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RE: Safety Steer-plus

Have you had your coach weighed and set the tire pressures according to the tire manufacturer load/pressure chart? You would be amazed how many handling issues that corrects. I have not. I’ll be bringing the coach in for a general check up before I hit the road in February
FLHTCI 01/04/22 06:05pm Class A Motorhomes
Safety Steer-plus

Hello all. I have a 2012 Winnebago Itasca Sunstar T30. Having issues with a wondering front end. I have an appointment to have the front end looked at and aligned. I’m also considering a Safety Steer. Who has added these and are you happy with the results? Thank you
FLHTCI 01/04/22 05:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hydraulic stabilizers down during storage

Inflate tires to sidewall pressures. Don’t forget to reset pressures later. Also good time to give tires a good bath. Please explain. Thank you
FLHTCI 11/17/21 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
Hydraulic stabilizers down during storage

Hello all, What’s the consensus on leaving your stabilizers down while in storage? Ive heard it’s 4 more ways for mice to get into the coach. I also heard it keep some of the weight off of the tires minimizing flat spots on the tires. Thank you
FLHTCI 11/17/21 04:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: The wandering coach

All great advice. I drove flat beds and box trucks when I was a younger man. However that was at least 40 years ago. DrewE, I’ll try that on the way home
FLHTCI 11/03/21 09:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The wandering coach

Thank you, yes it’s a Ford chassis with a v10 power plant.
FLHTCI 11/03/21 08:55am Class A Motorhomes
The wandering coach

Hello all, and thank you for all the great past advice. I come to you with yet another question. The first time out in our Winnebago Itaska Sunstar with my wife following me. She said I was all over the road, sometimes in two lanes. I felt it also but to a lesser degree. What should I be looking for or is it the nature of the beast? Thank you
FLHTCI 11/03/21 06:51am Class A Motorhomes
Plug and play wiring harness for Jeep

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FLHTCI 10/26/21 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
Plug and play wiring harness for Jeep

Hello again, I’ve ordered all the components I need to tow my 2013 Jeep Wrangler behind my motor home expect the wiring harness that will power my brake and turn signals. I find the description vague. What brand do you suggest? Thank you
FLHTCI 10/26/21 10:55am Dinghy Towing
Tow bar options & instillation advice

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FLHTCI 10/20/21 10:01am Class A Motorhomes
Tow bar options & instillation advice

First I want to thank everyone for all the good advice you’ve given me so far. As a new class A motor home owner, I’ve learned a lot from your advice. I’m now embarking on outfitting my 2013 Jeep JKU to be towed behind my RV. The previous owner sold me his Brake Buddy. I’ll just need to but the breakaway switch and install it. What tow bar do you recommend and should I have it setup professionally? Looking at the side that attaches to the Jeep seems straight forward. Thank you
FLHTCI 10/20/21 10:01am Dinghy Towing
Non-level campsites Class A

I just bought a used class A motor home (30’ Itasca). Some campsites I’ve been in with my TT have hardly been lever to say the least. I noticed that it doesn’t take much of an incline for my leveling jack to lift the coach off the ground. What do you people do in a situation as I’ve mentioned? Thank you
FLHTCI 10/09/21 04:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow hall mode

Thank you all.
FLHTCI 09/17/21 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow hall mode

Do you mean tow/ HAUL mode? The Ford is equipped with a tow/haul mode feature that's very helpful when towing and especially helpful on descents. When in tow/haul mode you can tap the brakes on a descent and it will act similar to an engine brake allowing you to use less brakes and over heating them. In our previous MH, I found it helpful even when not towing in stop and go traffic as it changes the shift modes and helps slow you down without a lot of braking. But the tow/haul mode is designed exactly for towing. Yes that is what I meant lol.
FLHTCI 09/17/21 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
Tow hall mode

Greetings all, I pulled the trigger on a Winnebago Itasca Sunstar 30T. The previous owner drove it always in Tow Hall mode. Is this a wise decision?? I assume I should only use the tow mode when pulling my Jeep or my Harley trike trailer? Thank you
FLHTCI 09/17/21 08:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Torn between two used Class A need help

Hi, Have you considered renting a class A for two weeks to see how you enjoy driving it? Is this to be your full time home? Of the two mentioned, I'd get the old one inspected by a mobile repair man, with particular emphasis on water leaks. I’ve driven flatbed trucks in my former life so driving an RV shouldn’t be an issue. No this will be a camping with a one or two month Florida trip. Thank you
FLHTCI 09/06/21 10:14am Class A Motorhomes
Torn between two used Class A need help

This will be our first Motor Home. We’re both are in our mid 60’s. We’re looking to make an informed decision. Our favorite RV in our price range is a 2020 the Forest River FR3 30D. We came across a 2012 Winnebago Itasca SUNSTAR 30T which is 1/2 the cost of the FR3. I know the decision is ours but, I’m looking for feedback on the quality of these two units. The Winnebago seems to be better quality, what are your thoughts?? Thank you
FLHTCI 09/06/21 07:34am Class A Motorhomes
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