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RE: Replacement Faucets

I always try Amazon first if it is anything close to standard, which most MHs are.
sealevel ram 07/17/14 08:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mountain driving and towing with a gas class A

We had an Infinity 38 foot MH with the Ford V-10, and always towed either a Chevy S-10 or Jeep Liberty. Can't say we did ALL the passes, but we traveled all over the western US and parts of Canada for 5 years. My wife would sometimes say on the way up, "are we going to make it?". We always did, and had a great time.
sealevel ram 07/15/14 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I find fun parks like this one??!!!

But how large were the sites?
sealevel ram 07/14/14 07:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Vancouver BC

thanks. looks interesting. do they have full hookups? Yes, they do. Some people on rvparkreviews.com complained about trains, but I don't understand that. The tracks are across the river. We were never bothered by any noise.
sealevel ram 07/14/14 10:59am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Vancouver BC

We stayed at Fort Camping in the Brae Island Regional Park near Fort Langley for a few days about 3 years ago. Don't know how close you have to be to the big city, but we liked this place.
sealevel ram 07/14/14 10:08am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: I90 to Kalispell

Did the east side in my class A MH last year with no problems. Lovely drive.
sealevel ram 07/09/14 08:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: What to look for in a used motorhome

We bought a used 04 Winnie Ultimate Freedom 3 years ago, which was their luxury model in 04. I think the Journey was also near the top of their brands. Absolutely love the unit. Emotion DID influence our decision. DW fell in love at first sight. But, if you have any MH you will have problems. You mentioned the fridge recall. Check the suspension for leaks. Same for the hydraulics. We had to replace a slide motor. Unit was wintered up north (PA) and there was some rusty sheet metal underneath, including the muffler and transition pipe.
sealevel ram 07/05/14 08:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wind sensor awnings?

I'm not familiar with all wind sensors, but mine detects movement in the awning and not wind. It works well and I test it periodically by moving the awning up and down. I trust it. That is the way mine works. It has a built-in motion sensor that detects movement in the awning, and automatically retracts. It can be set for three different readings. So far I have been happy with this one. Only problem is sometimes if I forget and exit the coach in a hurry, I set it off by jumping on the step.
sealevel ram 07/02/14 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mobile Alabama Int 10

That was not Blazin Saddles , that was Treasure of the Sierra Madre . Tim Holt ,John Houston , And that other guy , so and so,s husband . Not to be picky, but it was Walter Huston, John Huston's father. Also, we come through the tunnel at least a couple of times a year. Never have had any kind of traffic.
sealevel ram 07/01/14 08:42pm Roads and Routes
RE: Route around Dallas

We have always used the I-20 to 287 route; as recently as last January. Had a small backup. We just avoid the rush hours.
sealevel ram 07/01/14 08:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Heading East

We enjoyed Zephyr Cove on the Nevada side at Tahoe. Some of the sites are a challenge for a big rig, but it is a beautiful stop.
sealevel ram 06/23/14 11:00am Roads and Routes
RE: My Parking Brake Will Not Release

http://rainbowrv.com/rv-talk/air-parking-brake.html Clicky Any idea where this is located on a Spartan chassis? Is there just one, or are they at every wheel? Thanks.
sealevel ram 06/01/14 01:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to diesel owner

The advice about carrying a spare fuel filter is good, based on our experience. We have been stopped twice due to a clogged filter, both times in Wyoming in cold weather, which may be just a coincidence. Luckily, the filter on my unit is easy to change. Wouldn't go anywhere without a spare now.
sealevel ram 05/30/14 06:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Parking Brake Will Not Release

100 psi sounds a little low for your max air pressure. should be in the 120 to 130 range. can take 90-100 psi just to compress the parking brake spring. sounds like the governor is bad. I should have said it goes OVER 100 psi. I will look and see how much over and try to adjust if necessary. I did have a repair done on my air system a couple of months ago. Maybe they messed up the max pressure setting.
sealevel ram 05/28/14 07:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Parking Brake Will Not Release

http://rainbowrv.com/rv-talk/air-parking-brake.html Thanks for the link. It explains how it works. Must be a leak somewhere and the spring is not compressed so the brake stays set. I would like to know if anyone else has replaced or worked on this.
sealevel ram 05/27/14 09:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Parking Brake Will Not Release

Can you pump the brake peddle till the compressor comes on and see how high the pressure goes? Pressure goes up OK, to 100 psi.
sealevel ram 05/27/14 08:55pm Class A Motorhomes
My Parking Brake Will Not Release

My Ultimate Freedom with a Cummins ISL 400 and Allison transmission will not let me release the parking brake. I push it in to release, and it just pops back out. I have noticed that it has been doing this a few times lately but always eventually released. Not so now, at least not yet. Air pumps up fine, and yes, I am holding my foot on the brake. Any advice would be much appreciated. __________________
sealevel ram 05/27/14 08:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Coast

If you want a really first class resort, Pacific Shores near Newport is a good choice. Really stunning views, generous sites, and excellent facilities, but you pay for them.
sealevel ram 05/15/14 07:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recommended campsites on White Rim Trail?

We did the WR road three years ago in late June. Spent a night at Murphy Hogback. Reserved the A site, but squatters bigger than us already had it. Most miserable adventure ever camping. Hot wind was blowing sand through the tent walls all night. Finally got in 4WD to catch a few ZZs. Impossible to keep sand out of anything, including food. Road is like nothing you can imagine. Still screaming about some of the inclines. Looking forward to doing it again sometime.
sealevel ram 05/09/14 07:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Colorado Springs to Topsail, Florida - route comments/advice

We travel to Utah and back at least once a year, going through Colorado Springs. The route we like if we are going straight home follows your I-25 to 87/287 through Amarillo. We go all the way on 287 to I-20 at Fort Worth. Then we stay on I-20 to Jackson, MS, then US-49 to US-98 at Hattisburg to Mobile and I-10. Or sometimes we avoid a few stoplights in Mobile by going on SR-63 to get to I-10. Opinions will vary, but we avoid Baton Rouge and a lot of rough highway in southern Louisiana. The last few years we have overnighted at WMs or casinos, or rest areas. Easier to travel that way.
sealevel ram 05/09/14 07:04pm Roads and Routes
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