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RE: Rebuild ideas and thoughts

See 3 years and counting..... I am pretty handy. I wouldn't touch it. He has 3 years into it, and almost $10,000 and he has only scratched the surface. I respect him for sticking with it, but it simply does not make sense to rebuild these vintage RV's. Best to find a low mileage older rig and make do. There are many of them on the market.
2bzy2c 06/03/20 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Remove logo on Flexsteel captains chairs arm rest.....

Yep. You have to peel the logo off to get to the 1/2" hex nut that allows the arm rest to be removed.
2bzy2c 05/21/20 04:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cannot start engine

Sorry that happened to you. The nest is certainly a good clue. It happened to me in the past. I just had to get a test light and start at the battery and trace the power to all components. I know it sounds time consuming, but there is little else you can do.
2bzy2c 05/21/20 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin Allerro

Always get a certified RV inspector - it should run $200-300 depending on your area. That's interesting.....Who "certifies" RV Inspectors? Buler....Buler?
2bzy2c 05/10/20 03:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin Allerro

Always get a certified RV inspector - it should run $200-300 depending on your area. That's interesting.....Who "certifies" RV Inspectors?
2bzy2c 05/05/20 09:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Rexhall Aerbus Window parts

HERE
2bzy2c 04/26/20 07:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Oh boy! I cant wait to see the adhesive tests he will go through for gluing it to the counter top.
2bzy2c 03/21/20 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I am very sorry to hear about your not feeling well. Please get well soon and finish the beast!
2bzy2c 03/11/20 08:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Price to expect if a RV dealer buys my coach

I also sold an RV to a dealer. I was selling it for a friend who was terminally ill. I had many lookers, tire kickers and frankly the women (not to be sexist here) who were hung up on the curtains and interior colors. They wanted Cappuccino cabinets, not cinnamon. Really? They RV dealer paid me my ask, which was fair, and away it went. Easy.
2bzy2c 02/24/20 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: dealer advertising

X's 2^^
2bzy2c 02/15/20 12:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Oldie Not Mine

That looks like a ton of work.
2bzy2c 02/05/20 01:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Free Streaming on Android

I have it. Do you mean Pluto TV? If so it is not a scam.
2bzy2c 01/12/20 09:18pm Technology Corner
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I checked 3 browsers, Chrome, Firefox and Safari. No images at all.
2bzy2c 01/03/20 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

And this has to do with "rebuilding a 83 pace arrow" how?
2bzy2c 01/01/20 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2010 650 Cummins mileage

There is always the old adage - "If you have to ask, you can't afford it." I figured someone would say this, so I went ahead and said it first. To the point, I cannot help you but I am certain someone in here can offer some idea.
2bzy2c 12/27/19 10:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2001 Monaco Knight - bulb number in headlights

I think he was asking about changing to LED bulbs.
2bzy2c 12/08/19 09:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2001 Monaco Knight - bulb number in headlights

I am no expert, but I don't think you can simply swap out an LED bulb. I could be wrong, but I think you have to change the bulb fixture as well. I am sure there are others that have more experience on the subject than I do that might offer solutions.
2bzy2c 12/08/19 06:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another ‘dadgum’ post re: tire PSI…please bear with me…

Well said ^
2bzy2c 11/30/19 09:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another ‘dadgum’ post re: tire PSI…please bear with me…

Something else to consider is inflating your tire with Nitrogen instead of pain air. Nitrogen doesn't heat up like plain air does. You stated that you F53 handles pretty good with PSI at 80 PSI when you start out, but as your tires heat up the handling changes. I've owned 2 F53 and they both handled badly. Bzzzzzt WRONG! There is virtually no difference between N2, O2, Air and Co2 thermal expansion rates. "I'll take Thermal Expansion for $100 Alex." Geek speak on the subject --> Ideal Gas Law: PV = nRT This formula is the "Ideal Gas Law Formula." Although there is no such thing as an ideal gas the formula is pretty accurate for N2, CO2, and oxygen as we assume that the gas molecules are point masses and the collisions of the molecules are totally elastic. (A completely elastic collision means that the energy of the molecules before a collision equals the energy of the molecules after a collision, or, to put it another way, there is no attraction among the molecules.) The formula becomes less accurate as the gas becomes very compressed and as the temperature decreases but here "very compressed" pressures are well above even the highest tire pressures and "decreased temperatures" are extremely cold, too cold for tires. There are some correction factors for both of these factors for each gas to convert it to a Real Gas Law Formula, but the Ideal Gas Law is a good estimation of the way N2, CO2 and "air" should react through temperature changes. What does all this mean? It simply means that "air", nitrogen vapor, and CO2 vapor should all react pretty much the same within normal tire pressures (0-120 PSI) and temperatures. In the hvac business we use nitrogen for leak down tests under the assumption that it doesn't fluctuate in pressure like compressed air will. However we use pressure way beyond that of a tire (500-600psi). I guess this is within the theory you provided. Why do race car drivers bother to use nitrogen in their tires? Is it a myth? Mainly because N2 is dry and does not contain moisture like compressed air. No moisture allows for a more predictable expansion rate, less corrosion, and nitrogen is inert and will not react with the tire rubber or compounds. See- Article
2bzy2c 11/30/19 06:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another ‘dadgum’ post re: tire PSI…please bear with me…

Something else to consider is inflating your tire with Nitrogen instead of pain air. Nitrogen doesn't heat up like plain air does. You stated that you F53 handles pretty good with PSI at 80 PSI when you start out, but as your tires heat up the handling changes. I've owned 2 F53 and they both handled badly. Bzzzzzt WRONG! There is virtually no difference between N2, O2, Air and Co2 thermal expansion rates. "I'll take Thermal Expansion for $100 Alex." Geek speak on the subject --> Ideal Gas Law: PV = nRT This formula is the "Ideal Gas Law Formula." Although there is no such thing as an ideal gas the formula is pretty accurate for N2, CO2, and oxygen as we assume that the gas molecules are point masses and the collisions of the molecules are totally elastic. (A completely elastic collision means that the energy of the molecules before a collision equals the energy of the molecules after a collision, or, to put it another way, there is no attraction among the molecules.) The formula becomes less accurate as the gas becomes very compressed and as the temperature decreases but here "very compressed" pressures are well above even the highest tire pressures and "decreased temperatures" are extremely cold, too cold for tires. There are some correction factors for both of these factors for each gas to convert it to a Real Gas Law Formula, but the Ideal Gas Law is a good estimation of the way N2, CO2 and "air" should react through temperature changes. What does all this mean? It simply means that "air", nitrogen vapor, and CO2 vapor should all react pretty much the same within normal tire pressures (0-120 PSI) and temperatures.
2bzy2c 11/29/19 07:22pm Class A Motorhomes
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