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RE: Just bought 98 winnebago adventurer

How to bleed brakes
2bzy2c 07/20/14 12:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to RVing... need help with fresh water filling

City water refers to water being delivered directly to your water system. Not for filling your water tank.
2bzy2c 07/20/14 12:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 Rexhall Aerbus Question

I had an Aerbus, 1999. Never a problem. Rock solid. Bought it new, used it for 6 years. Never let me down.
2bzy2c 07/20/14 06:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Destruction Derby

5:00PM at Walmart.
2bzy2c 07/16/14 08:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warrenty Company

I would agree with the above. The comments made by the OP could be construed as slanderous. If I were the warranty company, I would be pretty upset. Taking legal action? Doubtful, but the OP would be well advised to remove his comments, or at the very least, not mention the warranty companies name.
2bzy2c 07/15/14 09:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warrenty Company

Even better would be a recap of why they refused to do it. Slamming a company without at least some background would give some credence to your outburst haiku's Otherwise, we as a group are learning nothing from your experience. We would all like to know so that we can avoid companies that are less than responsible. As it stands now, we have no idea except that you are upset.
2bzy2c 07/15/14 10:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warrenty Company

First you wrote: Our Wholesale warrenty company sucks, they are the WORST...does anyone have a decent, dependable RV warrenty company ? Then you wrote: please reply ONLY if you can offer a name. Thanks. Then it was: They don't do ANYTHING, never cover ANYTHING that is broken. Then you wrote: Wholesale Warranties screw us Could you be a just a bit more bitter? Sheesh!
2bzy2c 07/14/14 08:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gas price down

Orange County Calif- Costco $3.84 Most all the gas stations are going down. Up like a rocket, down like a feather.
2bzy2c 07/13/14 09:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is this a good deal or not?

You might do well, but with an RV of that vintage, there are many possible problems. Not so much with the chassis, but the house portion. The refrigerator, heaters, water and air etc. None of them are very expensive to replace, but they never break when it is convenient. An old RV is a part time job.
2bzy2c 07/13/14 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heater core replacement

Try a can of Bars Leak or some other leak repair in a bottle/can BTC Don't do it. It will plug up not only the holes, but the heater core itself. Been there. Done that!
2bzy2c 07/13/14 11:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Up date on problem posted a couple weeks ago...

One day a ladies car would not start. Try as she might, the car simply would not start. The car was towed to a service station. A mechanic opened the hood, turned one screw and the car came to life. "That will be $20 he told the lady" "$20 to turn one screw?" "That is outrageous!" she yelled. He said. "It's only $1.00 to turn the screw, but $19 to know which screw to turn".
2bzy2c 07/13/14 06:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steps not retracting all the way

Mine did the same thing. Turned out to be low voltage from the batteries. Replaced the batteries and the problem was gone.
2bzy2c 07/12/14 02:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Have ya'll heard of this yet?

I was under the impression that the water pressure in RV's has to be throttled down. 60 PSI seems like the fittings might let go. No science here, but an uninformed observation.
2bzy2c 07/08/14 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mobile Tire Shop?

I would imagine it is much more expensive. If there was a problem with the tire, will the mobile guy stand behind them? I would take the time to go to a tire shop (national type) that way if you have trouble, you have someone to turn to.
2bzy2c 07/06/14 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 6 year update on running Michelin Super Singles

From the OP's original post- 6 Tires - assuming they are $450/each - $2700 plus install and stuff... vs. 2 Steer Tires - $450/each - $900 2 Aluminum rims - $300/each (used) - $600 2 Super Singles - $850 each - $1700 total - $3200 plus install and stuff... If I were to buy NEW rims - they are about $450/ea vs. the $300/ea for used ones.
2bzy2c 07/02/14 08:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Connected chassis battery wrong, no power to chassis

Appreciate your providing an update and resolution. All too often, people come in here with a problem and never report back. Very frustrating.
2bzy2c 07/02/14 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco dynasty frame/suspension failure with pictures

It is a known failure point on that year Monaco. They are called the trailing arms. There are businesses that specialize in replacing them with beefier arms. Try doing a search on trailing arms. I am certain someone else will jump in here that has more information.
2bzy2c 06/12/14 06:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Route to Yosemite

Good choice. You can't go wrong with either way.
2bzy2c 06/10/14 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Route to Yosemite

There are a few ways. The easiest from Tahoe is to take 80 towards Reno. Then 395 south to Tioga Pass (Hwy 120). (Stop at the Mobil station for a 5 star lunch...YES at the Mobil station). From 120 and the 395 you are about 25 miles from the entrance to the park. Otherwise, if you are leaving from the south shore of Tahoe, you can take the Kingsbury grade. 1st gear all the way down. but it is the shortest route to 395. White knuckle maybe, but I have done it. Just take it slow.
2bzy2c 06/08/14 10:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Delamination

This has been discussed many times in this forum. Pretty much the consensus is, "there is not much you can do about it". Some have glued it back in place, with mixed results. You need access to both sides to try and squeeze both sides back in place via some sort of clamping system. The type of glue/epoxy is fussy since depending on what material you have in the wall, will depend on why type of adhesive to use. Some have reported using syringes after drilling holes and injecting the adhesive. So far, no one that I am aware of has reported back with success stories. Here is a YouTube video on one such repair HERE
2bzy2c 06/08/14 12:51pm Class A Motorhomes
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