"Chad--it is nice to see the early Pace Arrows---I really need to look at mine and determine if it is restorable or just junk---I haven't done anything to mine since my 5200 mile trouble free trip approx. twenty years ago---I'm getting…"
"Hi David , this is Chad, My pace arrow build date is the 9th month of 1969 according to the door plate, it is the 22 foot model apparently the first year that fleetwood started making the pace arrow motorhome , happy travels"
"Thanks for the info. I found all the wires pulled on the heater system. That has me thinking. I am going to hook up all the wires and test the fuse. Need to find out if the motor is any good. Thanks again."
"I use my heater on all night,, its controlled by the thermostat and runs its cycles.. But,,,,, To be sure and give you a piece of mind,, I ran my gas heater during the day while I was awake listening and *sniffing, ( for gas fumes or something…"
"Thanks Lakota. I will take plenty of pictures. I do have a question. The central heat system, is it safe enough for the most part to leave on all night? Should I use electric heaters. The wiring is over 30 years old and of coarse so is the…"
"Dean. If your outside skin is good and sealed, you can do a rebuild of the walls while still occupying your rig. I just tackled a section at a time. You just have to arrange living conditions as each section is completed. You can do it. You have the…"
"Water leaks are done. Just in time as it got down to 32 degrees last night. Have started making the "Spring Challenge List". Some of it is rather difficult in that we live in it full time and I have some walls to rebuild, (motel time) and…"
"have a question. On the hot water heater (oem) the air flow adjustment is a slider. There is a pin that limits the length of slide thus limiting the adjustment. The fuel is not burning properly. Is it because of the limit on the slide adjustment or…"
"I will be taking possession of a 1989 35' Pace Arrow. My wife and I will be full timing. I will have to take some pictures and post them here. The current pic, of course is not it. I will get that changed out as soon as possible. I am so glad…"
Chad--it is nice to see the early Pace Arrows---I really need to look at mine and determine if it is restorable or just junk---I haven't done anything to mine since my 5200 mile trouble free trip approx. twenty years ago---I'm getting older and have way too many projects that keep my 72 Pace Arrow on the back burner---Dave
Your fuel nozzle is probably clogging or a possibilty of bad propane,,Yes,, propane can go bad,
They put that pin in at the factory and its there as to NOT exceed the max amount of fuel going through,, Its a bad idea to take the pin out and exceed the required distance. Always be very careful working with propane gas.
have a question. On the hot water heater (oem) the air flow adjustment is a slider. There is a pin that limits the length of slide thus limiting the adjustment. The fuel is not burning properly. Is it because of the limit on the slide adjustment or could it be the fuel nozzle clogging?
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