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RE: Ideal Speed In Class A Gas MH

58-62 X2
LVJ58 04/23/17 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Overall length

Here's a site you may want to visit regarding towing laws including length's. http://onlinetowingguide.com/towing_laws.html Best of luck & Safe Travels.....:)
LVJ58 04/17/17 11:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor home insurance

We had Foremost Insurance Co. coverage on our coach for the past 22 years and have experienced excellent no hassle claim service from them over the years. Based on our experience with Foremost, I can highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 04/06/17 10:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Tires

Been running Bridgestone tires on our coach for past 14 years, great tires no problems with them over the years. Highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice and safe travels.....
LVJ58 04/06/17 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil Type for Ford V10?

I use 5W-30 Mobil 1 full synthetic oil in our 2000 coach with the v10
LVJ58 03/28/17 04:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires: 245/70R/19.5

We've been running Bridgestone R250F series All-Position Radial 245/70x19.5 load range "G" tires now for over 15 years without any issues, based on our experience with the Bridgestone Tire Brand I can highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice & Safe Travels....
LVJ58 03/11/17 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dish or Directv - Best satellite to purchase

If I'm not mistaken Direct TV receives their signal from a single satellite whereas I believe Dish Net receives their signals from 2 different satellites depending on the channel you select. We use Dish Net on our coach with a stationary automatic satellite antenna and sometimes when we change channels there's a slight delay while the antenna automatically seeks out the proper satellite for the channel we selected. Good luck with your choice and safe travels...:) Actually, you are mistaken. Both DirecTV and Dish use 3 satellites to receive all of their programming if you wan to receive all of the programming. With DirecTV you can point to the 101 satellite and receive the majority of their programming but none of this is in HD. With Dish you can also point to only 1 satellite and receive most of their programming and it is in HD (129) or 72.7 on the East Coast. Dish uses 2 separate sets of satellites for East Coast and West Coast to complicate things a bit more. If you are using a dome style antenna you will not be able to receive ANY of the DirecTV HD programming as the 101 satellite is the only signal it is capable of receiving. Thanks for the clarification Bill, insofar as the sat antenna on our coach goes into seek mode sometimes when I changed channels I was under the impression that signals were coming from 2 different satellites. We live in the West, NV. The sat antenna on our house picks up all channels. Thanks again for the clarification and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 03/09/17 11:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dish or Directv - Best satellite to purchase

If I'm not mistaken Direct TV receives their signal from a single satellite whereas I believe Dish Net receives their signals from 2 different satellites depending on the channel you select. We use Dish Net on our coach with a stationary automatic satellite antenna and sometimes when we change channels there's a slight delay while the antenna automatically seeks out the proper satellite for the channel we selected. Good luck with your choice and safe travels...:)
LVJ58 03/08/17 08:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do any Class A motorhomes have mirror-wall closets?

Our 2000 Residency has a closet three quarters across the back of our coach with mirrored sliding doors as well as 2 hall closets with mirrored doors, rather nice effect.
LVJ58 03/08/17 08:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Se-Gi Windows (creeping seals)

We have Segi windows in our 2000 coach that had the seal creep. I checked into Peninsula Glass with a shop in Vancouver, WA that does repair, so on one of our trips to WA state stopped and had our windows repaired. The windows involved were cockpit windows. If interested you might want to check with them. Here's their web site: http://www.peninsulaglass.com/ Best of luck & safe travels
LVJ58 03/04/17 05:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recommended class A gasser

My priority for a gas coach would be one that is of a high quality build with a comfortable, livable floor plan that would best suit my needs. I would seriously consider a Newmar or Tiffin coach.
LVJ58 01/23/17 01:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Firestone VS Bridgestone Class A Tire

Over the years, Bridgestone tires have worked great on our gas coach, with zero problems... Good luck with your choice of brand & Safe travels...:)
LVJ58 01/12/17 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Benefits of 22" inch wheels on a gasser?

Our 2000 coach came with 19.5 tires that work just fine.
LVJ58 01/03/17 11:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: House batteries

I would say yes so that you won't place a straight current load on your converter. Your 12v current load should come from your house batteries with converter keeping batteries charged.
LVJ58 12/28/16 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs diesels

You will no doubt receive many and varied opinions on your post. If your RV lifestyle will involve logging high mileage on a coach, perhaps a diesel powered unit would be the best choice. In our case we opted for a gas powered coach as we wouldn't be logging high mileage. Our travels average 5-6k miles annually spending 3+ months at any one location. Insofar as we would be living in the coach more than traveling in it, we gave priority to a coach with a comfortable, livable floor plan that would best suit our needs. Fortunately we found one in our 2000 gas powered coach we currently own which is now almost 17 years old with 91k miles and still in great shape. Wishing you the best on your choice of a coach, and may you enjoy many fun, safe and trouble free journeys.
LVJ58 12/25/16 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Insurance Renewal

For whatever it's worth, we've had our first and current coach insured by Foremost Insurance Co. Over the years we've filed several claims which were handled expeditiously and without any hassle. Based on our experience with Foremost, I highly recommend them. Good Luck & Safe Travels.....:)
LVJ58 12/09/16 07:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 16 year old Bridgestone faired better than 17yo Michelin's

The main reason for this post was me thinking out loud how the 16yo Bridgestones held up a lot better than the 17yo Michelins, when in my mind, Michelins are the best tire money can buy. Guess I'll chime in and say AMEN to "the best tire money can buy" Been RV'ing now for 21 years and the only brand tire I'll use on our coach are Bridgestones. Never had one fail yet. Best of luck & safe travels.......:)
LVJ58 11/17/16 07:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gulfstream Sun Voyager

We have a different brand coach than yours that also has the 120vac wall type switch under the sink and it's for the 120vac heating element in our 10 gal water heater. Good luck & Safe Travels......
LVJ58 11/15/16 08:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Metal to fiberglass bonding

Might want to consider trying JB Weld
LVJ58 11/03/16 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Your F53 tire pressures

The the load inflation chart for our R250 series Bridgestone 245/70x19.5 Load range "G" tires reflects a minimum of 80psi so that's what we comply with.
LVJ58 11/01/16 08:09pm Class A Motorhomes
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