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RE: 600 hp

110,000 miles, no problems yet. 2006 EGR engine.
hypoxia 10/26/21 06:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Needless kaos and carnage on the Beeline highway...

Highway 87 aka the Beeline Highway runs north from Mesa {just east of Phoenix} north 75 miles to and through Payson continuing on to provide a good route for the RV crowd to the I-40 corridor {Flagstaff, Winslow and Holbrook}. From Mesa it is good 4 lane {with wide paved shoulders} of mostly divided highway. It does however have a lot of steep climbs {6 to 7 percent} as it winds up through the mountains. The speeds on that road have been surprising. I'm not on it that often but go in and out of Arizona on it with my RV. When the police holed up last year we were passed by lots of high speed traffic, probably 90 & 100 MPH. The police are back but spread thin and speeds seemed slightly lower. We travel the US through lots of mountains & I consider that road from the Mogillion Rim through Payson to Mesa to be one of the best workouts for the driver and the RV. Lots of climbs in high temperatures to test your cooling system and patience and lots of descents to use the Jake Brake, exhaust brake and learn to keep the service brakes cool. We like the Payson Airport (KPAN) Crosswinds Restaurant but we don't go there by road.
hypoxia 10/07/21 07:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Border

Curious why the discussion of Tijuana hasn't included the rail from San Ysidro to San Diego. Doesn't Air Canada fly nonstop from San Diego to Vancouver, BC?
hypoxia 10/07/21 07:09am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Dry Camping Shower Valve Replacement

Similar to WA8YXM I added this Danco Shut Off Valve
hypoxia 09/20/21 07:51am Tech Issues
RE: HVAC - No Compressor run

Ron, that is one of the most concise descriptions of a problem I have seen as well as your troubleshooting status. We are fortunate to have Doug on this forum! Well done!
hypoxia 09/16/21 06:44am Tech Issues
RE: A/C locking up in 1984 class c

Is there any chance the cover is blocking air flow through the condenser? That would cause those symptoms.
hypoxia 08/28/21 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Convection oven - phooey, Switched to Toaster oven

Been meaning to get a rack for the convention microwave. Are there any racks that are not metal and OK for microwave also? As [email protected] does, we put the slow cooker in the sink while travelling.
hypoxia 08/05/21 05:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cruise Control Monaco Executive Roadmaster Chasis

if you have the engine brakes system on (switch) then the cruise control will not engine. That's the first thing to check, Engine Brake switches OFF. Do you have VORAD? It would have an Eaton Vorad display with a "SmartCruise" green light on the instrument panel as well as a red "Fault Light when the ignition key is turned to "Run". The SmartWheel controller should be in the FRB (Front Run Bay) outside in front of the driver side front tire & below the driver side window. The 600HP option from Monaco was a $10,000 option so who knows what a previous owner did or did not do. That is secondary to the Cruise Control Problem, IMHO.
hypoxia 07/27/21 06:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Better AC filter for those who havnt seen it yet

Pleated filters like that are considerably more restrictive to air flow than the original washable foam filter. Agree! The original style were there for a good reason. You are not doing your A/C unit a favor. These units were not made for that filter.
hypoxia 06/29/21 06:00am Tech Issues
RE: Militarization of Aduanas

Informative as an RV traveler in Mexico. We need this type of information.
hypoxia 06/17/21 04:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border opening?

Mexicans still cannot cross the border even with proof of vaccines unless they are flying. Or walking
hypoxia 05/18/21 06:37am RVing in Mexico and South America

I've been with them for a while with no complaints or claims other than glass.
hypoxia 03/31/21 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CPAP and CBD oil

There are a number of places in Puerto Penasco that sell CBD oil.
hypoxia 03/31/21 06:51am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: O Rielleys Website Search

That is funny! 121G
hypoxia 03/12/21 07:06am Tech Issues
RE: Fry's Electronics shutting down 30 stores in 9 states

Last time I was in one it was a ghost town. No one shopping, no one to help and very little inventory.
hypoxia 02/24/21 07:01am Technology Corner
RE: Border crossings about to get even worse

I had to drive through the X-Ray machine at Lukeville, AZ with my 45' coach towing a truck. It was interesting because I was told to go through at some speed, I don't remember exactly but perhaps 10 MPH. It was faster than I was comfortable with given the narrow passage so I just did the speed I was comfortable with, about a walking speed. The agent wanted me to speed up but I didn't.
hypoxia 02/18/21 06:24am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Windows 10 Laptop Question

It looks like the RAID 1 will do what I need. The laptop has Thunderbolt 3 /USB C 3.2. A two drive enclosure would be convenient. I'll have to do some more reading about NAS and RAID, you have me pointed in the right direction.
hypoxia 02/12/21 06:53am Technology Corner
RE: Windows 10 Laptop Question

Perhaps I should start another thread but since you are on the subject of RAID, NAS etc., what is the best way to backup the laptop which travels in the camper for months at a time? I have been thinking of having two portable hard drives. I would copy an image to each?? The laptop has a 2TB SS drive.
hypoxia 02/11/21 07:56am Technology Corner

My brother had 30 or 40 Flexzilla hoses on the farm. He had so many problems he threw them all away.
hypoxia 01/20/21 06:54am Tech Issues
RE: 4' LED Shop Lights In Costco?

I have no way to check this from down here but it's worth a shot. Reasonable value? I replaced all of my 4' fluorescent lights with LED, some were the Costco Feit brand and they work great. I also replaced some 4' bulbs with LED from Costco & they also work good. That saved replacing the fixtures. Nice to have instant brightness with no warmup time.'-replacement-glass-tubes%2c-12-pack.product.100482268.html
hypoxia 01/07/21 06:54am Tech Issues
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