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RE: Full Length Queen size beds

Who besides Winnebago makes a Class C with a full length (80") queen size bed? Almost everyone has 74" long beds, and my husband is 6'3" (75 inches). Everytime I find a floor plan I like, the bed is too short for him :( NO ONE sleeps in a full height ( extended) position! They sleep in a "semi fetal" sort of way and thusly dont need a bed as long as they are standing tall
Sully2 02/17/17 01:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Purchase Dilemma: Forest River vs Nexus

As long as they dont start screwing with the $$$$$.....my next one will be a Nexus..!
Sully2 02/05/17 03:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Nexus RV - honest mistake or something else? (updated 1/21)

I can understand that the chassis possibly be a year older than the actual build. Sales invoice and sales contract says 2015. The VIN corresponds to a 2014 Ford chassis. And thats right! The CHASSIS is a 2014 year..but the FINISHED COACH is a 2015 model year. Happens a lot especially with class C rv's
Sully2 01/20/17 05:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Cross Country Trip - What length Class C???

This Vehicle Length Limits Page is titled "Sequoia & Kings Canyon" Thats why the wife and I always had a Jeep toad with us...unook and go wandering.....
Sully2 01/14/17 01:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Cross Country Trip - What length Class C???

27-29 footer...depending on the interior layout
Sully2 01/14/17 11:41am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Supplemental Brakes Confession Time

Don't look for TRAILERS. Look for, or do what I did, ask the State Police, what the requirement is for a "VEHICLE IN TOW". Then try to remember when you saw any tow truck operator put a supplemental braking system in a car that they were towing. TRAILER requirements are what the people put in the ads to fool people in to buying their braking system. It works, so they keep doing it. msimth1199 is ex-police and he is telling you the truth. As I mentioned, I contacted most States that I would travel in and never found a single one that required brakes in my toad. I posted the names of the people that I contacted. Here is a typical reply from Florida. NOTE that no weight limit is ever mentioned. Compare this with what BrakeBuddy tries to tell you: A vehicle towed behind a motor home would be exempt from the braking requirements in Florida statute 316.261 as a drive away, tow away operation. Please contact me if you have any other questions. Lt. Jeff Frost Florida Highway Patrol Public Affairs Officer Commercial Vehicle Enforcement 2900 Apalachee Parkway, MS 45 850-617-2279 Tallahassee, Florida 32399 www.flhsmv.gov/fhp Jefffrost@flhsmv.gov Which is why I went to my state police and inquired. Was told that "the book" says if the vehicle was never DESIGNED to be towed ( and cars ARENT) then no Aux braked are needed. A TRAILER which IS designed to be towed...DOES require braked.
Sully2 01/02/17 12:34pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Grand Canyon??

The South Rim has a campground within the park called Trailer Village. I'm guessing that if you haven't booked a spot already, you won't get one. There is also a campground (nothing special), called Camper's Village. It's right at the entrance to the park, in the town of Tusayan. And if you like STEAK to eat...they cook the best steaks in the USA right in Tusayan at a place ( get this) called The Steak House. Price is good...steak is GREAT. Short walk to the CG from there
Sully2 01/02/17 10:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flat Tow or Dolly Tow

If at all possible...flat tow ( 4 wheels down)
Sully2 01/01/17 05:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Supplemental Brakes Confession Time

People are driving a motor home that costs in excess of 100k in many instances, and they are not willing to spend 1k to minimize potential liability or injury to someone else? As said, forget what is required by law, lets use some common sense. "They werent" and "I wasnt either". Mainly because there are a dozen different makes and models on the market that just flat arent worth a ####. No one has the "cajones" to test them and declare publicly which are no good. "They" force us to use seat belts and now tire inflation monitors so IF the aux brakes were all that good...why arent they already installed on coaches???
Sully2 12/31/16 10:58am Dinghy Towing
RE: How many of you guys have or do not have a TPMS?

I ran it for 1 year on my CC...and it was the biggest PITA that I came across in 15 years of RVing
Sully2 12/30/16 06:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Searching to buy Rv in 2017

As a fairly new member you missed all the Alpha problems posts from 4+ years ago. Between the delam problems, the basement air problems, and overall poor quality no one in their right mind will buy one... especially compared to a Beaver. Exactly right! :B
Sully2 12/29/16 03:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

I found a post from 6-18-15 And his profile was updated on 6-19-15. But you're right, inactive for the last year... Much Thanks!
Sully2 12/04/16 10:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

from herewego Last post I found 01/29/13 08:33pm . Thanks for the update
Sully2 12/03/16 01:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

Gary (Sully2), good to hear from you again thanks for popping in! Wishing you and the DW Happy Holidays! Hope your making progress with your health issue's? I haven't seen him post in a long time? Makes you wonder how they are doing? Especially, WNY Pat and KIX, fun RV.Net posters, I haven't heard from in a long time! Im still able to stand up and take nourishment. Other than that and its thumbs down....:B COPD never gets any better but its burns my butt that my mountain days are out. Cant take the altitude difference at all. Ive got all winter and next spring to find a small RV....like a small C or a B+ or ?? to do a little tripping in but have to stay away from the trout rivers etc when the "beauty" is. Merry Xmas to you and yours and a Happy New Year and you can give momma big hug for me and pat the critters on the head and tell them Uncle Gary is thinking of them....:B
Sully2 12/03/16 01:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer RVs that are hard to winterize.....grrrrr

It was told to me by Country Coach to BLOW OUT the water lines with compressed air. Using 15 lbs or so feed it in where the outside water feeds in and with drains open it will clean them right out. Helpful if the drain valves have been open for awhile. Its how I emptied my Country Coach for more than 12 years
Sully2 12/01/16 11:16am Class C Motorhomes
Lost man

Anyone heard anything from a guy that used to post here name of "HereweGo"..???
Sully2 12/01/16 11:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer RVs that are hard to winterize.....grrrrr

Get the coupling from Campers World that lets you feed air into your water line. Open all drains and blow out the water with about 15 PSI air pressure.
Sully2 11/29/16 11:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing a Jeep Liberty Diesel

My 2002 Liberty is a gasser but Ive towed it all over for almost 70K miles. Do it..you wont regret it at all.
Sully2 11/29/16 11:22am Dinghy Towing
RE: ? Winter travel

I don't flush the water lines but do open all the valves and drive around for a few miles to assist their draining completely. I then put RV antifreeze in the sink and shower traps along with half a gallon in the black and gray tanks. This has worked fine for the last 7 years and the coach is basically ready to roll 24/7. Just add water to the freshwater tank and roll out. :C Open your drain valves and blow any water out using compressed air. Hook an air hose into your water poont that opens to the outside. About 15 PSI will blow the water out slick as a whistle.
Sully2 11/28/16 01:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 70 to 80 years old ! with a class C

a Class C would be the last thing I would consider if I am in or approaching the bad joint/back/knees, etc. age. I have enough trouble getting out of my bed at my S & B. bumpy Im pondering a class C for purchase next spring...but wont use any front cab space for sleeping.....that will be a LG screen TV. Wife and I like a rear slide out model where a real bed can go out on the drivers sidw and the dinette ( behind the front drivers seat) sticks out a little to make a bed there if needed.
Sully2 11/20/16 02:11pm Class C Motorhomes
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