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RE: Converter kaput need to buy better one.

What is the amperage of your existing converter? What size wire goes from the converter to the batteries? A 45 amp would normally suffice! With larger wire you could go up. PD 9245 would be my choice. If you are looking at these I will suggest that you look at their new 9200 series Modified Deck Mount These converter/chargers will deliver 14.8 volts during the boost phase of charging,much better for Trojan and others requiring a higher (14.8 VDC) boost or bulk voltage.
IAMICHABOD 12/01/19 06:45pm Tech Issues
RE: What do you do for condensation inside cabinets?

Try some of These,works for me.
IAMICHABOD 11/30/19 09:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV storage - how much room is needed?

Here You Go Follow the Instructions Here Pretty easy once you have done it.
IAMICHABOD 11/30/19 09:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: toilet

Youtube is your friend thank you so much the video was perfect it show my exact toilet.. now iam not afraid to do it Thats great,https://www.picgifs.com/emoticons/smileys-and-emoticons/thumbs/smileys-thumbs-217948.gif There is a wealth of information here but sometimes you need to see how it is done.:B Between the two I have fixed a lot of stuff.
IAMICHABOD 11/30/19 06:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: toilet

Youtube is your friend
IAMICHABOD 11/30/19 10:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 4 year old Forest River vent covers already failed

MaxxAir/MaxxFan 1200T does a fine job of protecting the roof vent covers, problem is they are no longer made. Sure like one even a good used one. Dusty You mean like THIS?
IAMICHABOD 11/30/19 10:11am Tech Issues
RE: Bidet in Bathroom

Just add one to your seat :B:W:B Swish
IAMICHABOD 11/29/19 11:29am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 4 year old Forest River vent covers already failed

Maxxair covers are made with polycarbonate,AKA as Lexan a very high strength uv impact resistant material. Vent lids are made of cheaper lighter plexiglas material Not as UV or impact resistant. Get Maxxairs. Hmmm ... I wonder why vent lids can't be made of polycarbonate, AKA Lexan??? THEY ARE As I posted Earlier
IAMICHABOD 11/28/19 10:45pm Tech Issues
RE: 4 year old Forest River vent covers already failed

First see what type vent lid you have using this https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51MRpzoL6xL.jpg For long lasting vent covers Polycarbonate ones are the ones you want. If you haven't done this before Here is a short video that will help you. You may need a new seal that goes on the metal edge this will make it a tight seal This is what you need Replace like this Maxx Air covers are also a good Idea,mine have been on for 9 years and look good as new.
IAMICHABOD 11/28/19 08:28am Tech Issues
RE: Bathroom vent cover repair

Your cargo trailer most likely has a Polycarbonate lid. The RV mfg put the cheapest ones on that they can. I replaced all of mine with the Polycarbonate ones 9 years ago and they look like new. They have a limited lifetime guarantee. But I also covered them with the Maxx Air vent covers,they have the longest warranty of all on the market today.
IAMICHABOD 11/26/19 01:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bathroom vent cover repair

first see what type vent lid you have using this https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51MRpzoL6xL.jpg Most new ones have the Ventline If you haven't done this before Here is a short video that will help you. You may need a new seal that goes on the metal edge this will make it a tight seal This is what you need Replace like this
IAMICHABOD 11/25/19 10:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

just a follow-up I did contact a person in customer service and they supplied me with the framing diagrams I need to add a ladder and roof rack. ALP has been great to deal with! This is good to know,that they have that information and are willing to share it with you,that is great customer service!
IAMICHABOD 11/22/19 12:42pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Can I limit my search to a particular thread

What you need to search google is, site, colon rv.net your username + what ever the subject is,like cool mods or whatever thread or subject you posted. Try this scroll thru and see what you find. This works for me to find my old posts.
IAMICHABOD 11/21/19 02:00pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

TRM1 #106 :B Thanks for coming back and telling us how everything is going.It sounds like you are getting the use out of it you wanted and are pleased with your choice to buy a Former Rental, with no major mechanical problems. The mods you described sound great and I am sure that they have been a real boost to your enjoyment of the RV. It does sound like you have had a few problems to take care of because of the previous owners,that is something you have no control over and it seems like you have fixed them all. It looks like that your plan to buy,enjoy it and also rent it out has worked out well. This has worked out for some others as well. A few weeks back while camping, as I was pedaling around the camp ground I came upon a Majestic RV, I stopped and talked to the people there and asked how they liked their Former Rental. I was surprised by their answer,they were a Chinese couple and their 3 children and an older gentleman. They told me that they had rented it. They said that a person from their community had 5 of them and only rented to members of that community they lived in,there is a large Chinese community near here and it seem that he is doing well at this because they said that they had to make reservations many months in advance. So I guess that there are many owners of Former Rentals that have made good use of their RV no matter how it is used. Thanks again for coming back and sharing your experiences with that Former Rental. I hope that your camping season goes well,I am loading up right now for our annual Thanksgiving Trip,hope it doesn't rain.
IAMICHABOD 11/21/19 12:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thanksgiving

Yeah being a week later than last year I've been loaded and ready to go,Turkey cooker all loaded,only have the perishables to load. Now just sitten around twiddling my thumbs. Oh well, out we will go on Tuesday for our 8th consecutive Family Thanksgiving week.
IAMICHABOD 11/18/19 07:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Source for EZ Ramp Levelers

I never had the EZ leveler blocks break but didn't use them a lot. May go with the Tri-Leveler type. They will fit nicely in your under floor storage at the rear drivers side compartment. https://i.imgur.com/MvfRiI5l.jpg 4 will fit easily.
IAMICHABOD 11/18/19 01:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What a bunch of junk.

These would be the Chassis MFG Recall not the RV builder. • Thor Motor Coach (TMC) is recalling 378 2019-2020 Chateau 22B, 22E, 23U, 24F, 25V, and 28A, Daybreak 22GO, Four Winds 22B, 22E, 24F, 26B and 28A, Freedom Elite 22HE and 2020 Quantum GR22, and SE22 motorhomes. The seatbelt-unfastened warning light will not illuminate for approximately five seconds after the ignition is moved to the “on” or “start” position. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 208, “Occupant Crash Protection.”
IAMICHABOD 11/18/19 12:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Source for EZ Ramp Levelers

I tried the Lego type blocks but found that they broke to easy and were a pain to setup when you don't get it right the first time and had to drive off,re-stack, and make them higher,to labor intensive. When I bought my RV,a Former Rental, it came with Tri Level Ramps They don't break and if they are good enough to withstand the use in that market they must be good,they still put them in their rentals I have used them a lot in the last 9 years and have had no problems and they are easy to use and store. I have 6 just in case but never have used them all,4 is the most I have ever needed,most times just 2 if at all,they were for the rear duallys. I found that The Tri leveler work very well. http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NDAyWDUwMA==/z/bLAAAOxycD9TVioR/$_3.JPG?set_id=2
IAMICHABOD 11/17/19 05:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Power awning if fabric tears

You could use the Awning Lock they make ones for manual and electric awnings. I have a manual awning and have used it for many years and would not go anywhere without it. You could read more about them Here.
IAMICHABOD 11/16/19 11:29am Tech Issues
RE: Space Heater

I dumped my ceramic heater and got The Vornado I like the way it heats air in whole RV.
IAMICHABOD 11/14/19 03:05pm Travel Trailers
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