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RE: no power to map light

Extra fuse panel on a MH to me would indicate possibly a fuse in the house panel. In other words at the converter.
donn0128 10/03/15 09:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 Arctic Fox 1140 ?

They have had some delamination issues in the past. Check carefully for that. AFs are heavy, I think you will be unhappy on a SRW truck, but pleased with quality.
donn0128 10/03/15 09:09pm Truck Campers
RE: Re decal motor home

Mobile sign shops do this all the time. As at your local RV dealer for the name of who they use to replace graphics on used RVs. One side of my fiver cost me 500 dollars. Next time Ill strip and paint the graphics back on myself.
donn0128 10/03/15 09:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: winter weather...

That should snuf out all the fires.
donn0128 10/03/15 06:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: EGR valve replacement 1997 Ford E350 V-10

Code returns tells me there is a fault. EGR clogging is not uncommon. New EGR is cheap and easy to replace. Install a new one, clear any codes and go on your way. If it is by chance a sensor the error will come back and you will know.
donn0128 10/03/15 05:16pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What Battery Mfgr?

There are only a couple of actual manufacturers, so your real choices are few. If as you say you boondock a lot and have the room, golf cart batteries are your best option.
donn0128 10/03/15 05:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Pacific Northwest suggestions needed

6 weeks is probably not enough time for visiting us. 101 along the Pacific can take that long. Not to mention central/eastern Oregon. SW of Portland is another wine country worth exploring. If your bringing off road toys be aware you will need permits for off roading places like the dunes on the coast.
donn0128 10/03/15 12:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winter RV storage near Portland Oregon

There is a really large storage facility in Troutdale right on Marine Drive. This one is about 7 miles due east of PDX
donn0128 10/03/15 12:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: RVQ question

There is no substitute for heavy duty quality products. Bought a Q100 a couple of years ago. Was concerned that the low BTUs would not cook well. Turns out my concerns were unfounded. The cast grate when hot sears steaks to perfection easily. The key is letting it get hot. Did buy onenof those fancy SS grills from CW several years ago. One trip and realized what a mistake that was. After several flame outs for no reason and total failure within three weeks, took it back with no regrets.
donn0128 10/03/15 09:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Robust Digital Camera for Camping

Canon and I think Nikon both offer water proof digital cameras in the 200 dollar price range.
donn0128 10/03/15 09:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Horrible Fuel mileage update

Yup! So many folks go small thinking they will get fantastic fuel economy, when it doesn't happen they wonder why? Real life happens. My real smart brother bought a eco boost and towing a Jayco ultralight gets a whopping 9MPG. Heck, towing my 13,500 pound fiver with my dually I can get 10.5 all day. It is all in how your TV is equipped, and having the right tool for the job.
donn0128 10/03/15 08:57am Tow Vehicles
RE: EGR valve replacement 1997 Ford E350 V-10

Two bolts, a gasket and usually one wire. How hard can it be?
donn0128 10/03/15 08:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: I have a weight dilemma.. what would you do?

Way too much trailer for any 2500 series truck. You need a dually if you really want to travel.
donn0128 10/02/15 08:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Banks Upgrade Question... Voids Ford Drive Train Warranty?

A mfg can basically void a warrenty if ANYTHING is done to their product. Do your research, you will never recover the cost, and any increases can create problems down stream.
donn0128 10/02/15 04:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Time to Troubleshoot the furnace

Propane? 12VDC? Demand? Those are the three things you need to have to have heat!
donn0128 10/02/15 03:37pm Tech Issues
RE: newbie can't figure out battery replacement

Depending on battery box size, you can for sure use a GP24, and maybe a GP27 deep cycle battery. Hooking it up? That might be a tough one. Since there is no industry standard, you are going to have to trace the wires. Big wire connected to ground is going to go to negative post. Any other wires grounded will go to negative post. Any other wires should go to positive battery post.
donn0128 10/02/15 03:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: New to RVing...have a question

BT,DT, expensive lesson learned. Our MH lasted less than two years before we figured out it was not our lifestyle at the time, and sold it taking a huge financial hit. That is the reason I suggested the OP start with something far less expensive. I dont know many people who are really enthused about throwing 30,40% of their investment away if the RV life turns out not to be their cup of tea.
donn0128 10/02/15 01:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pricing unit to sell

Start at about 60% of NADA price guide.
donn0128 10/02/15 12:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New to RVing...have a question

Awful lot of money for your first ever RV! Personally I would start out with a first something much more used. And certainly much less expensive.
donn0128 10/02/15 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sailun Tire Question

So, why not simply install LT tires?
donn0128 10/02/15 11:36am Towing
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