fix. You are only postponing the inevitable, which is replacing the heater core. Use the stop leak for now, but save your pennies for the replacement down the road. And no, they are not a scam. They do work.
2bzy2c 11/22/14 05:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries dead...won't start

Thank you for posting the results.
2bzy2c 11/22/14 11:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks California coast

A real sleeper of a campground that few know about, partially because it is very new. Located in Laguna Beach, just off of PCH. Easy access to the ocean, though not ON the ocean. Very new, very beautiful. Shhhh...don't tell anyone! Crystal Cove Google Earth Coordinates - 33°33'50.46" N 117°49'24.10" W
2bzy2c 11/21/14 02:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Using airbags for rear spring augmentation

I had airbags on my 32' gasser. They came with the RV so I can't really say what the before and after was. However, what I did note, which was a surprise, not only did it prop up the rear end, but it also reduced the side to side sway in cross winds and when big rigs pass you by. This was tested with the air bags at 20 lbs and then again at 60 lbs. There was a big difference. They do a good job, and from what I have heard, they are not terribly expensive. I believe mine were from Firestone.
2bzy2c 11/21/14 11:42am Class A Motorhomes
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