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We had a very nice time =)
Motorhomes / Re: How to deal with flat tires
« Last post by phil-t on Today at 03:41:21 AM »
No flat tires yet of course, but what are the options when it happens? Can you be prepared for this unfortunate event?

Thanks. Hope to see you on the road!

Only you can know if you can be prepared.  Do you have spare, and is it in good, servicable condition? Can you physically handle that spare tire, have the tools and change the tire out on the side of the road.  NOT necessarily an easy task.
Raodside assistance and carrying a spare(if you have the room) are the best options, next to a capable DIYer.
No spare, generally means a long wait, depending on where and when this unfortunate event takes place.

Safe travels to you and enjoy your new adventures.
Towing and towables / Re: If your on the fence about going 3/4 ton..
« Last post by jackiemac on Today at 03:37:34 AM »
Glad it has worked out. Hope you enjoyed the camping too....
PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Netflix and Hulu
« Last post by Kingeight8 on Today at 03:30:23 AM »
it depends on how you use package. I downloaded the Netflix at mobidescargar and used for 1 years
General Discussion / Re: Pressure washing
« Last post by HueyPilotVN on Today at 01:16:50 AM »
I also connect the pressure washer to the water supply of the coach.  In my case I use an adapter to hook the regular water hose to the outside shower.

A couple of years ago while at Quartzsite in the BLM land I asked one of the employees if I could use the water in my freshwater tank that came from the filling station to wash the coach.  He said it was fine with him.  With my 100+ gallon fresh water tank it was more than needed.

Here is a picture of the brass adapter I used.

I still have three in my give away parts bin.
The Shade Tree / Re: Need a bigger Hedge trimmer??
« Last post by Arch Hoagland on May 19, 2019, 11:28:47 PM »
Private for-sale and wanted items / 2006 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 32BA for sale
« Last post by returnee on May 19, 2019, 11:16:21 PM »

59,000 MILES                  ONLY $25,000.00

Everything works as it should:

Two new front tires (7/18)
Complete Roof resealed (9/18)
Chevrolet 8.1liter Workhorse chassis
340 HP, Torque [email protected]
2 Slides, Awning
70 Onan generator
31.3 gal LPG (cooker, heater)
Dual power 12 cu ft Fridge (electric, propane)
Dual power water heater (electric, propane)
Twin A/C                   84 gal fresh water tank
LCD TV with satellite dish            45 gal black water tank
Allison automatic 5 spd gearbox         45 gal grey water tank

Steel/Aluminum reinforced structure
Laminated floor sidewalls and roof

Minimum garage height 13 feet

RV has been stored in a coverage area in Yuma, AZ. (I live in FL).
I am travelling to Colorado & Utah in May and June and am willing
to sell while on the road. l'll be back in Yuma to store the RV at the
end of June.

Contact:  561-284-1647 (please leave a voicemail)

Photos will be forthcoming.
The Shade Tree / Need a bigger Hedge trimmer??
« Last post by Howard R on May 19, 2019, 10:28:15 PM »
Check out this Hedge trimmer  :o   :D


Winnebago-specific issues / Re: Winnebago Via Hot Watet
« Last post by ChuckB on May 19, 2019, 10:27:52 PM »
The water heater does not appear to be coming on.   I'm not aware of a bypass valve...any idea as to where that would be?   No shutoff switches on any of the heads that I can see.  We get water, just not hot water.
Winnebago-specific issues / Re: Winnebago Via Hot Watet
« Last post by Gizmo100 on May 19, 2019, 10:16:45 PM »
1st question is the water heater coming on?
2nd Does the heater have a bypass valve and is it in the right position?
3rd If you have shutoff switches on shower heads double check that the Water facets are turned off...Not just the switches. Don't forget the outside shower.

Good luck...Hope this helps
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