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RE: Do you tow with your B?

Ok. You want to know if a Travato can tow a car. Quick answer. No. Mercedes can but what's the point ? 3500 lbs ROLLING on wheels is just that...3500 lbs. So dont say it cant tow a car...its just has to be a small car is all. I can tel ya this much...driveing a "SmartCar" 3 miles to the grocery and back is a heck of a lot easier that walking 3 miles both directions!
Sully2 05/13/16 07:03pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Do you tow with your B?

Any of you Winnebago Travato owners? Thanks all for your comments. I would like to have read an answer to your question instead of the typical "Stay at aunt Martha's and use her car" answer. Im planning on a very small class C or a class B and i WiLL tow "something". Sully
Sully2 05/13/16 06:59pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: How many use HAM vs C/B for rig to rig etc?

Hello Scott, Getting a HAM license is something I've been considering as cell phone service has been spotty at best in many of our destinations. I have and use my CB often. With that said, I have talked to many truckers when refueling and some of the older gents said the younger drivers do not really use them as they prefer cell phones. They are nice to have for traffic updates etc. Take care A ham license today means only a written test..all the way from enty level to the most highest levels. Morse Code has been done away with
Sully2 05/09/16 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping Jackson Hole, Wyo

Any one know of a good RV park in Jackson Hole area? IN the town of Jackson is the Virginian but its lacks in many ways. Has all the amenities but basically it just sucks. At the north end of the valley is Colter Bay CG and its pretty good. Mid valley is Gros Ventre CG but you cant stay in tents many locations so you need something hard sided. ( pronunced Grow Vante) Its the most scenic of all the camping spots
Sully2 04/17/16 02:25pm Family Camping
RE: Camping Jackson Hole, Wyo

Be careful using the "Hole" word after Jackson when in that area. The rich Californians who have taken over are doing their best to remove that designation and are quite militant about it. You will be corrected quite often and be given a lecture by total strangers on why the "Hole" is inappropriate and really does not apply to the town as the hole is actually blah blah blah. The few isolated locals left will agree with you but they will look in both directions and speak low when doing so and tend to keep quiet these days. In 20 years that name will be nothing but a historical artifact and you will have to be worth seven figures to live there and all will be well with the world. Montanans are quite concerned about similar dynamics occurring up here over time. There are many named places up here in danger... But hey my property values are skyrocketing... The TOWN is Jackson....the area is JACKSON HOLE....simple as that regarless of what the right whatso ever's wish it to be.
Sully2 04/17/16 02:21pm Family Camping
RE: Roof Vent

Never did one in a Dodge but many in Chevys and I preferred Ford vans. Measure the size of your roof "square" and buy one to fit your vehicle.. have plenty of good sabersaw blades on hand
Sully2 03/24/16 06:47pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: worth the investment or not?

Hello first off I am new to the forum & new to RVing. A friend has a 96 allegro bay 34ft. motorhome with 1 slide out. It's a 454 on p30 chassis. The rv has about 40,000 miles on it & has been sitting for a couple of years due to the mor-ryde suspension getting weak. I knew it need some roof repair & had a little water damage in the cabnet where he messed up his air horn & water got in. There was also bubbling on the wall in the bedroom. It does start & run & was able to drive it the 2 miles from his house. The good. It drives & I have mor-ryde sending me new suspensions under warranty because he got the wrong ones. So no cost there. The 7000 onan generator works. most lights work. Stove, convection oven, hot water heater, both a/c units all work. Holding tanks all good. outside of motorhome in good shape. New tires. Good batteries. Now the bad It has a bad roof. Much worse than I thought. Will need new rubber & most boards replaced It has complete water damage in the side walls in the bedrooms. (It seems to be 3 mil paneling) But no ceiling or floor damage. The cabinets in bedroom are water damaged & will need to be replaced. The fridge is out. He thinks it leaked the coolent out. The carpet is terrible. It has the auto park light that stays on. Ok so that is most of the stuff that I can think of. The price is FREE if I can fix it up. So my question is? Is it worth investing the time & money in repairing a 20 year old rv? Would love to know what yall think? Any advice, suggestions, upgrades are greatly appreciated. I look forward to reading some of the many posts on here & hearimg back from some more experienced people. I have used forums in some of my other hobbies & it has proved priceless so I'm hoping for the same here. Thanks again. RUN AWAY FROM IT as fast as you can!
Sully2 03/07/16 04:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Country Coach

Gary congrats on the sale. Are you going to down size? I thought I remember you looking at a smaller unit. We only have had our CC for a year but really like it. We still liked out Allure...problem is I got to feeble to drive it!:E Might downsize??...or might give it up and get a station wagon to haul our gear in and motel it....who knows?
Sully2 02/28/16 02:51pm Class A Motorhomes
Country Coach

Looks like about 5 PM today my old jitney will be out of state heading to a new home. It was a good coach, and it killed the bear that almost killed me!...:E I hope the next owner has as much fun as the wife and I did with her!.
Sully2 02/28/16 01:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: class c wreck

More likely, the Tiger driver was "hypnotized" by staring at the rear end of the semi for many miles. As a single RVer, I pull into rest areas on expressways, just to get out, walk around and stretch. If there's an attendant at the rest area, I ask about any problems ahead of me. I also plan my overnights about 300-350 miles apart. A tired or bored driver is a dangerous driver to himself and others. Hey Jim.. What ya been up to guy? We are going to have to hit the breakfast bar at Frisch's again this summer. Sully
Sully2 02/27/16 03:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: IRS mistake

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Sully2 02/26/16 06:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: 450 cu in or 3.3 diesel..?

The figures seem to prove that there is NO free ride. You pay more up front, or more at the pump. However, unless you drive a bunch of miles a year, you will likely never get the purchase price back in MPG and / or resale value. HUH? No one asked about purchase price...etc...etc. And I wont be driving all that many miles each year so that the fuel consumption doesnt bother me...but the question AGAIN is.... The 460 Ford all that more powerful that the 3 liter Mercedes engine?? I Guess they arent installing the 460 engine they are using the V10 motor??)
Sully2 02/26/16 06:20pm Class C Motorhomes
450 cu in or 3.3 diesel..?

Although I doubt a buyer can get his "choice" of engines in the same coach..??..In comparable sized ( weight...etc) coaches do people feel one engine is MUCH more power than the other. Im not worried about MPG as I am in "running our or power" at the top of a STRONG grade when I might be towing something. Any help would be greatly appreciated
Sully2 02/26/16 04:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: is 11 y/o original spare still a spare?

An 11 yr old spare is called a "may pop"..!
Sully2 02/20/16 12:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing 2002 Jeep - Steering wheel lock

Do you tow with the key in the ignition and in the OFF position? Seems like that is asking for someone to steal your Jeep? NOT when you open the ignition with a separate made key and lock the doors with the one on a key fob..!
Sully2 02/13/16 05:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Litter box.. were to put it?

We always kept ours on the floor under the dining table. That way the cats had free access to it whenever.
Sully2 02/10/16 01:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Changing Filters On RV

I buy nothing but the Cummins Fleetguard replacement for my RV.
Sully2 02/01/16 08:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pleasure Way Excel TS V8 or V10?

Buy the V10....Its a proven design and has a great track record
Sully2 01/24/16 11:37am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Honda 2000i

Im a big time believer in Stabil and always squirt a load of it in my 5 gal can before I refill it. Great stuff.!!
Sully2 01/10/16 06:00pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Showers in Class B motorhomes?

I could deal with a sit-on-the-toilet shower. Just seems to me the aisle shower would be a major pain. Its easier to sit on a tree stump and wash out of a bucket!:E
Sully2 12/19/15 03:30pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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