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RE: Side or rear radiator diesel pusher

Go with the side morel...
Sully2 09/02/15 03:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: "8 D Battery" Anyone ever use one for house batt?

When my coach was new...its came with 3 of the 8D batteries. One to start the engine and two for coach power
Sully2 08/31/15 09:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ovenight in a Truck Stop

I have posted on this subject before. I do long distance driving in the summer months. This year finding a place to park has been pure hell. In some areas the Truck Stops fill up before noon. Makes it very hard to find a good spot for the night. We are limited to 11 hours of actual driving. Plus you must take a half hour break before your first 8 hours has passed. Parking is so scarce there was just a National Conference on this subject. The problem is serious enough that the industry is worried it will affect the economy. I 5 in Washington is one of the worst. Even the rest areas are filled very early. Imagine how I felt when I pulled into a TA and there were 2 motorhomes parked in the truck areas. One was an expensive bus conversion and the other a DP. Folks these RV'rs have no good reason to be taking up those spaces. Yes, TA or the J does not care who parks on the lot but common sense and decency tell me it is: Rude, Ignorant, Selfish and just wrong . The truck drivers are trying to make a living and follow the regulations. The RV'rs are supposed to be enjoying themselves. Spend the $$ and go to a CG!!!!!! Or go to a Wal Mart. Moisheh You then lack common sense. You do not own the truck stop AND the RV drivers money is Green just like yours. Your version of freedom is "You are free to do things as long as it is okay with me." AND Because I am working I deserve special consideration. YOU DO NOT! I hope this does not carry over into your driving habits and the RV's have a good reason to be in the spot. THEY ARE SPENDING THE NIGHT. Instead of complaining may I suggest you find another line of work which stresses you less. Amen brother...amen!
Sully2 08/31/15 08:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Enough Horsepower?

Get the Ford V8
Sully2 08/30/15 08:42am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Four Down or Tow Dolly

4 wheels down!
Sully2 08/13/15 06:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CB Radios

I took mine out and threw it away!..:E...They are JUNK!
Sully2 08/13/15 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing without a car braking system??

Regardless of the email and whether it's correct or not, (notice the FHP officer's title, Public Relations/Commercial Enforcement), having or not having aux brakes is a safety feature. As such, your domicile State's law regarding such is not applicable. Reciprocity agreements DO NOT pertain to safety issues. So while you may not need one in Florida you will need one in California...etc....Dennis Ya dont need it in Ohio either!
Sully2 08/13/15 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quality Class A makers

Buy a Newmar....!
Sully2 08/12/15 10:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling without a TOAD

Just call Enterprise when you get to your destination.
Sully2 08/12/15 10:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Planning a trip out west next summer

We're planning a similar trip, also for next summer. But your request is pretty broad: there are roughly infinity options for routes, stops, things to see, etc. Here is our route as it exists right now: http://skiprd.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/RouteMap.jpg height=466 width=640 Stops include: Rocky Mountain NPGrand TetonsYellowstoneGlacierLittle Big HornDevil's TowerMt. RushmoreBadlands and then home. We're in the process of identifying particular campgrounds, durations, and things to see and do at each step, but right now it looks like a 45-day trip, 5175 miles, and you don't want to know the cost. We use the 3:00/300 rule, so it's slow-going to and from. We're also in Atlanta and would be happy to give you whatever would be helpful. Given that the discussion could run to volumes of text, though, it might be better to do it off-line. PM me and I can send you some more information. Skip Take stops 5; 6 and 7 off your routes. Head west at stop #23. Also remove stops 12, 13 and 14...cause thats a big nothing! Other than those particular spots...there is a multitude of stuff to see. Im hoping that you'll have all summer to see then!
Sully2 08/11/15 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Planning a trip out west next summer

We're planning a similar trip, also for next summer. But your request is pretty broad: there are roughly infinity options for routes, stops, things to see, etc. Here is our route as it exists right now: http://skiprd.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/RouteMap.jpg height=466 width=640 Stops include: Rocky Mountain NPGrand TetonsYellowstoneGlacierLittle Big HornDevil's TowerMt. RushmoreBadlands and then home. We're in the process of identifying particular campgrounds, durations, and things to see and do at each step, but right now it looks like a 45-day trip, 5175 miles, and you don't want to know the cost. We use the 3:00/300 rule, so it's slow-going to and from. We're also in Atlanta and would be happy to give you whatever would be helpful. Given that the discussion could run to volumes of text, though, it might be better to do it off-line. PM me and I can send you some more information. Skip Take stops 5; 6 and 7 off your routes. Head west at stop #23. Also remove stops
Sully2 08/11/15 12:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Coaches and air compressors

This costs about $100 and will put out 135 psi. Since it lays flat it takes up little room in the basement. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/shopping?q=tbn:ANd9GcSNQpUYb-_6dsDeKn4cvOmn2PD0T50BCvDg0Ec8N6aN9ANh6in35IWHOF_cpP9quOfDv6cBq9k&usqp=CAE All things considered...that one takes the cake!
Sully2 08/10/15 02:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Just where do you get 40" wiper blades?

Call Tiffen and find out what BRAND of blades they use. Then you can call that company and get a part number and maybe even buy a set or two directly
Sully2 08/09/15 09:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should TPO Roof Look Like this

NO! Something has been ???...spilled..??...or something to discolor it
Sully2 08/09/15 02:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allure Ultra Flooring

Your substrate isnt any good.....too flimsy. You jack the coach and the floor buckles......dont jack the coach and the floor remains nice looking
Sully2 08/08/15 11:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: DIY Replacing Front Air Bags/Air Springs. Tips? Tricks?

I've never thought about changing mine. Why are you changing yours - leaking, age considerations, ride? Are you going to use OEM or aftermarket replacements? Bill They are not currently giving me any immediate problem. No leaks or anything like that. It's just that they are 13 years old, and just now starting to show some slight weathering. Just want to be pro-active given the age. I will be going with aftermarket bags (most likely Firestone as they have a direct crossover to the Reyco part number). Firestone and Goodyear seem to be the most popular brands, and from my research, they seem supply a good amount of the OEMs. When I replaced my rear bags last year, I bought from the OEM, and the bags they sent were Goodyear. Dont worry over them till they blow out!
Sully2 08/07/15 06:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do you guys think about this one...?

http://www.countrycoach.com/2015/05/country-coach-allure-for-sale/ I have been doing some reading about their demise, and now trying to get back into the game. The coaches seem solid and well built. They said they don't use the "C" channel but round tubing instead? There's not much info I found yet, but has anyone had any experience with the company? And what do you think about the Chassis/drivetrain...? http://www.countrycoach.com/images/coaches.jpg I own one! A 2000 ...36 ft Allure. I never saw any "round tubing" in my coach??? And Im impressed with the quality of construction and the people AT CC when I call for info on something or a part should I need one.
Sully2 08/07/15 06:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you crawl under your lifted coach

I cant...and would'nt even if I could
Sully2 08/04/15 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: towed mileage

Our 2004 Jeep Liberty doesn't accumulate miles. Nor mine either!
Sully2 08/03/15 09:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1992 454 7.4 liter oil

I always ran 10W-40 in my 454 Souhwinds.
Sully2 07/24/15 09:22am Class A Motorhomes
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