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RE: Gasser rides like lumber wagon

Why not? Harold the "P" Chassis is Ford not Workhorse! Get it right folks: "P" chassis were originally produced by GM, later by Workhorse. Ford chassis are F53. Fred
fredbon 10/12/14 06:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: UFO chassis?

I believe it was produced in 2007 & 2008 model years. The link will identify the manufacturers that used the UFO Chassis. Workhorse UFO Chassis Fred
fredbon 08/30/14 08:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Broken plastic Atwood hot water heater drain plug

Sprinkler riser removal tool at either Home Depot or Lowes. Mine broke last year doing the same "Tighten just a little" procedure. Fred
fredbon 07/23/14 10:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fender Skirt Blew Away After Tire Failure

Ortega Manufacturing purchased the fiberglass molds when NRV went out of business. Give them a try. Ortega Manufacturing Fred
fredbon 06/30/14 08:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any real world Macerator experience ??

Sewer Solution This is another product. Fred
fredbon 05/26/14 02:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: norcold refrig not getting cold but the freezer is

Take a little time and watch these videos. I believe to two on condensation drains will cover your issue. RV Refrigeration Fred
fredbon 05/13/14 08:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 1000

Granted TES 295 fluid does cost a few bucks more but MY transmission shifts better and runs cooler with it, as verified with my digital scan gauge monitoring transmission fluid temperature. Transmissions are expensive. Transmission fluid is cheap. I would rather use what Allison recommends than a less expensive fluid that I MAY be able to get by with. I had the same experience when I went with Transynd fluid. Fred
fredbon 05/02/14 05:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 1000

They were (and still are) trying to tell the consumer that their fluids pass both the GM DEXRON-IIIH and the Ford MERCON specifications. Note: I know this because I used to be on the GM Automatic Transmission Fluid Committee that granted GM DEXRON-IIIH licenses. In fact, I go back to 1990 when GM still had the DEXRON-II and DEXRON-IIE specifications. Back to the original question, I know a broken record, can consumers be safe using D3M products in Allison Transmissions? Fred
fredbon 05/01/14 09:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 1000

What am I missing, I didn't see any Dextron III brand products, just the equivalent products. Back to the previous recommendations, Dextron Brand is no longer approved. Fred
fredbon 04/29/14 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reducing Norcold Fire Hazard????

Is a new recall or the old recall The recall information is from 2010, I would say that if you have any Q's call Norcold. Fred
fredbon 04/29/14 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear air ride on 2004 ford.

You might want to check out this product, they also make units for Workhorse Chassis. Sumo Springs Fred
fredbon 04/28/14 08:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Grand Junction to Provo

The I70 to 191/6 is the way to go. The 191/6 is a two lane road with a truck passing lane on most of the grades. There are several grades in the 6% range that are short about one mile from bottom to top then down hill for a mile. Then several miles relative flat then another grade. The problem! there is a fair amount of truck traffic. You may catch a truck on a up hill. But if he is going within 10 mph of your desired or capable speed up the hill I recommend you follow him to the top. On the down side the truck will most likely get into the 80mph range and if you stick with posted speed or in my case 65 mph as that is my max tow speed you will not see that truck again. But if you pass him on the up grade he will be very close to your tail going down the down side and will pass you when you think he should not. Now the problem! you have held him up and you will most likely catch him on the next up grade only to go through all of this again. The second time the trucker will push you much harder. By slowing down to let the truck over the hill may cost you 5 minutes of time on the whole trip. Now you why I don't like that route. The accident rate is too high, lots of people will pass on double yellow. Fred
fredbon 04/25/14 05:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seattle WA

Wondering where to park a 38 ft MH while we take a cruise to Alaska Lake Pleasant in Bothell has a storage area for cruising. Fred
fredbon 04/11/14 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 1000

Here is Allison's current list of approved fluids. TES 295 is the only standard they are now using. Allison Approved Fluids Fred
fredbon 04/11/14 05:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison 1000

I haven't switched to Transynd because I can get a case of Dexron iii for $20 at Costco. I do my own changes so it's cheap and easy. Check out the fluid you are using, Allison has dropped Dextron III from the approved listings, seems the formula has been changed. Fred
fredbon 04/10/14 08:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DTV antennas, what are the choices?

Checkout the Winegard Carryout, it is compatible with both Dish and Direct. Carryout Antenna Fred
fredbon 03/23/14 01:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question about my workhorse fuel pump

Yep, heard mine from day 1. Fred
fredbon 03/14/14 07:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: basment a/c in '07Itasca

This is a link to Winnebago Basement Air Operation (pdf format) Central Air Information Well that link didn't work. I did a google search to find the info. I saved a copy if anyone wants it. Fred
fredbon 03/12/14 04:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Hills off the beaten path

Lots of info here: Black Hills Nat'l Forest Information Fred
fredbon 02/23/14 03:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking at new Gasser

They all have good points and bad points but in the long run, the floor plan is the most important. You will spend more time sitting in the coach than you will driving it. X2, floor plans are supreme, after all you will spend most of your time standing still. Fred
fredbon 02/18/14 04:08pm Class A Motorhomes
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