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RE: Cummins CAC

Anywhere from 1.4 to 2.0 large $1400 PLUS the engine oil cooler thats made onto it is another $1250..!!!!!!!!:E
Sully2 10/01/14 07:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is DynoMax made by Freightliner?

CC purchased parts from every where and assembled them to or on there own designed raised rail chassis. If they purchased front end components from FTL then I would assume they would use FTL specs in the assembly. I just got the shop report from the RV Dealer that had the alignment done on my coach 4 days before I took delivery. I have a 2006 Country Coach with a DynoMax Chassis, the shop report used the spec's for a Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp: 1995: XB/XC/Powerline Chassis with/ Independent Front Suspension. Is this correct? Is DynoMax made by Freightliner? The front end is not a Freightliner part. It could be either a Holland or Neway. The DynoMax chassis was made in house at the Country Coach factory My coach is a Neway...
Sully2 10/01/14 07:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is DynoMax made by Freightliner?

The Dyno is a CC exclusive chassis. If the alignment specs are needed call CC and they can email you the pamplet that has the specs in it for your coach to be aligned properly
Sully2 09/30/14 07:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: stuff needing repair

Problems?..Naaawww We class A owners never have problems! Dropped my coach off at Cummins last Thursday to fix a few small problems. Between cracked exhaust manifold; CAC thats leaking like a SOB...and a few small items...:@...the tab looks to be close to $6000 by the time its all over with. Fun gets expensive Ouch!! That hurts!!! I got a call from CC today...that my oil cooler is part of the CAC pkg so its another $1250...:E:E By the time its done I'll probably be "stroking out"!!!:B
Sully2 09/30/14 02:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Life lesson - In case you're not aware

I thought that it was common knowledge that you would let ANY of the CC companies know when you were about to travel out of your area. Been doing it for years with no problems. Correcto. If you call BEFOREHAND amd tell them you are in (town) and will be going to (town) and be gone for a few weeks....might buy something going or coming...they dont mess with turning the card down. I didnt know it and my wife started doing it for us 30 years ago...so now I always make sure its done. First one that cuts me off will be the last time I use that card
Sully2 09/30/14 01:51pm Class A Motorhomes
Cummins CAC

Anyone know what a CAC for an ISC Cummins will set a guy back...$$$$-wise?
Sully2 09/30/14 09:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: stuff needing repair

Problems?..Naaawww We class A owners never have problems! Dropped my coach off at Cummins last Thursday to fix a few small problems. Between cracked exhaust manifold; CAC thats leaking like a SOB...and a few small items...:@...the tab looks to be close to $6000 by the time its all over with. Fun gets expensive
Sully2 09/29/14 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power Tech Diesel Generator

I have the 8kw PowerTech in my own Country Coach and mine uses a Kubota engine
Sully2 09/27/14 11:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Questions for Nexus Owners

I have a Nexus 28P and the dry weight was at 11,000 lb's. That would give me 3500 lb's. to carry before going over the 14,500 range. I have not weighed it at all 4 corners. I had them install a spare tire carrier under the rear of the unit. I had 3 flats on my previous MH, and would like to think that I can change a tire myself, if I ever have another flat. I went with the "no slideout" 28P but now my wife and I are thinking we need to upgrade to something with a slideout. I would consider going back to Nexus if we do get serious about getting a new unit. A 28P is the one the wife and I are eyeballing. We plan on a factory tour sometime in late October
Sully2 09/27/14 10:20am Class C Motorhomes
RE: What is the best Tow Bar

I used a blue ox Adventa II. I would recommend one that stays on the back of the motorhome and has levers to release it, not slip rings. bumpy Times 2 all the way around!
Sully2 09/27/14 08:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Small steel wires protruding from rear bag rr10

Discovered small pieces of wire in the side of one rear air spring. They don't pull out. Do Firestone bags have steel wire in them like tires? No leaks, but maybe the bag is failing. Recently had a blowout (GY) on that axle, but the wires are all around the surface of the bag. They are <1/2" long and are like spring steel piano wire. Thats exactly what they are. As suggested get the bag replaced ASAP
Sully2 09/25/14 09:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Brand new Class C owner and RVer

Get that rubber OF ASAP and switch to 16" rims. The number of good 16" truck tires you can use is short of a multitude!
Sully2 09/24/14 03:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: E 450 V 10 MPG

Most RVs wouldn't get 10 MPG on the way down if it fell out of a tree. Just remember that you're driving a house. You got that right "Jim"...:B Someone MIGHT break 10 MPG but its not going to be a constant.
Sully2 09/23/14 02:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Oil Changes,Where?

Walmart Super stores will do it here where I live.
Sully2 09/23/14 01:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: AirTab

I wouldnt put them on a Gitney that I drove back and forth to the outhouse. No different that nitrogen in the tires...tell enough people that "X" is great and you'll have everyone saying that its great. Someone stated that they arent on all new coaches because they cost money. Who you trying to fool anyway? The builders dont install them because they do no good and if there was even an iota of proof that they actually inproved fuel comsumption....buyers would insist on them
Sully2 09/21/14 05:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best of the Best???

If you end up with a Ford chassis, either the E-350 or E-450, be sure and get the 55 gallon fuel tank. I think it is standard on the 450 and an option on the 350. Check out the Viper series of B+'s from Nexus RV. I am biased but it is based upon a very good experience with our Nexus Phantom 23P(see my sig). Ours came with a quality innerspring mattress that is probably the most comfortable bed we have ever owned. Other high end/quality features are steel framing, fiberglass roof and end caps, electric power 5 way drivers seat, electric awning, heated tanks etc., and all of this factory direct and priced accordingly. Good Luck! :B Many thanks capt. and the 450 is all Id even think of because the GCWR on a loaded 350 is too low. Again...many thanks
Sully2 09/20/14 06:27pm Class C Motorhomes
Best of the Best???

Knowing the term "best" is all relative. Im considering a classB+ van conversion. High top model. And I see many different brand names and online advertisements for various models. The wife and I dont need much in the way of comforts. A good bed is one; sufficient A/C is another...etc. It appears that either a Ford chassis or a Mercedes is what is being built on and I have no preference either way except I do want a coach with pretty decent cruising range.....so something with the proverbial "5 gallon" gas tank is going to hack it. What brand and models do YOU like? Any helpful pointers greatly appreciated! Sully
Sully2 09/20/14 02:06pm Class C Motorhomes
Best of the Best???

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 27962092
Sully2 09/20/14 02:06pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Bridgestone/Firestone Tires

It's time for new tires on the MH. 275/70R 22.5. I stopped by our local Les Schwab tire store today to ask about the FMCA Michelin Advntage program. After explaining it to me, he said that he has sold a lot of the Bridgestone/Firestone tires lately. From what I can find out, there is a savings of about $800 on the out the door price between the Bridgestone/Firestone over the Michelin tires. Does anybody have any experience with these Bridgestone/Firestone tires or have any comments on them? Jerry Im running them on my own rig at present ( 12R-22.5) and they beat the socks off of GY tires I had been using
Sully2 09/19/14 04:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine Oil

The 5-20 is used for the cam timeing not the epa. Stay with 5-20. Why Take à chance? Bob There's a new one every day! WHILE OPERATING the cams wont vary 1 iota whether 5W-20 or 10W-30 motor oil is used!
Sully2 09/18/14 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
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