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RE: Do you leave MH plugged in for power at home?

Mine stays plugged in all the time. Keeps the batteries charged. Plus I start it every so often and hang out in it and watch TV, you know, to give the misses a break. I did lose the start battery, found a parasitic drain that killed it. Found a stupid relay under the sofa that went to the DC TV's once upon a time. It was still energized. I unplugged it, no problem.
jumanjii1 07/12/20 03:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Insurance declared value of used motor home

Allstate only charges me $600 a year for full coverage up to $375,000.
jumanjii1 07/12/20 03:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinion: 1986 Pace Arrow 27FT Motorhome Chevy Chassis

Buy as new an RV as you can and stay away from the old ones, even if they're giving it away. To call them money pits is an understatement. Mine's an 87 that I've owned since 2014. It still won't pass inspection no matter what I try. I just purchase a Trip Permit for five bucks and drive on down to the camp site. Believe me, all RV's are troublesome but that's because they're complicated and have many systems that need constant attention. Even my inlaws RV gave her trouble, and that was a 2001 Intruder. What a shitbox that was. I was always working on it. But aside from all the work we put into owning one, we just love it, love camping and just driving to our next destination. Our friends do it and so do we. Good Luck
jumanjii1 07/12/20 03:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: FORD 460 Overheating Mystery

Could be the fan clutch. It should lock up way before 230F. And get an OEM one, not an after market one like I got. It never locked up and I over heated just while in idle. Check the EGR valve too and the timing. My EGR valve is gone and the timing is set to 10BTDC. Of course I have an older carb model so I can tinker. Good Luck
jumanjii1 07/12/20 03:11pm Class A Motorhomes
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