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RE: No Spare tire correct

My Dynamax Asata came with a spare tire and an under carriage mount. God help me if I ever have to get to it.
rogerddd 07/21/19 10:46am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Drinking Campground Water...

For drinking water and coffee, we have been using a Britta pitcher with filter in our RV’s for years. It just feels better to filter it.
rogerddd 05/20/19 01:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: 24 ft Class C with full wall slide

Gjac, We have a 2018 Thor 4 Winds 24FS - bed and living area slides on the driver’s side. It is our first motor home and I think we learned a lot. Overall was it a good decision? It was a good learning decision. We traded a 5th wheel camper and felt good about the exchange. We are now shopping for another motor home (not Thor) with some of the features we missed in the one we have. Thor, probably like all manufactures, delivered an RV initially needing multiple warranty work repairs. The micro is low so it is not as easy to access as I would like. The access to the toilet with the slide in requires moving the slide out some. We have a Girard instant hot water heater (DW hates it). Hooked up to city water with a pressure regulator it almost works. Dry camping – not to good (hot and cold, hot and cold, etc.) I like the roomy living space, rotating driver and passenger seats, open overhead area which we use for storage, adequate inside cabinet storage, access to the bed with the slide extended and it has a comfortable bed (we use an added mattress topper) Storage? Outside storage compartments are very good, some are big enough to store plenty Models with large storage areas? I don’t know. Ride quality? We have a Mercedes chassis (diesel) and it is very easy to drive and comfortable to ride in.
rogerddd 05/09/19 12:02pm Class C Motorhomes
Legal or safety issues carrying diesel fuel containers in RV

I have a Class C Diesel motor home and I like to carry along two extra 5 gallons cans of fuel. Extra fuel has been handy to have along some of the back roads we travel and on our trips to reach dry camping locations. I carry the fuel in approved diesel fuel containers and carry them in my motor home basement hatch. If you do this too, do you know if there are any legal or safety issues I should be aware of?
rogerddd 05/07/19 12:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question for Class C owners

I am a former owner of a light weight 25 foot 5th wheel and we pulled it with a Ford F150. Hard to beat the F150 for comfort. Loved it. We now have a 25 foot Class C on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis that I find very comfortable to ride in. I prefer a Ford gasser but went with the Mercedes (diesel) as is more comfortable for the DW and me (I'm pretty tall).
rogerddd 01/21/19 04:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thoughts on manufacturers

Just when your ready... Born Free shuts down! - iRV2 Forums
rogerddd 11/10/18 10:40am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where to carry spare on a Winne class a 27 h Vista

What wa8yxm said. Here is what I use for my 25 foot Class C: Roadmaster 195225 Spare Tire Carrier. (
rogerddd 09/17/18 10:56am General RVing Issues
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