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RE: Generator exhaust question

I agree, the noisy ones are really objectionable. I once parked next to somebody at a week long event whose generator was both incredibly loud, and spewed noxious fumes. Awful!
MRUSA 11/02/17 06:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is the pool of 4 down towable vehicles diminishing??

The new car"the Elio" three wheeled auto with an 85 mpg fuel rate is supposed to go into production in 2019. And I have been questioning the engineers about that being four wheel down towing capable. They have now finally said it will be. Hmmm... A three wheeled vehicle that can be towed four wheels down. Where does the fourth wheel come from?
MRUSA 10/27/17 08:18pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Diesel more sluggish than gas?

It is not just a matter of power. The big diesel pushers are upgraded in many other ways compared to their gas cousins. The big diesel pushers tend to have better suspensions, bigger fuel, water and waste tanks, and better amenities than the gassers. They ride and handle better as a result of the better long-wheelbase chassis that they are built upon, and tag axles on many of them. Bigger generators and more batteries with big inverters for generator-free operation of electronics without shore power. There is a lot more to consider than just the increase in pulling power.
MRUSA 10/09/17 09:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gen-Turi Question

You may want to check with the gen-set manufacturer about their recommendation before using a gen-turi. Onan advises not to use them, but I have used mine plenty with no problems. I did rig a support chain to take the weight of the Genturi off of the Onan's exhaust pipe, as I think all that weight on the pipe could cause problems.
MRUSA 05/13/17 03:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 303 on roof

One coat of 303 is sufficient but two will last longer.
MRUSA 05/01/17 06:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Overall length

These laws are on the books but rarely enforced. I am right at 65 feet or a bit more and have towed in every state in the lower 48 with no issues. The police don't even give me a second look. As stated above, it could happen, but I have read few if any instances of RVs being stopped to be measured.
MRUSA 04/23/17 04:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Entegra or newmar

Do you plan to snowbird in just one location or will you be moving frequently? The reason I ask is that a tag axle coach (much more money) is a great advantage to those to plan to do lots and lots of driving over the course of the year but no advantage to those planning to move from point A to point B only a few times per year. No advantage? Even if the coach is rarely driven, is a tag axle not an advantage during those drives?
MRUSA 02/07/17 05:30pm Class A Motorhomes
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