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RE: 2013 Winnebago vista 35b flat towing jeep rubicon

Rabbit Trail.. In a pinch once I got in the toad, cranked it up, put the RV running in neutral and with my wife on the phone and in the RV driver seat pulled the entire rig back about 15 feet so I could drive out. Some guy had boxed me in and left his pickup to go shopping, I guess. I have done that a couple times in the last 20 years when needed. It worked for me and didn't have to unhook the toad that time. Just a thought for you or anyone who needs to back up on a fairly straight and level place. Happy travels. Arnold
howdy35 06/03/22 11:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV steps don't retract when engine is started

I have that problem with my steps not working after sitting for a long period of time. crawled under with a small hammer and gave the unit a whap a couple times with the hammer. in they went and after some good lubricant, worked ok after that Happy Travels, Arnold
howdy35 05/28/22 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black tank not draining!

That toilet auger shown in the picture can be purchased here at our Walmart store. I 'm sure it would be very helpful. Happy travels, Arnold
howdy35 05/11/22 01:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: TIRES?

I have run the Toyo and liked them. Now running Sumitoma and also like them. Hankook also is used by many RVers so check prices and go for it. Happy travels. Arnold
howdy35 05/11/22 07:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black tank not draining!

If you have a pull down rod for your shade , use it for a clean out snake. Turn off your water outside so you can use your on board water and open the float valve. Poke the rod down and wiggle it around. Works great and you can get the clog out. Then as suggested, lots of water with each flush will keep problems away. If you are going to use the method of putting water in and driving around sloshing water to break things up, put ice cubes in the tank to help the process. Not just ice but cubes to do the best job. Happy travels, Arnold
howdy35 05/11/22 07:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford V10 Triton

I had a 1999 V10 in 03 and drove to Alaska and back 11,500 miles pulling a Honda Accord. Several trips to Iowa and Florida without any problems from the V10. I think they are a solid unit and would not be afraid to own an older one even now. I might also say that I used Amsoil full synthetic and never changed oil on my Alaska trip until I returned. Then I changed every 10,000 after that. I was very happy with that old V10. Good luck on your choice and Happy Travels Arnold
howdy35 03/29/22 07:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford V10 Triton

I had a 1999 V10 in 03 and drove to Alaska and back 11,500 miles pulling a Honda Accord. Several trips to Iowa and Florida without any problems from the V10. I think they are a solid unit and would not be afraid to own an older one even now. I might also say that I used Amsoil full synthetic and never changed oil on my Alaska trip until I returned. Then I changed every 10,000 after that. I was very happy with that old V10. Good luck on your choice and Happy Travels Arnold
howdy35 03/29/22 07:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best 22.5 tire for 22,000 lb motor home?

I also have run the Toyo 154 on my bus but recently put on six Sumatoma which I bought at a right price. Have been happy with them over the last 5000 miles. Thay ride good. I liked the Toyo just fine.
howdy35 03/11/22 05:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which old motorhome to buy

We are full timing in a 1999 National Tradewinds which requires a tweak now and then but is very solid and comfortable for us. Check out PPL in Texas. They sometimes have an older model coach that might fit what you are looking for.
howdy35 12/20/21 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which old motorhome to buy

Consider looking on the PPL website.
howdy35 12/17/21 08:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Window fog

Had my two front windows repaired at RV Fog Doc in Searcy, Arkansas. Parked at their shop the night before. They took it in first thing the next morning and we were on the road by three that afternoon. They have several electric hookups at their shop which you can use. I was very happy with the job. May have others worked on at a later date.
howdy35 08/29/21 09:28pm Class A Motorhomes
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