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RE: Opinions on the Nissan Juke?

My son works for a designated driver service on weekends. He tells me he drove one a few weeks back on a snowy miserable night. It had AWD and stick shift and he said it handled the bad stuff really good. The client stated that comments from other owners who are faced with driving in the winter steered him to the Juke. It seems the need for a safe, dependable commuter car over-rides the quirky styling.
JesseJ1826 03/20/16 01:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: Best shocks for Class C RV?

I replaced the Ford Stuff with Monroes at about 100000 KM, saw no difference whatsoever with the ride at the rear, slight improvement at the front which lasted about 10000 KM. Don't waste your money on Monroes.
JesseJ1826 03/06/16 11:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C entertainment center build.

Very, very nice. Does your rig have side windows in the overhead and if so, did you do anything to them?
JesseJ1826 01/30/16 11:17am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Improve mileage ?

Actually the best way to get better mileage is to raise the rear of your vehicle. That way you will be going downhill all the time.
JesseJ1826 12/20/15 12:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Headboard fell off. Suggestions on how to re-attach?

Heavy duty Velcro stripes works for us. Have to tug very hard to get it off.
JesseJ1826 10/25/15 09:58am Tech Issues
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

Did the pink stuff thing, filled up with fuel along with Sta-bil, ran the generator. Winter is coming - depressing.
JesseJ1826 10/21/15 09:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Air brake endorsement - Ontario members

As most DP's weigh over 11,000 KG (24000 lbs.) you will also need to upgrade your G licence to a D in addition to the Z endorsement. Not sure about the test drive situation but I know that for the purposes of driver training as long as you have a holder of the proper licence with you, you can operate the vehicle with a G licence.
JesseJ1826 09/06/15 10:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Feeling ripped off on the cost of a front break job ?

I just had the brakes done on my 2001 E450. Couldn't find a Ford dealer within 100 miles to do it so I took it to a heavy truck shop recommended by local RV dealer who sends them all their RV chassis work. On the front they installed new calipers, (one old one was seized), new rotors and pads. All parts used were from Ford. Rears were inspected and determined to be OK. Cost was $1930.00 (Can.) including 13% tax. Reasonable in my opinion considering everything up here in the great white north is much more expensive.
JesseJ1826 07/31/15 02:56pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

One of the local RV dealers had a sale on Dometic toilets so I grabbed one and today it got installed. Easy peasy. The old Thetford worked OK but it was a "low rider" and the new one is at senior height. No more having to get help to get off the throne.
JesseJ1826 05/26/15 03:08pm Class C Motorhomes
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