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RE: Opinion Requested

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mike brez 12/15/14 07:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying a used Fleetwood Flair 22' .....NADA ...low?

Again...I wouldn't jump into a 20 year old coach and drive it cross country without some shorter trips. I would not do that with a brand new one.
mike brez 12/14/14 09:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying a used Fleetwood Flair 22' .....NADA ...low?

That thing looks super clean. I sold my 1994 33' non slide Fleetwood PaceArrow the beginning of this year for $12,500.00 one year old tires. This one looks cleaner than mine was. I like the white better than the tan/cream. http://i.imgur.com/XxFcY7Ml.jpg http://i.imgur.com/SE7GdRJl.jpg
mike brez 12/13/14 09:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you like your jacknife sofa?

If your limited on space and want a sleeper bed there is not much choice. A jackknife or easy bed I think are the only two options. They intrude into the living space about 48 inches.
mike brez 12/13/14 07:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel Pushers Under 36 Feet in Length

LOL. Hey Brez, what "uniform" do horse hockey spreaders normally wear?. I honestly don't know. Maybe mci7 does.
mike brez 12/12/14 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diesel Pushers Under 36 Feet in Length

Just make sure to check for bulkhead (i.e., chassis) separation on Foretravels (very factual, not wild opinion). Yes, this is what you get from uninformed guessing with a tidbit of fact, not the MAJOR issue indicated and in fact the 2001 & newer do not seem to have an issue due to change in structure/fabrication. Why I stick with facts and not the horse hockey so often printed on these forums. Couldn't agree more, Dave, especially when it comes from coach owners who don't know their own brand. Bulkhead separation is a potential issue with 1988 through 2005 Foretravels. This memo was created by Mark Harvey, the Foretravel Service Director. I never said bulkhead separation was a "major issue", but if left untreated, it has the potential to become one. Foretravel will check for bulkhead separation for free. For someone with your technical ability, I'd suggest having a professional at Nacogdoches check your coach. ROTFLMAO. I guess on thing worse is a uniformed owner spreading horse hockey.
mike brez 12/12/14 06:14am Class A Motorhomes
Funny class A video

Saw this on another site. A salesmen that does not lie. Video
mike brez 12/09/14 05:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Follow up on new paint job

Looks great and seems very reasonable to me. Just to see them kinda side by side. http://i.imgur.com/uEMjL91l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/TQr2xmel.jpg
mike brez 12/09/14 03:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine starting battery being charged while parked?

I just got through putting one of these on mine http://i.imgur.com/Tym4uhfl.jpg
mike brez 12/08/14 04:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

Put some Christmas lights on it :E http://i.imgur.com/GAokMY6l.jpg
mike brez 12/08/14 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quartzite AZ

Upon reading this I am sure there are those that are going to holler illegal,unclean and whatever else they can think of regarding this action. It is not illegal on BLM land in the quartzsite area. Let the argument begin. No need to argue. Just show me something from the US dept. of the interior Bureau of Land Management
mike brez 12/08/14 03:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking about a mounted satellite dish

I have enough stuff in my storage bins I don't need a dish in there with a tri pod and 100 feet of tangled up cable wire. I know nothing ever gets stolen from campgrounds and parks but it could happen.
mike brez 12/07/14 06:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quartzite AZ

Be carefully of the Valley fever and Quartzite crud. OH!!?????:E....:hNow I've heard it all.... What are you trying to say :hWhat I'm saying is why would you pick Quartzsite and inject Valley Fever into the mix? True there might be a debatable increase in cases across the entire western US due to drought, Quartzsite is no drier than it's ever been, so what's the point ? There are very very few labs and especially doctors that can correctly diagnose VF, and when I was checked for it the only lab in the country was in Bakersfield where there really is a problem with VF.. It's there for a reason. I'd be more concerned about one of the dormant volcano's in the area waking up long before I'd be concerned about VF in a place that's already one of the driest areas on the planet. Well there you go you said it "driest areas of the planet" that is exactly why. You won't find it in the wettest :S You should maybe do some reading on the subject if you think it's not a problem. Do a search here on the forum there were a few that posted about it that were fairly sick from it a few years ago. Problem is it starts as flu like symptoms. Scary air More More I can go on and on. Their is a lot of info on the subject if one looks.
mike brez 12/06/14 03:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quartzite AZ

Be carefully of the Valley fever and Quartzite crud.
mike brez 12/05/14 02:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Purchasing a new class A

Yes
mike brez 12/04/14 04:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing, 2008, Honda, ,Element, 4 down

If I didn't need my Wrangler for snow plowing I would get a toaster.
mike brez 12/03/14 07:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone Near PPL want to earn $100?

I am looking at a 45' coach (I'd prefer not to be specific yet) online at PPL in Houston, and I would offer $100 to anyone reasonably knowledgeable about DP's to give it a visual inspection for me. I don't want to fly out there just to find out it's a dog. Drop me a PM if you are interested. Post this over at irv2 there are a few people that live nearby and go there often. I was looking at a coach there and two people ended up looking at it for me so I didn't need to fly out. Here's what they had to say about a coach they listed as very good + http://i.imgur.com/TqbiGeEl.jpg Mike, To put it bluntly, this poor vehicle has been "rode hard and put up wet" (Texas for "it needs a LOT of work - translated = money) The pictures on PPL's ad do not indicate the true condition. Leather on the pilot/co-pilot chairs is heavily cracked. Both sofas are badly stained and appear to have been "lived on". Wonder if this was a full timers vehicle? They did have an animal as the chair skirt had been chewed/ripped. Windscreen was cracked from top to bottom in front of the co-pilot. The 3-M coating on the entire front of the vehicle looked terrible and needed removal then repainted $$$. The slide awnings were ripped to the point of replacement needed, not repair. Carpet was stained (probably beyond cleaning). Looked in the engine compartment - couldn't see much for all the dust, dirt, grease and wasp nests. Storage bins were the same. Exterior paint had the "checking" which is known in this era Monaco. Ours has it but not as bad as this vehicle. Tires were a hodge podge from the 2010-11 time frame. good tread and slight cracking. It was in such bad shape that the maintenance would be VERY suspect but we had no time to find nor inspect the records. I'm a do it yourself type with a steel barn and concrete floor - Wouldn't even think about this one. If you do, a mechanics inspection and engine/transmission oil analysis should be done before money changes hands. Stickers indicated a San Antonio vehicle and it was apparent it had never been inside so sun "worn" everywhere. Sorry to be so negative, Here is the other Good to hear XXX had the same opinion. Everyone looks at stuff differently and has different tastes and opinions of what is good and bad. I was very hesitant to call it a POS, but that is the best description one could give for it. I am with you on the PPL deal. Lots of people rave about them, that is the only reason I went down to look at a couple coaches. To me, that is the absolute worst place you could take your coach to sell. They dont care about the coaches, they just sit out in the weather and get hammered. They don't clean them or do anything to them to take care of them. We had some crazy high winds come through recently, they did not take the slides in on any of those coaches, several awning were ripped and torn up as a result. .......................................................................................................................................... The salesman told me this coach was in great condition and would buy it himself. He explained to me they work on salery and no commission so he could say that. I'm glad I found someone to look at it real quick for me before I flew from ct to tx.?
mike brez 12/03/14 05:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What kind of log splitter to get ?

We burn 6 to 7 cords a year for the last 25 years. Wood in our part is getting harder and harder to get. We have been thinking about trying pellets. For a splitter I would get one of These
mike brez 12/02/14 10:09am Around the Campfire
RE: How I Winterized my Coach

I'm doing mine like this next year. http://i.imgur.com/IThDSFfl.jpg
mike brez 12/01/14 08:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice clean hands while hooking up the toad

I just make my wife do it after she is done dumping the black and gray tanks and rolling up the shore power cord and water hose.
mike brez 12/01/14 08:24am Class A Motorhomes
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