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RE: Continental spare tire holder

Several years ago on this B forum, a guy in New England addressed the same problem. He designed, built and sold an add on kit that provided the necessary lift for the spare. You might search the forum archives and find some information, but I think it was probably ten years or so ago. Also, I thought later model RTs with the continental kit were equipped from the factory with a similar device, but my memory may be wrong. I am still comfortable raising ours manually and I wouldn't give up the storage space for anything. Our RT has twin beds and the available storage space is really large. No spare in the back for me. WHOOPS! After posting the above I got curious and found an old blog post that talks about the lift and the guy that made and sold them. Past tense. Apparently he went out of business a few years ago and McAfee Security alerted me to that the old business website was now very unsecure. Maybe someone has an idea where you might get something?
PSW 09/18/22 08:24am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Looking for twin beds with night stand and 2 drawers

We had a 96 Roadtrek 190 with the layout like yours. We loved it and ordered a 2007 Roadtrek 210P with the same layout. In 2007, most of the new RTs had an electric couch across the back that made into a bed. We special ordered ours built with the "old style" twin beds with the two drawers between the twins. I believe that was also the first year that you could option a five cubic foot refrigerator. For our use, we have never seen a better layout and that is the reason we still have that baby. I suspect we will keep it for as long as age and health allows us to have a rv. Fortunately, we can store ours inside a HVAC controlled garage at our home and it is always ready to go. The inside storage has kept it in pristine, like new condition. Other than the older RTs, I don't know of another B layed out like your 2001. We also, by the way, would hate to give up that Chevy chassis and 6L motor.
PSW 09/17/22 07:09am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Help with malfunctioning automatic RV step.

I had the same problem and it was the pushbutton switch in the door, nothing wrong with the step itself. That is a common place and an easy check to make. My two connections on the switch were a bit corroded and I simply cleaned them and lubricated the plunger. Also, often if you have the common push button mounted door switch like mine, the problem can be solved by simply rotating the push button with your fingers. Sometimes a slightly corroded connection just needs a little help. I twist mine a few turns every few months when I think about it just to prevent the problem.
PSW 04/10/22 08:26am Class C Motorhomes
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