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RE: Roadside assist

This was for a 295 x 22.5 Goodyear tire. If memory serves....it was in the area of 700-800 for the tire. So yes, I was gourged pretty good for the tire. The rest of the charges were for labor, valve stem, tax, disposal, etc. The only charge picked up by Good Sam was the service call, I believe was around 50.00. Shortly after this happened I purchased a new set of tires, 7 tires (plus I used the Goodyear as it matched the new tires in size perfectly), TOYO brand..had them installed, balanced, new valve stems for an out the door price of 3750.00.
grldst 03/06/20 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside assist

I had Good Sam roadside service. Had a blowout on my Class A motorhome on the east side of Birmingham, AL. Was able to limp it down to an exit ramp, and called Good Sam. A mobile service showed up in a timely fashion with a new tire, installed it and handed me a bill. Good Sam paid for the service call. My share was $1100.00. This is how roadside service works for blowouts.
grldst 03/05/20 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Price to expect if a RV dealer buys my coach

I sold my old one in about a week on Craigs list for what I asked. But I didn't ask what it cost new, I priced it to sell and it did. I have had 5 so far and never bought one from a dealer.....You are in the Baltimore, DC, Annapolis area where lots of people live with money!!!!! Why don't you help the OP out with some figures? You sold your RV, so could you at least mention how close you got to the NADA average retail or low retail valve?
grldst 02/19/20 07:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repalcing Onan

PowerHouse has a electric start model that may suit your needs. 3500 watts 800.00. Northern Tool amoung others sells them.
grldst 02/14/20 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quartzsite show

As relatively new RVer's,(2 years and learning)and never been boon docking and really interested in a visit to the Q. Are there any sites with hook-ups? Not sure if we could handle dry camping, but would love the atmosphere and camaraderie. Sorry if this is a dumb question. There are a number of full service RV parks but they may require a reservation expecially during the RV and Sport show. There are LTVA's that have water, garbage and dump stations available....but no hook ups. Boon docking is fun...give it a shot!!
grldst 01/21/20 03:40pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavor

Doug, is yours a gas or diesel model? My references are for a diesel model.
grldst 01/05/20 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavor

Sounds like you looked at the panel to your left if you are sitting in the drivers seat. The panel that has the allison electronic shift control. What I was referring to in my above post is under the dash right in front of you when you're sitting in the drivers seat. On my 2000 there is a control board for the Power Gear jacks to the left of the steering colume. This control board also has about 4 fuses in it.
grldst 01/04/20 08:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavor

I am currently running a 2000 Endeavor. I have never looked for the control board for the slide out, but thought I could offer a couple of hints. The board for the Power Gear Jacks is under the dash in the area where your left foot is when sitting in the drivers seat. Maybe that board controls both or the slide board is in the same area. Another place I'd look is behind the switch for the slide in the cabinet.
grldst 01/03/20 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: It’s that time again...to have some fun

When we decided to do the snowbird thing, we spent a season in Florida, the next year we spent the season in south Texas, the next year in Arizona and southern California, and finally we did a season in Mexico, mostly the San Carlos area. Now, living in the Metro Atlanta area, Florida makes the most since, but even though there were areas of Florida that we really enjoyed it wasn't our favorite. Same goes for south Texas. I liked south Padre Island and the Corpus Christi area the best, but we settled on Mexico and Arizona as our favorite areas. I think the main reason for that decisionn is the climate and traffic. We found we liked the break from the congested traffic and the nice dry arid climate. Bottom line, each area has plenty to offer a snowbird, and each person will have a different opinion as to what they prefer. I'm getting to the point where the long trip across the US to the desert SW is getting a bit more tiring every year. So soon my snowbird adventure will start being closer to home. Hello Florida.
grldst 12/24/19 01:22pm Snowbirds
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