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RE: Running with air

When its HOT...and the sun is coming in thru the big windshiels...you can bet your last buck I have my genset running and every AC unit I have pumping out cool air
Sully2 07/02/15 11:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Body Block Shield (Summit Products)

I clean and polish mine with the same stuff I use on my aircraft windshield so it still looks like new. You can order it on line from Sporty's http://www.sportys.com/pilotshop/catalog........=windshiled+cleaner&q=windshield+cleaner SPORTY'S....right down the road from me at the local airport..!!!
Sully2 07/02/15 09:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: snake skin

In Military parlance... SPECIAL ISSUE: CAT, ONE EACH, FULLY CLAWED, LIVE, HUNGRY. :W OD in color????
Sully2 07/01/15 06:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: snake skin

Don't know if it is possible from the condition of the skin, but I would try and get someone to identify what can of snake it was and then go from there. Knowing my DW, I would tell her before I left; otherwise, it might not be too pleasant should she see the snake while in the motorhome. I guess you could always plead ignorance though! I was told it was the skin from a pygmy rattler!...:E
Sully2 07/01/15 06:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Body Block Shield (Summit Products)

I have the original shield on my Country Coach, been there since August 2001. It has not crazed or turned milky. The only problem is that I have had to replace the rubber grommets. Much better than the plastic film Amen all the way. As far as gromment...I called the company that made mine and they sold me some new grommets and a few new Lexan stand-offs.
Sully2 07/01/15 09:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Body Block Shield (Summit Products)

Thanks for the replies so far. I was told the material that one is made of (Lexan) will yellow with age since the cut sides (top and sides) might not have UV protectant on them. Am hoping to find someone who actually has something similar to see how it has aged. And I'm not surprised they died out. They're fairly heavy and someone compared the look of them to putting plastic covers on a sofa. Mine hasnt yellowed in 15 years! Its taked rock hits that wuld definately have done damage if I wouldnt have had it
Sully2 07/01/15 09:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Maybe I should get an older DP

I agree with Former Boater. Get the DP and you'll love every minute on the road or in a far away CG
Sully2 07/01/15 08:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Please don't do this

I stand between and wife drives the Jeep....and she stands between and I drive at times. You first have to have FAITH in the toad driver and that persons abilities!
Sully2 07/01/15 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TOAD Question

Get it...makes a great toad.
Sully2 06/26/15 11:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A short quiz (for fun)

Memories of past RV vacations and campouts
Sully2 06/23/15 02:35pm Around the Campfire
RE: window sealant

For those silicone haters......please take a moment and look at EVERY DP built in this country and look at what they use to seal ALL of the side moldings after they're painted. I agree 100% ! And for every motorhome owner should look very closly at the "belt line" on their coach. Where the floor and walls meet and the lower part of the coach come in at. That sealant sure as heck aint dicor for GAP putty or??...its SILICONE! Meant to stay in place...seal as long as the coach lasts and not come loose. Silicone is the greatest sealer in the world...:B
Sully2 06/22/15 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Who treats their diesel fuel?

I use Howe's Lubricator and periodically put in a biocide.
Sully2 06/21/15 10:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Blows Tire Causing Roll-Over Video

Eterna bond can fix that...:B
Sully2 06/17/15 08:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Blows Tire Causing Roll-Over Video

The truck driver stated HE was going 70mph. Estimates on the Moho was, IIRC, 80mph based on the 13 second video counting the number of center line stripes he passed while on tape. Way too fast for conditions AND speed rating of his tires...glad they weren't killed but the onus falls directly on the driver...:S So much BUNK! If the tires are RATED at 70 mph...what speed is their actual FAILURE speed! The blowout could have been caused by any one of a dozed reasons
Sully2 06/11/15 02:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How fast do you drive your rig?

My tires (as most 22.5 motor home tires) are only rated for up to 70 MPH. I am not interested in going over that unless I need to overtake another vehicle and want to get it done quickly. The other thing is, if something bad were to happen and it was determined that you are going faster than the tire rating, the lawyers against you will use that to paint the picture of recklessness. THAT is so much "hot gas" it isnt even funny.
Sully2 06/10/15 01:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cincinnati

Go straight thru....you wont have any problems. One place had / has a little construction but its no biggie. Just pay attention and you'll slide right thru
Sully2 06/09/15 06:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Excessive battery corrosion

I'm getting a lot of corrosion on one of my two 6V batteries, enough that I've had to replace the terminal nuts twice in the last year or so. Since I bought my Fleetwood Storm a little over three years ago, I've kept the batteries topped off with distilled water. They occasionally appear like they're low on water, but the level has never gotten so low that the plates are exposed. When I park it in storage, I hit the disconnect switch so they don't run down, and I only plug into shore power when at campgrounds with 30A hookups or when parked in my driveway (15A) when getting ready for a trip, probably 10-20 days a year. Some more background: Last time I checked, the battery with corrosion read about 0.05 volts less than the other battery on my voltmeter, and my cheap hydrometer gave a slightly lower reading on one of the three cells. Also, I'm my Storm's power converter is a WFCO 55-amp model WF-9855. What could be causing all this corrosion? Too much water causes them to gassify and boil out acid. Use new nuts and then installed apply a liberal coverage of plain old VASOLINE and they wont get cruddy after you do. Keep water at the proper level.
Sully2 06/03/15 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dirty Diesel

7 yrs.traveling around USA Rarely used any truck station (too dirty, too busy, too high cost) We fueled at regular stations on secondary/backroads.......lots of times in very small towns. Some name brand stations and some Mom/Pop stations Never had an issue with dirty diesel Ive had ONE in 15 years...and it dont matter where you buy fuel at.
Sully2 06/02/15 12:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pay for garage storage

Id sell a coach before Id pay $450 for a garage to store one.!
Sully2 05/25/15 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any tricks to keeping a motorcycle clean in towed?

A full...total...bike cover
Sully2 05/25/15 01:30pm Class A Motorhomes
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