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RE: Discovered a serious problem

Forest River Class C’s use Azdel composite in the laminated walls, not luan, so there shouldn’t be anything to rot or delaminate, as it’s impervious to water and will not swell. A picture is needed of the affected area. I have an 11+ y.o. Forest River Class C with almost 100k miles that’s been outside every day since it’s been built, and the house is solid, with just regular body seam maintenance.
Lumpty 09/09/22 07:00pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: "Godzilla" Ford V 8

If someone has only ever twisted their Ford V10 to 3500rpm max, that’s one slow ride. The one in my E450 cutaway in normal driving will generally upshift at 4k. Any hill will drop it from 5th to 4th, with an rpm jump from 2500 to 4000. It has had numerous foot to the floor moves where the 5R110 will shift at 5000. The Coyote in my F150 rips upshifts at 5900. In Mustangs, the same motor with different cams is redlined at 7000. But back to the Godzilla, it was my understanding too the HD and light duty versions make the same power, just on a different ratings scale for each. And I’ll bet the transmissions WOT shift at the same 5500 rpm or higher in either too.
Lumpty 09/05/22 05:16am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Credit Cards For Fuel Discounts

I have a Sam’s Club branded MasterCard that doubles as my membership card there, that gives me 5% back on gas purchases anywhere. So for every $5/gallon, I’m getting back 25 cents. On a $175 motorhome fill, that’s $8.75. They used to do payouts only at your anniversary date, but recently changed to be able to access the rewards monthly. I just use the card to buy gas, and typically get several hundred dollars a year back in my pocket.
Lumpty 06/30/22 05:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Baltimore/washington Parkway with a 5th wheel tralier

Since the Baltimore tunnels are a no-no with propane, I will do the Key Bridge and 695, then get on I-97. From there, that runs straight into MD 3, which is about 10 miles of not a freeway but usually moves well. Then, depending on the time of day and traffic, either use US50 to cut west back to the 95/495 Beltway, or continue down US301 and the Nice Bridge over the Potomac, and pick up 95 just north of Richmond.
Lumpty 06/17/22 03:03am Roads and Routes
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