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RE: Broke down days from home, what would you do?

ANSWER >> RV MOBILE REPAIR Don't know where you are leaving your RV for 6 WEEKS but I sure would not. I full time RV, I don't even have a home to drive or fly back to!! My RV's are repaired the 'same day' they break and/or need repairs right at what ever CG I am at at the time. If you are in a CG ask the manager who they use for mobile repair. They come out to you, repair the RV and you are done and have a working RV. 99.999% of the time it is repaired right at your site within ONE DAY. Their trucks are so full of RV parts that in 7 years on the road I only had to wait for an ordered part once....and that was for a full awning replacement. Which BTW arrived the next morning and was installed by noon! If a part does have to be ordered (unlike a dealership) an RV Mobile repair guy with have the part the 'next day' and be back on that SAME day to install it. And guess what? For half the price of what you will pay at a dealership AND get 10 times more the experience of a tech. There is NO reason to go to an 'RV dealership' and/or leave your RV for months on end. None, nada, zip, zero reasons to use those whoremongers. :B When we broke down, failed hydraulic pump it took just shy of 30 days to get the pump. This was at a truck repair shop. So you folks that think you will be on the road the next day are in for a huge surprise. This was not the shops fault and I was on the road soon after the part arrived. Pickup.
Pogoil 07/27/16 10:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gen set won't stay running the year - AGAIN!

Dirty brushes, clean them before they take out your voltage regulator. I also have a propane generator. Pogoil.
Pogoil 07/09/16 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rates In Florida

No rent control. Ever.
Pogoil 02/23/16 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Moving to Gasser

Must be more to it, spending $100k for a new one. Slide must have not been fixed right. A lightning strike should be covered by insurance. Good luck on your decision. Pogoil.
Pogoil 02/15/16 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What 22.5 tires are good and won't break the bank?

Notice he said 6 tires. Pogoil
Pogoil 02/12/16 09:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Setting up RV to use water pump instead of Park Supply

Yep. Pogoil.
Pogoil 02/09/16 07:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What 22.5 tires are good and won't break the bank?

Toyos for sure M 154 ride great last and do not crack out like some. Great service from Les Schwab. Fair price. Did I mention they ride smooth. Pogoil.
Pogoil 02/09/16 09:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Setting up RV to use water pump instead of Park Supply

40 psi is not considered low. Many municipalities can provide as low as 25 psi. Some have over 100. we stayed at a park one winter that had 80psi. Several toilet valves failed in the park from the high pressure. I would look at a stuck inlet regulator. Pogoil.
Pogoil 02/06/16 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1992 spartan chassis, Coachmen MH. Any words of wisdom???

I have a 1994 Spartan chassis on my 95 MH. Only chassis problem I have encountered is a hydraulic pump failure. If you get it change the filters and fluid right away. That is the one thing I did not do when we bought ours. Shocks will most likely be shot too. I like the chassis. Ours has 4 air bags and I would describe the way it handles like a big Cadillac. not like a sports car. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/28/16 10:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: SR 299 in N Cali

199 over 299 any day of the week. I like the curves on 299 but it is 31/2 hours any way you drive it. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/27/16 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 Beaver Where does the tach get its signal from.

Thanks for all the replies, I will check this out shortly as I am now nearly crippled from hand polishing my Alcoa wheels. But they shine like the sun! When your wheels are clean the MH. is clean. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/27/16 10:58am Class A Motorhomes
1995 Beaver Where does the tach get its signal from.

The tachometer.on my motor home is erratic at times. Alternator is working correctly. Cummins 6cta 8.3 mechanical. Thanks, Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/26/16 11:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Freezing in Roanoke- electrical mystery 98 Holiday Imperial

One of two breakers on the inverter. May have tripped. Reset them and you should have power. Usually located in the basement. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/19/16 07:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blew inside dual, destroyed airbag and HCV

Thank you for the post and suggestions, like you I try to stay prepared for the problems that arise on occasion. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/16/16 09:42am Class A Motorhomes
Florida 98/19 Destin to Clearwater.

How is this route in a motorhome. I would assume it to be slow but scenic. Appreciate any thoughts. Thank You. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/14/16 02:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: to much info

We use the book as a tool along with other sources. We like the book, but again I like to read the newspaper as well. Phone or WiFi is not always available. Pogoil.
Pogoil 01/08/16 06:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV seat belt safety

Drive Safe my friends! A M.H. going 70 scares me when I see them pass me. Pogoil.
Pogoil 12/10/15 10:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CA coast south from Bay Area to San Diego

Hwy 1 is so much fun. Pogoil.
Pogoil 12/06/15 05:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: RE:Power cord lock

Easiest way is to put 1 tire on the cord. Then they have to cut it. Pogoil. That is very bad for the cord Not if you use a 2x6 with a 1 inch notch that the cord goes through under the tire. Point being we can all do things to slow down a thief but they will just cut the cord if they want it bad enough. Pogoil.
Pogoil 12/06/15 11:41am General RVing Issues
RE: RE:Power cord lock

Easiest way is to put 1 tire on the cord. Then they have to cut it. Pogoil.
Pogoil 12/06/15 09:10am General RVing Issues
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