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RE: firewall, black expanding foam

Here in Florida the HD stores sell Great Stuff fire block foam but its red, not black.
chuckftboy 01/21/20 08:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replace my aquahot 375 help

There is a Forum called RV Hydronics that may point you in the correct direction, It is run by Roger Berke who is actually a repair tecnician.
chuckftboy 01/21/20 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 6.7 cummins HP

My last coach had the 6.7 (340) behind a Allison 2500. The coach was 39' and I towed 4,700 lbs. Crossed the country a couple of times with no issues and plenty of power. I think the ISB is a fine motor and would have no issue with owning another.
chuckftboy 01/16/20 07:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kirkland motor oil

Nothing agenst Kirkland but personally I like my motors way too much to use off brand oils. I have tried other rebranded oils in my work trucks in the past and soon realized there is far better places to save a buck or two.
chuckftboy 01/16/20 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DP lengths and Tag Axles

There are plenty of 41 foot motorhomes aroumd that don't have a tag, larger are generally tags. Buses don't generally have a lot of weight other than people and if they are locally used there isn't much need to have a tag so I could imagine there are some pretty long single axle buses out ther.e
chuckftboy 12/07/19 06:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: "Balancing" motorhome heating systems.

In the past, I've owned 2 different class A's with 2 furnaces. One heated the bedroom and rear bath, the other heated the living area. 2 furnaces is a great design for me because I would only run the one up front when we were sleeping keeping the bedroom nice and cool when we slept. If your single furnace cycles on the high limit maybe you could find a way to run an additional duct up front allowing it to cycle properly and maybe allowing you to damper the bedroom down a bit.
chuckftboy 12/02/19 07:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Venting basement storage

Most of the heat in the basement is from heat from the engine and exhaust on a front engine coach. You would need to dump a lot of a/c down there to get any benifit of cooling. Any air that leaves the inside and is dumped below will be replaced from ooutside through leakage around slides, vents and windows. It would make more sence to just put the drinks in a cooler with a 2 dollar bag of ice.
chuckftboy 11/30/19 07:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield Shades

Any window screen on the outside will really help to cut down the heat in the front of the coach. Magna Shade has the best design but is very expensive as compaired to others. I use the Magna Shade because I refuse to put fasteners around the wind sheild. With the shade on my coach it is about 10 degrees cooler in the hot Florida sun.
chuckftboy 11/26/19 07:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Side windows are fogged up

Single pane is an option if you never want to deal with window fogging again. All the cars and trucks we drive have single glass and don't seem to be an issue. ALL double glass will eventually fail. Just takes longer on some applications than it does on others.
chuckftboy 11/22/19 06:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Truck bed liner on roof

Why would someone want to put bed liner on their roof? Its black so it would absorbe a lot of heat and it isn't made as a water proofing. If someone spent a lot of time on the roof, it would be pretty slip resistant but there are a lot of better products to coat a roof with.
chuckftboy 11/04/19 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide moving out

A good RV technician can repair your problem or a hydraulic repair shop. Not many truck shops would want to tackle slide issues
chuckftboy 10/13/19 07:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jeep towed discharged when towing. This is new.

You say you towed this jeep for a few years with no problem, maybe your battery is failing. If a cell is shorted, it will run a your battery down. Most auto parts stores will load test it for no charge.I once had a battery that that would start my coach and I could drive all day until I turned the coach off. After a while the battery would cool down and start the coach again. The charge circuit was heating the plates and causing one to seperate but only while driving.
chuckftboy 10/13/19 07:30pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Window shades?

Day/night roller shades work the best. Easy to clean, not noisy when you travel and actually help quite the inside when the noght shades are down. The can be purchased almost anywhere window coverings are sold and are not very expensive.
chuckftboy 09/29/19 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is everyone getting their wiper blades?

You need 32's not 33's. 32's are a popular size for motorhomes. I get mine from Amazon and 55 dollars sounds about right. Like others said, shorter blades are cheaper.
chuckftboy 09/28/19 07:19pm Class A Motorhomes
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