Noob here, thought an introduction might be the thing to do! My machine is one I've often thought of building, and then one fell into my lap a couple years ago, a Grumman Kurbmaster. Mine is a 1963…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by SP Rhodes Jul 4, 2011.
Picked up a camper, hope it is "old" enough! 1989 Skamper by Dutchman, model 1850T. Had a price I couldnt refuse, but the round trip from SC to OH did add some expense. Slapped a set of new tires on it, checked the bearings and added grease, and off I went! Slow trip, trailer wanted to sway at 60mph, so I stuck to 58-59. That can be tough on I-77!
Got it home, made a few rot repairs. AC and heat strip work, hadnt checked the propane furnace yet. Water pump spins up, but I…Continue
Posted on April 15, 2014 at 6:48pm
I wrecked my RV on the 16th, and it is on its way to becoming beer cans now! One less 1963 Grumman Kurbmaster on the road.
For the second time, I had wheel studs snap and lost one side of the dually rear end. After the first, which I got away with by the grace of God, I replace all the rear wheel components. New drums, new studs pressed in, new brake pads and cylinders while I was in there.
Never knew what broke them the first time, and I dont know what broke…Continue
Posted on February 2, 2014 at 4:25pm — 6 Comments