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RE: WiFi Booster

We have two AT&T 5G phones with unlimited data. We installed a WeBoost signal boost Antenna on the Class C to make sure we always get a strong signal and we use our phones as HotSpots. We csn do all the web surfing and TV streaming we want. Haven't run into issues anywhere and it is great when boondocking. width=640
jnoflane2 11/28/21 06:56pm Technology Corner
RE: Generators: Cummins 4500 vs Westinghouse vs. ?????

I got the Westinghouse two years ago on a smokin sale for $599. It has been a fantastic genset. Love starting it in the evening, crawling in bed, watching TV or a DVD...... picking up the little remote and turning it off and going to sleep. My SIL and my brother have the Cumins and all three are identical.
jnoflane2 11/28/21 06:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ford Gas 6.2 vs 7.3

i have a 21 7.3 in my E350 and it is so impressive. Love it.
jnoflane2 11/28/21 06:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Hellwig Sway Bars on 2021 24-footer

I did the same on my 27 ft class C and was towing a car. To help even more I added the rear trac bar from Helwig.The two sway bars helped a LOT but that trac bar made the rig drive straight and true. Track Bar? What is that? .....
jnoflane2 09/01/21 10:07pm Class C Motorhomes
Hellwig Sway Bars on 2021 24-footer

About 6 months ago, my 30 year old son called me, telling the story of driving the "new to them", 31' Class C that they had just purchased, from the Dallas area to outside of Houston. They got a really good buy on a 'garage-kept', 20 year old with the Ford V10. Anyway, he said the camper was all over the road and really difficult to drive. He did some research and decided to add heavy duty sway bars. Hellwig was the company he purchased from and once arriving, he installed and reported that it was a HUGE improvement, improving the driving so much that his wife enjoys driving the motorhome. Fast forward to a week ago, when the wife and I drove a 2021 24' Golf Stream Conquest off the lot for the 100 mile drive home. While the driving experience wasn't horrible, I hated how the front end kept trying to find itself. It was 24 short hours before I punched in the credit card number for a set of Hellwigs myself. For my E350, it was about $700.... and after the first test drive, likely to be the best money I will ever spent on this Class C. Even on rough, ground-heave roads of western Colorado, the chasis is solid and firmly planted. Check out.... how much thicker and heavier the Hellwig's are as opposed to Ford OEM ****. By the way, I did the whole job myself. The front took about an hour and the rear took about 2 hours. They only way I did it myself was with the help of zip ties I could snip off after I attached the bolts. It would be really handy, if you tackle this job to have a second set of hands. width=640 width=640 width=640
jnoflane2 08/28/21 01:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: photo size

jnoflane2 08/27/21 08:52pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: We've had 8 years and 68,000 trouble free miles...

One week ago we purchased a 2021 Gulf Stream Conquest 6237LE, also a 24 foot Class C and plan to have it for the next decade, maybe longer. Man do we love it! We plan to use it a lot, including a 26 mile drive to the closest Sam's Club for monthly grocery shopping. And if the wife wants to shop... In the Class C we will go. I'll nap in the parking lot with the genset and A/C blowing. Like others we wanted something 24' or less for ease of driving and navigation of cities and National/State Parks. We also have the Ford and LOVE the new 7.3L V8. If I drive it nice, we are getting between 12-14 mpg. Right away, I invest in some better sway bars and it is a HUGE improvement in handling. We will be pulling a 14' Cargo Trailer a lot, with motorcycles, bicycles and kayaks.... so am pleased we have that big V8, to pull the high mountain passes in Colorado. width=640
jnoflane2 08/27/21 04:30pm Class C Motorhomes
photo size

How do I post a photo where it isn't so darn big? width=960
jnoflane2 08/27/21 03:18pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Chevy V8 vs Ford V 10

I'm an owner of the new Ford 7.3L V8 Gasser. It is in a Gulf Stream Conquest 6237LE, a little 24' Class C. Ever since we started shopping for a Class C about a year ago, I was infatuated with the new Ford V8 and wouldn't even consider anything else. After having owned it for a week now, I can report with complete satisfaction..... that engine is incredible. Zero to 60, it is nearly as fast as our FJ Cruiser and the mpg on the first 100 miles was an incredible 13.6. Over Labor Day weekend, we will be pulling a 14' cargo trailer with motorcycles and kayaks in mountainous Colorado and I have no doubt it will do it with little effort. width=640 width=640
jnoflane2 08/27/21 03:11pm Class C Motorhomes
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