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RE: Washer/Dryer Cut off Valve Location

Above it should be an access panel, floor of cabinet above, to get to the water valves at the back that are regular hose valves.
Ivylog 08/01/20 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2000 Monaco Dynasty Cummins ISC vs ISL

The ISL probably has 1150 torque, 200 more than the ISC BUT the bigger difference is a 2001 Dynasty is a tag axle coach that handles well. It’s also much heavier than a 2000 non tag which is probably limited on the CCC... the reason they added the tag in 2001. It’s true that once you’ve had a tag you’ll never go back to a non tag coach.
Ivylog 08/01/20 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Florida

Florida is a big state...don’t lump what’s going on in densely populated SE Fla with the rest of the state. Why do those 3 countries have 3-5 X the problems compared to the rest of the state... I-95. Orange County (Orlando) 1.4M/157 deaths and Palm Beach 1.5M/760 deaths. Dade county is even worse...2.7M/1400 deaths. Instead of going to WPB, we may spend our time further north unless things miraculously improve in November.
Ivylog 07/27/20 10:11am Around the Campfire
RE: Tag axle question

The alum rims are all the same... a steering tag is wider than a tag that raises so the rim goes on the same as the front axle. Most of the rigs with steering tags have 10+K lbs on them and raising it would overload the drive axle and tires by 50+%.
Ivylog 07/13/20 10:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Celebrating our 50th anniversary...

My wife got Sainthood at 50 for having put up with me. Congrats!!!!! We are headed West next week, not enough years left to put life on hold. Easier to social distance out there than most places.
Ivylog 07/12/20 10:20am General RVing Issues
RE: New to RV’ing....and might not last

Congrats on going big and saving several steps. On IRV2 there is a Fleetwood section which would get better answers to your A Eagle specific questions. Yes the learning curve is pretty steep but a lot of free good info available. Fleetwood https://www.irv2.com/forums/f107/If
Ivylog 07/11/20 01:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: towing Prius with tow dolly

Yes, not on a dolly but only the back tires on the ground. https://i.imgur.com/FiHmwS7l.jpg
Ivylog 07/08/20 04:45pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Buying RV that's been stored

OH my, in storage for a year and it’s fallen apart. Check fluids and tire pressures and take it for a test drive.
Ivylog 07/04/20 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trip to granby

I did 9/24 last summer and other than 9 south of Breckinridge, a OK route. Like ^^^ some of 24 is boring and hard to pass. You’ll be going downhill in that switchback section so it will be easier. I-70/40 is probably faster if the Denver traffic doesn’t hold you up.
Ivylog 07/03/20 01:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: Water pressure - why does pump run when city water connected

Just turn the pump off unless you need the extra pressure and yes, you’ll eventually empty the tank.
Ivylog 07/01/20 11:46am Toy Haulers
RE: Heads up to anyone coming to NY

Unfortunately Florida didn’t enforce a mandatory 14 days quarantine of the NYers back in April fleeing NY. Guess why SE FL has twice the #s as the rest of FL? What a joke NY has for a governor and the killer NYC mayor... requiring cases returned to nursing homes. Not sure why anyone would want to go to NY. Sorry upstate but the rest of your state sucks.
Ivylog 07/01/20 11:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Least stressful route from Hiawassee, GA to Pikeville, TN?

64 is a much better road today... one of my favorite in a 45’ MH except for the slow moving 4 wheelers from FLa. The 2 bad curves have been widened through the Ocoee gorge... the only curvy part as much of it is a divided 4 lane, Unfortunately once in the gorge there are not many places where you can pull over and get out of the way.
Ivylog 07/01/20 11:20am Roads and Routes
RE: SWFL to Hiawassee Ga pulling a 30 ft TT

Straight through ATL on I-75 non rush hour to I-575 to Blairsville (dividend 4 lane with 2 small pulls). 2 lane on to Hiawassee. You could take 129 in Macon to 441 all the way to Cornelia but you will not like GA 75 after Helen.
Ivylog 07/01/20 11:06am Roads and Routes
RE: Newer Coach

Newer from a 99 implies up to 2004 so plenty of other Monaco rigs in that price range. Seems like parts for a older Safari chassis may be hard to find... otherwise a descent rig. If it's on the Magnum chassis (8 airbags) not a problem.
Ivylog 06/28/20 10:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Domestic water pump quit working

The controller/latching relay located as ^^^^ may have a fuse and/or a relay near it. The relay is a fairly common type reminding me I need to get a spare one.
Ivylog 06/28/20 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newer Coach

Unless you are wanting a mid entry coach, why limit your search to just a Safari??
Ivylog 06/27/20 04:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing or packing a Smart Car on the back of a Class A

It's air suspension and the tag is adjustable. Possibly with the tag set to 10,000 lbs it could make up the difference of the steel structure and car weight located about 13' behind the tag. Right now I can't quickly get my head around the lever arm math. Even though the suspension can be raised 6" with modification that would be an very poor choice for traveling but works well for air leveling. I suspect that the stability and safety of a RV is compromised with a car on the back. Probably is fine for normal traffic. That’s 1800 lbs off the rear, on 3 DPs over 120+K miles. Takes 700 lbs off the front axle https://i.imgur.com/bdN0N07l.jpgwidth=700
Ivylog 06/22/20 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Length of time diesel fuel stays good in tank

At 10 years I’d start to worry.
Ivylog 06/20/20 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing or packing a Smart Car on the back of a Class A

OP, if you still have the Bounder in your signature... NO WAY can you put 1800 lbs on a rack on the back. Like Mike said above that’s going to put 3000+ lbs on your rear axle. Get a trailer or a dolly.
Ivylog 06/17/20 02:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: fluxuating oil pressure gage

I would look into a Silverleaf monitor... probably less than taking it in. Silverleaf
Ivylog 06/15/20 06:23am Class A Motorhomes
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