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RE: Extinction of Fossil Fuels

What you say is so true, yet there is very little we can do about this except to vote, and hope the elected persons are smart enough to understand what is going on, and move in the right direction.
larry cad 01/19/23 07:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Foggy windows help please

:B Want to come over and give me a hand? That would be fun, and would love to but got some other obligations hanging over me right now. Thanks for the invite and love to the family.
larry cad 01/16/23 05:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foggy windows help please

I started the first window today, I'd gladly pay someone $130 to to do them! Hang in there my friend! I know you do good work! :B
larry cad 01/14/23 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Daytime Running Lights.

Quick update: My repair shop, one of the few which will actually work on RVs, has had my RV since last Thursday. Apparently it takes a laptop in addition to the Ford tool to simply enable the DRLs and their trained tech hasn't had them time to accomplish this. I find this somewhat disturbing considering in 2004 a Dodge tech turned on my DRLs on my RAM 3500 in the parking lot in about 5 minutes. Ford has a better idea!
larry cad 01/11/23 06:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Southern luxury rv resorts. Need Ideas

For the past several years we have stayed at Thousand Trails in Clermont Fl, near Orlando. The facility is huge, and has lots of things for kids including swimming, playgrounds, biking, etc. Also, there are always tons of kids playing in a large green area surrounded by RVs. Most campsites are large, and W,S,E equipped.
larry cad 01/07/23 06:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2005 Fleetwood Expedition

Personally I would avoid RV with a Cat engine. Cat got into the RV business back around 2005 and failed terrible, then got out as quick as they got in. The engines are bad, but service is. This is why you will see so many RVs for sale at low prices, with Cat engines Sorry, but you must be confused. I have had predecesors of the C7s (3126) from 95, 2000 and now a 2005. CAT has been in the business forever. The C9 and the C7 are both great engines, as a metter of fact, they are considered the best engines. The only issue on the C7 is the HUEI pump. It is very sensitive to oil changes and bad fuel. My only concern would be that it does not have enough miles. It sat all its life. That is normally a bad thing because everything dries up and you get leaks and blo up hoses. I just realized I made a mistake describing the Cat engines. I agree that Cat makes a great engine. My comment had to do with RV service. Cat really doesn't like to work on RVs, even with a Cat engine.
larry cad 01/07/23 06:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: LP gas leak

YELLOW THREAD SEAL TAPE meets all gas company standards for gas lines of ALL types including butane and propane. It's important to use the right thread seal tape for gas and the yellow tape is the only safe choice.
larry cad 01/04/23 06:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foggy windows help please

RVfogDR.com Has a shop in Searcy Arkansas. Phone 501 278 3015 email: rvfogdr.com Does good work. You can call and set up an appointment There are videos on YOUtube that show you how to do it also.
larry cad 01/01/23 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Daytime Running Lights.

Are those the lights that always blind me when coming toward me? Always wonder what kind of death wish the driver has, that he wants to blind me coming toward him such that I may accidentally drift over into his lane and hit him head on! Just curious. Huh? You may want to check your blood sugar or something…cause you’re not making sense. Hmmm, sorry to hear that. Maybe next time will be easier.
larry cad 01/01/23 06:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Leisure travel Serenity TV wiring

mines a 2007 so this might help. standing inside look out the windsheild ours hangs on your left open cabinet doors on your right ,on your left ours has a power booster for the tv annt, the wires are behind that panel hole bunch of screws to remove and the panel fits tight.I hung another smaller tv in the back on the frig side wall with a swival arm. I,ve had big,and small rv,s we like this one the best.I think you got a winner. I had a lot of trouble understanding this so I took a stab at redoing it. Hope this is easier to understand: Mine is a 2007 so this might help. Standing inside, look out the windshield, ours hangs on your left. Open cabinet doors on your right. On your left, ours has a power booster for the TV ant. The wires are behind that panel. Whole bunch of screws to remove and the panel fits tight. I hung another smaller TV in the back on the frig side wall with a swivel arm. I’ve had big and small RV’s. We like this one the best. I think you got a winner.
larry cad 01/01/23 08:18am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Daytime Running Lights.

Are those the lights that always blind me when coming toward me? Always wonder what kind of death wish the driver has, that he wants to blind me coming toward him such that I may accidentally drift over into his lane and hit him head on! Just curious.
larry cad 12/31/22 07:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fabric ceilings

You have to be careful because the fabric is frequently glued to plywood and too much cleaner will bring out the stain from the plywood onto the fabric and then it is done for.
larry cad 12/31/22 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: 2005 Fleetwood Expedition

Personally I would avoid RV with a Cat engine. Cat got into the RV business back around 2005 and failed terrible, then got out as quick as they got in. The engines aren't bad, but service is. This is why you will see so many RVs for sale at low prices, with Cat engines
larry cad 12/31/22 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Three-pronged plugs

I make my own extension cords up. Usually with industrial spec or green dot hospital grade plugs and receptacles. I hear what you say, but those are hard to find and EXPENSIVE! I have found that the Leviton Clamptite 3W101 plugs and 3W102 outlets are adequate for up to 16/3 SJOOW cordage. Reasonably priced. Your SO cord is only rated 10 amps. Not enough for a good extension cord with 15 or 20 amp plugs.
larry cad 12/29/22 05:40am Tech Issues
RE: Three-pronged plugs

Dremel will "Modify" the neutral blade if you need to do it. Seriously?? :S
larry cad 12/23/22 07:34am Tech Issues
RE: No scheduled maintenance on Ford Superduty

Synthetic fluid! My wife has a 2007 Toyota Camry. Never has been changed per owner manual. My Cummins powered motorhome has a 50,000 mile change out IF if has synthetic fluid.
larry cad 12/23/22 07:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: House Batteries not being charged by engine.

Man am I disappointed. I thought this would last until the New Year and give me some entertainment.
larry cad 12/19/22 10:14am Tech Issues
RE: Gasket/molding issue

Here is the clicky. Leave off the . at the end
larry cad 12/05/22 02:18pm General RVing Issues
Looking for a decent RV repair shop in my area

A friend of mine is in need of several repairs on his Class C and needs to find a decent repair shop within a reasonable distance. By reasonable, I am referring to time, quality, and reasonable cost. I know that is a tall request, but you never know. He lives in northeast Ohio, and is willing to drive within about a 100 mile range, so down to mid Ohio, over to western PA, etc. It is a 2017 RV, and problems include the slide will not come in all the way, the water heater quit working on propane, and the Dometic fridge quit working altogether. (Furnace and stove are working fine.) These are good folks, and this is their first RV, and support would be appreciated.
larry cad 12/02/22 07:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Lithium batteries

I suppose that if we have a friend we are visiting, who needs a "jump", sure ain't gonna get one through my jumper cables. That would put his battery and my battery in parallel! Look out, damaged battery or two coming up! And, "OH NO", their are two (count them) 2 alternators in that parallel mix too. Must be a slow day in RV.NET land :h:S
larry cad 11/30/22 03:52pm Tech Issues
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