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RE: Can't find a new air cleaner

Try here. They have all different types that will fit your coach.
rgatijnet1 11/17/22 11:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blue Ox True Center issue.

I have one and love it. From time to time I experienced similar issues that were always corrected by cleaning of all electrical connections.
rgatijnet1 11/17/22 05:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: P30 Disc brake vs drum brake ball joints

This has been an issue for some time. I believe the correct ball joints are for the P30 listed with 4 wheel disc brakes.
rgatijnet1 11/06/22 05:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bad Lippert O ring

I would guess that any hydraulic shop should be able to help you. Most any area will have a shop that repairs the millions of farming and construction equipment that uses hydraulic rams on the equipment. I am sure that Lippert did not re-invent the wheel and probably used an O-ring that was already in use on another ram.
rgatijnet1 11/04/22 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Firearms in RVs in California

The link I gave you answered that question by clicking on the Firearm laws pdf on the right. Unless otherwise unlawful, any person over the age of 18 who is not prohibited from possessing firearms may have a loaded or unloaded firearm at his or her place of residence, temporary residence, campsite, or on private property owned or lawfully possessed by the person. Any person engaged in lawful business (including nonprofit organizations) or any officer, employee, or agent authorized for lawful purposes connected with the business may have a loaded firearm within the place of business if that person is over 18 years of age and not otherwise prohibited from possessing firearms. (Pen. Code, §§ 25605, 26035, and 26055.) NOTE: If a person’s place of business, residence, temporary residence, campsite, or private property is located within an area where possession of a firearm is prohibited by local or federal laws, such laws would prevail.
rgatijnet1 10/22/22 01:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Firearms in RVs in California

I travel all over the US which is why I suggested purchasing the book in my first post. Here is a link and consider your RV a vehicle, which is what California will consider it: California Firearm laws
rgatijnet1 10/22/22 12:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: Firearms in RVs in California

Arizona and Nevada are both pretty open with their gun laws and in most cases they allow weapon carry and recognize carry permits from other states. Like most states there are many locations where weapons are not allowed, such as schools, Federal buildings, bars, etc and in commercial nuclear & hydroelectric generating stations.The internet is your friend and a simple search will usually give you the answers. Just make sure that the answer you get about weapons is CURRENT.
rgatijnet1 10/22/22 11:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Firearms in RVs in California

Get this book and get the update each year: Travelers guide to firearm laws in each State With the recent Supreme Court ruling on the 2nd Amendment, laws are changing daily.
rgatijnet1 10/21/22 03:54pm General RVing Issues

The hydraulic shop that I used would work on the cylinders, the pump, and the hoses. I guess that anything else would have to be worked on at an RV specific shop.
rgatijnet1 10/19/22 07:20am Class A Motorhomes

Do a search of hydraulics shops in the Orlando area and I'm sure you can find someone who can help. It does not have to be an RV specific shop to find someone to work on a hydraulic issue.
rgatijnet1 10/17/22 02:03pm Class A Motorhomes

Sounds like play/looseness in the steering box, which can be adjusted.
rgatijnet1 10/06/22 09:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How is the Current RV Market to Sell My Coach?

The main difference is if you want to give it away, in which case it will probably go quickly, vrs SELLING your coach, which takes a little work. I sold my last coach within two weeks for substantially above NADA high value. I used Craigslist and did not worry about a bunch of BS replies. My eye was always on the outcome. I knew from previous listings what most buyers are worried about so I addressed them in the listing. I added to my price an extra $3000 for new tires and mentioned in the ad that I would install the customer's choice of tires or give them back the $3000 credit. My last buyer paid top dollar and asked for Micheline snow tires all of the way around, front and rear. Living in Florida I had to have them trucked in but he was happy and there was no further negotiation. As it turned out they wanted to use the coach for Winter travel to ski resorts and the tires worked great for that. Mention how new your batteries are because that is something people ask about. Have all of your service receipts and have all current maintenance up to date. Basically make sure that the coach is ready to go immediately on a trip. I even offered to pay for an out of area buyer to stay in a local RV park for one night so that we could go over all of the coach systems. Best $50 I spent and the new buyers were thrilled. What makes the difference is how confident you are with your coach. If the buyer senses that you are sincere and willing to go the extra mile, they are very unlikely to want to negotiate the price down. My last two coaches sold for exactly my high asking price with a minimal amount of hassle. We also have a DMV office right up the road and the title is transferred as soon as I have the money in my account. If you have a good coach, and have confidence that it will stand up to a close inspection, then take a little time and SELL your coach rather than just list it for sale and lose thousands.
rgatijnet1 09/26/22 09:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CARB smog testing motorhomes Every 4months by 2024

Apparently this is what the citizens of California wanted or they would not have voted for the people that have enacted these regulations. Basically you get what you voted for.
rgatijnet1 09/20/22 08:43am Class A Motorhomes

The transfer switch in your basement might not be switching from shore power to generator. Shore power takes preference so if you are plugged in it will not switch.
rgatijnet1 09/19/22 04:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changing oil.

I drove by a Jiffy Lube in Albuquerque and saw that it had large entrance doors. I went in and asked about changing the oil and a lube job on my Class A gasser. They looked up my engine, saw that they stocked the filter and said bring it in. I drove over the pit and in a few minutes they had the oil changed and chassis lubed. It cost me the same as if I was a standard pic-up truck. Sometimes all you have to do is ask instead of making assumptions about whether or not a shop will change your oil.
rgatijnet1 09/19/22 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: OBD Port F53

It will be by the steering column. You need to look up under the dash and look on the left side of the column.
rgatijnet1 09/17/22 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storage of Fresh Water - How Long

I never seen an expiration date on bottled water. Clean water, in a clean tank could possibly last several years or longer. If your tank is clean and your water is clean when it go in, it might last as long as honey in the Egyption Pyramids. Bottled water does have a "best by" date which is usually 2 years from the bottling date. With COVID I'm sure some people let their water tanks sit for 2 years or so.
rgatijnet1 09/14/22 06:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storage of Fresh Water - How Long

I live in Florida and do not have to worry about my tanks freezing. For this reason I never empty my fresh water tank or water heater. I have treated municipal water and I top the tanks off with as much water as they will hold to minimize oxygen in the tanks that could promote the growth of bacteria. This also gives me a reference to check to see if there are any leaks in the system. I do have an under counter water filter and I have never noticed any difference in the taste of the water from it sitting. Since we occasionally have hurricanes in Florida our RV is our lifeline if a storm hits
rgatijnet1 09/14/22 04:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repair Price

I would hope most reputable shops are not getting their parts on line. I've seen Rock Auto and Amazon boxes in a number of dealers shops. The parts that came in them were usually correctly branded unless they were for trade-ins being refurbished. As opposed to going in to NAPA or AUTOZONE, where you have a choice of one replacement part, Rockauto usually has multiple variations of the replacement part made by several different manufacturers. You can buy the "economy" grade replacement or spend more and get the part that is an exact factory replacement. Getting the parts sooner at a local parts store is usually not an issue. Just remember how long it takes most shops to repair your RV. Very few are repaired in one day and some online parts suppliers do offer next day delivery. Getting multiple quotes from several shops is the best way to determine if this is a good price.
rgatijnet1 09/09/22 04:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repair Price

Yep, Rockauto selling MoPar parts is definitely a no no to some people that have never used them.
rgatijnet1 09/08/22 04:29pm Class A Motorhomes
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