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RE: Deal or No Deal? (new here)

If it runs and the tires have some life left to them, that is a smoking deal! Good luck.
2bzy2c 03/25/15 12:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Crotchety old man

It ain't over until you leave the left blinker on for over 50 miles.
2bzy2c 03/24/15 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: American Tradition 1999 model

Yep. Not a bad price at all. Not to offer buzz kill, but do check the dates on the tires. The tires represent almost 10% of the asking price.
2bzy2c 03/24/15 08:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing 2005 Jeep Wrangler

"if you DONT disable the ignition you'll run the battery down (while towing)." Not true on a 2005! 2006 and prior Jeeps had an "OFF, not locked" position in the ignition switch. THAT is the position the switch has to be in while towing (as noted in the Owners Manual). I towed a 2006 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited many miles with the switch in the "OFF, not locked" position. Since my son's 2003 Rubicon has that type switch, I'm fairly sure the 2005 does as well. My 2000 Wrangler had the off position as well. No need to pull fuses.
2bzy2c 03/23/15 09:24pm Dinghy Towing
RE: deleted topic

Frankly, I would change the name of this thread. You are trading on liable issues here.
2bzy2c 03/22/15 01:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: deleted topic

The deal is... there was no deal. Stop blaming the dealer for your lack of action, meaning no deposit, no contract.
2bzy2c 03/22/15 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: deleted topic

You have to look at it form the dealers standpoint. Ever heard the term "Be Back"? That refers to the majority of consumers who say "I'll be back". of 20 people that say "I'll be back" maybe one will actually be back. You are that one of 20. No deposit, no contract, you were considered a "Be Back". They are going to sell to who ever comes up with the cash first. Cash talks. No amount of emails or calls is going to change that. Harsh reality.
2bzy2c 03/22/15 11:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: FIBERGLASS DELAMINATION

http://i.imgur.com/BY7b9Izl.jpg Durn son. You need a new wall. Nah. A little Red Max and it'll look jest fine.
2bzy2c 03/21/15 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Assistance with first motorhome

Yep. It sounds like your tank is full. The lowest opening in your RV is probably the shower drain. That is where it will back up to first. You should invest in a hand operated snake. See This although it does sound like a full tank to me. Regarding the batteries, you need to get a voltage meter to 1 - test the batteries, and 2 - to see if there is a load / drain on the batteries. To be honest, it sounds like the batteries are bad.
2bzy2c 03/21/15 12:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: FIBERGLASS DELAMINATION

Unless you have a good working knowledge of repairing fiberglass, I would caution you away from attempting it. Your comment about "peeling back" the fiberglass tells me you might be headed for trouble. The rate (hours) you have been quoted frankly is a pretty good deal. Further, you will probably get a warranty on the work. I have no idea on your abilities, but honestly, I admire your energy, but the smart money says have it done....Unless you are confident in your fiberglass abilities.
2bzy2c 03/21/15 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dodge 440 ,miss firing

First off, if the plug wires were bad (you mentioned 2), then the spark plugs are probably fouled, meaning you need to replace all the spark plugs. Don't take short cuts. 1. Replace ALL plug wires 2. Replace ALL spark plugs (be certain to gap them as well) 3. Replace the distributor cap 4. Replace the rotor The 440 is an iron horse. Once you get it running it wont quit. However, that motor is very thirsty!! Oh yeah, change the oil. It has probably been sitting for a while.
2bzy2c 03/20/15 07:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Saddle mount wiper blades

http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/redneck-inventions-funny-18.jpg Sorry- You made the "redneck" comment. Couldn't resist.
2bzy2c 03/17/15 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Greetings from a New Class A owner!

Probably the first thing I would learn about is safety. Check or have checked the tires, brakes, fluids etc. Then see if you can find an RV driving class. They are not hard to drive, but there are things to be cautious about. Like how to head down grades, using the brakes, or not using the brakes, downshifting. There are lots of things to learn. First take it on a short local camping trip. Just for a day or two. You will learn quite a bit in just a few days. Happy RVing.
2bzy2c 03/16/15 08:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Tiffin Allegro Ford F53 Vacuum Hose break

http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/tracker40/2010-11-04_114547_1.gif height=500 width=500 This is for a 95. Google is your friend.
2bzy2c 03/16/15 07:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nevada

Had a blowout on that road years ago. 50 miles from the nearest phone. Had a toad so I drove to town. Called AAA. 3 hour response time. In two hours a guy on a Harley pulled up. He was from AAA. He was on his way home from vacation, and the local AAA office called him knowing he was on that road. He and I managed to change the tire, using my jacks. No cell, no CB reception. You are on your own out there.
2bzy2c 03/15/15 11:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to Buying a Used Class A - Have Questions.

Ford V-10 has issues with spark plugs breaking off when trying to be replaced. Best to have current owner do tune-up including spark plugs. Appliances are always issues on some rigs. make sure they all work. Dash air is an issue but isn't that costly normally to fix. Have current owner get it done by a shop. They don't break off!!!! The problem is there is only 4 threads on those early V-10's and the plugs and or heads strip easily. Rare, but they do.
2bzy2c 03/12/15 03:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV dog trotting.

It also could be the "trailing arms" They are known to break on some Monaco's. Go here for a great thread about those trailing arms. Here is a snip from that thread - Thank goodness for this FMCA forum and the posts about this problem. In September we were on the freeway near Atlanta when our 2006 Holiday Rambler Neptune started rocking from side to side and made sounds like something underneath up front was loose. We slowed down and made it to our campground and when I looked underneath I could find nothing loose up front. I went online and did a Google search and found this post. I went underneath again and found the left rear trailing arm was completely broken with a 1 inch gap between the U-bolts, and the left wheel was no longer centered in the wheelwell. The FMCA post not only alerted me to the problem but gave me the source for stronger replacement arms. I called Scott Zimmer at Source Manufacturing and validated the information, so when I got to the repair shop I knew what needed to be done. We had the trailing arms replaced at Apalachee RV Center in Auburn, GA, just outside Atlanta. I cannot say enough about how well we were treated there from the moment we arrived to the final delivery of the repaired coach. They are strictly an RV repair facility and they know what they're doing. This was the first time Apalachee had seen this particular problem on the Monaco RR4R chassis. I provided them with the information I had found and they contacted Scott Zimmer and found that the fastest way to get a pair of replacement arms was through Scott's POC in Melbourne, FL. Dan Kinard, the service manager, did all the coordination with Easy Care under our extended warranty. When the arms arrived their technician did a meticulous job of making the installation correct, and explained to me exactly what steps he was taking. I was very pleased with the whole experience at Apalachee RV Center. Dan Kinard even called me several days later to be sure I wasn't having any problems with the repair. That's first class service. The coach is now handling better than it did when it was new as it rides over bumps much smoother. Thanks again to FMCA for providing such a valuable service on their forums.
2bzy2c 03/12/15 10:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying a used RV in USA as a Canadian

10-20K may get you a decent gasser in the 2000-2004 range. If you are not much of a mechanic, then an RV of that vintage may not be your best purchase. RV's do have problems, some more than others. Some way more than others. I think you have to pay GST tax at the border, and I believe the RV has to have some sort of propane certification before bringing it into the county. Not too sure on that one, but I believe I heard something to that effect. Try this link for more info
2bzy2c 03/12/15 06:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: When will RV Manufacturers be concerned with quality?

"When will RV Manufacturers be concerned with quality?" When more RV buyers are prepared to pay for it, not just the cheapest they can get!! I was going to write just that.,. Beat me to it!!
2bzy2c 03/09/15 02:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rexall Aerbus opinions

Rexhall's are the sleepers in the RV industry. Solid roof, metal framing, I had zero issues in the 7 years I owned one. Will probably buy another.
2bzy2c 03/07/15 01:31pm Class A Motorhomes
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