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Roof access ladder repair

When I bought my coach it was evident something bad happened to the top of the ladder. Sheared right off at the uppermost support. So after two years I finally got around to doing something about it.…Continue

Started Oct 27, 2021

Anybody wave?
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Off for a short weekend trip in our 1993 class A. It occurred to me on the way out that in the last two years of intermittent trips, no one has waved at me. When I go out on my motorcycle my arm…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Grey Wolf Mar 9, 2021.

 

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GypsyR replied to Kevin H Grosse's discussion Oil and Oil Filter for 1974 Travco 440 engine
"No I don't know a wedge part number right off, I'm more of a Ford guy.  :) I will say you can't go wrong with a WIX filter, many people have a high opinion of them. Last I heard NAPA Gold's were made by WIX so if it…"
Oct 30, 2021
GypsyR replied to Kevin H Grosse's discussion Oil and Oil Filter for 1974 Travco 440 engine
"In an old Consumer Reports review of different motor oils the summary at the end was that in truth you could use any of the oils they looked at and they would do the job as long as you changed the oil at a 3000-4000 mile interval. Nowadays there are…"
Oct 30, 2021
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Roof access ladder repair

When I bought my coach it was evident something bad happened to the top of the ladder. Sheared right off at the uppermost support. So after two years I finally got around to doing something about it. And also used this as yet another excuse to procrastinate doing the transmission. Here's the before while swapping an AC unit.So while in a salvage yard after something else I spotted a small ladder on the back door of a Dodge van and bought it for ten bucks. It had two 90 degree bends, one at each…See More
Oct 27, 2021
Grey Wolf replied to GypsyR's discussion Anybody wave?
"I have a Foretravel Gran Villa 1987 model. I also have a Toyota Winnebago 1989 model. When I drive either unit and encounter other RV drivers on the road, almost none of them wave back at me. Might be that they  are lazy, might be they are new…"
Mar 9, 2021
GypsyR posted a discussion

Anybody wave?

Off for a short weekend trip in our 1993 class A. It occurred to me on the way out that in the last two years of intermittent trips, no one has waved at me. When I go out on my motorcycle my arm could get tired from waving. Jeep people seem to wave at each other. I kind of wondered why no RVer's waved at me. I figured it wasn't a thing. I have noticed that newer models seem to have tint such that you can't really see the occupants anyway though. But on the return trip I spotted an oncoming…See More
Mar 8, 2021
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1993 Newmar Kountry Aire
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upstate SC
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