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Were still waiting for the mechanic to finish up on the work. He is replacing cylinder head, intake, valve cover, and oil pan gaskets on the Mallard's 460. He's also replacing the transmission pan gasket and front and rear seals on the transmission and engine block... Wheeew!

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Well it looks like the time has finally come! Were going to pickup our RV on Monday the 21st.

Well it looks like the time has finally come! Were going to pickup our RV on Monday the 21st. Continue

Posted on March 16, 2011 at 1:51pm

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At 8:16am on August 12, 2010, Draglink said…
Greg your motorhome is exactly what I want to move up to...looks very nice! I started with a pop-up almost a year ago, now have my class C. We are loving our C and probably will enjoy it for a couple more years!
At 6:51am on August 12, 2010, Pat Meinke said…
Hi Greg,

Yours looks very similar to ours. Yours of course is in much better shape! We have renovate ours. Yours looks beautiful!

At 11:28pm on April 11, 2010, Pat Daly said…
Greg, Sorry to hear this, but in a strange way it is actually a "somewhat" good thing ... in the long run. Your class a looks very clean, hopefully you got it for a good (low) price and now you can go down the road KNOWING that the mechanical systems are top rate!! No more worries (well there are always a "few" worries anything you take 12,000 pounds of steel down the asphalt, but that's part of all rving) Other things I'd check on a new good old rv are: - All propane lines and connections... good old soapy water works or have an rv tech do a leakdown test. -Tires and brakes. Are they new within the last 3-5 years? If not, start shopping around. You're hauling a lot of weight and this is way cheap insurance. - Roof. A very small and cheap to fix roof leak can ruin a good lookin rv. You're probably way ahead of me on all this, but this is my "learning" on rvs so far. Unfortunately, in the early days I did not realize the amount of maintenance up front gave us years of enjoyment later. But, i usually got frustrated and sold the rig(s) after they were perfect! Hang in there and fingers crossed that your mechanic is a good top notch one and you'll get years of enjoyment out of your rig! PS. Our 57 Flexible bus at the top of Good Old RVS could never make it past Battle Mountain, NV without breaking down... ususally both ways, but boy what a rig it was/is. Attaching photo of us driving home our new Southwind which overheated in Jasper Alabama and no one would work on it. So pull the entire front end ourself and rebuild the heads, exhaust manifolds and radiation and water pump ourself under the pine trees at an RV park with some VERY understanding owners. Enjoy the ride buddy. pat, linda & lady dog




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