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Allegro/P-30

A place to share information about and to get help with your Tiffin Allegro and its P-30 Chevy chassis. I'm amazed at the seemingly infinite combinations of floor plans throughout the years. 

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Last camp or for the year 2 Replies

Well it was cold and rainy but fun. The furnace works great after I put a new circuit board in her. Good thing because it snowed on us the last night.

Started by Philip Wolsonovich. Last reply by Daniel Long Feb 8.

Another successful trip

Well another successful trip. This one to colonial Williamsburg VA. Had a great time and no incidents at all.

Started by Philip Wolsonovich Jul 6, 2018.

Redoing Onan genset wiring an such.... 3 Replies

In the next few weeks I've made the decision to pull the BFA 4.0 genset from the Allegro and get it into the workshop. Too many past splices to the wiring, the remote panel works half the time, now…Continue

Started by Daniel Long. Last reply by Daniel Long May 4, 2018.

Removed the Roof Rack 3 Replies

Well after years of contemplation, I finally decided to remove the roof rack. I love the classic Allegro look, but I just couldn't keep up with the leaks anymore. From the factory, there are 44…Continue

Started by Jim Stoltz. Last reply by Jim Stoltz Oct 4, 2017.

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Comment by Lakota Wolf on May 6, 2016 at 12:09am

As far as SEALING your windows,,,,, check first where its actually leaking. Its NOT always around the seal,sometimes it is,, But as Jim mentioned, check the *drain track. If its a window that cranks out or slides open, check the felt seal where the 2 pieces of glass meet. Track drains get clogged easily with everyday dust and crud blowing in the wind.

If the original seal of the window is whats leaking, NEVER,EVER,EVER, use silicone, unless you want to peel it off a couple months later and reseal it again. Use Butyl tape, it comes in grey and black rolls,, Looks like cauking on a tape roll.

Its not that hard to work with and removing a window and scraping off the old butyl tape off and applying new butyl is an afternoon job. Usually takes a couple hours to remove,,reseal and re-install the window, then move on to the next one.

A *Note,,, with the window out, You can check the surrounding wood frame for any water damage and takle that problem while the window is out.

Comment by Jim Stoltz on May 5, 2016 at 8:50pm

Philip - do you mean around the frame itself? If so it appears to be that sticky gray stuff (my dad calls it "dum dum"). I used it to repair the range hood vent and a couple of other protrusions through the skin on my Allegro. It comes in a roll. If your windows are leaking it may not be from the frames. Sometimes the drains get clogged.

Comment by Philip Wolsonovich on May 5, 2016 at 7:58pm
Does anyone have a suggestion for sealing around Windows? I see it is some kind of grey caulking but not sure what kind it is.
Comment by Jim Stoltz on April 24, 2016 at 10:36am

Awesome! Can't wait for pics and/or video...

Comment by Philip Wolsonovich on April 23, 2016 at 6:21pm
Well the old girl is rolling again. As soon as I get speedometer and tachometer in I'll post pick and maybe video. If I can figure how to do video.
Comment by Philip Wolsonovich on April 22, 2016 at 7:04am
4L80 coming along good. Drive line is all mounted all that's left is new transmission lines and wiring.
Comment by Cristina Gouin on April 14, 2016 at 5:14am

Jim, Brad and I are meeting up at Trap Pond in DE to camp weekend of June 4/5 with a bunch of other friends and family.. would be a 4 hr haul for you as its about 2 for Brad.  the more the merrier.  And Rick.. yea yea...and thankful for Brads long fingers!  LOL... it was as tight as I could get it when I put it on guessing the manuevers of the tank to shimmy it back  into place moved it enough.. ah well. 

Comment by Jim Stoltz on April 13, 2016 at 8:04pm

I was hoping he was closer so I could get a glimpse of Gone in person. But Edgewater Park is almost 2 hours from me. I'm way up in Northern NJ.

Comment by Jimco_W001 on April 13, 2016 at 5:35pm

  TJ likes to call him Wonder Brad!  He's a great tech who knows what he's doing. G&M auto Edgewater park NJ

Comment by Rick Faunce on April 13, 2016 at 4:27pm

I will second Brads ability, he even managed to get a line on that "someone" did not get tight and it came off. This was realized after the tank was in. good thing Brad has long arms and strong fingers. I met Tina there for the first time and it was her that told me about this site. Glad she did.

 
 
 

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Last camp or for the year 2 Replies

Started by Philip Wolsonovich. Last reply by Daniel Long Feb 8.

Another successful trip

Started by Philip Wolsonovich Jul 6, 2018.

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