Frances DeHart
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I climbed up on the roof of my 1977 Rockwood today so that I could spray off the roof and see what type of sealant had been used on it. The Antennae is totally covered in black Rubber something and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Johnson Jun 12.

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It will be hot for a 20mins then it just blows cold air I have shutt it off and turned back on that seemed to work but it still keeps blowing cold air can I get some suggestion?pretty…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Frances DeHart Jun 5.

1977 dodge rockwood
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I'm looking to purchase a 1977 Rockwood are these good class C to own? It has a 727 tranny with a 360 engine it's in excellent shape for its age but has sat for 3 yrs I'm a new RV owner

Started this discussion. Last reply by Frances DeHart Apr 3.


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1977 Rockwood
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Canandaigua NY
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At 6:22pm on March 18, 2017, Frances DeHart said…
Never mind I finally saw it oh jeez my bad!! Anyways I work in Geneva!
At 6:20pm on March 18, 2017, Frances DeHart said…
Daniel where are you from? Here is another question how do I know what size brakes calipers etc I need I was told that it's on 5 1/2 ton axles?? Does this make sense?
At 11:14am on March 18, 2017, Daniel Long said…

I bet I have some Dodge parts around. Front Grille, tail lights off the Tioga, van doors (with very little rust on them). Mirrors. I even have the fresh water tank and potty! I salvaged another '77 Coachman to fix the LH1 but never did it.

At 11:13am on March 18, 2017, Daniel Long said…

Glad to have a "local" contact to share info with! Best of luck with the Buddy Heater, hope you don't have to use it much longer.


At 12:00pm on February 26, 2017, Frances DeHart said…
Thank you so much Pat I will look into that there is so much information on this site I love it!!
At 9:32am on February 10, 2017, Pat Daly said…

Welcome, Frances. You're goal of full time living in an rv is a great life of freedom and adventure.  There's lots of information in our How To section on the right of our home page, down the center of Members How to's and a couple blogs like Diane's who's been living full time for 8 years. Also, use the tiny little SEARCH BOX very top right of the home page to search any topic... there are hundreds on finding, buying and full timing in vintage rvs.   Thanks for joining us.




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