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RE: Air compressors

Sorry this isn't very helpful but why does it have to be "quickly"? Surely you never have to add more than a few lbs. right? I have a 150 psi cheapy portable from Lowes, I use 120 psi in steer & 90 in drive & tag. If I ever have to add it only takes a minute or two per tire. I would keep it as compact as possible to save basement space & just be a little more patient but that's just me. Is it possible your current unit isn't working properly?
Two Jayhawks 10/08/21 07:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: diesel additives

I've always stored with full fuel & never had any of my coach's sit for more than 4-5 months. Been golden for 20+ years! I also never used a biocide but I do now before I put away for winter. Routine service two years ago showed algae in my filter. What I would do is add a biocide now & use the shock dose. It's better to add while filling to help mix but you don't have that option. Also purchase a couple extra fuel filters to carry. If you find you had no algae that's fantastic. If you did you'll also want to continue adding another additive to clean up the dead algae. Below is the Cummins line up but there are others if you prefer. Cummins products
Two Jayhawks 09/07/21 08:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Meter

Does a guy need a meter to check his exhaust temperature.And turbo boost. I notice my heat goes from 180 to 215 when I get on steep grade. Isx 600 215 is higher than I would want to see. I've climbed most passes out west and 205ish is as high as I've seen. But I'm heavy & underpowered so I downshift early & often. I have been in 3rd gear reaching the summit of some of the bad ones.
Two Jayhawks 07/19/21 08:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

Maybe one of these ?
Two Jayhawks 06/29/21 12:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire valve Stems

When I woke up my coach from a 4 month hibernation last month my driver side inner dual was about 35 lbs light. Tire tech struggled with finding anything & ultimately found the metal stem had a slight (very slight) leak. Leak was not where it screws into tire but stem was allowing a small amount of air out through the core & air was escaping past the TST cap. Didn't realize that could happen. Regardless he replaced the stem & we're golden. Anyway, new tires will likely run you several grand YES I would let them install new stems for $85. Nothing lasts forever.
Two Jayhawks 04/20/21 08:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Magazine

I liked it. In the later years the Motorhome magazine became a pamphlet more than a magazine. This one seems more ample. Frankly I like the lifestyle format & I'll continue to get it.
Two Jayhawks 01/06/21 09:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A creature comforts at FHU stays

OK, so now, what budget are we talking about? Probably something lightly used, 3-5 years old. 200K? 250? Higher? $200K to $250K would buy a very nice later model coach with all the high end options mentioned so far.
Two Jayhawks 12/28/20 01:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

capital letters
Two Jayhawks 11/24/20 01:37pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dinghy Towing 2008 Ford Edge FWD

Our 2014 Edge Limited was a dream toad as well as my daily driver. We just retired it with about 165K miles. Ours required towing in aux key position & was an energy pig so I had a charge line. I later learned from another forum member how to tow it with key in off position and that made towing even better. Overall very high marks.
Two Jayhawks 11/23/20 09:22am Dinghy Towing
RE: A three cylinder Bronco.....a THREE cylinder Bronco???

Bronco Sport is a very small 3468 pound vehicle and the 1.5L turbo is plenty of power for the vehicle. Since it's not towable I would have zero interest regardless.
Two Jayhawks 10/29/20 08:51am Dinghy Towing
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