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RE: Selling MH

As I understand it, Forum Rules don't allow posting of for sale items.
Leeblev 06/16/20 01:48pm Class A Motorhomes
Selling MH

Any suggestions on a good location to post a class A MH for sale.
Leeblev 06/16/20 01:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Freightliner Odometer

I had a fault with a rear air tank sensor (micro-computer) and when I picked the rig up from Freightliner in Sacramento, CA I found the odometer has 43,000 less than when I took it in. The tech couldn't explain why it happened, but stressed that federal regulations prohibit adjusting odometers. He was able to get the correct mileage from the main computer and deducted the present odometer reading from it and posted the difference on the entry doorpost. It is frustrating because I understand why no messing with the odometer, but, gollie, I wanted to PUT 43,000+ miles back on, not take it off.
Leeblev 06/02/20 11:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Double Towing Length Laws

Just because you haven't been caught yet does not make it legal. Some considerations: 1. Know what states don't allow it before entering that state. 2. What happens if you are stopped? Ticket or make you disengage the extra trailer???? Some states may well make you drop the offending trailer. What then? 3. Have you checked to see what your insurance carrier has to say about illegally towing if you wreak. You may "flout" a law, but eventually it will come back to bite you. Those states not allowing double RV towing do have their reasons. It is not up to you to decide, it is their right to dictate their standards to drivers within their jurisdiction. By the way: I don't know of a state NOT allowing double towing that will allow you to tow double there because your state allows it. My biggest concern is that your insurance company may well refuse to cover a collision because you are towing illegally in a state prohibiting double tows.
Leeblev 12/30/19 01:15pm Towing
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