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RE: Filling small holes in Filon/Fiberglass exterior walls

Clear silicone sealant is your friend. And it will match perfectly the surrounding color. Never use silicone. When in needs maintenance in the future, nothing will stick.
pauldub 11/16/20 12:38pm Tech Issues
RE: living full time internet needs

Use a dedicated hot spot device or use your phone as a hot spot. Figure out which is cheapest with the cellular plan that you have or search for other cellular plans. The "unlimited" plans generally have data caps that may result in reduced speed.
pauldub 11/12/20 03:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: WINDOWS 10 Experts Please

You really don't need to turn your computer off.
pauldub 11/07/20 02:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Stripping down a rotten camper

You're going to have to add a lot of steel and a lot of labor to make a travel trailer frame into a car hauler. If you really want to build a car hauling trailer, it would be much easier to reuse only the axles and springs from the travel trailer.
pauldub 11/01/20 09:52am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Coachmen Freelander 3150SS Ceiling Material

RV paneling is usually luan with a vinyl material applied to the "good" side.
pauldub 11/01/20 09:43am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Lift

Taller springs or lift blocks. Airbags will give you a little lift.
pauldub 10/10/20 10:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Is CG info available from MFG's

Somewhere on the interwebs there is a formula for overall length versus wheelbase that is supposed to suggest how well the vehicle will track. Someone has decided that there is a particular ratio that is desirable. I don't know how valid it is or how one would easily decide what is good. It might be worth searching for it and see if it seems reasonable. If you had CG location, I don't know how you make a valid decision as to whether or not it was good or bad.
pauldub 10/08/20 10:00pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2-way refrigerator operation without a battery

What model is the fridge??? My '81 travel trailer had a fridge that did NOT need 12V to operate.
pauldub 09/25/20 01:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Ford Bronco Sport

Too bad. Poor decision on Ford's part. I was hoping to see something new that could be towed 4-down that had the capabilities of a Wrangler, without riding like a piece of farm equipment. You want the Bronco, it can be towed and should hopefully be more comfortable than a Wrangler.
pauldub 09/23/20 04:30pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Hood Cover for Ford E450

The hood on my '03 is plastic and doesn't dent. Did they change to steel?
pauldub 09/19/20 01:00pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2002 E.450 c.class starting issues

Check for pending diagnostic codes.
pauldub 09/18/20 03:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best portable heater (30 amp) for my rv?

I have a Vornado and it's about the quietest fan based portable heater around.
pauldub 09/18/20 03:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Check fuse in Ford Power Distribution Box

Leave the batt connected and just open the cover and check the fuse. If for some reason you can't get the cover back on, it probably won't matter.
pauldub 09/15/20 06:22pm Tech Issues
RE: 2016 E-450 Outer Tie Rod end seal

You can easily replace the tie rod end yourself but you will need to adjust the toe-in after doing so or, you can just grease it every month and keep driving it for a long time.
pauldub 09/02/20 11:38am Class C Motorhomes

Maybe the manufacturer can provide some drawings of the structure. I know that my son-in-law got some structural information from Jayco for his little trailer, so maybe they will do the same for you.
pauldub 08/30/20 09:29pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Coating my Class-C roof

If you're going to recoat a fiberglass roof, why wouldn't you recoat the fiberglass side walls????? Just clean the roof and reseal all the penetrations with the sealant that Winnebago calls out. You can look up the sealants that Winne uses in the info on their website. IIRC, they used two or three different sealants on the roof penetrations. They used a flowable silicone around skylights and they likely used a urethane in some other areas. If the silicone around the skylights is unmolested, leave it at is because it's extremely difficult to get anything to stick where silicone has been previously used. You can find the correct sealant information at http://www.winnebagoind.com/diagram/Sealant.htm
pauldub 08/28/20 09:30am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Coating my Class-C roof

Does it have a fiberglass roof or is it rubber. My Winnebago has a fiberglass roof and I just wash it.
pauldub 08/27/20 08:18am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tow or not to Tow

I take my toad for any trip longer than one night and my motor home is only 24'. Everyone has different expectations and preferences.
pauldub 08/25/20 10:18am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Covid has not stopped the Off Road Motorhomes

Wonder what's with the two spine boards? Those are MaxTrax recovery boards for when you're stuck in sand.
pauldub 08/12/20 08:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Help finding this DC Outlet

Is the jack just a 1/4" headphone jack? If it is, search for surface mount headphone jack. Aircraft Spruce has some surface mount housings.
pauldub 07/17/20 08:39am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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