If you have no experience with RV's don't buy anything over 5 years old. Also, if you purchase a gas engine, like a workhorse (Chevy) or Ford, there are some problem rig out there. You will need to have Good Sam 24-hour emergency Roadside Assistance and Toeing. They will stay in contact with you until help arrives. And the will check on you also. I also reccomend Good Sam VIP Insurance, they won't give you any run-a-round if you have a claim. The other types of insurane…Continue
Added by Peter Fullerton on February 11, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments
Added by Chad Scaries on February 10, 2011 at 1:31am — No Comments
I remember, The days when I could walk down the street and not worry about being hurt by anyone. I remember the day when my dad worked for fleet wood in the 60's and 70's and some of the 80's and Rv's were built to stand. At least some of them anyway. I miss those days. All I see now is pain, and chaos on the tv. I have come to the sad conclusion that the commander will get what she needs only. No more plans of up-grading her, just fix the problem and move on. I had plans for her, but just…Continue
Added by S Healton on February 6, 2011 at 1:01am — No Comments
Being the proud owner of "The Texas T" (1990 Southwind), and priding myself in still being mobile enough (at 64) to take care of the repairs and upkeep of our home away from home. I thought I had met my match with the daunting task of replacing the front suspension air bags after the starboard one blew out on our last trip to the Texas coast.
After receiving the replacement kit and the less than detailed instruction sheet, it occured to me that I was expected to insert these two…Continue
Added by Prospector's Paradise on February 4, 2011 at 3:36pm — No Comments
i don't know how many of you have seen this yet, but i wanted to make everyone aware.
there is a new board game out, and it's called ROAD TRIP
Can you rattle off three towns that start with the letter “P”?
What about three fast foods that contain the letter “B”?
Or, finish the “Tale…
Added by April Tierney on February 3, 2011 at 9:24am — No Comments
I am the proud owner of my second glastron. My first was a 1970 and the one I have now is a 1969. It was driven to Northern Michigan by a friend 15 years age and has been in his pole building since. The mice and other rodents were using it as a storage unit in the walls. I have started to redo it a little at a time. We will be moving to California this spring so it will be stored at my sons home in Wisconsin. My plan is to spend summers in wi and continue…Continue
Added by Kenneth Gagne on February 3, 2011 at 9:22am — No Comments