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RE: Genny issue (still)

Have it serviced by a true Onan repairman....done deal then!
Sully2 05/24/15 10:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CoachNet

Instead of spending the money on a spare, install a TPMS for less cost and most likely you will never need your tires replaced except when they age out. WRONGO!!! False dreams in mechanical items....will get ya hurt every time
Sully2 05/22/15 09:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Time to get a new toad

Jeep is rated lowest in quality by Consumers Report. I wouldn't buy one for that reason. I'm a Honda or Toyota fan. On our 6th Toyota and only one was ever in the shop and they paid the repair bill for a new engine. Have run most 230K and 2 Prius or Priii which I guess is plural, 70 K ea and our third is going to go to whatever mileage wears it out. I stopped paying attention to consumer's report ages ago. I found that their reviews and ratings did not match up to my actual experience. we usually tow our '10 Jeep Liberty but occasionally will tow our '03 Jeep Wrangler. for 7-years the Wrangler was the only toad. both have performed admirably. if the OP is looking at Jeep just be sure that there is a manually selectable neutral position in the transfer case. X2. I have no faith in them what so ever. Make that X3.
Sully2 05/10/15 01:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best year for a DP

I'm kind of fond of coaches between 2000 and 2004 for a lot of reasons. Great values available and the quality seems higher than later modes. AMEN!!
Sully2 05/10/15 01:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: yellowstone trip

Take I80 west to Rock Springs, WY and then go north on US 191 right into the south end of the town of Jackson. See what you wish in Jackson Hole ( Grand Teton NP) and when tired head north again on US89 right into the south entrance of Yellowstone. My preference is to go thru the park and stay at Grizzly RV park out the west gate in the town of West Yellowstone.
Sully2 05/03/15 04:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Exercise the Generator or open your wallet

The labor costs to remove; disassemble; clean and re-assemble; then re-installyis close to the same price of a new carb with installation.....hence RV dealers dont want to monkey with cleaning one
Sully2 05/03/15 01:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: fuel filters cummins isc

I use both of these...FS1022 and FS1242 B (seperator)( the B designation gives you the clear bowl on the bottom
Sully2 05/01/15 09:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Zip Dee awning lights

Got a ZipDee awning but no lights. Don't like the idea of taking them down every time I store the awning and then storing the lights. BTW. You do know that ZipDee makes a conversion kit so you don't hook the claw of the rafter arm to the top of the awning but reverses the arm so claw attaches to roller tube. Best investment I've made in my awning. I no longer need the 'magical' awning rod to release the catches on the rafter arm as I can reach up and release them while standing under the awning. pete 2000 40' Country Coach Magna I cant find the so-named conversion kit on any of their pages???
Sully2 04/27/15 02:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Zip Dee awning lights

Got a ZipDee awning but no lights. Don't like the idea of taking them down every time I store the awning and then storing the lights. BTW. You do know that ZipDee makes a conversion kit so you don't hook the claw of the rafter arm to the top of the awning but reverses the arm so claw attaches to roller tube. Best investment I've made in my awning. I no longer need the 'magical' awning rod to release the catches on the rafter arm as I can reach up and release them while standing under the awning. pete 2000 40' Country Coach Magna I only put mine up when Im positive I'll be at sight for a few days..4-5 in fact
Sully2 04/27/15 07:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Zip Dee awning lights

My DW bought some when we first got the coach 13 years ago. They still have not been hung. Of course, I do not like them ...... so never found a solution. Convenient! I on the other hand I DO like awning lights AT TIMES. Since we intend this summer to travel to a certain location and sit for 4-5 days...I thought if the weather was nice we all could sit outside with a "refreshment" and enjoy the evening.
Sully2 04/25/15 12:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Zip Dee awning lights

I just use wooden cloths pins to hang my lights on my awning and in case of bad weather I can just pull them of and get my awning in. I don't have your brand nut has a flap covering the tube and that is what I use. I thank you sir...but I have a hard time believing that only 1 person other than myself is using Zip Dee awnings..? Thanks again
Sully2 04/25/15 08:35am Class A Motorhomes
Zip Dee awning lights

Ive got some great main awning lights but cant figure out how to hang them. Zip Dee main awning has no groove in the main awning tube to slide in hangers..? Anyone using awning lights and Zip Dee awnings together?.. If so let me know what you are using. Sully
Sully2 04/24/15 06:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How many hours a day do you drive?

I used to do 10-11 hrs a day driving but now because of older age an poor health I limit it to 5-6 depending on the route and weather.
Sully2 04/24/15 04:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Upgrading our couch

Want to replaced our sofa in our coach with a sofa bed and can’t decide on the material for couch (want durable but soft and comfortable) and if the mattress should be air or memory foam. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated and thanks in advanced! Foam for the mattress and check out Bradd & Hall for various styles...etc
Sully2 04/22/15 07:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hill Climbing

Downshifting before the hill is easier on the tranny. Would like more information on that one-- this is an Allison 3000 series. Torque converter is locked in all higher gears. The only reason I would downshift (down arrow) is if the transmission in hunting between gears or you are overheating. The OP is doing it EXACTLY correctly (per Cummins): As long as you are not overheating, let RPM lug down to peak torque RPM before downshifting. And by doing THAT....your highway speed can vary considerable. Getting to the top of the hill first isnt any big deal but maintaining a constant...fluid like...highway speed is MUCHO safer
Sully2 04/21/15 07:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: pusher squealing belt

When in doubt go to a Cummins repair place...they can re-tension the belt(s)
Sully2 04/19/15 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will Single A/C cut it?

My question is this - - do the 30 foot class A RVs cool well enough with only one small A/C unit?? I hate to spend 90 grand and still be hot. BTW - we are looking at Fleetwood, Winnebago and one Jayco. Any comments are welcome good or bad. Thanks NO!....simple as that
Sully2 04/18/15 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: does this happen to anyone else

two things first: we spend a ton of cash for our coach so we can have awesome camping vacations, and then DW wants to take vacations doing everything but camping. second: when we actually do schedule a camping vacation, it ends up being the absolute worst weather of the season. It's been raining all week, with no end in sight! Pull a Nancy Reagan and just say NO!
Sully2 04/18/15 08:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: cookware

How about cast iron?
Sully2 04/15/15 02:44pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: What is your toad of choice?

Jeep
Sully2 04/13/15 03:30pm Dinghy Towing
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