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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
RE: Cody and Thermopolis WY RV Parks

While in Cody...stay at the Ponderosa RV park. Top notch!
Sully2 02/12/15 12:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Parks

Going to San Antonio Tx. Has anyone stayed at either Admiralty RV Resort or Travelers World RV Resort. Thank you. Travelers World is top notch. And dont forget to eat at the small place across the street that looks like the local "knife and gun club" but it really isnt..great food cheap prices
Sully2 02/09/15 07:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is extended warrinty programs a ggod buy for new PD

No. All they do is enrich the seller. Save your money. Put the cost of the extended arranty in a savings account called RV Repairs. I respectfully disagree! If you buy an older MH and you have an engine or transmission go bad you will be looking at 20K or more for either one of them. That is a lot of money for this old retired Chief to pay out. I could however pay the 3K that it cost for a decent warranty that was well researched and most comments were acceptable if not stellar. It is a great deal of peace of mind for me. Worth every penny for that if nothing else. I can replace a lot of refers or AC units but one engine would seriously tick me off! Only my opinion guys and gals. No way it would cost that much $$...and NO...extended warrantys arent worth the paper you sign
Sully2 02/06/15 03:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will It EVER Be Built??

It would never pass the first safety test...let alone all of them
Sully2 02/05/15 04:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: Air Brake Calipers....YIKES !!! (UPDATE)

If they were damaged by being somewhere..???...that got flooded....why isnt insurance paying for new ones?
Sully2 02/05/15 02:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air Brake Calipers....YIKES !!! (UPDATE)

The whole point of the post was to mention an unexpected high cost repair. It had nothing to do with comparing a bottle rocket to shoes. :R This was certainly not the first post on this board about an unexpected repair cost. There have been the $7000 radiators that corroded away. There have been the cracked head. There have been the hydraulic fan motor, and so on. There has been the $10,000+ failed engine. They are all unexpected repairs, that have nothing to do with the perceived value because you bought a high end coach. Obviously Dennis was shocked at the cost, hence his post. Sometimes stuff happens and it can be expensive if it is a Class A RV. It does not matter if it is a high end newer DP or an older DP that someone purchased for $50,000. Parts sometimes fail and those parts can wreck a budget if you are living on the edge with your loan payments. The coach in question is ten years old. When people come here asking about buying a ten year old coach they need to be made aware that parts can fail and even tho the coach is selling for a lot less than it did when new, that does not mean that those repairs are going to be discounted as well. I agree with you completely. Last fall I had a charge of close to $5500 because ( mainly) a bad CAC....I sure didnt like it but I just paid it and went on. As an afterthought...maybe I should :B have left it there and traded for a gasser...
Sully2 02/04/15 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air Brake Calipers....YIKES !!! (UPDATE)

A rebuilt one from Chine is 1000% better than one thats rusted and doesnt work!!!..:E..:S
Sully2 02/03/15 03:20pm 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??? 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
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