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RE: Ford 460 Engine vibration in overdrive

Very frustrating! Cheap experiment to try for fine tuning the driveshaft balance. Place a couple hose clamps on the drive shaft next to the weights for balancing. Placing the screw clamp on the same side of the weights will slightly increase the balance weight. Placing the screw clamp on the opposite side of the weights will slightly decrease the weight. Good luck.
2 many 2 08/19/21 11:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: AC replacement

Almost all of the AC units are now made in China. The life expectancy went from 10 to 20 years for a USA made product to about 5. This is just my opinion from my experience and from reading thousands of posts on the subject. Good luck on your decision............
2 many 2 08/11/21 09:21pm Tech Issues
RE: 80's 454 fuel supply challenges

Any Up-Dates?
2 many 2 08/02/21 06:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

I was wondering the same - I hope he is OK! Still praying for him and sending positive energy his way!!! Me too!
2 many 2 07/23/21 08:50pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Airstreams and compressor fridges?

You might try asking Here https://www.airforums.com/
2 many 2 07/23/21 02:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

65 for me and it takes all day to do what I used to do in my spare time :o :B
2 many 2 07/16/21 09:37pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

Like us old guys say "Those were the days" I would not have the energy today to attempt anything like that today. Back then I foolishly thought I could do anything. :E:):B
2 many 2 07/16/21 05:32pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

I am trying to remember when you started the project. Wasn't it about 2005 or 2006?
2 many 2 07/16/21 11:36am Tech Issues
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

I remember reading at work every morning for updates. I would show the other guys and they couldn't believe it. I still can't believe it. When it is up and running, I think everyone will be very surprised at the detail and the intense loyalty involved in this project.
2 many 2 07/15/21 10:01pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

Whoo Hooo!:B
2 many 2 07/15/21 09:31am Tech Issues
RE: 80's 454 fuel supply challenges

You are getting lots of excellent feedback from knowledgeable people here. All my best, that you find your solution, I know how frustrating it can be. Especially when a thousand miles from home. As mentioned before, if you find a solution, please share that with with us to help others. I would bet money on electrical, but there are so many other possibilities it could be anything. Take care............
2 many 2 07/13/21 05:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electrical question

4 pages.....4 days----No OP Who cares now? I don't............
2 many 2 07/03/21 07:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: VERY BAD ROOF/ Please help

I can easily detail how to replace the entire roof. I am building a website on a total TT rebuild of an 81 Citation, but the site isn't up yet. Still have about 20% more to go. However, as one who has rebuilt a totally rotten trailer, I can tell you that from a monetary standpoint, it is not worth doing unless you have a sentimental attachment to it. As others above have stated, replace the trailer, it by far the easiest solution. You can pick up nice older ones for a lot less than the cost of fixing this one. And here is a total guarantee. For every bit of rot you can see, there will be 10 times that in hidden damage. If the roof is leaking, you will also have wall and floor damage too. Too bad my rebuild site isn't finished.... This guy should be considered the definitive authority on re-building anything. I have seen his work and read hundreds of pages of detailed description's of procedures and outcomes from his work. If Bob says, in all probability, it is not feasible, you can believe it.
2 many 2 06/26/21 12:23am Travel Trailers
RE: VERY BAD ROOF/ Please help

... Based on what you posted I'll speculate that considering cost and effort replacing the trailer is the best option. X2 X3
2 many 2 06/25/21 11:37am Travel Trailers
RE: RV Manners Matter

Lights off an night when not needed please...........
2 many 2 06/24/21 05:43pm RV Lifestyle
RE: New TV

I have a 2017 F250 Gasser with the 6.2 engine, six speed trans and the 4.3 diff. Best truck I have ever owned in almost 50 years. Yours will be incredible, Enjoy!
2 many 2 06/23/21 02:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Air bags for a smoother ride.

First thing put a set of Bilstien shocks on it. Inflate tires based on load using weight/inflation chart for your tires. Air bags can help but do the above FIRST. X2! X3!
2 many 2 06/20/21 11:52am Towing
RE: Roadside Assistance

No. Think if you had saved the thirtythree years of premiums. All you would have to do is call any tow company you want yourself and pay cash. Problem solved.
2 many 2 06/17/21 05:06pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Roof AC Rep - Dometic Duo-Therm > Brisk Air II - Questions

I installed mine as well (65 years old), at a total price of under $700. Took a couple of hours. Hardest part is getting it on and off the roof. An extension ladder and helper are required for that. Others will come along and explain the procedure. It's not hard at all. Me too (64 years old) I have done it twice, the last time it was on an Airstream so I rented a fork lift and used a pallet for a working platform. I had the forklift and a 12' ladder delivered for 24 hours for about $150. Both times I did it by myself, with just a ladder I leaned it against the awning tube protecting it with a towel, left the AC in the box, wrapped it in a strap and pulled it up with a rope. With plenty of time to prep before and lots of time for the finishing touches it turned out 100 times better than a dealer installed unit.
2 many 2 06/11/21 12:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Burch, Thank you for the up-date. In remembrance of the good ole days of this thread, Richard was quite the powerhouse of inspiration. Starting this thread, singlehandedly rescuing countless animals, becoming the first RV-ER of the year for Good Sam, Making the Old Fella Rescue a viable operation, the Ole Fella park Statue and the "Bricks". Organizing all the Old Fella rally's and on and on........ Spearheading the cross country tag team delivery of a rescue pup (Anna?) to it's forever home was one of the best things I ever saw! I can't remember all of his accomplishment's but it is staggering what one man can do if he wants to. Best of luck to Richard with his new challenges, fortunately he has great family support and help from above.
2 many 2 06/11/21 06:55am RV Pet Stop
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