I have the 92 travelcraft got it in cold weather replaced board at cab to side went ok.
lift mi cold weather motor home pump leaked got new one oneon way to Tx..fand
out . did not sevice for winter. will have alot of work when i get home but have a lot of funContinue
Added by harrell cook on April 29, 2015 at 11:28am — 2 Comments
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My husband and I have been chatting all day while he is at work and looking on line. Do I do it? Will it work out? I am so up in the air about it...I just don't know...but....
I found this 2016 REISSUE 16' Shasta in Iowa. Now, I am in Washington state. I have talked to the salesmen and a finance guy and we will know something tomorrow by 2pm.
I really don't know if I should do this as being almost killed sticks in my mind every moment with the other…Continue
We were delivered some bad news today. Our beloved Bertha not only needs her transmission rebuilt but also needs new brakes. She came to us for free but now it looks like we need to invest approximately $5,000 in order to get her up and running. We are emotionally invested in Bertha but $5,000 on our salaries is a serious commitment. We are both dreamers and love adventure so we are already leaning toward biting the bullet. In reality we have five more years until all of our children…Continue
Added by Jeffrey and Karin Cloutier on April 27, 2015 at 10:42am — 3 Comments
Hope you are well. I haven't been on in quite some time as my feelings go back and forth. At this point there is a part of me that wants another vintage tin can, and then I shy away. I've looked in Craig'slist in Washington and honestly I cannot believe what I am seeing.
For a P.O.S. people want $6,000 up to $20,000 which is absolutely absurd. If I was to get another, at this point I would get one that is redone as I don't think I could poor…Continue
Added by Leah on April 26, 2015 at 8:47pm — 6 Comments
We had a very productive weekend! After our Sunday plans went awry we decided to take a trip to Marden's. For those of you who aren't privileged to live in the northeast, you may not know the pleasure of Marden's; it's a surplus salvage store where you can discover the most random and amazing things amongst a lot of junk. We went looking for duck cloth to reupholster the dinette cushions as well as the cushion on the back couch/bed. Our first attempt was thwarted by an overly aggressive…Continue
Added by Jeffrey and Karin Cloutier on April 21, 2015 at 11:08am — 2 Comments
Has Anyone ever done their own Duplication of the Thermo-Panels used by Winnebago in their first RV'S?. Other than the heat, pressing. It would seem possible to fabricate close to the original.
And as I have a Roof that has structural sagging. I Chose not to just brace up the panels and just add
an additional layer of thin, structural plywood. Or 3/4 inch T&G. I have found a company that make newer stuff for trailers. But I would like to save the cost (if feasible) by…Continue
Added by Erik Anderson on April 20, 2015 at 10:05pm — 4 Comments
I''m Looking for a Brake system Diagram for this 1970 Winnebago D-24. Appears to be Powered Assisted by a Center driver's rail. Dual Vacuum Assisted additional Brake cylinders,With a Brake cylinder & Pedal, coming from the Forward controls Any one a Vintage mechanic?, She Got a Beautiful 413 RB B.B. Dodge Motor in her. "That should be good for 8 mile per gallon…
Added by Erik Anderson on April 19, 2015 at 9:38am — 7 Comments
Spring is here, I have been working on my recently acquired '85 E350 based Coachman Classic class c MH. Mostly all original except for prior owner replaced the refer and gen. I am replacing non functional roof AC and applying liquid rubber to roof. After that will clean the exterior, redo trim tape and apply 5 coats of Zep wax.
On a more active front, we have scheduled our 1st weekend in our 1997 Newmar American Star 30' 5th wheel to the Washington coast in 10 days. We will join two…Continue
Added by Ad Addison on April 13, 2015 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment
I started this earlier. We just bought a 1988 Venture 32 foot travel trailer. No one seems to know anything about it & there seems to be quite a few mysteries.Are there any good detectives out there who may know something about these trailers? I had never heard of this brand but wife fell in love with the interior so we bought as is , where is.
Added by Jay Gentner on April 6, 2015 at 4:07am — No Comments
I was wondering what you guys would recommend for a converter for my trailer, that way i can charge my batteries while plugged in without having to run my external battery charger. thanks for any info
Added by John Rasmussen on April 5, 2015 at 5:35pm — 1 Comment
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