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RE: Frog in fresh water holding tank!

Well, we all need a little humor in this stressful time!
olfarmer 03/26/20 09:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: Vinyl Graphic Repair

You may think I am crazy but the graphics our 2001 Brave were getting dull looking so I tried coating them with tire shine. It worked great and brightened them up. I used it several times and now I rarely have to do it any more. I am very happy, it works the best of anything I have ever tried!
olfarmer 03/26/20 09:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: class a motorhome tires

I think most brand name tires are good. I did have a cheap set once that didn't wear very long, no trouble, just wore out pretty fast. Running Michelins right now with no problems.
olfarmer 03/21/20 10:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F11 Top coat Polish

Nice to hear from people that have used it! Thank you!
olfarmer 03/21/20 09:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heading Home (North)

Wash your hands after pumping fuel, the handles on gas pumps are almost never cleaned!
olfarmer 03/18/20 01:23pm Snowbirds
RE: How are others facing issues with the Coronavirus?

For those that are traveling, be sure to wash your hands after fueling up. The fuel handles at filling stations are touched by everyone and rarely if ever sanitized!
olfarmer 03/18/20 01:16pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Am I being greedy?

If the deal is done, it is done, but, when I trade off a vehicle it is as is where is, that is the deal or I walk!
olfarmer 03/09/20 09:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: Save a bit on fuel

I agree, if they can't make money on fuel they will quit selling it which will bring the price back up. As much as I like cheap fuel, I am sure I have lost more on my 401K and investments than I can possibly save on fuel costs! It is a sad situation.
olfarmer 03/09/20 09:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thanks Doug Rainer

Thank you Doug, it is great to have a professional willing to give advice!
olfarmer 03/09/20 08:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yellowstone Trip

I personally love going over the Bighorn Mtn on 14a but agree that for most people it is not a good idea. I don't mind the extreme nature of 14a. I have gone over it in both directions with a variety of vehicle combinations. I have also gone over on 16 and would highly recommend it to most people. You will still be doing some steep and twisted roads. I agree, I used to love going over 14a and 16, and have done it in multiple rigs, unfortunately, our current rig doesn't like steep grades very good (trans gets hot). Also we are getting up in age (75) with a few health issues so I am afraid our days of travelling that route are over. The trip the original poster is going sounds like a lot of fun, have fun with it no matter what roads you take!
olfarmer 03/05/20 09:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toilet clog

The guy with the idea of shoving your arm down into the toilet was one of my thoughts. I'm sure I'd be wearing a long glove. My thoughts exactly, I definitely wouldn't stick my bare hand down there!!! lol ;-)
olfarmer 03/05/20 08:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roadside assist

I was towed 70 miles from the Badlands in SD. to Rapid City, and then probably 30 miles at Kalispell, MT. That would have cost much more than the price of my membership with Good Sam. Since it was Sunday evening, they towed me to a campground for the night and then came back Monday morning and towed me to a Chevrolet dealer at Kalispell.
olfarmer 03/04/20 08:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide out awnings yay or nay?

Our 2001 Winnebago still has the original slide topper awning and I have never had a problem with it.
olfarmer 03/02/20 09:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Tire flat spots

I would check the pressure and look them over for cracks, radials don't flat spot as bad as bias ply but after 2 years they probably have some. It may take a few miles but they should come out of it, just take it easy for a while. I agree, check everything on the coach out and take a test drive before taking off on a long trip.
olfarmer 03/01/20 10:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Entry Steps too high at times what do you use?

My wife is semi handicapped and has trouble with steps, I carry a wide but low foot stool for times when the coach steps are too high.
olfarmer 03/01/20 10:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is A New 2018 Still New?

Price it as a 3 year old used unit then factor in the low mileage, also does it have full factory warranty for the same period it would have if it were the current model? The tires, fluids, belts, and all other items are 3 years old. $10,000 off is not enough in my opinion.
olfarmer 02/25/20 09:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside assist

They all have introductory offers which are pretty cheap, then the cost goes up. It has happened to us with Good Sam. I guess we should all just cancel and go with a new company every couple years?? I have been happy with Good Sam so I have stayed with them, not sure if that is smart.
olfarmer 02/09/20 07:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Insurance - Increase Every Year About $100

Our MH is an older 2001 but it has full coverage and our rate has never gone up, in fact it is the cheapest vehicle we have insured. 2017 Lincoln MKC, 2011 Chevy Avalanche, and a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD. All full coverage except the Jeep.
olfarmer 02/09/20 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Interior adhesive

I have had good luck with both gorilla glue and epoxy on some projects. I actually re glued a body panel on the front of our motor home after we hit a large dog last summer in Montana. I was where the plastic body was glued to a metal brace and it is still holding fine.
olfarmer 01/19/20 07:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front suspention

I would definately get the front weighed, as said above you want to get the correct springs for your weight or you are just shooting in the dark! I can't remember which springs I put in my Brave and I am not where I can check. I think it was 5 or 6 thousand. but it doesn't matter because I am longer and a different model than you have.
olfarmer 01/17/20 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
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