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RE: Window shades?

Double Post in error. Sorry
Irish2 10/01/19 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Window shades?

Another vote for MCD. Great customer service.
Irish2 10/01/19 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking about a new Jeep tow vehicle...need your input...

I have a 2019 Cherokee Trailhawk and the death wobble has been addressed for this model year and supposedly has been solved. To date no problems towing this Jeep. I also have my GMC 2500HD equipped for a toad when I want to take my ATV or anything else in the bed. Prior to purchasing our Jeep we had a Honda CRV which is an outstanding vehicle but the newer models can not be towed all 4 down. All this to say that I have found very little difference in towing different vehicles of different weights without much of a difference. It mostly comes down to proper dingy tow set up and the tow capacities of your coach. We recently towed the GMC 2500HD Duramax from British Columbia to Nova Scotia and the fuel consumption did not reveal any noticeable difference from towing lighter vehicles.
Irish2 09/26/19 08:53am Dinghy Towing
RE: Quick reply please.

I think the final discussion comes to the driver taking into account, mechanical condition of your coach, weather, traffic conditions, environment obstacles (hills, strong cross winds), man made obstacles (low bridges, weight restrictions), services, and financial considerations weighed with your safety in mind. If you driver has a confidence level and has a history of driving your coach in varies terrains, I would respect his decision and enjoy the ride.
Irish2 09/26/19 08:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Run Flat on back dually

I would put the two new tires on the steers and the old steers, if they are still good, I would put them on my tags or on the duals. I am starting to change my thinking on tires on the coach in that I have been using the higher price Michelins up to now, but at 25000 miles and 5 years they have sidewall cracking. So going forward, I am thinking that I will buy a less expensive set of tires next time, maybe Toyo, as I never wear them out anyway and the Michelins seem to dry rot on the side walls.
Irish2 09/17/19 01:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Way To Sell A Dinghy

Go to RVT and check under the category, Tow Behind Cars. There are a number of equipped set up vehicles there.
Irish2 08/27/19 11:57am Dinghy Towing
RE: Towing Jeep Trailhawk

Our towed vehicle is a 2019 Cherokee Trailhawk and it performs that task excellent. We have a Demco Excalibar tow bar with 10,500 tow limit and the Demco base plates with removal tabs.
Irish2 08/22/19 07:24pm Dinghy Towing
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