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RE: Which GPS bean bag holder?

Two little tabs of velcro on the dash and the opposite tabs on the bottom of the GPS then use the suction cup as the third leg. Have the tabs in all our vehicles and move the GPS from one to another.The third leg allows the GPS to be tilted back and forth to adjust for visibility. I have tried about all the ways mentioned and like the velcro best of sll.
imgoin4it 03/21/15 09:21am General RVing Issues
RE: body panel issue

I had the same problem with our winnebago and I resecured it by cleaning the area and then using copious amounts of gorrila glue. Gorilla glue woaks well on many surfaces and once fastened I put more glue and it expanded and foamed up around the entire area expanding the contact area. I did the same on the "hood" on the front. Worked well for me and was better than winnebagos glue
imgoin4it 03/13/15 08:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires...other than RV...

Don't know about other brands but Michelin says their tires "age out" and should be replaced at 10 years. They also recommend they be inspected annually after year number 5 ( I think it is 5 years not 100% sure though).
imgoin4it 03/10/15 07:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires...other than RV...

Michelin says their auto tires age out at 10 years. Went through that a year ago as I was putting miles on the motor home and leaving the car at home. Tire dealer gave me hell about 12 year old tires so I verified with Michelin and bought new tires.
imgoin4it 03/04/15 07:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tucson Area Suggestions??

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imgoin4it 02/19/15 04:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tucson Area Suggestions??

We also like Justin diamond j rv park. West of Tucson off ajo highway. Very quiet and hiking trails on BLM land next to it.
imgoin4it 02/19/15 04:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hard water deposits on filter

Don't think a refrigerator would take any minerals out of the water. You might investigate putting an reverse osmosis unit on the incoming water, but that also does not take all the minerals out. Takes out lots just not all.
imgoin4it 02/19/15 04:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Details for Clear Coat Repair

Like everyone else so far,pay the money. I had the same problem with the same manufacturer. I started to repair my own. First problem I encountered was that the color paint under the clear was so thin that sanding the edge of the clear coat went right through and took off the color coat. I stopped there. I too had a cost of $3000 to repair. Found that manufacturer had a special cost to do the same for $1200. That was three years ago.I went to Indiana which was about 200 miles from my home town.
imgoin4it 02/07/15 06:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foam panel skirting

Foam might free but have you considered putting straw or hay bales around the motor home? Might have to buy them but would not require you buy material for framing plus I think bales might provide more insulation than the foam.
imgoin4it 02/04/15 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison Transmission

If I remember correctly once you have the proper synthetic, Allison recommends change at 50,000 mile interval or every three years.
imgoin4it 02/02/15 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dropping Sams Club after 20+ years

Some times I wish I still belonged to SamsClub, but then I remember why we droppedit. Also just the two of us, got ride of our freezer when we started traveling about 50% of the time and nearest Sam's is 70 moles away. I understand anyone member or not can use Sam's and Costco pharmacy. Part of the law but do not know how details oh how it works.
imgoin4it 01/29/15 07:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: What is this thing? Not RV related.

P 38 can opener
imgoin4it 01/28/15 07:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Recommendations for Used Class A Gas 2007 - 2010

I would recommend a Newmar first and probably a winnebago second. Not sure when work horse got out of the business but you may well be end up with a Ford chassis which is also very good.
imgoin4it 01/26/15 01:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaving seat while driving

Stay seated and buckled in for the most part. My DW will make short fast trips out of her seat only when on straight and smooth roads. If not on one we find a stopping spot. Ran into a man and granddaughter several years ago who'said spouse was out of seat when he hit a bump in the road she fell backwards into the wind she and dash area, hit her head and they thought broke her back. He stopped in a construction zone and workers there summoned a helicopter flight to the hospital. As turned out no broken back but it has been a reminder to us to stay seated and us extreme caution if must leave the seat.And: in a big accident your RV will crumble into unrecognizable peaces. They are very fragile compared to semi's.
imgoin4it 01/24/15 07:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 liberty jeep 4X4

I towed a 2002 jeep liberty for 11 years and about 100,000 miles. Follow owners manual for towing 4 down, rogerjhoffman has it down, and never had a problem. Longest I left it hooked up without running the engine was 5 days over a portion of our trip to Alaska and never ran the battery down. It also had been driven well over 100,000 and I would still have it had it not been for things just falling apart from use and age.
imgoin4it 01/19/15 06:36am Dinghy Towing
RE: Tire dealer recommendations for Tampa area?

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imgoin4it 01/18/15 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire dealer recommendations for Tampa area?

If you are an FMCA member go through the FMCA/ Michelin tire program and locate a participating tire dealer and you will save money.
imgoin4it 01/18/15 01:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Just read in MH mag..

It does make a difference as to the type climate where the motor home spends most of it's time. However had a friend who did not change the dryer filter and his rusted so badly he had to change the entire cannister, it would have been far less expensive to change the filter on some sort of regular vasis.
imgoin4it 01/18/15 01:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do you use and where did you get it

Get the rolled rubber shelf lining "stuff" from Walmart and cut it in squares or circles the correct size to put under and between the plates, saucers, etc. It will not move or rattle.
imgoin4it 01/17/15 07:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Floor tile grout cleaning

Look in the phone book and find a commercial business that cleans tile. They will probably clean with steam. If they are regularly in the business they will also seal the grout so that it will stay clean longer. We have had the tile floors in our house cleaned and sealed twice in about 23 years. Each time the job was outstandind. Far better than our attempts.
imgoin4it 01/15/15 02:08pm Around the Campfire
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