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RE: Odorlos and Rid-X RV

Fast relief for stinky holding tanks? Bleach. Dump a quart down your black & gray tanks. Not something you want to do on a daily basis, but it works. Explain just how BLEACH is going to kill blank tank stink..?? IT AINT . . . Works for me. Have you ever tried it? . . . thats how and you take a good chance at ruining your seals in the valves Do you mean the seals in the blade valves that are used to dump the tanks? If so, the "rubber" seals in these valves are probably made of Santoprene (Valterra uses these), and Santoprene is not affected by bleach. I dont have the need to pick up a red hot horseshoe to know I'll get burned..!!!:S As far as the chemical analysis of the seal material itself...I have done that NOR do I state thatthey are PROBABLY made out of Santoprene and have to guess at the results. 1) You STILL didnt explain how bleach kills black tank stick...and.. 2) YOU are GUESSING at the seal material and GUESSING at the results of seal/bleach interface!!!
Sully2 07/27/14 09:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Odorlos and Rid-X RV

Fast relief for stinky holding tanks? Bleach. Dump a quart down your black & gray tanks. Not something you want to do on a daily basis, but it works. Explain just how BLEACH is going to kill blank tank stink..?? IT AINT thats how and you take a good chance at ruining your seals in the valves
Sully2 07/26/14 04:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Want a super clean windshield every day

I use WINDEX that I buy by the gallon at Wally World. Use a 1 gallon pressure sprayer like some might use for bugs and such on their flowers......Fill up with Windex....when ya need it pump it up and it will spray Windex all over the roof if thats where ya want it
Sully2 07/26/14 04:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Odorlos and Rid-X RV

Read what I wrote: RID-X FOR RVs! New product not septic tank Rid-X. Google it and read the description. It dont matter if it says RID-X for BIPLANES. Fill the tank totally....then drain it....do it again.....do it again....LOOK into the tank and see if you can see ANYTHING. If ya can..do it again. WATER is all you need
Sully2 07/26/14 11:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Detroit series 40

Detroit series 40? Is that from the 1920's? The current is Series 60 but 330hp would be too low. Could you give us some details about what you are looking at? ????? Country Coach was installing 330 HP Cat's in coaches as late as 1998..???
Sully2 07/25/14 09:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are large gas motor Rv's underpower?

I don't plan on hitting that hill at 30 mph. probably speed up to 60 or more at the base. bumpy AMEN...that makes 2 of us
Sully2 07/24/14 08:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question about diesel brakes

..........Country Coach went to front disc brakes in the late 90's, and in 2008 switched to all disc brakes....... Not correct Well, excuuuuse me! I should have specified Country Coaches--Allures on up. Even then you are still wrong. My '02 Intrigue still has drum brakes on the front and rear as do other coaches of the era. I don't know when the change over started but definitely not when you stated. So, you are excused :B My Allure is a 2000 model year....drums all around...
Sully2 07/22/14 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are large gas motor Rv's underpower?

I had a 37 ft triple slide with a 8.1 gas engine and passed many dp's climbing hills pulling my toad. Never had a under powered problem. I had back to back lottery winners too. Who do you think is going to be believed first?
Sully2 07/22/14 02:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question about diesel brakes

Many vehicles have disk front and drum rear brakes. Its an easier setup to be able to balance the braking power
Sully2 07/20/14 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which Flat Screen TV ??? recommendations...

If you want a quality tv buy a Panasonic, Sony, or Samsung. If you want a cheap tv buy a Visio or Insignia. I see that you dont know what your talking about....
Sully2 07/20/14 07:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which Flat Screen TV ??? recommendations...

3 Vizio's and looking for more
Sully2 07/19/14 06:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toilets and Slosh Valve

The bowl doesnt have to be "half full"..! Enought water to cover the valve at the bottom and then RIGHT BEFORE and / each usage the person using it adds MORE WATER
Sully2 07/17/14 09:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The search continues off to Fla.

Keep eyeballing that CC lineup Mike!!
Sully2 07/17/14 06:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Chevy P30 fuel pump help

If in fact the engine quit running when you put it in park that would eliminate the fuel pump relay. That relay is completely out of the circuit when the engine is running. (So if you are ever out a hundred miles from nowhere and that relay fails all you have to do to get the engine started is to unplug it and temporarily jumper across two of the connector pins on the harness. Pin A is 12 V & Pin E supplies power to the pump. Only for a couple seconds though till you get the engine started. I'd be a bit careful in that connector. The computer is on Pin D to pick up and drop out the relay. Pin F is the relay coil ground.) That entire fuel pump circuit is 12 V. The wiring diagram says it is picked up from the Ignition source by a 20 amp fuse and then sent to the fuel pump relay and to the oil pressure sending unit - on two entirely different wires. (I've never found that 20 A fuse on my rig, though. It must be picked up somewhere else.) Back at the tank on the driver's side there is a gray wire in a somewhat small harness carrying that 12 volts to the pump. If you want to check to see if that 12 volts is available when the key is turned on go down to the oil pressure sending unit and unplug the connector. One of the three pins should have 12 volts on it. I'd replace that sending unit just for the heck of it, too. They are cheap ($25) and that's all that keeps your pump running when out traveling around. (The fuel pump start relay is a $10 item.) Have fun checking things out. Better at home than parked out along some long lonely road - - at night in the rain. The normal engine mounted pump cant "suck" gasoline the distance it needs to go...hence the AUX pump inside the tank....to help with that problem an it runs as long as the engine is running
Sully2 07/17/14 06:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Chevy P30 fuel pump help

When you are driving down the road power for your in-tank fuel pump is supplied through the oil pressure sending unit. That's at that the front left of the engine and down low of course. When you turn on the key, power is supplied back to the pump through a relay for 2 seconds. To check for that pump running you have to have somebody back there laying down under the tank as you turn the key on. When you turn the key to the start position the relay again provides power back to the fuel pump. As oil pressure comes up when the engine starts power is then picked up by the oil pressure sending unit. That relay is likely located under the dog house over by where your gas pedal is. It is held by a metal clamp. You may also have a multi wire connector at the top back of the tranny sort of down on the side a little through which that power goes back to the pump. Good luck. FUEL is supplied to the engine via the OP sending unit. That way if you are in a wrech or ?? and he engine isnt running ( No OP) the engine doesnt run and keep pumping gasoline
Sully2 07/17/14 06:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Chevy P30 fuel pump help

I'm not sure if they call it a relay but in the dog house mounted near the gas pedal there is a 3inch x 2inch black box that I changed on mine when I was having a hard start problem. Mounted on the plywood floor...under the fiberglass bubble thats the trans tunnel.....right next to your right foot. Fuel pump relay
Sully2 07/16/14 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sanatizing fresh water

I recently spoke with an RVer who was adamant that bleach was the worst thing in the world to sanitize the fresh water system. Said it destroyed rubber seals. He said hydrogen peroxide was a better sanitizer, with no ill side effects. Anyone ever heard of this? Thanks Tell your RV buddy he is full of it. MAYBE is you were constantly running "full bore...high strength" clorox thru your system it might damage a seal or more....but NOT at the dilution rates we RVers are SUPPOSE to be using PERIODICALLY.
Sully2 07/15/14 05:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Introduction

You're in good hands here partner!!
Sully2 07/14/14 11:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recommended Route from Salt Lake City to Jackson WY

I80 east to Rock Springs, WY then due north on US 191 right into Jackson
Sully2 07/12/14 07:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Trade-in Value

No market for them here. I trade mine off to a neighbor in return for some gravel from his stock pile...etc..etc. He uses then on the FRONT of his dump trucks because its all.."11.00-22.5" on the rears
Sully2 07/12/14 08:47am Class A Motorhomes
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