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RE: microlite 2800 blowing white smoke

White smoke would be unburnt fuel. My guess, a stuck needle valve, which is keeping the float from closing. This will cause it to run rich, and foul the spark plug. Just a guess as it could be something else keeping the float open.
My Roadtrek 07/05/15 11:19pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: microlite 2800 blowing white smoke

You might want to read this, has some good info. http://www.justanswer.com/small-engine/6xhx0-onan-microlight-2800-generator-it-s-carburetor.html I agree with the Tech. if the carb. is gummed up, you will never get it clean no matter how much Seafoam you run through it. That will just prolong the inevitable, replacing the carb. Exercising the gen-get is even more important since ethanol has been added to the gas. Installing a fuel cut off, and running the carb dry will help when not being able to exercise per Onan's recommendations. Exercising is not just for the carb. though, it's also for evaporating water inside the engine.
My Roadtrek 07/05/15 07:36pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Replacement Table Tops

You can always go back and edit a post, no need to post a new one. If you go to Forum Tech Support there is a sticky that tells you how to post links, pictures, edit posts, etc.
My Roadtrek 07/05/15 02:23pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 2012 Roadtrek SS Starter Fuse Problem

Always request a flatbed, never let it be towed. Hope everything is OK. If you have Coachnet, or Good Sam Roadside Assistance, getting a flatbed should not be a problem.
My Roadtrek 07/01/15 01:57pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Weight Distribution with Sway Control Suggestions

Another vote for Blue OX Sway Pro.
My Roadtrek 06/30/15 01:47pm Travel Trailers
RE: Questions on 2008 Roadtrek Popular 19

Bilstein HD shocks. How small is the hole? You could just put a piece of duct tape on the back of the hole, and fill the hole with some tinted resin. Kind of depends on the hole size. If you are using the fridge on DC it will drain a battery in as little as 2 hours. We need more information.
My Roadtrek 06/28/15 05:13pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: lance trailers

Can you post a resource for your statement? I haven't seen any complaints about ithe front window taking a lot of abuse. Not owning a 2015 with the redesign I really can't make a judgement, maybe an owner will chime in and give some "factual" information about the front window.
My Roadtrek 06/23/15 04:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need recommendation on a print server

We dumped our Canom MFP Inkjet for the new small HP MFP M 277 dw. It's a Laserjet MFP color printer so costs more up front, but for us it was a better value than a Inkjet. $350 at Amazon. "There are multiple ways of printing from iOS and Android devices. You can use Apple’s AirPrint or HP’s ePrint – the latter lets you simply email the files you want to print to the printer itself. There’s also support for Google Cloud Print, which lets you print documents from a Chromebook or indeed any computer connected to the internet. Of course, you needn’t bother with any of this if you don’t own any of these devices; there’s conventional Windows software too." Maybe not for everyone, but might be a printer to choose if you don't print a lot, and have problems with your Inkjet print heads drying up. (toner doesn't dry up) It was very easy to set up with its touch screen display. This is so far the best printer I have ever owned. The one draw back is photo prints are not quite as good as our old Inkjet, but we can have our photos printed at Costco. HP M 277 dw The foot print is about the same as our old Canon MFP http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf-JAVA/Doc/images/308/c04516133.gif width=250
My Roadtrek 06/22/15 10:31pm Technology Corner
RE: lance trailers

A short video of the redesigned Lance front end cap. Lance's new front end cap.
My Roadtrek 06/22/15 04:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Vhb tape question

Yes
My Roadtrek 06/21/15 12:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: lance trailers

The windows are not plastic, there acrylic, and only in the small 1575. I believe Scott is basing his opinion on one Lance, and "what a dealer told him" about the wear and tear of the interior. I have seen people on here say that Lance uses staples in their cabinets, they don't, so don't believe every thing you read. Lance has only been making trailers since 2009, and in my opinion have come a long way since then, and now making the best light weight trailer on the market. The best thing to do is go look at a lot of TT, look at the construction, from the axels to the roof, then make your own decision. Don't confuse light weight with lack of quality, some people can't wrap their heads around modern technology. Trailerlife Lance review. Lance Factory Tour
My Roadtrek 06/21/15 02:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Can Dicor be used as an adhesive??

3M VHB auto moulding tape. Strong, easy to use, and can be removed.
My Roadtrek 06/21/15 01:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Keeping parked vehicle cool

Probably better to start a new thread in General, and ask there for recommendations. The place I used for my Roadtrek in Tucson is no longer in business.
My Roadtrek 06/17/15 07:09pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Used roadtreks

You could add front seat swivels, and build something to span the gap, then add a piece of of foam over the top. That's where Roadtrek puts their small bed.
My Roadtrek 06/17/15 12:17am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Keeping parked vehicle cool

Be careful with those car ports, Monsoon season here in Tucson can deposit your car port in a neighbors yard. I have seen the canvas ones ripped to shreds this time of year.
My Roadtrek 06/16/15 10:04pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Used roadtreks

If you read the FAQ's Sticky on the Class B home page you will see info. on the older Dodge vans. Some had handling problems that could never be corrected, and is one of the reason you will see some with low mileage. As long as you did a good test drive on a highway with trucks passing, and had no problems you should be good to go.
My Roadtrek 06/16/15 09:59pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Keeping parked vehicle cool

The vent fan will push air out, and help a little, but fans themselves won't cool the air. Without a carport of some type, tarp, etc, try covering the windows with Reflectex, and park on dirt, or grass. I also live in Tucson and would see inside temps of my Roadtrek at 125 or more, with the windows covered. This was the reason I decided to go with a TT, and build a garage. I mean with 105 today, and 109 for the rest of the week, only so much you can do. Pray for the Monsoons to start and cool things off.
My Roadtrek 06/15/15 10:09pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rusty propane tank - is it safe?

The Manchester tanks up to 2002 were painted from the factory, 2002 to present were powder coated, mainly do to rusting.
My Roadtrek 06/15/15 02:01pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Used roadtreks

Check Consumer Reports used car/truck issue. It confirms my experience of Dodge engines in those years. From 1992 to 2003 Dodge Maxi Vans used the V8 Magnum 5.2 liter. (318) From what I have read it was/is a very reliable engine. Please post a link to the bad reviews for the 318 engine for those years. Every search I make comes up positive. Consumer Reports requires a subscription.
My Roadtrek 06/14/15 08:06pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Which 4 Season camper???

If you want a light weight all the Lance's except the 1575 have a 4 Season package option. Nice trailers, tow really well, ever better now with the new front cap redesign Lance
My Roadtrek 06/14/15 02:44pm Travel Trailers
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