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RE: Low point drains

Why not look their locations up in your owner’s manual?
whemme 11/10/21 08:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What do tow behind your Class C?

2016 VW GTI four down.
whemme 10/28/21 09:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Upgrading converter

Hi there I have a question about installing a new converter... my old converter failed so I bought an upgraded one... the problem is it came with a new fuse panel and there is no mention of where to put orange wire from original panel in the instructions ....the orange wire was on the opposite end of a glass fuse that the hot wire was attached to.... this is a 83 winnebago brave ...I would upload a pic but can figure out how toIf you want help with your question please give us more details such as old converter model and new converter model, etc. Also which fuse circuit was the orange wire hooked to on the old fuse panel?
whemme 10/26/21 08:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winterizing

Read the owner’s manual!
whemme 10/13/21 06:10pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Question about tires..smell? Temp? Hi all, Have a question about tires..Tires are hot at 80, 82 psi returning from cold mountain trip thru local desert, traffic and home. Rear tires noticably hotter than fronts and had a smell like hot rubber. Posted are the weights on the axels for my 23u thor. I notice I'm about 700lbs below the limit of the rear axle. Usually that axle is loaded about 600 lbs lighter. No smell, not so hot. Is there a danger? Factory michelin tires, 2016 date. Don't recall smelling this. Tires not painful hot but hot. Touched the rims, axle shafts..not the source of heat. It's tire flex. This is the most I've loaded this. E450 chassis, 2017 model 14,000 gvwr. Usually carry a 300 lbs motorcycle on back never a worry. This time a 470 lbs bike and about another 50lbs lbs for the more stout rack tying into frame. Any thoughts? Thanks CbPlease be aware that adding 520 lbs behind the rear bumper has an amplifying effect of increasing the weight on the rear axle of about 780 lbs.
whemme 10/03/21 08:12pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Heavy Class C Tire thoughts

Sorry to say but all E rated tires of a certain size by any brand have the exact same max load carrying capacity when inflated to 80 psi. Actually not. You can see from the Michelin load tables that the dual application of the C-Metric 225/75-R16C has 1000 lbs. more per pair or 2000 lbs. more per 4 rear tires at 80 psi. 5950 vs. 4940 lbs. per pair. the Michelin 225/75-R16C is not an E rated tire. You are trying to compare apples to oranges.
whemme 10/01/21 03:08pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Heavy Class C Tire thoughts

Sorry to say but all E rated tires of a certain size by any brand have the exact same max load carrying capacity when inflated to 80 psi.
whemme 09/30/21 04:32pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need to find lug nut for versa wheel liner

If you click on the following link, you will find sources to purchase both the nut and chrome nut cover.
whemme 09/29/21 03:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Gen-set Troubles

I had this exact same thing happen and all it was , was the ground wire was corroded. Simply scraping it clean and reattached it and generator ran like normal. Just a thought…….If the ground connection from the generator to the RV chassis frame was high resistance due to corrosion or rust, your generator would not start or would at least turn over very slowly. Once the generator is running, the chassis ground connection is no longer required for the generator to keep running once started.
whemme 09/17/21 07:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Gen-set Troubles

My best guess is that you have a failing electric fuel pump. Replacing it along with a new fuel filter will cost a lot less than a replacement generator.
whemme 09/17/21 05:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Generator tripping breaker

When running your generator, what loads are you asking the generator to power when the generator circuit breaker (generally 30-amp) trips?
whemme 09/16/21 07:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Minnie Winnie vs. Spirit

Remember that Class C RVs are built typically on Ford or Chevy chassis. Therefore options such as adaptive cruise control and lane departure assist are those offered by the chassis manufacturer and not by the builder of the motorhome body such as Winnebago.
whemme 08/14/21 06:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winter Time Storage

I fill my tank with premium for the last trip of the season and add the appropriate amount of seafoam. I have a modes solar panel system that maintains the house and chassis battery. What advantage do you think you get by filling your fuel tank with premium fuel? It does nothing for you except cost you about $0.60 extra per gallon. The only thing premium fuel does is raise the antiknock margin needed for higher compression engines something you really don’t need in a non-running engine while your rig is in winter storage.
whemme 08/12/21 04:57pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Trip report/Tires

hear instead of here dual instead of duel concrete instead of concert
whemme 08/01/21 04:03pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Removing TV

Makes sense to me why not call the RV factory for directions?
whemme 07/09/21 07:55pm Class C Motorhomes
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