Hello from Rio Rancho, NM

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New member
Aug 7, 2018
Rob & Mary planning on full-timing within the next year, if not sooner, depending on retirement and health issues.  2003 Travel Supreme DSO4. A diesel pusher.  Great coach, well built - but the biggest problem is finding information on the specific coach, such as owners manuals for the cummins 350, schematics, etc.  Any help would be appreciated.  Kids on both ends of the country so will sell house and live full-time in our home on wheels.

Kevin Means

Site Team
Aug 3, 2010
Lakeside, California
Hi Reodad, and welcome to the RVForum. Finding owners manuals for RVs is pretty hit or miss. Fortunately, RV manufacturers used pretty similar wiring designs and electrical components, and a lot of the appliances are common too. Finding where they installed (hid) some components can be challenging, but I'm sure you'll figure it out.

You didn't mention if you were new to RVing, or not, but if you are, make sure to check the date codes on your tires. Motorhome tires are getting close to needing to be replaced after 7 to 8 years - sometimes a bit longer. New RVers sometimes think the tire's appearance is an adequate indication of their condition - it's not. It's a chemical breakdown in the tires over time causes them to be susceptible to blowouts.

We just got home after spending some time RVing through NM. A beautiful state! Let us know if we can help with anything.



Site Team
Feb 22, 2016
Hi and welcome to the forum.

If you have specific questions just post them in the relevant board.  Normally the members here can help figure out the problem.

Safe travels....
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