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RE: Tow Bar Age, how old is too old ?

We're still using the Duncan Tow-Master we bought back in 1995, still works great and simple to connect to towed vehicle.
LVJ58 11/12/15 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor home insurance

We've been insured with Foremost Ins. Co. now for 20 years. Over those years we've filed several claims totaling over $10,000 including our 1st and current coach. We always received prompt no hassle claim service and just had our first premium increase this year of $95.00 on our $250.00 deductible, full coverage policy. Our Current annual premium is $922.00 which I consider reasonable for the coverage we have, and the excellent claim service we've received over the years. Based on our experience, I would highly recommend Foremost Insurance Company. Good luck with your choice and safe travels...:)
LVJ58 11/11/15 09:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Early 90's Class A --which brand best to buy?

You might want to look at used Dolphin or Tropi-cal's built by National RV and/or Allegro coaches built by Tiffin also Dutch & Country Stars built by Newmar. All built decent quality coaches in the 90's Good luck on your search....
LVJ58 11/07/15 10:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Class A

Congratulations on your new coach, enjoy many fun safe and trouble free journeys..:)
LVJ58 11/05/15 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: # of watts solar system needed to MAINTAIN coach batteries?

Our coach has 4ea 6v deep cycle batteries and we have a 100w solar panel with controller which more than adequately maintains both coach & chassis batteries.
LVJ58 11/03/15 10:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

We've used Bridgestones tires on our coach now for 14 years, excellent service with zero problems. Highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice & safe travels....
LVJ58 10/23/15 11:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question re: steer tires

We use Bridgestone R250F 245/70R19.5 tires on all wheels. Been working just fine now for over 15 years.
LVJ58 10/06/15 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to get oil changed near Harlingen, TX?

Might try the Texas Trader in La Feria TX
LVJ58 10/04/15 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ideal length for Class A

Our 2000 38' gas coach with tags & 2 slide-outs provides us with comfortable livable floor plan. Wardrobe space is more than adequate for our requirements. Though not full timers our journeys take us to locations where we usually spend 2 to 3 months at a time. Personally I would select a coach with a comfortable livable floor plan that best suits your needs as it will be your home on wheels. Best of luck with your choice and safe travels....
LVJ58 08/29/15 10:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Bilstein shock

I think I got it wrong. The post I read were Bilsteins new to the poster and valued especially for his coach. He had them installed at Grand National Rally in Forest City. Goldencrazy, I noticed Bilstein now has a new shock, called the "Comfitrac" which I believe may be comparable to the Koni FSD. The FSD stands for Frequency Sensitive Dampening. Here's a link to Bilstein's site and the Comfitrac schok.. http://www.bilsteinus.com/products/motorhome-heavy-truck/b6-46mm-shocks.html Good luck with your choice..:)
LVJ58 08/09/15 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Bilstein shock

Here's a link to the "Ford Motorhome Chassis Forum" on another forum where there's a lenghty thread on "Shocks" for the F53 chassis that may be of interest. http://www.irv2.com/forums/f23/time-for-new-shocks-254961.html Hope this helps, good luck & Safe Travels
LVJ58 08/08/15 09:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A little imput please

Well, from the many posts I've read on this forum, both brands appear to be of a good quality. That being said, personally I would most likely choose the one with a floor plan that best suits our needs. If both diesel powered I would lean toward the Cumming powered rig. Another plus feature would be an eye-level TV. Best of luck on your choice and let us know which one you get.
LVJ58 08/04/15 12:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: towed mileage

Our 2003 Suzuki XL7
LVJ58 08/03/15 09:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine Battery Not Charging

Is your house battery disconnect switch turned ON? On our 2000 coach, for both engine & house battery to be charged by the converter both engine & house battery disconnect switches must be in the ON position. Good luck ferreting out your problem & safe travels
LVJ58 08/02/15 10:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shocks

I would highly recommend the Koni FSD shocks for the Ford chassis, we installed them on the front suspension of our 2000 coach and experienced a significant improvement in ride comfort. They are rather expensive compared to other shock brands, but IMO well worth the $$$ spent. Good luck with your choice and safe Travels.....:)
LVJ58 07/21/15 12:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: fuel line

Most likely your fuel line from tank to genset has deteoriated split and is sucking air. Had that happen to ours & had to replace fuel line. Good luck & Safe travels
LVJ58 07/17/15 09:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: wheel cover nuts

Interesting, I've been able to check air pressure in all ties on our coach with wheel covers ON.
LVJ58 07/12/15 02:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another insurance question

We've been most satisfied with Foremost Insurance Co. who has insured us now for 20 years. We've filed several claims over the years and have enjoyed their no-hassle claim service and reasonable annual premium for our coverage. Good luck with your choice...
LVJ58 07/05/15 07:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Protect All or 303 Aerospace

In reviewing Protect All's web site, it appears it's mostly used for removing oxidation from fiberglass leaving a polished finish. The 303 Aerospace Protectant touts a powerful UV blocker which seems to me would be a better choice to use on a fiberglass roof to help protect it from the sun's damaging UV rays. I use the 303 on my coach tires and on the outside of our shower skylight. Good luck with your choice & safe travels...
LVJ58 07/05/15 07:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steep grades

We've navigated many steep 6+% grades in our gas rig, you shouldn't have any problem with your diesel rig. Have fun and travel safe...:)
LVJ58 06/26/15 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
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