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RE: Class A automatic leveling never works!

Auto level systems do get out of calibration. Use your manual override, put down each jack until you feel it barely touch ground, then level with your right -left setting forside to side, Then to your front-rear setting to level front to back. Dont trust the auto bubble, check with a carpenters level or better yet a frying pan with a little bit of water, its a 4 way level. Move it to several places in the rig, you will be surprised, average what you see. Then if you can recalibrate the system. I level mine at the frig, and also check the doors.
dcbrewer 06/08/19 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A automatic leveling never works!

It shows in the book that came with ours how to reset the auto level, Done mine on our level garage floor. works good after that. but before would have to tweek a little after auto level. We have the electric level leggs.
dcbrewer 06/08/19 04:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealer never put TITLE in my name, am I stuck??

I would run the vin, see who's name is on the title, and go to them. Explain to them what happened, get them to put in for a duplicate title, let them sign it and take it to DMV. would work if still in their name. If you know someone at the clerks, they can get you the information. Would be cheaper than a lawyer.
dcbrewer 04/17/19 07:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mounting spare 19.5 Tire underneath

My Newmar has a spare mounted, just pull out the back bumper and lift it out, don't know why other's can't figure that out. My 06 Pace Arrow has 22.5's, never came with a spare, but I took the back panel off above the hitch and a mounted spare slide in perfect between the frame rails. made a rack with two flat bars under it and put 4 big zip ties to keep it from moving. Remove 6 bolts, and cut the zip ties, and slide it out.
dcbrewer 04/10/19 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

Changed motor oil, and filter. Greased all zerks. new chassis battery. Checked and topped house batteries. Changed transmission fluid to transend, going do a 200 mile trip and change it again. Changed air filter.
dcbrewer 04/02/19 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 Workhorse chassis; no sway bars?

I never looked at the bars as sway bars, but our 36 ft Pace Arrow on the W-22 handles great to not have any add ons. Took a few miles to get use to it and the feel, now feels good on the road. I know i shouldn't but at times drive 70, and it still feels good on the road. But mostly drive around 60 to 65.
dcbrewer 03/22/19 03:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mileage on used class A

Our 06 36D Pace Arrow That we bought new, has 20,000 miles, and has been garaged when not in use. We only use it about 3 weeks a year. But i get it out and drive it about 20 miles every month, to keep everything lubed. PM if interested.
dcbrewer 03/20/19 12:46pm Class A Motorhomes
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