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I'll never buy ANYTHING from Worst Buy. They are run by idiots...JMHO....Dennis
Executive 11/11/20 09:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: EGR def

The new EGR valve on my engine was $1600...just for the valve. Somebody is making a fortune off them. Why do you think your engine won't last as long? Biggest issue is trying to convince the computer that stuff is still there......Dennis
Executive 11/03/20 08:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: made up own towing system

Simplest and cheapest tow system. I've used it many times over the years....:)...Dennis
Executive 10/31/20 10:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newmar Gas and Diesel Opinions

Newmar is gone. It's now a Newago!...Dennis
Executive 10/26/20 09:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1972 Ford RV - Can't find any info

Click HERE. Drop your picture in the box, copy the address into your post. Pictures will show up....hit CTRL D to bookmark the link....Dennis Finding info on a 38 yr old rig is fruitless. Gut it and build it to your specs, just like we do with our hot rods....D
Executive 10/23/20 09:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dolly towing and leveling jacks

Kinda, sorta, depends. If the rear is level as it should be, and the leveling isn't too severe, then you'd most likely be ok. Remember you'll have this big honking machine attached to the rear of the coach. It's designed to swivel as you hit bumps and dips in the road. Furthermore your coach's suspension lessens the stress on the hitch. That said, your stabilizing jacks are only designed to level the coach and only to a certain degree. You're going to add additional stress to your jacks by not unhitching. How much stress is too much? Can't answer that. Depends on your tow system, depends on how severe the out of level site is, depends on the jack system you're using and how well you've maintained it. I had one blow on me once...what an ugly mess. Scared the **** out of me and two of my neighbors too. I wouldn't do it as a matter of practice, but once in awhile and you might get away with it. Just remember, you're adding extra stress on your system by being lazy. You only have to "release" the hitch....Dennis
Executive 10/21/20 09:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: compartment door latch 96 Wbago Vectra

in fact executive... i looked for the way to do that... and still cant find it ...the only way i was able to do it is because you sent the HERE link... where do i find that in this rv net site? thanks in advance Click the HERE above and then hit CTRL D to bookmark the link. Saves lots of time.....Dennis
Executive 10/17/20 10:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: compartment door latch 96 Wbago Vectra

A picture helps more than 106 pages of gibberish. If you don't know how to post a picture, simply click HERE, put your picture in the box and copy the link provided into your post......Dennis
Executive 10/17/20 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12 volt receptacles shorting 12 volt accessory charge cords

There are only two reasons why you would experience what you are getting. One, the receptacles are not 12VDC and reverse polarity. I believe Doug has answered the reverse polarity issue which is more common than you think. Rarely will you find them wired with a 120VDC circuit. The plugs simply screw out and they're pretty easy to get to. Hold the outside part and unscrew the inside part. Use a meter to check voltage. Since you're experiencing the same issue with all three, it's in the wiring. If someone wired one wrong they wired all three wrong. Easy and cheap fix...Dennis
Executive 10/17/20 09:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: mystery plug in Damon Astoria.

Depending on the options available for your model, that plug may simply be an extra for one of those options that your coach does not have. Wire looms are made for every available option but not all those options are put on every coach. I would check for power on each wire and if one is found to be hot, I'd cap it off so that you won't have a short somewhere.....Dennis
Executive 10/12/20 09:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is typical width of class A with side slides both open?

Minimum 6" concrete. Oh! and a walk down pit for maintenance... :) ...Dennis
Executive 10/11/20 09:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor Home or Toy Hauler

Wishing them good luck in finding a place to park it in the Sacramento area. Only thing possible is an old KOA in P'ville and the fairgrounds which is in a sketchy part of town. Apartment is their best option IMO.....Dennis
Executive 10/10/20 10:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago buys Newmar

Newago Coach...there ya go... :B.... Dennis
Executive 10/10/20 10:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery questions

A mistake most people make is determining how quickly batteries charge and discharge. People think if you put a battery on a charger it should be charged up within an hour. This is false. Depending on the level of discharge, it might take several hours or even overnight to charge it fully. Also, a partially charged battery will discharge much faster than a fully charged battery. So, if you put it on the charger for an hour and then attempt to use it, it will discharge again very quickly. From your description, it sounds like your genset issue is directly related to your battery problem. One thing that you said that is questionable is that your genset is under warranty. Do you have an extended warranty, is your rig new what? If your rig is new then why did you replace your batteries? Generally, batteries will start their charging around 15VDC and then that will drop slowly as the battery reaches it's full capacity. AGMS are different than wets also, so your on board charger needs to be told they're AGMS....Dennis The following article might help answer some of your questions. At the very least, it will give you a little insight. Click HERE BOL...D
Executive 10/08/20 03:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2006 travel supreme

Or it could be you just need it re-charged. Go to an A/C shop for advice and repairs. Most DIY don't have the necessary equipment to test/fix dash airs that work but don't blow cold.....Dennis
Executive 10/06/20 10:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: questions on parking dp vs gas on grass

My coach weighs in at 49,650 pounds. Make sure your 'grass' can hold that. Also, pray it doesn't rain just before you're ready to head out. DPs are much heavier than gassers.....Dennis
Executive 10/05/20 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jack Problem

Sorry, I don't know 'jack'. :B .....Dennis
Executive 10/04/20 10:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long can you go on a 50 amp extension cord?

1. You should be ok with 50amps at 100'. 2. Since the trailer is already hooked up, it's safe to assume the receptacle is correct. 3. 100' will weigh a bunch but I would assume you're not going to be lugging it around much. 4. Depending on your situation and how long you'll be using the cord, I'd protect it by slicing a few pieces of 1 1/4 pvc for it to lay on to protect it from rodents and gravel etc. 5. When you're finished with it, you can always cut it up into smaller pieces which are more manageable. My cord is 45' on a reel. I carry another two pieces. One is 25' and the other 15'. Plugs at both ends allow me to plug in almost anywhere....Dennis
Executive 10/01/20 11:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: black tank flush port

I forgot mine once and had water coming out of the roof vent. 2 hours later after washing the coach and surrounding area, I vowed never to forget to open the valve while flushing...Dennis
Executive 09/24/20 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2020 chevy equinox LT

I bought mine new in 2014 and found it to be an excellent all around toad. That said, every toad has it's faults. Best toad I've had was the Chev HHR which is no longer made. The only difference though was the HHR had more interior room due to it's layout. The Equinox has been a trouble free vehicle with over 41,000 miles on the odometer and around 60,000 towed miles. We have the LTZ 4cyl model and I would get the 6cyl next time around because of the steering. The 4 has electronic steering and the 6 hydraulic. The 4 suffers from the 'death wobble' while the 6 does not. It's been solved with pulling a different fuse but you must add a charging module. ($49) so no biggie. For 2020 I believe they made some minor changes so you should look at the owner's manual to see what needs to be done to tow it four down. The body is the same. You might also look at the Blazer which looks great from the outside. I haven't spent any time at a dealer recently so I can't give you any info on them. I'd recommend the Equinox based on my success with it. Hook it up, put it in neutral, flip the switch and go....Dennis Click HERE for the 2020 towing guide.
Executive 09/22/20 09:11am Tow Vehicles
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