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RE: cummins "53"

I have a 1999 code 53 ISB. Had it 14 yrs, no problems (have to admit, was quite concerned when I learned about the potential issue after I'd bought the coach). Re. what you are looking at, I believe the cracked block issue would have occurred by now. If it passes a pressure test now, I wouldn't worry.
CVD 03/14/19 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Small Class A with Twin beds no slides

Take a look at Lazy Daze (24 or 27 versions). Class C, but otherwise might be what you want.
CVD 03/14/19 08:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 260 hp?

I have a 99 275hp 5.9 ISB pushing approx 20,000 lbs (4,500 more when towing), does just fine. Have climbed many hills w toad (Mammoth Mtn, Death Valley, Silverton, etc). I wouldn't worry at all about the 260 hp version on a 18k lb coach. BTW- I have the less desirable 4 speed MT643 trans, still performs fine.
CVD 03/14/19 08:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How Hard Is It To Solo In A Class A?

... no one has mentioned looking up for overhead obstructions... Ditto
CVD 01/31/19 11:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: California Here We Come!

While in Indian Wells, plan a full day trip through Joshua Tree NP - great place in March. Edit: Also, wild flowers could be on display then in Anza Borrego state park - another full day trip.
CVD 12/07/18 06:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: night stopper on the Interstate 15 Utah

When I drive to Yellowstone or Grand Tetons, I load addresses into GPS for a couple Wal-Mart's on I-15. Then I drive until starting to get tired, always keeping in mind how far to next store. I try to arrive about 8 pm; find resturant in walking distance, eat dinner, go to bed 10 or 11 pm. Wal-Mart's in UT: https://www.google.com/search?q=walmart+in+utah&oq=walmart+in+ut&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l3.6378j0j8&client=tablet-android-samsung&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8#istate=lrl:mlt
CVD 11/09/18 09:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jeep toad rides to rough.

As others have said, shocks, tires, and tire pressure are the place to start (and stop). Springs don’t really effect the ride quality as much as you’d think. They mostly hold the vehicle at a particular height. Oh I would have to completely disagree - ride starts with the springs and cheap aftermarket springs equal terrible ride. A lot of science goes into the rate of compression of those springs and how they rebound. Going from a factory spring to a cheap aftermarket is the fastest way to learn to hate your TJ, especially when you feel the cracks in the road through your neck. OP is talking about improving ride with stock ride height, I assume stock OEM springs & shocks. "Upgradjng" the worn shocks would be worthwhile (think he's now done that).  Not much improvement should be expected from different springs, would only do so if he's looking for lift.
CVD 11/04/18 08:01pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Jeep toad rides to rough.

As others have said, shocks, tires, and tire pressure are the place to start (and stop). Springs don’t really effect the ride quality as much as you’d think. They mostly hold the vehicle at a particular height. Shocks do the most controlling up and down. Variable rate springs in particular are of minimal value. Having said that, you should get a tolerable ride from that LJ, but it will never match a uni-body passenger car (i.e. CRV, Equinox, Edge). I tow a modified TJ (Wrangler) for off-roading trips and a CRV for any other outings. Wouldn’t consider a Wrangler unless it would be used off road. BTW – that LJ will never go down in value. It's much sought after for a starting point for off-road builds (perfect "in between" 103 inch wheelbase).
CVD 11/03/18 09:04pm Dinghy Towing
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