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RE: Stand Alone Map Program

I use WAZE as a GPS. You can't map with it but it updates ever second that someone enters a "vehicle stopped on road" or "police". I bluetooth it to the stereo. He stated he wanted something that did not need wifi or cell connection. Can WAZE do that.
mike brez 07/11/17 08:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 06' Executive Owners... Ride Home

Could make one of These Updated version
mike brez 07/11/17 06:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air-bag Leveling

We have air only in our old klunker. Never had a problem leveling yet if it were that bad and could not level I would ask for a different site or move on.
mike brez 07/08/17 07:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Country Coach

Go to Yahoo Groups and look for Country Coach group. More input there. I tried that a couple years ago and got 1000s of replies in my mail box per month. Every time someone responds to anything it goes into mail. Maybe I just dont know how to use it. I find irv2 the best for CC info.
mike brez 07/07/17 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Country Coach

Looks like a real nice coach. When a MH sits for long periods of time the brake calipers and exhaust tend to rust. You will need to check that out. You saw the owner running it so that is a good thing that they were starting it up regularly. Perhaps you just didn't see him moving and/or driving it regularly. Sounds like the owner knows what he is doing in regards to maintaining a parked MH. If the owner kept up on maintenance on the coach IMHO there is nothing wrong with buying an older RV. I have bought several older model MH's in my past time as an RV'er and they all brought me many miles of repair free traveling. Don't let others scare you away from buying used. Hopefully he took it for a 30 min ride when he started it and not just start and let idle. Just starting and letting it idle is the worse thing you can do to it. You need to drive it to get it up to normal operating temp. If not I would rather it just sat. I would check to see if you have a dry pto. If so they make a wet kit for it that I think costs about $500.00 If there is a t fitting on the pto it has the kit here is a pic. http://i.imgur.com/EldkQeyl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/1K4h1lEl.jpg Check Windows for fogging and the snake looking seals between window glass. They sell a DIY repair kit or you can have them done for 200-300 per window I have a 1998 and it's all original and everything is still working as it should. The clear coat really needs to be sanded and reshot $$$
mike brez 07/07/17 06:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering a well aged class A

Do a search for ThorI followed the advice and after reading five pages of posts in the search I found one very talkative fellow lamenting his purchase due to many unrelated deficiencies in his Thor class A and a few other postings about Thor purchasing long time RV lines and their purported decline in quality. Am I to be wary of Thor products? Here are a few
mike brez 07/06/17 03:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering a well aged class A

We went out and checked out the Coachmen last evening. It turned out to be a $20K "fixer-upper" they were selling to try to recoup a recent $8,000 repair expense. No maintenance logs but they were very happy that they had an old beat up owners manual. Don't get me wrong, they were nice folks but they just didn't operate at the same level as those that understand what it means to keep a class A in good condition. I have a friend bringing down his friends 2015 Thor Windsport that he is looking to sell. It's a 32' gasser that is in pristine condition from what I hear. I'm not sure it's within our budget but he's asking way below Nada at $70K. Do a search for Thor
mike brez 07/06/17 08:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: who makes a short A DP?

Country Coach made a 32 with a 400 hp engine. They usually sell fast and for top dollar.Here is a sold one.
mike brez 07/06/17 04:51am Class A Motorhomes
VT. Brew Fest

Anyone going to VT. Brew Fest
mike brez 07/04/17 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blue Ox Tru Center Installation

I have a panel in a compartment just ahead of front tire and grabbed power from there http://i.imgur.com/9eDchyZl.jpg Then out of box and up http://i.imgur.com/uAp4FpEl.jpg This is the switch that came with mine and didn't care for it http://i.imgur.com/qkgXS3Cl.jpg I picked up a foot switch. I didn't screw it down yet and maybe never will. http://i.imgur.com/G9WJuT9l.jpg
mike brez 06/30/17 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12V battery not charging when attached to shore power

Look for something like this http://i.imgur.com/XMMqkE1l.gif I have one near my converter and one near my batteries. I had to replace the one next to my batteries because of the same problem you are having. To test If using the multimeter to measure ohms, the reading should match (or nearly match) the one provided when you touched the two leads. If the fuse is blown, it will not read anything at all, or the meter will display O.L. depending on the brand and type of meter you are using. If using a digital multimeter set to measure continuity, the meter should beep continuously as you hold the leads to the ends of the fuse. That means the circuit is complete. If it does not do so, the fuse is blown. Touch the +&- leads from meter togeather to verify beep before testing
mike brez 06/30/17 07:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Screws in the ceiling?

I only see one option......screw it on. Or you will just be making problems for yourself down the road.
mike brez 06/29/17 06:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reliability in purchasing older diesel A

Also (I hate saying this) look at the owner. Are they well kept? Is the lawn kept well? How is the home kept? (Doesn't matter if they are rich, just maintained). If they have a junkyard in their yard and weeds growing everywhere typically they kept up the RV the same way. Would you buy mine http://i.imgur.com/jLwNDZyl.jpg
mike brez 06/27/17 08:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reliability in purchasing older diesel A

I purchased mind at 17 years old with no service records and did not get it inspected before purchase. So far so good no problems.
mike brez 06/26/17 09:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield Shade

Magnashade no suction cups or straps. http://i.imgur.com/sa8txBWl.jpg
mike brez 06/25/17 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flying out tomorrow. Do you remember picking up your Rig?

Soooo are you flying or driving back?
mike brez 06/24/17 11:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Park to reverse hard to move lever

On what? From profile info 1996 Georgie Boy Swinger,33ft,15,400lbs,P30 Chassis,Slide,Levelers,50amp,454Eng,Thorley Headers,Ram air intake,Hi-flow muffler,1000 watt inverter
mike brez 06/24/17 11:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A tires

Running Samson's here also. So far so good.
mike brez 06/24/17 10:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Used DP Pre-purchase Inspection

You will not get a dime from the inspection company if something goes wrong or if they miss something.
mike brez 06/23/17 08:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safe/vault

Mine is under the bed.
mike brez 06/22/17 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
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