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RE: freightliner service vs RV dealer

I agree with "Freightliner"...
Sully2 11/19/14 07:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roof replacement 2000 Bounder

You may not agree, but the difference is I am a PROFESSIONAL ... A professional of / at WHAT? There is no such thing as a "professional" roof replacer. In narrow usage, not all expertise is considered a profession. Although sometimes referred to as professions, occupations such as skilled construction and maintenance work are more generally thought of as trades or crafts. The completion of an apprenticeship is generally associated with skilled labor or trades such as carpenter, electrician, mason, painter, plumber and other similar occupations. A related distinction would be that a professional does mainly mental work, as opposed to engaging in physical work. So whereas you may have installed many ..??.. new roof coverings on RV/s you are by no means a professional
Sully2 11/19/14 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water filters

EverPure does I believe
Sully2 11/18/14 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Put MH on boards or not for winter

Park it on gravel and pump up the tires. Cover them definitely so the side walls dont get sun blasted
Sully2 11/18/14 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chains for driving on snow and ice

Better idea is dont go anywhere you need chains to get around!!
Sully2 11/16/14 05:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coolant capacity

Good advice. Do you know the capacity? Buy plenty. You can always take back UNOPENED jugs and get your $$ back.
Sully2 11/16/14 04:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering this used Class A.......

I would not be concerned about the 250 HP Cummins 8.3 liter C engine in terms of power. I WOULD check the coolant-- it is a linered engine. You sure about that? If its the older 8.3 displacement it MAY HAVE liners.....but if its the newer 8.3 version it dont have..!!!
Sully2 11/16/14 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driving and reaching all controls

I was reading a review of Class A that I think I want to buy for FT in MH magazine. Reviewer commented he couldn't see backup/sideview camera monitor without a lot of stretching from driver's seat. I am now concerned that as I am shorter than many folks I may find that to be the case with lots of Class A's. I am 5'4" if I stand real straight. I also know I have short arms and legs, so will have to adjust seat forward to reach pedals. I am accustomed to driving F150 as daily driver, and have driven a class C, but now am worried about driving a Class A. Is this likely to be a problem? Am I going to have a hard time finding one I can adjust to see mirrors, camera monitors correctly? You get items adjusted for your usage....the next guy may not be able to use the coach worth a D*** but all you need to worry about is YOU
Sully2 11/16/14 01:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering this used Class A.......

Good morning everyone! I am possibly looking into this RV and wanted to get everyone's opinion! I am still back and forth. I have an inspection company lined up that performs the 3-6 hour inspection, testing all systems. Any opinions on this diesel motor? Should I stick with a gas RV? Anything else I should consider? 1994 Holiday Rambler Imperial 36' diesel pusher Asking price is $15k OBO PICTURES LINK! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ajvct5d9of9igg0/AAATb1d2_oRg6zC9dRQkVtf-a?dl=0 Thanks again! From Seller: "36' diesel pusher with 140,000 miles (just getting broken in). Great starter coach with strong Cummins 8.3L 250 hp Mountain Master Spartan chassis, legendary six speed Allison World transmission. Recently returned from long trip (9-10 mpg even in mountains), 8500 kw diesel generator, durable fiberglass roof, aircraft aluminum sidewalls (no delamination worries), separate ice maker, 50 amp service. Large walk-through bath with washer/dryer and plenty of storage space. Everything works. Coach has new Sumitomo tires (P235/80 x22.5) and batteries (both installed within last six months), air ride and brakes are great. Coach has a 10 gallon water heater, ducted or direct cold air (flip a lever), tile floor in bath, corian counter tops, hardwood flooring in kitchen/dinette area in very good condition (no flooring soft spots throughout coach). The coach is ready for cross country or wherever your heart may lead you. " Nothing wrong with the 250 HP version....its just a lower power version that they started out with is all. Sumitomo tires are close to horse manure IMHO and too small in most. Get a larger size. As noted aluminum sidewall skins CAM EASILY delaminate because the glue goes bad Id offer 10K because I know what I was offered by a dealer for mine and its a 2000 Country Coach with 51XXX miles on it.
Sully2 11/16/14 08:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toyo Tires from Les Schwab

I want to replace our tires on our 34 Super C Seneca. We are looking at Michilen and Toyo. Does anyone have positive or negatives about Toyo? Id take the Toyo's 50 times before Id mount a michie!!
Sully2 11/14/14 10:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Scepter vs Imperial

Do yourself a favor and buy the Tiffin. Holiday was close to bankruptcy in 2007 I believe. And make sure they toss in maps to get back to Red Bay for multiple repairs
Sully2 11/13/14 07:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dextron 3

Your trans may have Transynd Synthetic Fluid in it. JR Better not be in his HYD reservoir. Dexron 3 or nothing
Sully2 11/13/14 01:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dextron 3

That would be Dexron. No t. Correct....no T in Dexron.
Sully2 11/13/14 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery wiring problem. Everything stopped

Thanks everyone. Had a mobile tech out to look at it. Wired it correctly and checked it out and everything worked. Fired up and purred. Everything worked. I got lucky. No fried wires relatively low cost lesson learned. Hoo-rah vets NOW take some pics of the wiring....from all angles and not only store them on your PC but print them out and keep inside the coach
Sully2 11/11/14 01:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel prices finally falling !!

$5.28 per U.S Gallon here in Kamloops B,C. today.. You guys are laughing at $3.50 ish per gallon in the U.S. !!!!! Thats because they bring it into town on the backs of burros in 5 gal cans!!!!:E
Sully2 11/11/14 08:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel prices finally falling !!

Both gasoline AND diesel fuel were posted at $2.78-gallon this past friday
Sully2 11/09/14 04:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator Running out of Gas

I think a Cummins / Onan tech should take a good long look at it!
Sully2 11/08/14 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Country Coach gives update on new motorhome production

If it's what they say it's going to be, I just might be interested. CC has always been near the top of my list. Hope it's priced competitively....Dennis Im not sure if they will allow escapees from CC to get back in the family again?????.....:S..:h
Sully2 11/08/14 12:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery replacement

While a 8D battery might 'seem' heavy at 120 pounds, these I see are 163 pounds. I hope that you have some strong friends to help install them. Also it shows that you googled them. Can you pick them up nearby, or do you have to drive a long ways? Most shippers do not handle batteries, as when the tip or leak, they become a huge problem. AGM batteries will not leak, perhaps that is why they can be shipped. However packages over 100 pounds are not shipped by places like UPS, unless they are on a pallet. If the L6 terminal is your standard car size battery terminal then it should work out well. Yet if it is a 3/8" bolt type terminal, it might be a little small for the starting amperage to go through it. Being designed for primary standby use, it might have either terminal. . . I happen to like golf cart batteries, with a 220 amp hour capacity in two easy to lift 67 pound packages. I run Trojan T-105 batteries. Trojan is another popular battery supplier. Check your local golf cart company, they might be able to supply your batteries, and by adding your 4 batteries to their order, it can bring them into a special pricing - because of the larger value order. Normally Trojan delivers on their own trucks to many locations. Good luck! Fred. Would two of these be equevellent to two of the 8Ds? http://i.imgur.com/o6FB5Yxl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1CIRlV8 Mike: You really only need a single 8D for starting and that doesnt have to be an AGC type. For the rest of the batteries they do not NEED to be 8D and 4 of those 27 series wired together are more than adequate for coach juice
Sully2 11/06/14 08:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

We are going from California to Florida on Interstate 10 next week and as I look at the route it appears that taking I12 in Baton Rouge would be a good idea to avoid all the traffic around New Orleans. Any thoughts or comments? You got it Arch....take I12
Sully2 11/05/14 11:19am Class A Motorhomes
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