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RE: Opposing Slides

If I needed all that much space...Id just lease a condo.!!!
Sully2 03/28/15 10:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: DP search

Did you start the engine also? I would start the engine take it for a short ride check for leaks and if all looks well it could be a great deal. I would make sure that the generator is generating electricity because I would worry more about the windings in the generator rusting and having to replace the generator than the engine itself. Arent the windings normally copper wire? Kinda hard for them to "rust"!??
Sully2 03/19/15 02:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil/tranny fluid change

Were going away in a few weeks and want to change both. I need about four feet of snow to melt to get rv out and once out I won't be able to get it back to its parking spot due to soggy grass. Do you think with engine running at high idle for 20-30 min would heat oil up enough? What about tranny would draining and re filling cold be sufficient. Drain oil asap with a new filter cold. Check fuel filters also. Let tranny go until late spring or summer and do it all with both filters, etc, etc. Go with Transynd then!! Check coolant level...grease slack adjusters on the air brakes and give the driveshaft a hit of grease. Your ready to roll then
Sully2 03/13/15 11:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Bar Pins

Oh, and by the way...when posting mechanical components and "manly" hardware for us "men" to discuss, you may want to loose the flowerey table cloth! :p:B:B:B:B You beat me to it !...that table cloth made my eyes bleed..:W....just sayin....Dennis :B:B:B:B:B...Sorry Mike! BTW, did you find any pins yet? No luck finding grade 8 pins. Looks like I can get grade 5 from that tractor place or online. I gotta hurry up because were leaving in a few weeks on a trip.
Sully2 03/11/15 05:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Bar Pins

Oh, and by the way...when posting mechanical components and "manly" hardware for us "men" to discuss, you may want to loose the flowerey table cloth! :p:B:B:B:B You beat me to it !...that table cloth made my eyes bleed..:W....just sayin....Dennis :B:B:B:B:B...Sorry Mike! BTW, did you find any pins yet? No luck finding grade 8 pins. Looks like I can get grade 5 from that tractor place or online. I gotta hurry up because were leaving in a few weeks on a trip. Mike: grade 2 pins will work fine. They will bend long before they reach the breaking point. I picked up 2 full sets at Tractor Supply to backup my factory pins. Get a bag of cotter pins while your there and those big pins dont have to be exact length as long as they penetrate fully abd you can stick the cotter pin thru. please excuse the typing as im doing it with 1 finger on left hand.... i broke my right arm yesterday and cant do squat with the left...
Sully2 03/11/15 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When will RV Manufacturers be concerned with quality?

Quality will not improve as long as buyers continue to except and even make excuses for the poor quality. People say that they are complex so you have to expect some problems. There in nothing complex about an rv. They have several very simple systems. They just don't assemble them well.People say the buy tiffin because they have a great repair facility. If the built them right the first they wouldn't need a fancy repair shop. People say there are problems because want them cheap. These things are not cheap for what they are. I can't think of another industry where such poor quality control is so excepted. AMEN!!
Sully2 03/11/15 11:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: When will RV Manufacturers be concerned with quality?

"When will RV Manufacturers be concerned with quality?" When more RV buyers are prepared to pay for it, not just the cheapest they can get!! BINGO!!
Sully2 03/09/15 11:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What happened to Chevy???

Buy a diesel..!
Sully2 03/07/15 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: National Tropi-cal with Spartan Chassis?

The hitch is 7500, but I assume the engine can handle something different Then its a 7500 lb limit hitch
Sully2 03/06/15 04:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Used Diesel Motorhomes

After having a few DP's and gassers I know that a lot of DP's are very noisy up front. Not from engine noise but from air leaks around the front door, especially as they age and the door seal deteriorates. All DP's are not as quiet as some people would like you to believe. The wind noise can be very high. Whats THAT have to do with "gas or diesel"?.. NADA..thats what
Sully2 03/05/15 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Used Diesel Motorhomes

I use mine just like you said you use yours but hoping to use it more. I don't buy into the diesel sitting garb. A gasser dosent like to sit either. My Ford diesel sat for over a year without being used and had no problems with it. How about all the farmers that let their equipment sit and use it a few months. For me the ride and brakes are number one even if I'm just going across town. I would look for a older high quality DP. AMEN....*high5*
Sully2 03/04/15 06:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Location of ECM on an ISC350

On my Fleetwood American Coach, the ECM for my ISC is located in the same compartment as my battery bank right behind the rear wheels. Hi Larry and thanks for the input. We too have an ECM there but ours is the ECM for the Allison. Cheers. My tranny ECM was located all the way up front attached to the floor under the drivers seat
Sully2 02/26/15 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Location of ECM on an ISC350

On my Fleetwood American Coach, the ECM for my ISC is located in the same compartment as my battery bank right behind the rear wheels. Same with my ISC 330 engine
Sully2 02/26/15 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: By pass El Paso

As reported...just grit your teeth and have at it!
Sully2 02/19/15 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michelin vs Toyo

Toyo's get my vote!
Sully2 02/18/15 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Balancing of tires

I will be replacing my tires soon. I have a question about balancing. Which is a better balancing procedure........ spin balance or equal ? Also..... should you balance all six or just the two front ? Balance all tires..! Ive had great balancing done with Equal....and Ive had great balancing done with bubble balancing on a spin balancer and added weights. If the operator knows what they are really doing...either method works fine....if they dont know what to do or are sloppy...you just get a mess
Sully2 02/18/15 02:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Price difference question?

X6 Go for the more $$ one
Sully2 02/14/15 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: To cover or not?

Cover them..!
Sully2 02/14/15 07:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel service near Louisville Ky.

Join the Cummins Power Club....costs about $20...and then take it to Cummins. Being a Power club member gets you either??...10 or 20% off...10% I think BTW...the Cummins joint in Louisville is a good one. Ive been there before
Sully2 02/13/15 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel service near Louisville Ky.

Join the Cummins Power Club....costs about $20...and then take it to Cummins. Being a Power club member gets you either??...10 or 20% off...10% I think
Sully2 02/13/15 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
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