Winnebago Owners

Winnebago Trailer & Motorhome owners.

Including Lifetime & Bendix Motorhomes.

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Latest Activity: May 29

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1974 Brave for $40k 6 Replies

Started by Art. Last reply by Rich Thomas Aug 24, 2016.

Solar, Wind, and other Alternative or Renewable Energy for Motor Homes 12 Replies

Started by Ralph Javins. Last reply by Ralph Javins Aug 6, 2016.

1967 F-17 12 Replies

Started by Karl m. Last reply by Jim Stoltz Jul 25, 2016.

Radiator suggestions for 1969 Winnie. 5 Replies

Started by Michael Leichey . Last reply by Rick Faunce Jul 10, 2016.

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Comment by Ralph Javins on May 14, 2017 at 9:00am

Good morning, Sleeth; 

We are out here.  I have been on two trips already this year, and I am  supposed to be at another gathering this weekend, but there are some other things that need to be done. 

Still working on mine also.  Just found a broken hinge on the closet door, and have not yet located an exact replacement.hinge.  I wonder if Winnebago Industries still has any in stock?



Latté Land, Washington 

Comment by SLEETH on May 14, 2017 at 5:36am

its lonely out here!

Comment by SLEETH on May 14, 2017 at 5:35am

where did all the Winnie folks gone?

Comment by Rich Thomas on March 30, 2017 at 5:49pm

 Toyota / Winnebago Warrior

I found this on the Athens Ohio Craigslist and thought I would share i here. . I bought my RV off Craigslist and have no regrets but it is up to you to do the research and always use caution when dealing with anything on Craigslist.

Comment by Jimco_W001 on March 9, 2017 at 7:44pm

Hi Aimee, sometimes the ID tag is located on the door frame by the hinge side. You have to open the door and look from the inside.

If you find it there please let me know.

Comment by SLEETH on December 31, 2016 at 5:50pm

I like it

Comment by Ralph Javins on December 31, 2016 at 9:55am

Good morning, Rick and T. J.; 

Rick, thank you for providing the link to the ADCO 36042 cover. 

T. J., I am trying to attach a photographic .jpg file to this message to show the cover, and also how the 4 inch diameter 30 foot long tube supports the cover.  You can see in the photograph that the cover was being asked to do its job. 

The main point of this discussion is to show the way that the cover is supported up off the roof so that there is a slope down to the sides of the motor home for rain and snow drainage. 

Enjoy,  Ralph, Latté Land, Washington  ADCO36042Support.jpg

Comment by Rick Faunce on December 31, 2016 at 8:33am
Comment by T.J. on December 31, 2016 at 4:34am

Have you go a pic or link to the product? Sounds like an excellent idea.

Comment by Ralph Javins on December 30, 2016 at 11:15pm


Good morning; 

Last Summer, I purchased an ADCO 36042 RV Motor Home Roof ONLY Tyvek Cover for my Winnebago Elandan WCP31RT.  It is intended for vehicles from 30 feet 1 inch to 36 feet long.  It more than covers my 32 foot 4 inch Winnebago Elandan WCP31RT.

I also purchased three (3) 10 foot lengths of 4 inch diameter Schedule 40 PVC pipe, and two 4 inch End Caps and two 4 inch PVC Couplings which were put together to form a 30 foot long tube that was placed on the roof on top of the air conditioner covers to serve as a ridge to support the center of the ADCO roof cover and allow a slope down to the sides of the motor home for rain and snow drainage. 

This cover works well, and it does keep the rain and snow off the roof and reduces the amount of Ultra Violet radiation that the roof receives.  And, with the scalloped cutouts along the side edges, there is clearance for the side door to open easily to go in and out of the motor home. 

This product works well for me, and it had a surprising side effect I had not expected.  I do have a small 750 Watt electrical heater in the Winnebago to help keep the humidity under control and keep it slightly warm.  I found that in the outside temperature range of 30 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit, the inside of the Winnebago was five (5) degrees warmer with the roof cover on it in comparison with the temperature inside without the roof cover over the roof.  There is a recording thermometer in the Winnebago.  By putting the outside covers over the windows, I think the heat loss can be reduced even more, and the inside temperature raised also.

That temperature benefit was not expected.  I am glad that I did it. 

Enjoy;   Ralph, Latté Land, Washington 




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Discussion Forum

1974 Brave for $40k 6 Replies

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1967 F-17 12 Replies

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