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RE: Looking for 1994 generator part: Onan 166-0779 Ignition Coil

Is this the part you need? https://sleequipment.com/onan-genuine-part-166-0779-coil-ignition.html
Dave in TN 10/23/22 11:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: OBD Port F53

May still have protective cover over connector port. is fairly high Exactly why I struggled to find mine on my last MH. Had a black plastic cover over the port, which combined with the contortionist pose and dim lighting made it difficult to find. After wedging my wide frame (I’m being gentle on myself) between the driver’s seat and doghouse, lying on my back, shining a flashlight up under the dash while using the other hand to feel around, I eventually gave up and consulted YouTube where I found a video showing that dadgum cover that needed to be removed. Wedged myself back in and bingo, pay dirt. Only by then I’d forgotten why I wanted to find the port in the first place.
Dave in TN 09/17/22 02:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: The Future of Pricing

Get out there and camp. Our years seemed unlimited when we were younger, but do you really want to skip another year or two to save a few bucks? Good advice.
Dave in TN 08/29/22 12:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gray Tank Smell (Seriously annoying)

This product worked for me when we encountered grey tank odor issues. Of course if your problem isn't tank related this wouldn't help. https://www.amazon.com/Camco-40597-Black-Cyclone-Plumbing/dp/B00SQ1K19A?th=1 https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/815Vxg+VnLL._AC_SL1500_.jpg height=400 width=400
Dave in TN 07/14/22 12:32pm Tech Issues
RE: I have a Grey Tank I don't know what it is for

Do you have an outside kitchen with sink?
Dave in TN 06/13/22 01:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2013 Winnebago vista 35b flat towing jeep rubicon

I had the same coach as you, and flat towed both an Acura MDX and a Ford Flex. Not at the same time of course, lol. Anyways, both vehicles weighed approx 4400-4500 lbs, and the mh handled it very well. I did not pull out west however…largest grade I towed over was Monteagle in TN at 6%. Put in tow haul mode and take your time. As previously mentioned, always be careful when entering a gas station, parking lot, etc that you can get out without backing up. I only made that mistake once, having to unhook toad to back up a bit as I didn’t have enough room to swing around and get out. Not the end of the world but not too fun either.
Dave in TN 05/23/22 05:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Travel through Atlanta

I've been through Atlanta many times with RV's. Early on Saturday or Sunday morning, you typically will be fine. Honestly, I have more trouble with two other areas along that route. The stretch of I-75 south of Atlanta, near McDonough, nearly always causes me grief. And going through Chattanooga on I-24 can be a nightmare. When planning the timing of your drive, I'd consider getting through not only Atlanta early but also Chattanooga if possible (they are approx 2 hours apart).
Dave in TN 04/21/22 09:45am General RVing Issues
RE: RV recovery!

Very sad story, and a cautionary tale for all of us. The recovery of the vehicles in that video certainly appeared well done and respectful. Thanks for sharing.
Dave in TN 04/18/22 01:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Outdoor camp oven

I don’t have the oven but I’ve been happy with my various Camp Chef purchases. Thank you for sharing.
Dave in TN 03/21/22 03:29pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: I-75 at Chattanooga

If continuing on 75 it seems to be moving better. Was through there on Friday afternoon and we made good progress on 75 to that point. We were getting on 24 which was its usual mess all the way through to the 59 split.
Dave in TN 03/20/22 04:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: New to us 2013 Winnebago Vista 35B

Glad the purchase worked out for you. Our travels in a 35B were with five daughters, and the additional bathroom really came in handy. In fact a third bath might have been nice. :B
Dave in TN 03/04/22 04:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford Chassis

Maybe call Winnebago customer service in Forest City in the morning and ask what they’d suggest. When I had a wiper motor go out on a 2007 Itasca (Ford chassis) I found out it was a Winnie part, not a Ford part. We were on the road and they shipped it to the closest Winnie dealer to where we were. Not that that means it would be the same with wiper arms but they would be able to advise you in best way to replace.
Dave in TN 02/27/22 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Right truck and camper setup for a northern Alaskan winter

Very cool pics! I can’t help with your question but wanted to make your url clickable. https://photos.app.goo.gl/8gjwVSJD9yqMeGTE9
Dave in TN 02/24/22 05:15am Truck Campers
RE: 2013 Winnebago Vista 35b

We are purchasing the motor home! $83k. Super clean unit! We are excited! Congratulations! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did ours. If you have any questions ask here, or feel free to PM me.
Dave in TN 02/21/22 06:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2013 Winnebago Vista 35b

We had a 2014 Vista 35b for five years. Bought it new. I was very pleased with the build quality. Had no real need for warranty work. The fiberglass roof is good to have but definitely check the seams that run the full length both sides where roof attaches to sidewall channel to make sure sealed properly. Winnie spells out in manual the required maintenance there and you’ll want to ensure previous owner hasn’t ignored that. If the coach has been maintained properly, and tires have been replaced as noted by previous poster since originals would be approaching 10 years, these are really nice units imo. They also handle well for a gasser. My previous mh was a 2007 Winnie gasser with 19.5” tires and the 35b with the 22s handled infinitely better.
Dave in TN 02/20/22 12:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Finding a TT that does not have Bunkhouse

Maybe try some search terms that might exclude bunkhouses, like “rear living room”, “recliners”, or other things not typically found in bunkhouse trailers.
Dave in TN 12/23/21 06:03am Travel Trailers
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