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RE: catalytic converter stolen

wow I have a 2004 jeep and can't find any on mine maybe owner did it.
crawford 05/03/22 06:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago quality

they are all a F53 chassis so handling you may have to check tires pressure. what was the problem did you ever drive a chassis as this before?
crawford 12/26/21 01:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago quality

I will say a fact I own a georgetown by forest river they are crappy junk company cares less what they build. I wish I got a Winnebago they also got on line there electrical,plumping,or what ever you need.
crawford 12/24/21 09:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What's a reasonable towed vehicle?

find a old Saturn they are cheep and tow able put in n and dune.
crawford 12/06/21 10:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Flat tow toad brake and tow bar recommendations

brake buddy why because you can change your car or truck out very easy when needed. had my for years that's what I did.
crawford 12/06/21 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How to remove Captain's Chair pedestal from floor of RV

my Georgetown had a great deal of under coating on nuts had a hard time getting them cleaned off once done job was ok to remove
crawford 11/26/21 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rooftop cover

just get a car port the right height and length drive under it and use it ever time.
crawford 11/01/21 11:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing a tire yourself

I once had a flat on one of the rear duals that I discovered on my Class C while it was sitting in my back yard just before heading out on a trip. I called our traveling friends to wait up for us and then called my AAA ERS. They said that "they didn't service flats on dual tire sets" !!!!! (huuuuhhhhh?) I canceled AAA (after being with them for decades) and never looked back. I now have an ERS that is all about RV road service -> Coach-Net. (They're comprehensive - so they also function as an ERS provider for our pickup and sedan.) this is because you didn't have AAA-RV which covers it but cost most then just AAA
crawford 10/31/21 11:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Hi from RI

welcome back east tn said that as far a a GPS mine is called a trucker maps
crawford 10/27/21 01:36pm Beginning RVing
RE: Safety question

my F 53 with 22.5 tires I can slide under even with my belly not hitting LOL
crawford 10/22/21 09:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which old motorhome to buy

I for one never buy any with a rubber roof ....
crawford 10/20/21 01:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires - The 10 Year Rule

"The one thing that has yet to be mentioned is locale. Heat, in the form of ambient temperature, plays a HUGE role in how long tires last. Obviously tires operating around Phoenix experience a lot more heat history that tires operating around Minneapolis. So if you live and/or operate in the desert SW, you need to use a more rapid replacement schedule than someone living/operating in the northern midwest." Actually I brought this up back on the second page of this discussion, just sayin... "Admittedly Arizona is a tough environment on all tires but these had been meticulously maintained and always run at the correct psi for the loads they carried. Obviously opinions vary but IMHO if your tires are over 5 years old you are rolling the dice... place your bets." Clearly we agree. I have spent long days driving in 112 - 115 degrees and cannot even imagine just how hot the road surface actually is. Conversely as winter appears ready to pounce early this year freezing temperatures, snow and ice are all too common throughout most of Arizona {the average elevation of Arizona is north of 4,000' and we have lots of 9,000'+ passes to negotiate}. The truth is in the real world there is no arbitrary ten, seven or even five year rule per se. One must always take into consideration not only how but where your tires are being used and then decide, as in "Do ya feel lucky punk? Well ,do ya???" :S Here is a shot of us in the "Dead Zone" 30 miles west of Phoenix on I-10: https://i.imgur.com/5cTEe9ol.jpg https://i.imgur.com/JQBtSLdl.jpg This is the reason I go rid of my C Class 16 in LT tires do not belong on those rigs ........ :B
crawford 10/16/21 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
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