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RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

100 pounds - European currency. That joke works too!
Bruce Brown 09/26/21 04:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wiring Short only under shore power

Have you tried a different shore power source? It could be bad power coming in that shows up at the light.
Bruce Brown 09/26/21 07:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Ro_sie, That's an old joke - the guys wife left him! Fultimin, If you needed to lose the weight great, hopefully you can keep it off. If you didn't get to work putting it back on. When I had my open heart I lost a bunch, then it went back on. Since I retired I've lost some again and I'm right about where I should be.
Bruce Brown 09/26/21 07:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires - The 10 Year Rule

^^^ We went 9 years on our last set, but our MH is garage kept. The tires never see the sun unless we're using it, and there is a vapor barrier under the concrete it's parked on.
Bruce Brown 09/25/21 06:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires: Date Code approaching 10 yrs. Toyo or Yokohama?

Good deal - only point I would add is there are new beads out now that don't absorb moisture, so clumping isn't an issue with those. As to them causing flats, I've never heard of that one, but maybe? That said, there certainly is nothing wrong with old school balancing!
Bruce Brown 09/23/21 08:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires: Date Code approaching 10 yrs. Toyo or Yokohama?

On those 2 choices, I'd say flip a coin. That said, we had RY103s on our last MH (replaced Michelins, one which blew in the garage, while parked), they were a great tire - I'd buy them again.
Bruce Brown 09/22/21 07:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

Thanks for the replies - Regretfully instead of this thread being friendly and educational so we can all learn from each other to further enjoy our RV’s, a few users have instead chosen two attack it and my credentials. Mike, This one took a turn only when YOU refused to listen and learn from many others who tried to correct your erroneous information. Instead of acknowledging someone else may actually know what they were talking about you decided to belittle them instead. Those are the "credentials" we all witnessed. Nothing more, nothing less - you have reaped what you have sown. This is 100% on you. But nice try at a deflection - didn't work.
Bruce Brown 09/22/21 04:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

Just can't admit you were wrong, can you - even when all your quotes were highlighted. Yes, the generators have been updated. More importantly, the older models were indeed inverter type generators - which you continued to insist wasn't true and you continue to belittle those who point that out. Your last post is just another example. Yes, my Onan generator IS an inverter type generator. Our old Generac (in our '03) was not. Yes, I do know the difference. BTW, we also ran an inverter generator in our off the grid camp. Seriously, put the shovel down, you cannot dig your way out of the hole you're in.
Bruce Brown 09/21/21 07:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

So Mike, take a look at this and ask yourself how this looks... Your posts; 9/17/21 - This has been confirmed by Cummins Onan. 9/19/21 - Thanks for your replies however I have spent hours with Cummins regarding these new Inverter based generators. 9/21/21 - Yesterday I finally managed to have a short conversation with my busy friend Bill Stubbs. So what's the truth here? If you didn't speak to Bill until 9/21, what happened on the other 2 times??? Next item; 9/18/21 - I have to inform you that your 2003 Newmar does not have an Inverter based generator. When your genny starts up goes right to high speed. 9/19/21 - I suggest you go out and start your generator you'll note it goes right to a high speed to maintain 60 hz. 9/20/21 – Bruce it looks like it's impossible to get a few members to believe they don't own an inverter generator. All they need to do is start their generator up and listen to it race without a load, 9/20/21 - The changes your hearing is not that of an inverter generator, what you’re hearing and mistaking for a faster speeds is actually the engine speeding up momentary from a drop in rpm from as load was applied. 9/21/21 - Bill mentioned that while all Onan diesel generators use an inverter module, the newer Onan’s now use a different inverter based processor protocol… Seeing as you told all these people they didn't know what they were talking about - and actually doubled down on it, and not very politely either, don't you think this would have been a good time to hand out a few apologies? It's ok to make a mistake - we all do that - the trouble is when you proclaim to be the expert and, in this case, simply had no idea what you were talking about, then totally disregarded the information from those who actually did.
Bruce Brown 09/21/21 11:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

Mike - YOU are the one who was delivering WRONG information. Time to Man Up and admit YOUR mistake.
Bruce Brown 09/20/21 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

Correct - the previous gas generators were continuous speed screamers. While quieter than many other gas generators they still weren't invertor style quiet.
Bruce Brown 09/20/21 04:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

HERE is the release directly from Cummins (Onan).
Bruce Brown 09/19/21 03:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan’s New Inverter Based Generators - Mike Mas

Nothing new here. My 2003 Mountain Aire has a QD 7500 that uses the inverter technology. Thanks for the reply however this is new news as of 2021. Regretfully, I have to inform you that your 2003 Newmar does not have an Inverter based generator. When your genny starts up goes right to high speed. Regards - Mike Mike, Put down the shovel, you are 100% wrong. As many have stated Onan has built diesel powered inverter generators for years. They absolutely do NOT go to high speed. Please get your facts straight. As hohenwald noted, the new ones are gas powered. I'm sure they also have updated the diesel ones, but the inverter part is not new for the diesels.
Bruce Brown 09/19/21 01:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Low Bridge Accident

^^^ Yeah - the previous post certainly was a huge grasp at a very small straw, and a lot of BS, IMO.
Bruce Brown 09/15/21 09:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Low Bridge Accident

Yikes! Yeah, no excuse for that one. If you didn't see that coming you shouldn't be on the road. I hope everyone recovers.
Bruce Brown 09/15/21 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class As in cold weather?

Class A diesel units are going to have some version of Aquahot diesel fired baseboard heat. This also heats the wet bays and keeps everything nice and toasty. If the unit you look at does not have this then pass. Terrible advice - lots of nice units without Aquahot. To the OP, better advice is to check the R value of the MH you are considering. Some simply have better insulation properties than others. Our original Winne and next Fleetwood wouldn't do well in winter, and we sweat in the summer. When we started ordering we went for dual pane windows and a better built unit. Heat or cold, we're good now. We have camped as low as 15F with our NON-Aquahot DP with no issues whatsoever.
Bruce Brown 09/12/21 04:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: diesel additives

Same subject discussed here a few weeks ago.
Bruce Brown 09/06/21 05:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Low mileage V10s

I won't say it's a bad post but I too have no idea what the heck the OP is talking about. I'm sure there are some somewhere but it's sure not like it's a big, widespread issue. If I owned a V10 my concern would be ZERO.
Bruce Brown 09/05/21 02:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Clicking sound when engine starting

Follow the battery cables, you'll find it. And no, I'm not trying to be a smart aleck, just trying to make it simple.
Bruce Brown 08/30/21 03:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2022 Tiffin - F-53 Chassis - Brakes

I'd take it for a few more drives first. Being new you may need to 1) get used to it, and 2) work them in a little. If after that you still have concerns by all means get it looked at.
Bruce Brown 08/30/21 03:52pm Class A Motorhomes
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