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RE: Appropriate Tire Pressure?

Here's what the Michelin Truck Tire chart looks like. https://www.rvsafety.com/images/pdf/michelinloadandinflationrvtruck.pdfhttps://www.rvsafety.com/images/pdf/michelinloadandinflationrvtruck.pdf Weigh your MH and find the chart for your brand, model and size tires. At max pressure, my 24' B+ wanders all over the highway, much better handling at the corrected pressure.
F1bNorm 11/09/21 01:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Itasca Cambria vs. Winnebago in quality

We have an ‘06 Aspect 23d and it has been for the most part, a very nice coach. Not many Aspects or Cambrias around, so I have not been able to do a side by side comparison. Some of the external plastic bits are showing age or have been replaced. The interior cabinetry and hardware is much nicer then our previous Fleetwood products. The Aspects and Cambrias are so called B+’s, slightly narrower and shorter height-wise than the cab over C’s and that has been a convenience for us. Included a link to the ‘06 brochure. See: http://library.rvusa.com/brochure/06Aspectbro.pdf NormF
F1bNorm 08/05/21 11:05am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Setting up a TOAD

We used an NSA Ready Brute listed dealer/installer and have been happy with the work and price. See: https://www.readybrake.com/dealer-locator.html They may do other brands, other brands may also have a list of approved installers. NormF
F1bNorm 08/02/21 12:00pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Towing Honda CR-V with Pride scooter on the back

Been having similar thoughts. In my case, a CRV and a 100cc dirt bike. Whats encouraging is driving the CRV alone with the bike on a rack is fine. As a towd, I’m not sure. I have nightmares from trying to tow a small travel trailer with the bike on the back. As a possible solution, I’m considering a double, over and under hitch extension. Tow bar on the bottom, bike rack above. Total hitch weight and tow weight should be under max capacity. Another possible option is to carry the scooter inside the CRV? I used to carry that same motorbike in my Oyssey because it was more secure from theft and weather.
F1bNorm 07/11/21 02:33pm Dinghy Towing
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