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RE: Where to buy a used RV in/around Toronto?

Check out www.owascorv.com They have Class B RV's both for sale and for rent. They specialize in dealing with European customers.
JesseJ1826 02/19/15 10:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Dinette Storage Drawers

I did the same thing about 5 years ago. Used small (1") casters from the orange store at the rear. Also on mine the board across the back is twice as high as the sides. We store bottled water and beer in ours and found that sometimes if you pull the drawer out too quickly the stuff falls out. The high board prevents this. We could only use one of the dinette seats as the seatbelt hardware interferes in the rearward one.
JesseJ1826 01/26/15 09:35am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

Went to storage lot and ran the genny with electric heater on. After half hour temperature only got to just above freezing. Geez I hate winter. Oh well, there's light at the end of the tunnel, the days are getting noticeably longer.
JesseJ1826 01/25/15 09:57am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Snowbirds Question

Please do NOT use windshield washer anti-freeze anywhere in your RV plumbing. This stuff is toxic to septic systems. Chances are when it comes time to dump your tanks you will be doing so in a campground likely using some type of septic system for sewage waste. Please have some consideration for campground owners.
JesseJ1826 09/11/14 08:30am Snowbirds
RE: 2005 VUE warning lights

That light indicates low coolant level. If the level in the coolant reservoir is right up and you have no overheating issues I suspect the sensor in the tank is dirty or failing. I suggest you check with the "experts" here www.saturnfans.com/forum Go to Models then to Saturn Vue, and put your question to them.
JesseJ1826 03/23/14 11:56am Dinghy Towing
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