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RE: towbar problems

Yes I saw that I do not want to ruin the 21 year old steering gear by turning when the vehicle is not moving. thanks
anon125 06/04/19 07:54am Tech Issues
RE: towbar problems

our has extendable arms thanks
anon125 06/03/19 12:04pm Tech Issues
RE: towbar problems

Thanks I see no improvement over what we have already!
anon125 06/02/19 08:49pm Tech Issues
RE: air conditioner clean

suspect ours is a coleman thanks
anon125 06/02/19 08:18am Tech Issues
RE: why does one arm of the awning stick?

Yes it is okay when closing. the opening is the problem. any pictures or video on that top adjustment? thanks all
anon125 06/02/19 08:15am Tech Issues
RE: towbar problems

Thanks all. watched the video that is the set up we have, and that is how we disconnect. but it is not that simple if the car is even slightly askew. how is a blue ox different? thanks
anon125 06/02/19 08:12am Tech Issues
towbar problems

we have an old sterling towbar. we see other folks who do NOT have to have the vehicle EXACTLY in line before we can unhitch the towed car. with ours we have to have the car exactly in line or we cannot remove the metal rods that connect it to the thing on the front of the honda. thanks all
anon125 06/01/19 04:16pm Tech Issues
why does one arm of the awning stick?

it is a 13 year old manual awning. it is getting worse. now we have to climb on the roof to wiggle the top bit, then it is okay. thanks all
anon125 06/01/19 04:13pm Tech Issues
RE: air conditioner clean

thanks very much everyone
anon125 06/01/19 04:11pm Tech Issues
RE: does anyone know how to remove this box section?

what is all that square section for? thanks all
anon125 05/28/19 09:01am Tech Issues
RE: does anyone know how to remove this box section?

is a pop rivet 'gun' available at hardware stores? thanks
anon125 05/27/19 03:32pm Tech Issues
air conditioner clean

on the roof, where the streamlined white box is, covering the air conditioner. do people usually remove them to clean inside? thanks all
anon125 05/27/19 02:49pm Tech Issues
does anyone know how to remove this box section?

https://i.imgur.com/Pn7yjhEl.jpg It looks like it is riveted together! thanks all
anon125 05/27/19 02:47pm Tech Issues
RE: what are these bits for?

the puzzle continues! thanks all very much
anon125 05/25/19 07:07pm Tech Issues
RE: what are these 3

thanks everyone
anon125 05/25/19 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: what are these 3

"under dash trailer brake unit. " what is that? we have been using the MH for 13 years towing our honda. we have a 4 pin cable from the mH to car to make the honda brake lights work. thanks all we also use a evenbrake to stop the car when the MH stops.
anon125 05/25/19 04:08pm Tech Issues
what are these 3

https://i.imgur.com/VbX6PTyl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/IrvnTWCl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/ByIg9wul.jpg we think the wire and plug came with the motorthome when new. although it was fitted with a 4 pin towing socket. should i just chuck them away? thanks all very much
anon125 05/25/19 03:43pm Tech Issues
RE: what are these for (2) ?

Thanks very much all
anon125 05/25/19 03:22pm Tech Issues
what are these for (2) ?

https://i.imgur.com/VOAk3Cjl.jpg i think they maybe removal tools Thanks all
anon125 05/25/19 02:24pm Tech Issues
what are these bits for?

going thru our RV spares etc we found these. what are they? https://i.imgur.com/g81LomIl.jpg thanks all
anon125 05/25/19 12:56pm Tech Issues
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