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RE: Lost man

I found a post from 6-18-15 And his profile was updated on 6-19-15. But you're right, inactive for the last year... Much Thanks!
Sully2 12/04/16 10:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

from herewego Last post I found 01/29/13 08:33pm . Thanks for the update
Sully2 12/03/16 01:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost man

Gary (Sully2), good to hear from you again thanks for popping in! Wishing you and the DW Happy Holidays! Hope your making progress with your health issue's? I haven't seen him post in a long time? Makes you wonder how they are doing? Especially, WNY Pat and KIX, fun RV.Net posters, I haven't heard from in a long time! Im still able to stand up and take nourishment. Other than that and its thumbs down....:B COPD never gets any better but its burns my butt that my mountain days are out. Cant take the altitude difference at all. Ive got all winter and next spring to find a small RV....like a small C or a B+ or ?? to do a little tripping in but have to stay away from the trout rivers etc when the "beauty" is. Merry Xmas to you and yours and a Happy New Year and you can give momma big hug for me and pat the critters on the head and tell them Uncle Gary is thinking of them....:B
Sully2 12/03/16 01:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer RVs that are hard to winterize.....grrrrr

It was told to me by Country Coach to BLOW OUT the water lines with compressed air. Using 15 lbs or so feed it in where the outside water feeds in and with drains open it will clean them right out. Helpful if the drain valves have been open for awhile. Its how I emptied my Country Coach for more than 12 years
Sully2 12/01/16 11:16am Class C Motorhomes
Lost man

Anyone heard anything from a guy that used to post here name of "HereweGo"..???
Sully2 12/01/16 11:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer RVs that are hard to winterize.....grrrrr

Get the coupling from Campers World that lets you feed air into your water line. Open all drains and blow out the water with about 15 PSI air pressure.
Sully2 11/29/16 11:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing a Jeep Liberty Diesel

My 2002 Liberty is a gasser but Ive towed it all over for almost 70K miles. Do it..you wont regret it at all.
Sully2 11/29/16 11:22am Dinghy Towing
RE: ? Winter travel

I don't flush the water lines but do open all the valves and drive around for a few miles to assist their draining completely. I then put RV antifreeze in the sink and shower traps along with half a gallon in the black and gray tanks. This has worked fine for the last 7 years and the coach is basically ready to roll 24/7. Just add water to the freshwater tank and roll out. :C Open your drain valves and blow any water out using compressed air. Hook an air hose into your water poont that opens to the outside. About 15 PSI will blow the water out slick as a whistle.
Sully2 11/28/16 01:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 70 to 80 years old ! with a class C

a Class C would be the last thing I would consider if I am in or approaching the bad joint/back/knees, etc. age. I have enough trouble getting out of my bed at my S & B. bumpy Im pondering a class C for purchase next spring...but wont use any front cab space for sleeping.....that will be a LG screen TV. Wife and I like a rear slide out model where a real bed can go out on the drivers sidw and the dinette ( behind the front drivers seat) sticks out a little to make a bed there if needed.
Sully2 11/20/16 02:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing with Blue Ox Aladdin

I was wrong...I had the Adventa II tow bar
Sully2 11/17/16 07:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Coffee

I like Kona....but its tough to get anymore
Sully2 11/16/16 07:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: Toad is getting abused

I towed a Jeep Liberty behind my Country Coach for 12 years...never had rock chip one. They have to hang "right" or they will definitely drag up rocks As already mentioned you also have to have mudflaps behind the tires
Sully2 11/15/16 02:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DW has cancer

Wife and I are pulling for ya partner. Keep a stiff upper lip
Sully2 10/15/16 12:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: Full or empty water tank

In MPG...it dont make doodlie squat difference...in comfort when stopped somewhere ( especially overnight) and no "city water" hook-up.....well you'll never run on empty ever again!
Sully2 10/09/16 09:03am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Nexus class C battery issue

They are just getting a surface charge and thats just enough to fire up the genset. Disconnect the batteries and use a stand along charger on them ( it??) and let them roll and "boil". Each one of both. When finished disconnect it all....let sit 24 hrs and then check the voltage in each with a VOM. Then you have the truth to what you have.
Sully2 10/06/16 08:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Am I nuts?

Taking a cross country trip with a family of 5. I currently don't own an rv, looked at renting one, but was surprised at how much they. My idea, buy a 2-3 old class c rv, use it for 6 months to a year, taking some smaller trips to get use to it. After the cross country trip, sell it. 100% BAD idea...!
Sully2 09/30/16 01:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: RV For Dog Rescue Charity

RENT the van for your trips. Mileage is tax deductible and maybe so is fuel costs..??? Maintenance is on the shoulders of the rental company so you arent in the whole at all for that.
Sully2 09/20/16 07:51pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: replacing my shocks

Put on Koni adjustables. They cost $$$$ but you'll NEVER regret it
Sully2 09/19/16 11:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Financing a motorhome.

Not what you wanted to hear but.......... YOu should have been saving for this starting about 10 years ago. Something in the 5-10 year old range can save you a TON of money if it is in good shape. I have a 28" C and it would be fine if it had a slide out or two. A shorter term loan will save you money on interest. The problem IS......that not every institution will make loans on RV's at a reasonable interest rate. I always advise young people to NOT get in the habit of financing their "toys" and they don't understand it.......until they get to be in your situation and then it's too late. Good luck. You go out of your way to brighten everyones day....dont you?
Sully2 09/18/16 03:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tent Camping Forum

I was always told that if you slept more than 2 feet up off the dirt.....it wasnt camping at all.
Sully2 09/16/16 02:03pm Tent Camping
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