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RE: Tail light issues

If you have the socket with the 2 metal strips that contact the bulb they are terrible from day 1. You can replace that socket with the older style that actually has the springs with decent bulb contacts. I did that with mine several years ago which gave my tail lights a permanent fix. These sockets will replace the old style and fit into your original fixture. LED bulbs won't help a bad socket make contact. Brian
Cobra21 11/14/20 08:35am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thinking about buying a class c

Number 1 thing is to decide on a budget. Be sure to include enough for taxes and registration. Also allow for critical things after you need it, such as tires, or appliance replacement. You will also want to have some funds for general setup, such as dishes, bedding, etc. Number 2 thing is that it have no water leaks. Go over it with a fine-tooth comb. Number 3 thing is that you and your wife are going to be happy in it. *Are you agile and willing to use the over-cab bunk? Does one or both of you get up a lot at night? Consider bed access. Consider that you might split your sleeping arrangements, if that is something that will make life simpler. *Does it have a comfortable place for both of you to sit? Consider if you are computer users or TV watchers or hobbyists. You want a spot to do all of that and a standard dinette is probably not going to be comfortable for 2 people to do things. Maybe look for a sofa, or a setup where you could readily replace the dinette with a loveseat or twin recliners. *Are you people who can travel light or do you have to bring the kitchen sink? Take into consideration the inside storage. For 2 people IMHO the best floor plan is going to have a slide-out so you don't fall over each other all the time while trying to cook, eat, and move around in the RV. That gets really annoying. I do not have a slide but I am mostly by myself. There are lots of tips for pre-buying inspection checklists. Do your reading and learn about what to look for. Decide on your parameters and set up alerts on RVTrader. Be willing to wait a while to get exactly what you want. Yes, Yes, and Yes! This pretty much sums it up! Brian
Cobra21 09/25/20 09:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Driving a 33' Class A

Thank you for all the great comments! The 21 with out a slide is difficult for 2 people exchanging places with in. I don't think we could take much over a week in it. Have owned it over 10 years. This is probably a trade off worth the while. We have a 32 in our sights. Thanks Again, Brian
Cobra21 09/08/20 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should l or not

I wouldn't do the top of the slides. Each times they move in and out the rubber seal at the top slides over the surface. Unlike the roof where noting slides over its surface. I would 1-800 your product mfg for their input. Very Good Point! Brian
Cobra21 09/08/20 10:55am Fifth-Wheels
Driving a 33' Class A

I currently have a C, 21' and am considering a 33' class A for some extended travel. Do you think I would be disappointed with the size difference for general getting around. We need some space and comfort, but is this a big sacrifice in maneuverability? Thanks, Brian
Cobra21 09/07/20 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should l or not

I think I would just to make everything equal. One coat should be all you need. Brian
Cobra21 09/07/20 08:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Roof coating help or advice

Henrys Trop I Kool is a Very Good Roof Coating. Yes they should have gone over all the seams and screws when they applied it. Should be good to go now since you finished their work. Brian
Cobra21 09/01/20 10:26am Beginning RVing
RE: roof joint sealing

Without seeing the pictures, I would say probably. On mine the edges looked worn so I ran eternabond tape, 4" stuff from front to back overlapping it onto the metal rain gutter one one side, and the awning track on the other side. Brian
Cobra21 09/01/20 10:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Coating my Class-C roof

I used Henry Trop-I-Cool. One coat coverage and very happy with this product. I put it on 1 year ago with a brush and a roller. I did the entire roof. Brian
Cobra21 08/27/20 12:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Delamination Class A or Class C?

I have never read anything that would imply that Class C have greater delam issues than Class A's ... where are you getting your info from? Overhand windows do have an issue ... but you seem to be aware of that. All are pictures on craigs list or pictures on rv trader. You can see it on the bodies of the Cs, I've seen none on any class A's. I already own a C with delam and am looking for an upgrade. Class A's have moved up a few notches on my list from what I have been seeing. Brian
Cobra21 08/13/20 09:19am General RVing Issues
Delamination Class A or Class C?

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Cobra21 08/12/20 10:24am Forum Posting Help and Support
Delamination Class A or Class C?

I have been looking at used Motorhomes on line and in person. I have always liked the Class C, but correct me if I'm wrong. I see lots of Class C's with Delamination, but I don't seem to find Class A's with this problem. Am I missing something? It's not just the upper bunk, but anywhere and everywhere on C's. Your feedback and experience please. Thanks, Brian
Cobra21 08/12/20 10:24am General RVing Issues
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