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RE: Winterizing a Leprechaun 260ds

The owners manual is generic nothing specific at all. I have been winterizing my stuff for decades. This is a little odd.
dave17352 10/23/20 09:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winterizing a Leprechaun 260ds

look thru these vids, maybe there is some info regarding your setup. https://coachmenrv.com/videos Believe me I have looked. I found it hard to believe I couldn't find one video using this panel!
dave17352 10/23/20 04:59am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winterizing a Leprechaun 260ds

Jack another question couple questions for you. When you fill the fresh water tank I am assuming it goes in the same place as it comes out. I turn that valve in front of the fresh water tank when winterizing. Also the only way to tell when the fresh tank is full is when it overflows out what I assume to be the vent and comes out underneath the rig. Are these to observations correct? The overflowing part makes me a little nervous and I don't really like it but I suppose I can get use to it! One other question have you ever taken the platform off the queen bed It would certainly make nice access to the the systems. If you have how did you find it attached. Thanks Dave
dave17352 10/23/20 04:57am Class C Motorhomes
Winterizing a Leprechaun 260ds

I have a 2017 Leprechaun 260ds. It has the little door on the side for the fresh water hose and a little blue valve that you turn in one direction for fresh water fill or winterize and the the other for city water inlet. My question is are you suppose to be able to suck the pink stuff through the water inlet when on fresh water fill and winterize position. I could not get that to work and took the panel off and went directly to the pump as I have on all my previous rigs. I have looked high and low for a youtube on this particular water inlet setup and have not found it. This little panel has the fresh water and black water flush inlet. It also has the little blue valve and a little bity lite and a water pump switch. Thanks in advance for help. Dave
dave17352 10/22/20 09:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: bigfoot leveling info straight from the top

Well I was not comfortable with the rear tires off the ground. I lowered the unit where the rear tires where on the ground and then also chocked all of the tires for just that reason. So that people don't get confused I will remove my thread starter!
dave17352 10/20/20 09:14am Tech Issues
RE: bigfoot leveling info straight from the top

Pulled straight in. No other place to park. The rear of the class c was a lot lower than than the nose. I need to jack the rear up to level front to back. I thought I was clear about the situation. :(
dave17352 10/20/20 08:33am Tech Issues
bigfoot leveling info straight from the top

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dave17352 10/20/20 07:57am Tech Issues
RE: class c in the smoky mountain national park

Here now. I may say I am very glad I have rented the car. The park and the town is just one heck of a lot easier in the car. With enterprise they picked me up and will drop me back off at our camp. Super handy indeed. There are many places I would go with just my rig. This is one I would not want to. Thanks again for the opinions
dave17352 10/14/20 09:01pm General RVing Issues
tire pressure class c

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dave17352 10/10/20 07:54pm General RVing Issues
tire pressure class c

Just ready to head out in our new to use rig. Its a 2016 260ds Leprechaun. I was checking tire pressure and airing up. Door panel says 65 front 80 rears. I am probably about 13k and the rig has a max of about 14.5. I have not weighed her yet but I have 3k ccc. We are loaded lite. I know things add up quickly as I have had many rigs. Back to the original question. Assuming I am running well under max what do you folks with a 27 foot class c run your pressures at. Thanks Dave
dave17352 10/10/20 07:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: class c in the smoky mountain national park

Ok I have the car reserved thanks!!!!
dave17352 10/09/20 06:28pm General RVing Issues
Lincoln ne to pigeon forge tn best route

I am looking for the most scenic RV friendly route from Lincoln, NE to Pigeon Forge TN. Don't mind spending an extra hour or two getting there but definitely want to be on well maintained roads. Thanks for any advice! Dave
dave17352 10/07/20 08:34pm Roads and Routes
RE: class c in the smoky mountain national park

So if you had your choice Class C or Car for seeing the sights which would you pick, the motorhome for the convenience or the car for the mobility.
dave17352 10/06/20 05:02pm General RVing Issues
class c in the smoky mountain national park

I have a 27 foot Class C. It is 11 feet foot in height. I am considering whether or not to rent a car. We plan to be there for up to six days and we have a reservation in Pigeon Forge. I have plenty of experience in driving a class C as my Truck Camper combo is the same length and height! I am looking for opinions on if I should rent a car or not. We like site seeing in the Rig for the convenience but want to know if it would be practical. We will be there during the week so it should help with crowds. Thanks in advance!
dave17352 10/06/20 04:58am General RVing Issues
RE: rv inspector

Thanks for the reply's. I have decided I will go down and inspect. Its a 2016 leprechaun 260ds. The one guy I talked to wanted 800.00. I thought that was steep. But today I scheduled a couple of days off and will check it out myself. Thanks again
dave17352 09/26/20 06:22pm Class C Motorhomes
rv inspector

Does anybody have any suggestions for a GOOD RV inspector in the Jonesboro Arkansas. I presently have depo on one and its 500 miles from me. Thanks in advance for any help! Dave
dave17352 09/26/20 04:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: slide vs no slide

Lots of great opinions here. Thanks
dave17352 06/23/20 04:30pm Class C Motorhomes
slide vs no slide

Here is my question. We are well into our 60's. We are thinking about getting a class c and the kids will take the truck camper and truck. This class C will be used for lake camping with grand kids and also for travel for just the two of us. Looking for opinions of pros and cons of slides vs no slides on a newer unit. Probably no more than 2 or 3 years old. Thanks in advance of any input.
dave17352 06/23/20 05:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Used diesel, anyway to tell if it's been chipped?

I have had lots of diesels. I now enjoy my 2017 chevy 3500 6.0 for my 12 foot lance truck camper. Diesels are heavier less payload. The fuel is more expensive and you are not pulling anything you need a diesel for. Diesel is fun but I think not worth while for your endeavor. JMHO
dave17352 05/11/20 07:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: water pump problems

Interesting ideas. I have been working mon tues and wed. I will take another look Thursday. You see when I filled the fresh water tank all the way up instead of just 2/3 full, water actually leaked out of the tank area. Meaning to me something has come apart, or cracked. How I do not know because I am always very anal about winterizing. Somewhere at the top of the tank probably where the fresh water tube connects there has to be a problem. When I find it I will update! Thanks
dave17352 04/01/20 07:32pm Tech Issues
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