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RE: RV Credenza

I had a table and I built a credensa and added it over the the table. If you are doing the work you may find it easier to have a free standing table "under" the credensa. Just a thought.
imgoin4it 08/24/14 08:44am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Hardwood Floor Installation or ???

I like and changed our carpet out and installed luxury vinyl. Like it a lot!
imgoin4it 08/21/14 09:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Drivers License

A driver's license from your state should suffice. If you are going to California you should be aware that there are some highways you cannot legally take a motor home longer than 40 feet without a different license. Don't remember the details , but you should check them out.
imgoin4it 08/21/14 09:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Paint / Clearcoat Recommendation - South Texas

A couple of years ago I got a cost estimate of$3000 to "fix"the same condition on my coach. At the time Newmarket had a special price of $1200 to do same. I went to the factory. Just used it as a trip and visited Amish country.
imgoin4it 08/21/14 05:54pm Tech Issues

I put new 275/70/22.5 Michelin tires on our coach about a year ago. I looked hard at Hankook tires. Not sure I got totally correct info. But I run 100psi in my front tires based on 4 corner weight and the manager checking the Hankook chart said I would have to run them at 130 psi. Told him max psi for wheels is 120 psi. He tries to convince me that 130 was ok and kept pushing Hankook tires. Have friends that are happy with them but I put Michelins back on. Better safe than sorry. Just check every thing before you switch tires.
imgoin4it 08/21/14 03:59pm Class A Motorhomes

X2 on the Miller insurance agency. They will do good research and can write policies from just about any insurance company you can think of, plus a few more. They advertise in about every RV magazine published. Give them a call.
imgoin4it 08/21/14 12:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: AC Repair Camping World or Lazydays

Winnebago basement airconditioners are famous for developing duct leaks in the area that goes up under the rear cap. It is very easy to tell if it is leaking as you can stick you hand up, at least part way, along the duct and if leaking you will feel the cold air. It does not take much of a leak to loose lots of cooling. I had the problem on a Winnebago and while at the factory and they had to take off the bottom portion of the rear cap to reseal the duct. I later had a smaller leak down low and sealed it from below and reaching up. If the leak is at the top, the rear cap would have to be removed to repair/ reseal.
imgoin4it 08/21/14 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Installing multiple outboard cameras for maneuvering safety

I have seen and test driven motor homes with small mirrors and I could not see enough area in them to satisfy me. I have large mirrors and do not normally even use the cameras. The cameras I have are somewhat of a distraction while driving/ moving down the high way so I do not use them.
imgoin4it 08/20/14 10:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shop Labor Rate. Survey.

Probably not. $190 per hour is pretty steep even by today's standards. Before I'd go there I would look for an independent mobile tech which is what I do many times now and save a bunch of money. Besides I know a mobile tech with 30 years experience who is more knowledgeable than those in most shops that charge $110 per hour.
imgoin4it 08/20/14 10:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hongry?

Check out a 4 1/2 pound roast in the grocery store and see the size before you try it. It's like eating the roast that is sufficient for a large family Sunday dinner. You must also eat the rest of the meal, not just the meat. I lived in Amarillo for several years and have family there now. It is not often that someone succeeds in eating the meal in the required time frame. If you go for it good luck.
imgoin4it 08/20/14 10:25am Around the Campfire
RE: Tires for a 2000 Monaco Diplomat 38A

Go through the formal steps like Waynelee said. From my experience many dealers will tell you they participate in the michelin program when in fact they do not. They will also tell you they can match it and they cannot. Not even all truck tire dealers that sell michelin tires can match and or participate. It must be an approved dealer and as has been said you only pay the dealer for mounting and balance. Michelin charges you card that you have to preregister with michelin.
imgoin4it 08/20/14 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires for a 2000 Monaco Diplomat 38A

My 275/70/22.5 michelin tires purchased through the FMCA program cost $510 each plus mount and balance.
imgoin4it 08/19/14 02:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where are all the RV washes?

Not sure what kind of "car wash" you are looking for but we have several self washes that have high, motor home wash areas on the ends of the facility. Doesn't have a bay per say but the nozzle is high enough to do a motor home. "
imgoin4it 08/18/14 06:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: A/C tripping breaker

Just a question. Are you plugged into the same source of power and if so has anything changed that may cause the voltage to be less now than it was when both were operating as before?
imgoin4it 08/18/14 03:38pm Tech Issues
RE: US Stock Market is Rigged ???

I have seen the article about the stock market being rigged. Think one would need to have an the piece on TV to understand how it is done, but after seeing this twice there is no question in my mind that it is. It all has to do with the length of the wire or optical fiber between computer locations and the reason it works is all in the timing which is in nano seconds. All in all very interesting.
imgoin4it 08/18/14 03:33pm Around the Campfire
RE: Golfing question

Not sure about the course itself but I do know most club houses,if not all, do not allow you in a facility with the old steel spikes because they tear up the flooring. I suggest you go get a package of plastic spikes and replace the old steel ones. Then you'll be like everyone else. And you won't be run out of the club house.
imgoin4it 08/18/14 03:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: Need small truck to tow with automatic trans;can't find one.

If you are wanting a new truck the Chevy Colorado and twin GMC Canyon are both supposed to be out with a 2015 model this fall. Should be out soon. advertised to be all new and reasonable gas mileage.
imgoin4it 08/18/14 07:44am Dinghy Towing
RE: Front AC rain leaking

Above post is right on. Sometimes the bolts need to be tightened and after a number of times/ years, tightened the seals need to be replaced.
imgoin4it 08/16/14 12:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: level legs

What eadeal55 said.
imgoin4it 08/15/14 02:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I'll never do that again

One good thing about the way you did it was you didn't have to rinse and flush much because it did it all by itself in a second. Ask me how I know.
imgoin4it 08/14/14 10:01am Tech Issues
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