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RE: Non-level campsites Class A

The blocks I made last, I sandwiched a piece of plywood in between two pieces of 2x12 to keep them from splitting. It has worked well.
Krusty 10/13/21 04:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: TorqShift Transmission

Yup. Doing what it is designed to do to help slow you down without overheating the brakes. Don't worry. Your engine was built to rev and it won't hurt it a bit.
Krusty 10/01/21 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Our first, and last, TT rental experience

Still better than a good day at work!!
Krusty 09/29/21 12:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Smog Test Mystery

What part of the test did it fail? Have you had your oil changed recently? Always a good idea before the smog test if it needs it.
Krusty 09/21/21 12:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: After towing RV with bad batteries, truck blinkers...

Can you use your meter to determine if the fault is on the power side or the ground side? If power side, I think the wiring harness travels up the LH frame rail to the front and there should be a few inline connectors under the hood, above the LH front fender. Make sure these connectors are connected securely with no corrosion.
Krusty 08/12/21 03:28pm Tech Issues
RE: tow truck THIKS its overheating

What is it that's red lining? The tachometer or the temp gauge? Which engine?
Krusty 07/16/21 12:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Traveling to the United States can be an amazing experience

Sounds like a nice place. I'll have to look it up
Krusty 06/25/21 12:46pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Bonehead Blunder, I'm an idiot!

We all make mistakes, and now you know you will never make that one again. Somebody was definitely watching over you. May I suggest you go buy a lottery ticket or two?
Krusty 06/21/21 12:06pm Towing
RE: Coach Battery Group Size

I would check the website of the battery manufacturer for measurements, then measure the compartment to see what will fit. The bigger, the better generally. Couple 6 volt golf cart batteries are usually a good choice or a pair of group 27s
Krusty 06/11/21 01:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trailer brake warning on RAM

If you were to connect a test lamp to the brake circuit on your trucks 7-pin connector, you may notice a small quick flash every 30 seconds or so. That is your brake controller monitoring the circuit. It sends out a voltage and watches for a reference to ground on the circuit. If it doesn't see one, it knows the circuit is open and displays the warning message.
Krusty 06/11/21 12:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Front end noise at super slow speeds

Could also be a small stone lodged between the brake rotor and the dust shield
Krusty 06/09/21 12:26pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Travel Trailer Brake Problem

Have an assistant apply the brakes while you go around and listen for the hum noise at each wheel. If one wheel is silent, that is a good place to start looking. Inspect the brake wiring the best you can. You may have to pull the brake drums off to have a look at the wiring in there too
Krusty 06/03/21 12:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: F-350 6.2 gas - cruise control response lazy

I just help mine out with my foot when its not keeping up
Krusty 06/03/21 12:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: intermittent brakes

Absolutely it could be in one of the drums. I had that issue once on mine. A wire had rubbed thru right next to the magnet and would short to ground only when the brakes were applied and the magnet moved. It would of course affect all the brakes as it interrupted power to all of them and never blew a fuse.
Krusty 05/25/21 12:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Want your opinion

I am in the same situation. I have an older trailer on a seasonal lot. The trailer is getting old and starting to need a bit of work, but it is still in good shape and still does its job well. I don't see myself replacing it for awhile.
Krusty 05/19/21 12:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rubber Roof help

Check all your GFCI outlets to make sure none are tripped. Fridge outlet may be connected to one
Krusty 04/29/21 12:29pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Engine idle surges up and down when stopping at lights

Does the surge occur all the time at idle, or just occasionally? Otherwise does it run normally? Does it matter if the air conditioning is turned on or off?
Krusty 04/16/21 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine idle surges up and down when stopping at lights

The item on the end of the fuel rail. The name escapes me. Help me folks. Fuel pressure regulator?
Krusty 04/16/21 02:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water Damage - Is it worth restoring?

It may be worth fixing if you are doing the work yourself, don't mind a large project, and have a place to work on it. If you have to pay someone else to do it, it will cost thousands, so likely better to move on. Water damage is usually like an iceberg. You can only see a very small portion of the actual damage.
Krusty 04/01/21 10:28am Travel Trailers
RE: 2000 Fleetwood Bounder Are Dash Air Parts The Same?

Isn't the dash air In class A's add on equipment And Not from the chassis Mfg Do they use the stock Ford compressor and dryer ? I thought everything except maybe the compressor. Is add on from the rv builder not from chassis mfg The compressor and condenser are part of the Ford chassis. The dryer is attached to the condenser too. The body builder supplies the evaporator housing.
Krusty 03/24/21 03:12pm Class A Motorhomes
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