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RE: Replace existing AC or add 2nd unit in the bedroom

Installing a roof AC is very easy, even the wiring is simple.. But, if your RV is a 30amp you don't have the power to run an extra AC unit. Two roof AC's are found on 50amp RVs. But, you could pull a second 15 amp circuit. I have done that an I ran a 15amp shore connection. Just be real comfy with your wiring and circuit breaker. For a second AC I chose an 11000 BTU and it was more than enough. Seriously, the hardest part is getting the thing up there. I have done this job 4 times. If the wiring is there and you have the amps it's as easy as falling off of your RV, which you should avoid. OP in his first post said he has a 50 amp service.
mike brez 06/08/16 01:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: NEWMAR VS COACHMEN

I would say Revolution LE also. I had a2002 Winnebago 40E and began looking for another. Couldn't find a coach that walls didn't seem like poster board. Found my 2008 revolution LE 42N last year and love everything about it. Very good quality, nice power (400 Cummings) and very nice ride plus Flleetwood always willing to assist with questions/paarts replacement/upgrade Have sent a deposit and am starting with negotiations already, on an 07, just 100 miles away. With what I've been admiring for years, along with being prompted by all of you, I've decided to just pull the trigger on it or another, if I can make the right deal, so thanks for all the input, so far. Revolution?
mike brez 06/08/16 01:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replace existing AC or add 2nd unit in the bedroom

First I'd figure out if the old A/C is running 100 percent like it should be. If not, I'd get that one up to speed. If that wasn't the case, I'd look for ways to insulate and/or shade the RV. If all that fails, I'd add a second A/C unit. It would take me a few drinks to get the nerve to cut the roof. I would want to know exactly where to cut and defiantly cut from the inside first. It something went wrong, I could fix the interior. I'd make sure the wiring was there before cutting the roof! I'd probably DIY the job but that would be one I'd hate to tackle! There's a bunch of stuff that could go south on you. Like at said at the beginning, make sure the old unit just doesn't need a little TLC first! You could always just drive north! No need to cut a hole in the roof the roof vent is allready there that's were the a/c goes and he said the wiring is there also along with duct work.
mike brez 06/08/16 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Post that do not stick to subject

Toaster http://i.imgur.com/PfS60qWl.jpg
mike brez 06/07/16 06:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: NEWMAR VS COACHMEN

Get the Revolution LE and be done. I personally can't stand slide outs under my patio awning.
mike brez 06/06/16 06:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: NEWMAR VS COACHMEN

Get the Revolution LE and be done.
mike brez 06/06/16 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would you rent your RV if you could earn $15,000/yr?

Sure http://i.imgur.com/ftBJlaZl.jpg
mike brez 06/06/16 07:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is water control station

Like this http://i.imgur.com/QzwiGtll.jpg
mike brez 06/02/16 05:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

me too! Hey you started this whole mess :B
mike brez 06/01/16 11:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

X4 If I even need to say it by now - Beaver. I forgot what we even started talking about.
mike brez 05/31/16 12:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: AC condensation...where should it drain?

Mine drain under my coach.
mike brez 05/29/16 07:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

Hankook AH12 are the tires pictured in the other post about cracking on 4 year old tires that had only been on the vehicle for 2 years. Tire cracking You have no clue how those tires were ran. I can show you plenty of pictures if you wish of michelin sidewall zipper blow outs and cracking and the famous goodyear rivering and law suits on defective tires.
mike brez 05/29/16 09:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

Ok smart guys. What tire$ do you recommend and why? I am buying a 36-foot cla$$ A with 22.5 wheel$. Hankook because they are better and less $$$ than Goodyear or Michelin rv tires. Flame suit on. ROTFLMAO :E
mike brez 05/29/16 06:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2 year old tires - small cracks

Looking at you signature it appears you have a TT not a MH. If that is correct your may have ST rated tires which are notorious for failures and cracking. Again, if this a a TT you might get the best answers in the TT forum. I think he is asking for a friend that has a class A with these tires on it. You type faster than me :R
mike brez 05/28/16 08:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Residential Refrigerator tip over

What kind of MH did this happen in? I'm going to take a shot in the dark and say it's a 2016 WINNEBAGO ADVENTURER 38Q
mike brez 05/28/16 07:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cheap Fix for Big roof Problem

I had a PaceArrow and had the same roof setup. It seems over time the roof material shrinks and comes out of the channel were your red arrow is pointing. As mine shrunk you could see were the screws were in the rubber then it ripped as it shrunk. A couple places on mine that curved radius loosened up and you could see were the two pieces met. I caulked mine good and heavy with dicor were the rubber goes into the channel around the whole coach and also dicored the the roof. So what did you use to adhere the gray plastic piece to the wood inside? And then you used the Dicor caulk to adhere the the rubber to the plastic AND to seal the cracks in the rubber? Mine was not flapping in the breeze like yours. I think sea dogs repair would be the way I would go with yours if I were you.
mike brez 05/27/16 10:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cheap Fix for Big roof Problem

I had a PaceArrow and had the same roof setup. It seems over time the roof material shrinks and comes out of the channel were your red arrow is pointing. As mine shrunk you could see were the screws were in the rubber then it ripped as it shrunk. A couple places on mine that curved radius loosened up and you could see were the two pieces met. I caulked mine good and heavy with dicor were the rubber goes into the channel around the whole coach and also dicored the the roof.
mike brez 05/27/16 06:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: exterior sunshades

Mike Brez .... they're NOT holes if they plug them with snaps or twist locks...:B:B...just sayin.....Dennis Well there seems to be a bunch of other holes in our coaches plugged up with windows,a/c units,vents and so on that seem to cause a bunch of problems when reading these forums. The last thing I personally want is a dozen more holes with plugs...just sayin...:B
mike brez 05/27/16 06:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: exterior sunshades

Thank you everybody for all of your help. Now we have to make a decision. The only decision to make is if you want some extra holes in your coach or not. ROTFLMAO
mike brez 05/25/16 06:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Make your own sunshade with magnets

I would guess that they would have more use on a steel automobile/truck than a fiberglass or aluminum RV. Where have you been. Lol. :S
mike brez 05/25/16 06:08pm Class A Motorhomes
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