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RE: Bought a new coach & what about address

get a post office box. if you're staying local. if contemplating travel a forewarning service would be the better choice.
tempforce 03/14/21 12:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Awning Fabric Replacement

check out the procedures for replacing the awning fabric, without removing the entire awning. the instructions are located in the archives..
tempforce 09/22/20 09:08pm Toy Haulers
RE: Garrett turbo files for bankruptcy

typical hostile takeover, then use the company finances to bail out the parent company. then dumps the company they bought which is now saddled with debts.. sorta like what Mercedes did to Chrysler. Honeywell used to sell electronics, not anything fancy. they sold slide projectors and other consumer electronics. they sold major electrical devices. they weren't financially strong. until they started acquiring companies with strong credit.
tempforce 09/22/20 09:01pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Multiple blowouts in short time

check the tread wear. is it flat, on the edges or only on one side. also I was plagued with blowouts until I went to rims rated for more than 65 psi, as having e rated tires at 90 psi was causing the rims to crack and leak. thus blowing a tire due to under inflation and heat. I would have the wheel bearings cleaned and repacked with high temp grease. new seals. every 2nd year. if any signs of wear shows, then replace the bearing and race. + seal. balance the tires. new valves wu=ith tires. I like metal stems... make sure the tire sidewall doesn't have a warning for speed. most trailer tires are only rated for 60-65 mph. (they used to be rated at 55 mph). using LT tires is a upgrade. just make sure they are rated for more weight than you are hauling. with a good safety margin..
tempforce 09/22/20 08:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Odd power issues on 2000 Jayco Eagle

you may be dealing with a low voltage condition. low voltage makes electronics wonky.... your water heater, fridge and a/c/ all have circuit boards or relays. that require a certain amount of voltage and current. when they don't receive it, they do weird stuff. most camp grounds run off one or two transformers. the power company sets them. in the parks I have used. they had to have them set before and after each season to maintain correct settings.
tempforce 06/09/20 03:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: Arizona and AC

when overing a summer in az. I installed the largest window a/c unit I could find. to help my rooftop unit. the place still got hot.. I found that by using another window, I could just use a swamp cooler while I was gone and at night. then seal up the cooler during the heat of the day and just use the ac units... wasn't a pleasant summer.. if/when I replace my old rv. I will be downsizing. but will have twin a/c units and add an extra 1-2" of insulation installed in or on the roof. even if I have to have it done by a non dealer source.
tempforce 06/09/20 03:05pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Arizona and AC

only way to keep a unit cool in that heat is to keep the sun off, add roof insulation or a reflective surface. just as a note, if you buy a new unit, have them install a extra layer of roof insulation and a reflective barrier.
tempforce 05/30/20 12:25am Class C Motorhomes
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