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RE: Foggy Door Glass

Where are you located? Guessing by your handle, you're in Oklahoma. The RV Fog Doctor in Searcy, Arkansas should be able to repair your glass. Their website is down right now but try it again later. Here's a link to a YouTube video about them: RV Fog Dr Overview At RVFogDr, we specialize in repairing or replacing of foggy or discolored dual pane RV Windows. You'll find our prices to be very reasonable, with a great warranty, and most certainly, you'll find a friendly, dedicated and caring staff who can help you with all your RV needs. (501) 278-3015 2210 Dodge Ave Searcy, AR 72143 We just got back into Oklahoma yesterday, we're in Lawton. Thank you for the information.
Sooner Schooner 09/18/19 07:52am Class A Motorhomes
Foggy Door Glass

The door glass on our Damon Tuscany has suddenly fogged up real bad. Where is a reasonable place to order a replacement, or have you just had your window repaired locally?
Sooner Schooner 09/18/19 07:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I-70 through Colorado

Sooner, the thing with going secondary roads is there is so much more to see than on the interstates. My wife uses Google Maps while we travel and looks ahead on our route for anything we might want to stop at and see. It's so much easier to make a stop rather than to hope for an exit or rest area to show up. If time is not an issue for us we always take secondary roads whenever we can. A lot less stressful and more interesting than the interstate. Thank you.
Sooner Schooner 09/08/19 07:46am Roads and Routes
RE: I-70 through Colorado

Well it is interstate so the passes are about as good as they get. Vail pass is a slog but certainly doable without any issues. Next is Eisenhower/Johnson Tunnels same as Vail, slog up and even more down to Georgetown but relatively easy. A couple shorter uphills after Idaho Springs then the descent down into Denver. Nothing wrong with 15 down to 70 but you could save a lot of miles and time Taking US6 from Spanish Fork to Green River. I think it is along the lines of half the miles and a couple less hours of time. The road is good I personally would not consider it any drama but I guess that is really in the eye of the beholder. However if you do go that way you will miss driving across the San Rafeal Swell which is awesome scenery but if you really wanted to see that you could still take 6 to Price than 10 down to 70 and still save a lot of miles and time +1, that stretch of US-6 is a piece of cake, and pleasant scenery. The Swell is sort of visually interesting but IMO it doesn't even come close to rivaling much of the other sandstone scenery in Utah. If you all say Hwy 6 is fine for a 40' foot motorhome, I will take your advice and go that way. Thanks again for everything.
Sooner Schooner 09/05/19 07:19am Roads and Routes
RE: I-70 through Colorado

It is a quite beautiful drive. Came through there a year ago for the first time and being an interstate route it's not that bad but it is the mountains. You want to pick up 89 out of Spanish Fork to 6 over to 191 and into 70 at Green River. That cuts off a lot of miles from where 15 comes into 70. It's good secondary road too and nothing you can't handle. You're the second person to mention those roads, thank you so much. I will look at that route for sure.
Sooner Schooner 09/05/19 07:02am Roads and Routes
RE: I-70 through Colorado

Well it is interstate so the passes are about as good as they get. Vail pass is a slog but certainly doable without any issues. Next is Eisenhower/Johnson Tunnels same as Vail, slog up and even more down to Georgetown but relatively easy. A couple shorter uphills after Idaho Springs then the descent down into Denver. Nothing wrong with 15 down to 70 but you could save a lot of miles and time Taking US6 from Spanish Fork to Green River. I think it is along the lines of half the miles and a couple less hours of time. The road is good I personally would not consider it any drama but I guess that is really in the eye of the beholder. However if you do go that way you will miss driving across the San Rafeal Swell which is awesome scenery but if you really wanted to see that you could still take 6 to Price than 10 down to 70 and still save a lot of miles and time Thank you sir, I will look at that.
Sooner Schooner 09/05/19 06:57am Roads and Routes
I-70 through Colorado

We're about to head to Oklahoma from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. I would like to go I-90 east to I-15 south and then take I-70 east to Denver. I don't like a lot of drama so are the passes pretty easy to navigate? Any other concerns I should be aware of? We are in a 40' Class A diesel pusher towing a car. Thank you all for advice.
Sooner Schooner 09/03/19 09:09am Roads and Routes
RE: Answer Your Phones

The worse thing is they did not return your voicemail call or did they give you that option?On my first call the parts desk did not answer. The operator picked up, took my information and said she would take it to the parts people. 3 hours later I called again and got switched to 2 or 3 different automated recordings. I gave up and ordered from Amazon. Much later after I made these postings a parts person called. Terrible business practices.
Sooner Schooner 08/24/19 09:03am Camping World Accessories
RE: Answer Your Phones

The worse thing is they did not return your voicemail call or did they give you that option?On my first call the arts desk did not answer. The operator picked up, took my information and said she would take it to the parts people. 3 hours later I called again and got switched to 2 or 3 different automated recordings. I gave up and ordered from Amazon. Much later after I made these postings a parts person called. Terrible business practices.
Sooner Schooner 08/24/19 09:01am Camping World Accessories
RE: Answer Your Phones

I have had this experience NUMEROUS times at the Council Bluffs, IA CW as well. Not very customer friendly! I hate to hear that, but that seems to be the norm these days. Not very good business practice in my book.
Sooner Schooner 08/24/19 08:58am Camping World Accessories
RE: Answer Your Phones

The worse thing is they did not return your voicemail call or did they give you that option? They did not respond to voicemail A parts person finally called long after I made this post and one on Facebook, but it was too late. I ordered what I needed from Amazon.
Sooner Schooner 08/22/19 09:46pm Camping World Accessories
RE: RV Armor Roofs

Two years on RV Flex Armor, no problems Thank you all.
Sooner Schooner 08/22/19 06:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Answer Your Phones

Hello Sooner Schooner, Thank you for your time and email, I apologize you were unable to get through to anyone at the Spokane Camping World location. Please allow us to look into this matter further. When did this incident occur? Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Ella Good Sam Care Team This occurred today Aug 21, 2019. Thank you for the prompt reply, but in today's world and technology, not answering business phones is something I can't understand. This is not the first time I have encountered this and I have been a customer a long time. I try to get my money's worth with my Camping World Membership, but it's not working out.
Sooner Schooner 08/21/19 05:28pm Camping World Accessories
RV Armor Roofs

I would like to hear from anyone who has had the RV Armor roof installed to see if you are satisfied with it. Especially if it's a year or so old. I'm thinking of having my 40' coach roof done. Thank you.
Sooner Schooner 08/21/19 02:41pm Class A Motorhomes
Answer Your Phones

Mr. Lemonis, have you ever called your stores on their regular lines we customers use? Try it and good luck. I tried to get parts from the Spokane, Wa store and could never speak with a human. Finally gave up.
Sooner Schooner 08/21/19 02:38pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Allison Transmission Question

The right number is the gear you are currently in. The left number is the gear the trans is heading for. When accelerating the numbers will read from 6 - 1 to 6 - 6. With foot off pedal the trans display will be the same. Left number is the gear it is heading for and right number is the gear you are actually in. Thank you sir, that clears it up.
Sooner Schooner 04/16/19 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
Allison Transmission Question

I'm still confused what it means when your shift control panel has a reading like 6 5 or 6 4. I was climbing a steep grade and it downshifted to 2 4. What does that indicate? I figured I just had gears 1-6, It's an Allison 6 speed.
Sooner Schooner 04/15/19 11:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flattest Route to Coeur d'Alene, ID

Google Maps directions in bicycle mode shows a route profile. For various routes that I tried the total up and downs were about the same, with similar maximum elevations. But is the OP really interested that sort of thing, or the main concern the steepest single climb? As others have said, freeways have grade standards (something like 6%). State and federal (non-interstate) have looser standards, but seldom differ significantly from that. It's local, county and forest service roads that can be steeper, and big RVs seldom choose those. Thank you.
Sooner Schooner 04/06/19 09:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Flattest Route to Coeur d'Alene, ID

You didn't say when you are planning to go on this trip, but since you are on I-15 and prefer interstates, why not just take 15 up to I-90 and then west to CD'A. I think interstates have a maximum 8% grade with most around 6 to 7%. Leaving Las Vegas on April 12th.
Sooner Schooner 04/05/19 01:24pm Roads and Routes
Flattest Route to Coeur d'Alene, ID

We're looking for the flattest route from Las Vegas, NV to Coeur d'Alene, ID. Interstates are my first choice as we will be on I-15, but I have heard that there are some very steep grades coming from the south and east. Any advice is greatly appreciated. We are in a 40' diesel pusher with a car in tow.
Sooner Schooner 04/05/19 12:47pm Roads and Routes
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