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RE: Pickle on My Entry Door Grab Handle

SuperBus, I have the solution; I will take one for the team and trade our mint 1 owner Kountry Star for your London Aire. And seeing as I'm such a team player, I won't even charge you for the swap. Please let me know how you'd like to move ahead with this and we'll make it happen. :B :B :B Am I helpful? :h Can he keep the pickle???....:W....Dennis
Executive 10/15/19 09:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electrical issue

FYI the 'breakers' on the inverter are different than ones you find in your electrical panel. They are usually button breakers. These are very small and easily missed. Look for a button about 1/8" in diameter. Push it in and see if that works....Dennis
Executive 10/10/19 11:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide moving out

When we park we always open the slides. Makes the coach more roomy....Dennis
Executive 10/08/19 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good trip-bad repair shop

The details are in his previous thread: https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29956512.cfm Thank you. Seems like he would have continued that thread instead of starting a new one. Appreciate your input.....Dennis
Executive 10/02/19 11:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good trip-bad repair shop

I'm interested in what happened. What caused the overheating and what was the eventual fix? And what kind of coach do you have? Dale Me too...otherwise this is nothing more than a troll post to bash freightliner...:( ....Dennis
Executive 10/01/19 02:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seeking advice for full time rv living

Been full timing for 11 years and over 100,000 miles - less than 10k of that on the interstates - rest is all back roads. You'll love the freedom and lifestyle. It can get lonesome sometimes if you don't have human company but your dog will suffice for much of it. Depending on your health, look into service dogs or at least a therapy dog. That way your dog can explore with you. Select your state of residency carefully. We chose South Dakota because of no income tax, no luxury tax, 4% sales tax, no inspections and cheap license plate renewals. We use a mail box drop for our addy. Socking away some cash on a regular basis is a good idea for repairs, since it sounds like you aren't too handy with a screwdriver. Read books on RV repair. Many 'fixes' are easy and knowledge is a great thing. Don't plan your trips. Simply drive til you feel like stopping. If you get stuck there's always a WalMart or Home Depot you can crash in for the night. Casinos are great spots too. Look at Passport America for discount campgrounds. Join Thousand Trails, RPI etc. Lots of discounts. If you're a vet there's tons of military campgrounds too. Keep looking and asking questions....Dennis
Executive 09/23/19 10:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which route

We avoid tolls and interstates whenever possible. Lots of interesting things to see and do. Just make sure you're not in a hurry. You'll see interesting churches, farmhouses, cafes and everything in between. Stop and smell the roses along the way. Lot's of working folks in the midwest. Up at dawn and asleep just after dusk....Dennis
Executive 09/23/19 09:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: extended warranty

Since you've already had an extended warranty, I assume you know about the contract language. For those that don't, make sure the contract you buy is an "Exclusionary Contract". An exclusionary contract simply state what is NOT COVERED. If it's NOT in the contract, it's covered. Makes things much easier. A little more expensive but there are no surprises. Also, as with any contract, follow the stated procedures as written....Dennis
Executive 09/22/19 09:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fried battery

Batteries fail. Generally 5 yrs is max but some 6VDC last longer. Anyway, my guess is your battery failed internally and cooked itself. Follow your manual's advice. Check your batteries monthly to ensure water levels are up. Also, if you have a battery bank, one weak battery will drag the others with it....Dennis
Executive 09/22/19 09:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foggy Door Glass

Order, cut to size, install, DONE !!!....Dennis https://i.imgur.com/YeMaylSl.jpg
Executive 09/20/19 04:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Route from Astoria, OR to Wenatchee, WA

We've done both and really prefer the US 12 route. You won't have issues with either but the southern route is more scenic. IMO.....Dennis
Executive 09/19/19 09:02am Roads and Routes
RE: States Visited Map Rules

1. States I've driven through 2. States I've spent money in. 3. States I've visited. 4. States I've fueled up in. Choice is yours. We try to spend at least 6 weeks in each state. 2 in the northern part, 2 in the middle and 2 in the southern. This allows us ample time to really visit and see everything that state offers. Ca and Tx are exceptions. This applies to mostly western states as some of the smaller states can be done in much less time. But, really the choice is yours. We've seen people pull up, jump out of their car, take a picture of the Grand Canyon and drive off. IMO that is not visiting nor actually enjoying what is offered. Hike down to Supai village, swim behind the waterfalls, enjoy life.....Dennis
Executive 09/19/19 08:57am Roads and Routes
RE: extended warranty

I had two policies with Wholesale Warranties. Jeff Shelton is above average and they did step in to assist with a claim. Highly recommend them. Be sure to ask for a blank copy of the warranty before signing. He will email it to you so you can look it over to ensure it's the right policy for your particular situation. They are very helpful.....Dennis
Executive 09/16/19 09:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone know where turn signal fuses/relays are located...

If it were a fuse, neither would be working. It's either a burned out bulb, a corroded connection or a bad wire on that side....Dennis
Executive 09/16/19 09:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I got the shakes

In my lifetime, I've experienced two out of round tires. PITA, but balancing while on the vehicle is the easiest way to highlight it. Whether the mfg will exchange it is another issue completely....good luck...Dennis
Executive 09/15/19 08:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I got the shakes

Register my vote for an out of round tire. Almost any tire shop can put a 19.5 tire on their balancer. Obviously having them balanced ON THE COACH is the best way but if they spin balance them, you should be able to find which one is bad....Dennis
Executive 09/15/19 01:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diminshed Value Claims

Everyone on here needs to compare apples to apples. Cars and depreciation, cars and diminished value, cars and whatever...these have nothing to do with this discussion. Kelly BB, Edmonds and others have a different 'book' and even CarFax has it's own 'bible' that has to do strictly with automobiles, which are cars and trucks. Recreational Vehicles are different animals and are treated differently. Run a CarFax on your RV and see what comes up. Most RV 'accidents' aren't even reported anywhere....Dennis
Executive 09/14/19 01:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: building new campground

Like BjBear, I too, looked up the area. I can see 'destination' written all over it. We can go two weeks with the black tank and can stretch the grey with shorter showers. Where you are, I would envision at least a one week stay to really enjoy the area. Harvest Hosts are geared to only overnight stays, $70/yr sponsored by FMCA, another avenue to explore to getting the word out. Best of luck and let us know when you're up and running, we'll be your first customer.....Dennis
Executive 09/12/19 09:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newmar Platinum Insurance ????

If they throw it in for free, go for it. Otherwise get a blank copy, take it home and read it from cover to cover very carefully. Dealers usually make 100% profit on those contracts. I have had two with my current coach and they both have paid for themselves. That said, make sure they are exclusionary contracts. This means they tell you, in writing, what is NOT covered. If it's not in the contract, it's covered. Most contracts contain verbiage similar to "If a covered part fails due to the fault of a non-covered part, the covered part is not covered". Yep!! written by an attorney...best of luck....Dennis
Executive 09/11/19 10:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Would this be crazy??

You'll go a long ways to be more comfortable than this. beaverhttps://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2005-Beaver-Motor-Coaches-Monteray-40--Laguna-Diesel-5008369527 Seems like they could simply look at the BACK of the coach and get the correct spelling of Monterey. Yes???....Dennis
Executive 09/11/19 10:33pm Class A Motorhomes
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