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RE: Warm weather traveling

Hang a temporary curtain behind the driver/passenger seat. The chassis A/C will keep you cool. That's what we used to do-- now I just run the genset
JoeH 12/24/20 05:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toad Full size Pickup

Well, the 3500 will weigh in at 6700 lbs. I don't know what teh capacity of the Voyage is. I looked at the brochure, but it doesn't specify. Best check out the label in the RV to see what it specifies. Voyage Brochure
JoeH 12/20/20 06:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: low coolant / add water?

When you get ready to drive it, top it off then. But, I would also look at the "overflow" container as well as the cap. On my F-53, that canister is pressurized and I had a cap go bad which resulted in lost coolant. A few years latter, the actual canister developed a crack which also caused a fluid loss.
JoeH 12/18/20 05:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Campgrounds around Zion national park

We stayed at Zion River resort -- very clean, FHU
JoeH 12/14/20 06:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: splicing aluminum to copper elec wire

what I used NOALOX
JoeH 12/14/20 06:04am Tech Issues
RE: What’s for Christmas dinner?

Probably Stone Crab
JoeH 12/11/20 05:41am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Newmar response

Typical of Newmar--- and if/when you get to talk to someone, you'll get the run around. Better off posting specifics of your problem here or on the Newmar Forum.
JoeH 12/06/20 05:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Removing old sealant from fiberglass roof

Instead of a plastic scraper, look at using plastic razor blades... you can get them at most auto supply places ( Advance Auto, etc.) They are safe and do a good job and don't flex like a scraper.
JoeH 12/05/20 05:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: “Must Do” things while in Clearwater Beach, FL

Ft DeSoto and Egmont Key
JoeH 12/02/20 05:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Who uses a pop-up canopy?

We have a CLAM and use it to cover our picnic table. Sets up in under a minute and take down about the same.
JoeH 12/02/20 05:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Big 5 National Parks in Utah

Planning a trip next spring to visit the National Parks in Utah for the first time. Will be pulling a 26' travel trailer with a diesel pickup. Will be starting at Arches and ending at Zion. Would like to know routes that would be relatively easy for pulling a travel trailer and proceeding from Arches to Capitol Reef to Bryce to Zion. Main concern would be tough switchbacks to maneuver a trailer. I am aware of State Highway 12 as a scenic route that is doable pulling a trailer. Not sure of other routes over the landscape other than travelling on Interstate 70. Also, any recommendations as to private campgrounds would be appreciated. Thanks! Zion River Resort (Zion) Ruby's Inn (Bryce) Thousand Lake RV (Capitol Reef) Portal RV ( Canyon Lands & Arches) Might also want to check out Monument valley and stay at Goulding's
JoeH 11/30/20 05:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: “Must Do” things while in Clearwater Beach, FL

Consider taking a short Drive to Tarpon Springs.
JoeH 11/30/20 05:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How is the snow bird traffic on I-95

While not on the east coast, I95, yesterday we were at Anna Maria Island on the west coast and the place was packed with snowbirds. 2/3 of the vehicle tags on cars parked at the beach were from "up north"... and the beach was full. Hard to find a parking space
JoeH 11/29/20 06:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Anyone use a sous vide for cooking? Do you like it? Any words of wisdom in it's use? In case you don't know what that is - Here is a link. Click I do it sometimes..... I made my own cooker using a crockpot and a temperature controller I got on ebay for a few bucks. Works good. Many restaurants use sous vide
JoeH 11/26/20 05:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there any difference in DRIVING a gas class A vs diesel?

I've been toying with the idea of trading in my gas Bounder for a diesel powered coach. Do they ride any smoother (my wife's pet peeve), do they handle much differently on state highways and interstates, and do they really make much difference for towing? I've had two class C's before moving to the A, and each coach has been bigger than the last, and for me, better. There are a lot of used diesels on the market right now and I was wondering if it would be worth trading again to get a better ride and livability. Thanks for any insights. Egor Lots of good info posted... here's one more. In the Class C the driver sits quite aways behind the steer axle . On a gas Class A, teh driver generally sits on top of the steer axle or a just a little behind it. On most Pushers, the driver will be sitting in front of the steer axle. Makes driving a bit different.... I like it.
JoeH 11/24/20 04:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Did that on my metal sawhorse .... it reminds me every time I use it
JoeH 11/20/20 05:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A motorhomes with a Ford V10 Chassis

I had a 1999 V-10 in 36' Pace Arrow Vision. So it was pretty heavy and I pulled either a toad or a 20ft enclosed trailer. 150,000 miles with only 2 minor issues--- idler pulley bearing for serpentine belt went bad at about 10k miles and the starter relay died at about 15k miles. Both covered under warranty and easy fixes. Great trouble free engine
JoeH 11/20/20 05:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Portable Smoker Ideas??

If you already carry a grill for normal grilling, look at using an A-maz-n tube or maze---- I have the tube and it does a reasonable job using my standard table top grill. Link to their website
JoeH 11/14/20 05:40am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Beautiful RV escapes across America this winter

Last time I knew, Hadley's Point closes Oct 15.
JoeH 11/09/20 05:36am General RVing Issues
RE: Whats up in Charleston?

I was there the day before the earthquake, it was closed the next day. I'll list a few places we have stayed or visited this year. Blowing Rock, Linville, Grandfather Mountain, Linville Falls, Banner Elk, Spruce Pine, West Palm Beach, FL, Bristol, TN, Knoxville, TN, Pigeon Forge, TN, Saluda, NC, Lake Lure, Chimney Rock, Hendersonville, Forest City, Fayetteville, WV, Beckley, WV, Oak Hill, WV (where Hank Williams died),Morgantown, WV (home of Don Knotts and WVU), All over central PA where the 911 memorial is located, Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA and we have 2 months to go. Would take me all day to mention each water fall, river, and mountain we have visited. I will soon be 80 so I got to go while I can and saw plenty of color last trip. Been home 2 days. Congrats on your adventures this year! We too have been out and about . NC mountains in June and August, then Maine in between the NC visits.. Now in the Florida keys. Just making sure we are reasonably cautious.
JoeH 10/29/20 03:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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