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Route 66 in a Motorhome

Not sure if this is the correct forum to post this in but here goes. My wife and I have 25 foot motorhome and were thinking about a trip along route 66. Interested in the thoughts of those who have made this trip in a motorhome and what are the positives and negatives. We may or may nor tow a vehicle......thank you in advance.
Cardinals 08/12/21 08:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Winter Time Storage

This year we traded in our 38 foot travel trailer for a 25 foot motorhome, and love it. I have a few questions about winter storage. We live in upstate NY where we have plenty of cold and snow. 1. Is there any recommendation on how much fuel to leave in the tank when I put it away for winter? Full/Half? 2. Is there an additive I should add to the fuel tank prior to storage. If yes, what do you recommend? 3. My plan is to start the engine of the MH at least once or twice a month. It is stored about 5 minutes from our home. Is that too little to too much? 4. I also plan on testing the generator at least once a month...thoughts. 5. I will winterize the unit and prep it for storage. Thank you for your anticipated comments and assistance.
Cardinals 08/12/21 06:28am Class C Motorhomes
Thinking About Winter Storage

This is our first year with a motorhome and I I have a few questions about winter storage. 1. Any recommendations on the fuel level to maintain over the winter months. We are in cold upstate NY. 2. I was told to add an additive. Any recommendations on type? Do you add it once and that is all? 3. I was planning on starting it at least once each month (unit is only 5 minutes from our house), is that satisfactory? 4. Also assume would need to test generator monthly as well. Thank you in advance, i know about the winterization of the unit itself. Mike
Cardinals 08/10/21 08:11am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Height of Unit

Just a quick update for those who care, I measured the unit, including the ac box on top and it matches, in total, what the manufacturer said.....
Cardinals 04/30/21 01:24pm Class C Motorhomes
Height of Unit

When the manufacturer states the height of the unit are they taking into account the air conditioning unit and vents on the top of the roof. Our says 11.25 feet. Thanks in advance.
Cardinals 04/24/21 12:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Thank you all very much
Cardinals 04/01/21 06:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Thank you
Cardinals 03/31/21 06:29pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

I would agree with the 24 hours, same issue with the frig on our travel trailer....never thought it was going to cool down.....thanks for the response.
Cardinals 03/31/21 05:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Thank you Bob I so appreciate your assistance. Going to test it out this weekend and see how the frig cools down.....you are the reason I like this page.
Cardinals 03/31/21 05:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Well that is helpful!
Cardinals 03/31/21 04:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

So if I only want have the fridge running while in route to our destination I do not need to have the generator running?
Cardinals 03/31/21 04:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Magic Chef/Norcold
Cardinals 03/31/21 03:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

So I did actually get a hold of the demo person and he said that with our unit to plug the power cord into the receptacle in the back compartment and then set the refrigerator to "automatic" and it will know to use the electric as power source and charge our battery at same time. The frig can run off of LP gas or electric. Previously we had a travel trailer and always waited until we got to the site before powering up the refrigerator.
Cardinals 03/31/21 02:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

Yes, it is a residential fridge
Cardinals 03/31/21 02:10pm Class C Motorhomes
Utilizing Refrigerator While Driving to RV Park

We are new to Class C and despite listening as well as I could during our walk thru I think I missed the step on turning on the refrigerator while traveling so we dan bring our own food. We have Forrester 25 foot unit. I think the demo guy said we can plug the 30 amp line into the unit itself.f (it has a plug in the back compartment) and then turn on the refrigerator and it will run off the house battery while traveling and charge the battery as the same time. Did I get that right? Thanks is advance. Mike
Cardinals 03/31/21 01:59pm Class C Motorhomes
New to Class C

Just traded in our 38 foot travel trailer for a Forrester 25 foot motorhome. We are so looking forward to our first trip.....love reading the posts in this forum.
Cardinals 03/22/21 05:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Forrester 2151SLE

Got it, thanks
Cardinals 01/08/21 02:54am Class C Motorhomes
Forrester 2151SLE

My wife and I are considering the purchase of the Forrester Class C 2151SLE. We have had travel trailers for many years and are now looking at a change. I have read the segments on the differences in camping with a Class C vs Travel Trailer, now asking about the Forrester itself and if anyone has had any experience with the unit or company. Thank you
Cardinals 01/07/21 05:22pm Class C Motorhomes
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