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RE: Country coach

2003 models, opinions please. cabinetry ? coach quality ?, support? like this one Your close enough to the factory...why not run down there and see what they have in on consignment??? Yep it's only 360 miles. :) just to see what's on their lot? I would call first! And if its worth having...its worth a little footwork to get.
Sully2 01/30/15 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Country coach

2003 models, opinions please. cabinetry ? coach quality ?, support? like this one Your close enough to the factory...why not run down there and see what they have in on consignment???
Sully2 01/30/15 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Country coach

Country Coach is still in business. Yepper!
Sully2 01/30/15 09:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: America’s Miracle Meat: The Story of Spam (+ 3 Recipes)

As I have gotten older my tastes have changed. Now all I have it the "center cut" of Spam........:B
Sully2 01/28/15 04:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: SOS: share your recipe

I use Pioneer white gravy w/pepper mix and dried beef, sometime to please my hubby, I make it with hamburger. Definitely as a change of pace
Sully2 01/28/15 04:03pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: SOS: share your recipe

Chipped beef on toast aka SOS is a classic from mess halls. It's a love it or hate it dish but for those of us who love it, please share your spin on the recipe. Mine is the basic white sauce with sautéed onions, mix in the shredded dried beef, and served on dark toast (almost but not quite burned). What's your recipe? You can put it on toast....or on noodles....even "tater tots". Try it and also put a small amount of shredded cheddar cheese on top.
Sully2 01/28/15 04:02pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Chassis

The Gillig chassis I have now is much better than the Chevy P30 I had. Mike: Why is your RV pic upside down???
Sully2 01/25/15 12:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ADT alarm system???

I had them for 8 years.....dont know why I didnt send them packing before that. You couldnt give me their service now
Sully2 01/24/15 11:38am Around the Campfire
RE: Sweet Spot for DP Odometer Mileage

Its a math formula. Odometer reading divided by interior cosmetics divided by exterior condition times....etc...etc. A coach with 45K miles on it and an interior that looks like hogs were being raised in it...I won buy. Conversely a coach with 65K miles; clean interior and engine oil that appears to have been changed at the 15K milage mark. NOPE! A generator filthier that a rooting hog...nope...not that one either. Its the sum of all its parts that will determine the actual value of a large DP motorhome.
Sully2 01/21/15 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: under sink filtration water discolored

Maybe it's simply a bad filter. If you changed it two weeks ago, I'd return it to the store and ask for a replacement. Before putting the new filter in, make sure the gasket is straight and all the lines are clean. Also check the top of the filter housing to ensure it's clean.....Dennis Times 2..
Sully2 01/20/15 09:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can I take my big truck with me?

Why? You could just as easily drag 7000 lbs of cold pig iron behind you! Trade ; sell..whatever that big truck and get something easier to drive and mUCH lighter to use as a toad.
Sully2 01/20/15 04:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Necessity of a spare?

I have had several blowouts and flats in the over 10 years of RVing. Roadside assistance only will change a tire not provide one. There are two basic pricing schedules for tires 1) normal pricing for a competitive situation during business hours where you can price shop 2) 8 PM on a Saturday night on a holiday weekend in the middle of nowhere If you have a flat in the middle of nowhere you can spend up to $2000 for a single replacement tire, with mounting and balancing. That doesn't mean that you would even get an exact brand of tire I have heard of people getting Chinese knockoff tires at those prices. That sort of people I refer to as total FOOLS. Put the RV somewhere that you can secure it...get in your "toad" and drive the wife and such to a motel...contact persons that can supply/deliver...chance a large tire and then return to the coach and stand guard. When someone arrives with the $2000 no-name tire...send them packing and IF NEED BE repeat the whole process over again. Dont let fear of the unknown and paranoia rule the situation and by all means dont fall into the total fool catagory
Sully2 01/19/15 04:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 American Eagle vs 2000 Safari Zanzibar

Go with the Eagle!
Sully2 01/19/15 04:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 liberty jeep 4X4

Should not be a problem. I had a 2002 Liberty 4x4 that we towed on all four. According to my jeep manual, hook the jeep up to the tow bars. leave the jeep running, shift into neutral then put tranfer box into neutral. turn ignition to off position, not locked position. shift transmission into park. you are ready to tow. Yep! Thats what I do with my 2002 Liberty with auto trans!
Sully2 01/18/15 08:18pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Air Suspension question

" Then turn on the Cruise Control. Press the Set button on the steering wheel. This will increase the idle to about 1500-1800 RPM." Yup, how to make friends in a campground I don't know, which would you prefer -- higher revs/shorter time to air up, or the guy who lets it idle for 20 minutes or longer? The "fast idle" feature is there for exactly that purpose -- get aired up and go. There is no need to let it idle for 20 minutes either. I can dump all the air in my bags, start the coach and be at ride height in less that 5 minutes and go. I never use fast idle SAME HERE!
Sully2 01/18/15 01:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: stress fracture

Id drag it right back to the dealer and go a few rounds with him
Sully2 01/18/15 01:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking at older coaches

I hear ya. I just purchased this oldie a few months ago. http://i.imgur.com/aCLm5oVl.jpg And a top notch coach you got too fella! I had intended on upgrading to a used Magna but got sick and Im "stuck"...:B...with my old heap. Wife loves it though...*S*
Sully2 01/15/15 03:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quetion re: pad for tires on concrete

I park on gravel. The tires lasted eight years. I couldn't use any more time than that because they timed-out anyway. Your right! People over-do items such as their tires and then forget the important items.
Sully2 01/14/15 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A vs. C

class A
Sully2 01/14/15 02:54pm Class A Motorhomes

Get in touch with the card company and totally dispute the charges. Next...go out and find someone totally capable of doing your brakes and have them do them and write down everything they have to replace. Lines...pads...you name it...it gets written down. When the first places disputes what you say tell them you are preparing your CASE to go to court.
Sully2 01/13/15 01:18pm Class A Motorhomes
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