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RE: Thor Super C (Chateau/Four Winds) improvements and mods

I also have the 33SW, but I had a leak in the water pump almost a year ago, and when I found it (at that time) it was a lose connection, and my converter was right next to the pump as yours is. Well guess what, it shorted out the converter. I moved the converter after that to a higher location and out of the way. You might want to check into that yourself.
Yosemitebobr 11/30/16 09:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thor 33sw Water Leak in Storage Compartment

Mine leaked too, until I ran a bead of silicon all around the point of contact of the basement attachment points and I ran another bead on the inside - no more leak. In rain the tires threw the water right up to the underside of your motorhome right where the basement units are attached. They have foam, but it's a hit or miss, and usually a miss with the foam being in the right place when they attach them. Mine have been that way for a year now and no leaks. I drive to Washington a lot from California, so lots of rain.
Yosemitebobr 11/02/16 05:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Super C ratings

I don't know much about the coaches themselves, other than it seems like DynaMax owners are generally really happy, and Thor owners tend to be less happy. I personally would won't buy any diesel with the Bosch CP4 fuel pump, which includes the Ford diesel. $13,000 fuel pump replacements after warranty are not something I ever want the possibility of. My FP (fuel pump) on my F550 is located on the frame rail behind the driver, not in the fuel tank, and $13,000?? not sure where you got that price. Pump is $230.00 - $320.00 new. 238.00 on Ebay. From the Service Manual: The fuel system for the high-pressure common rail direct injection turbocharged diesel engine: is controlled by the PCM. utilizes a diesel fuel conditioning module, which contains an electric Fuel Pump (FP) and incorporates a fuel filter and water separator assembly. The electric FP : draws fuel from the fuel tank. circulates fuel at low pressure through the 10 micron fuel filter located in the diesel fuel conditioning module to the engine mounted secondary fuel filter and fuel injectors to initially fill the hydraulic couplers. The fuel is filtered through the 2 to 4 micron engine mounted secondary fuel filter, and then supplied to the high-pressure fuel injection pump. Fuel is returned from the injectors through the fuel injector return hose and combines with fuel being supplied to the inlet of the engine mounted secondary fuel filter. Fuel that is returned from the fuel rail combines with fuel being returned from the high-pressure fuel injection pump and passes through the frame mounted fuel cooler to the diesel fuel conditioning module. The diesel fuel conditioning module contains a thermal recirculating valve that, based on fuel temperature, allows the returning fuel to be sent through the fuel conditioning module or sent back to the fuel tank. I should say to the original poster, I have a Thor 33SW diesel on a Ford F550 chassis, and I really love it. Yes, we had warranty issues, so a lot I took care of myself, I'm pretty handy with both house and chassis and things I thought should have a record, I gave to the dealer as warranty issues. Mine must have been build on the right hour and the right day, as I have not had even a fraction of what I've read. Most of the problems with the Thors were prior to 2015. Big issues in 2014, but they had been worked out. Price is about where you are looking, but less than the others. Good luck I hope you find what you are looking for.
Yosemitebobr 07/28/16 10:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Any thoughts on Four Winds Super C

If I was considering another Super C that would probably be my last choice, if I was going production I would probably go Nexus Ghost or Dymamax....after that Renegade or Showhauler... Awesome! It's all I had hoped for. Yes, I had some warranty issues, as most do, but they have been fixed and from here on, it's mine.
Yosemitebobr 05/23/16 10:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Super C

Was thinking of moving to a super C. Can anyone steer me in the right direction as who has quilts and who makes junk. Thanks in advance What is one mans junk is another mans treasure! :B
Yosemitebobr 05/23/16 08:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Just bought the Four Winds 35SF Super C

Another way, I just saw at a dealers lot, was to cover the frame with black velour or another color, and put your own pictures in it's place. I don't know, I just left mine as is, they don't bother me, and besides it gives my wife someting to grip about, she hasn't said anything about all my remotes all over the walls LOL OH, and congratulations on your new toy
Yosemitebobr 05/23/16 11:16am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mixing AGM and Sealed Acid Batteries

I agree, it does not answer my underlying question of whether or not I can mix AGM with Sealed Acid Batteries. I was responding to whether there was a switch on the charger. It appears to be automatic. As I indicated earlier, I will need to check with Jayco to determine if the house charger charges the chassis batteries. Unless someone on this forum knows the answer. Thanks Ken Ken, if your MH has a BIRD (Bi-Directional Isolator Relay Delay) then yes, your charger is charging all batteries in your MH, including chassis. Check to make sure, if you have this, you need to keep all batteries the same.
Yosemitebobr 05/23/16 09:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Boondocking???

I didn't see in your carry along things - a fist aid kit, pretty much a necessity. Have a blast!!
Yosemitebobr 05/23/16 12:05am Tent Camping
RE: Lightweight tent

I have found that one man tents don't give you enough room for your gear as well. I like to sleep close to my gear, but on it or it over me. I have a two man tent that weighs in just at 2 lbs. My wife and I backpack quit a lot. We are both in our upper 60's, but find the John Muir Wilderness Area quite enjoyable, starting from the Bishop Creek Trail Head.
Yosemitebobr 05/22/16 11:55pm Tent Camping
RE: Thor Super C (Chateau/Four Winds) improvements and mods

Whirlpool fridge just went out and is too big for the door so will have to be repaired. Any diagnostics anyone can suggest? Got a trip next weekend! If it's too big for the door, how about the window? Remove the window and frame and more it in that way.
Yosemitebobr 05/22/16 07:05pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Brakemaster by Roadmaster

I ended buying the BrakeMaster, I like it. Now to use it and see how it works Thanks all.
Yosemitebobr 05/05/16 12:24am Dinghy Towing
RE: Inverter and battery charging

If your refregerator draws .5 amps and you have 100ah battery your good to about 20 hours, not counting draws from the inverter itself, and whatever else you have plugged to it. I don't know what your TV draws or anything else you will be using it for. 1000w is not a lot, as a matter of fact 70ah is pretty small.
Yosemitebobr 05/04/16 07:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thor chateau super C 33sw Windows opening

I have a 2015 FourWinds 33SW same as yours actually, just drove 2800 miles without a problem, not what you wanted to hear I'm sure, but what can I say.
Yosemitebobr 05/04/16 01:51pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tires for a class c

You not stepping on anyone's toes here, any information is good to know. Thank you
Yosemitebobr 04/08/16 12:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tires for a class c

Check the plate on the door to see what is required for you Class C, some go as high as 225 R70 x 19.5 load range G. Make sure you get at least what is required for your coach.
Yosemitebobr 04/05/16 02:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Installation costs of braking systems

Blue Ox base plate 350.00 Blue Ox 10,000lb bar 800.00 wiring with diodes 150.00 battery tender 50.00 drop hitch 8" 120.00 brake SMI 1,200.00 installation all me total 2,670.00
Yosemitebobr 03/15/16 08:02pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Brakemaster by Roadmaster

Thank you Hikerdogs, good info.
Yosemitebobr 03/14/16 04:45pm Dinghy Towing
Brakemaster by Roadmaster

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 28791999
Yosemitebobr 03/13/16 06:38pm Towing
Brakemaster by Roadmaster

Looking for any reviews from people that have either used this, or moved away from it. I like the idea of this device, I like that it will use direct braking from my motorhome. I feel I can install it per the instructions, but I would really like some feed back on it first. One of my main questions would be what does it do to the existing warrenty. I have a 2015 Four Winds Super C on a F550 it has years of warrenty left. I just bought it at the end of this last year.
Yosemitebobr 03/13/16 06:38pm Dinghy Towing
RE: New RV rs

yes it does have the three slides, we didn't take a lot of time at the dealership, but they walked us through the whole operation and everything seemed to work properly. when I try to log in on my phone it says unable to find an active member with this user name and password. works fine on laptop, Three slides on a SW, I thought that was a full wall slide, must have changed. hmmm. So how are you liking it?
Yosemitebobr 03/08/16 08:13am Class C Motorhomes
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