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Posted: 12/22/21 11:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Below the answer from Thor:
« I am not sure where the tire pressure stickers for Cruise America came from. I would assume they place the stickers on the coach themselves. All our tire pressure information comes from the chassis manufacture. You would need to reach out to them directly for further concerns. »
But only the chassis and not the RV.
I guess I will have to do the math ! Thanks Iamichabod for the documents!

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How many former CA/EL Monte motorhome buyers shelter them? I am seeking the best way, for the least amount of money, to protect a motorhome from the elements. I live in Florida on an acre of property that has an RV station with 30 amp electric, water, and sewer connections. I am thinking a concrete slab with a permanent covering. Something like you see over some driveways. Believe that buying or building a barn/garage may be too much money. Do most of you have some sort of shelter for your motorhome or do you just leave it out in the elements? An RV pull over cover could be an alternative. Just don't know.

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Just got back from a 350mi trip to see some family, cat approved. If I can't seem to sell it, I might as well enjoy it (until it does sell).

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Hi all
New here but not a new guy
Now my 14 rig...

Short version
I bought a Cruise America Thor 19g about 5 years ago
Sold it about 12 minutes before the lock down
(was getting a newer rig, same model)
Well we know how that worked...
So, i spent the lock down searching in person and on line
EVERYTHING, Class A, B, C, Truck Slide Ins, Trailers
Ready made, self build the whole gamit

So: I repurchased the exact same model rig i sold pre lock down
Thor Majestic 19g with 120,000 miles direct from Cruise America

For my now 8 yo daughter and I it is perfect
I bought the 5 year 100,000 power train warrenty
Ford E350, single rear, 2wd

I added solar and about to put in new shocks, rear sumos and rear sway
Oh, and I put in the PepWave Cell /WiFi Router and Antenna (allows me to work remote with ease)

But most of all i have added MILES to the odometer, since purchase June 19, 2021 and 25 nites and another 20 days day camping

Turn key out the door road ready with warrenty and upgrades under $50k
IMHO that is a good value

BW

yes will post pics when i find that part

all the best in '22 to ya'll

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Posted: 01/04/22 11:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BillWilson94
Welcome to the Forum and the first new addition this year to the Former Rental Owners Club..You will be #142 [image]

It seems that you must be pretty satisfied with owning a Former Rental,to go back and get another one!

Also great to hear that you have been able to get out and enjoy your new rig and add some mods to it.

Thanks for the write up on your purchase and cost,I am sure it will help others out there that read this thread.

Please come on back and tell us more and add some pictures

This link will walk you thru picture posting.

Being it may not let you until you have a certain amount of posts,one of those things to keep spammers away.

Any problems there just send a PM to me and I will help out.

Again Welcome and hope your camping season is going well and continues.


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Howdy all Former Rental Owners!

I finally installed my Christmas present... Running boards, great addition as I get older. DeeZee 39" diamond plate running boards, about $230 from Amazon. Not too hard to install, cause I was able to do it, but kinda hard too, you gotta drill 2 holes in the frame for the brackets on each side, as well as, drilling in the pinch welds under the door and in the wheel well. I broke 2 of the DeeZee sheetmetal screws as I was ratchetting them into the frame, gave up trying to drill them out, figured out I could use 2 existing holes (passenger side) and bought bolts/nuts/washers and used them instead.

Drilled driver's side carefully, WATCH OUT FOR THE BRAKE LINE AND GAS LINE, and then I used the purchased nuts and bolts, instead of the mfg's large sheet metal screws again. Measured and marked several times before drilling, lined everything before tightening them up with blue lock-tight, that I decided to add as precaution.

Life is so much nicer getting in and out of the cab, and I have mud flaps now, cause you know how stuff sprays up on the front edge of the coach.

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