Added by carey masci on September 11, 2018 at 11:59am — No Comments
We need help! We just moved our 93 Innsbruck travel trailer to a piece of property. Mind you, this camper has not been moved or used in about 11 years. We are using battery power for lights, but are trying to figure out how to use propane to power the hot water heater. Any insights?? Not sure how to activate it....or even use the propane for the refrigerator or hot water heat. Any other Innsbruck owners out there with some insight??
Many Thanks, Kris in Michigan
Please bare with me, first time on a forum. I have an Alfa Gold that came with an 80 amp converter which is having problems. I no longer use the belly air or the two RV refrigerators that came with it. Is there any reason I cannot use 50 or 60 amp converter?
Thanks so much, David
Changing out a water pump on a 7.3 diesel looks intimidating to say the least,, Its just a massive beast of an engine shoved and stuffed under the hood. And with any diesel engine, everything is super extra heavy duty,, no whimpy parts there. So I tackle the job with a positive attitude.
With my poor eye sight, I apply common sense approach, a bolt,nut or screw has to hold everything in place, the trick is locating them. I first find the drain on the lower part of the radiator and get…Continue
Added by carey masci on August 4, 2018 at 12:27am — No Comments
This evening,, several of us here in our tiny RV park, (Russ Johnson knows how small it is) lol, was sitting around sucking down some adult sud beverages, Yes,, we are old enough,(just barely). And Jimmy, my one neighbor in the other 5th wheel here mentioned his daughters co-worker just dropped $4 K down for a New 5th wheel, with reasonable low payments of $387.00 a month for like 300 years,, give or take a year or two, Well they took it to the local lake to break it in,, The list of things…Continue
After my 'full-timing' adventure of last year, poor Juno found herself neglected in the yard most of the summer. I think I suffered from a little RV PTSD. As the temperatures grew and the humidity descended on our little piece of mountain paradise here in Asheville, NC I was content to enjoy not worrying about my electric consumption, not having to pack up my home every time I needed to go to the grocery store, and poo that just goes away forever when you flush!
One of my jacks was leaking really bad, so I took it apart to replace the 'O' rings.
One part stripped. It's the pump cylinder, and it is made of light aluminum.
I have the jack at a local machine shop, they are going to make replacements for that part for all the jacks. The new parts will be stronger, they are making them from brass.
If you have a jack similar and need this part then let me know, I can have them run off more.
Added by Jane Roxanne Beamon on July 31, 2018 at 5:30pm — No Comments
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Added by harwood on July 30, 2018 at 8:30pm — No Comments
We just bought a 1970 play mor. we are gutting it because it was in bad shape. We are taking out the orig light, stove and sink (which are in perfect condition) and not putting it all back in. If anyone is interested in them, let me know by emailing me. Rendy29752@hotmail.com.
I just bought a 72 Dodge Fireball Class C Motorhome - Sweet Gypsy Rose aka Rose aka Queenie. Are there any Fireball lovers/owners out there who would like to start a group - both Trailers and Motorhomes? I'd love to hear from fellow Fireball enthusiasts.
WePulled our Capri from Inverness Fl. to Pittsburgh Pa without any problems. It was a little slow going over the mountains in West Virginia and Virginia. We did manage to pass a few tractor trailers that were going slower than us.
My 1976 Sports Coach Class A mid-bath RV sat for 12 years. It's a Dodge chassis, 440 engine, 61,000 actual miles. Previous owner lost title years back. I work at a salvage yard. Young man in possession of RV, came to me, wanting me to purchase it for scrap as they had to get rid of it. Parked in an alley within city limits with no current tag it had to be moved. They tried to get it running. Put 4 new drive tires and 2 new steer tires, belts, hoses, alternator, fuel pump, cap and…Continue
looking for a pressure cap that goes on the fill-up line for a 1969 yellowstone camper. anyone have one or know where i can get one.e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org thanks kathyContinue
looking for a pressure cap that goes on the fill-up line for a 1969 yellowstone camper. anyone have one or know where i can get one? thanks kathy casidayContinue
Added by kathy casiday on July 19, 2018 at 7:59am — No Comments
Most blog scripts refresh the order as a post is made, this one does not. So I will start a series. To find a previous article "view all" and scroll down.…Continue
I recently bought a 1985 Real-Lite truck camper. While I was getting it home, the escape hatch lid blew off and I couldn't find it.
I am having a terrible time finding a replacement. I ordered from Hengs, but it wasn't quite right. Too big and the hinge was wrong. The opening is 17 x 24.
Any advice where I could find it? Is it easier to just replace the whole unit?
Thanks for any help,