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RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

So thus far the structure and any added weight by occupants will sit on 24 horizonal screws spanning 24 feet?
PastorCharlie 09/12/20 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Turning pivot points for 40’ RV class A

The pivot point is at the back wheel on the inside of the turn.
PastorCharlie 09/07/20 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 30 foot run of sewer hose--downhill?

For simplicity and easy storage a macerator is the solution. I have run a 3/4 commercial water hose over 150' and no problem up hill, down hill or flat land. I have different length hoses for different runs ands can join them together for length needed. Run them into restroom commodes, clean outs, etc. through windows or doors and still works fine. If needed pump to second floor. Finish with flush of clean water and if desired add bleach to the flush. Very little storage space needed. No need to do as I witnessed a camper near me one time. While disconnecting his camper he first dumped his tanks, next he disconnected the sewer hose, then he disconnected the water hose from the camper and inserted it down inside the sewer hose about 3-4 feet and rinsed it out. Then he stored the sewer hose by throwing it into the water bay and he finished by disconnecting the water hose from park water supply and threw the water hose in the water bay on top of the sewer hose.
PastorCharlie 09/07/20 08:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Windows on drivers side?

Call the builder and ask about your floor plan.
PastorCharlie 09/07/20 08:06am Beginning RVing
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Use 6 2X4X12' or 16' treated yellow pine for upright and frame to hold them rigid with cross bracing. Two 2X6X16' with 1/2" plywood decking 16" or 24" width for walk board laid on horizonal bracing to give proper working height. Pick good grain wood with no major knots. If nailed together can be knocked apart for disassembly or use screws to make easier. This will result in a walk board made of 2X6 spanning 8' If concerned with load bearing add a third 2X6.
PastorCharlie 09/06/20 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cruise control not engaging

The "Clock Spring" also has part in the circuit. It can be found by pulling the steering wheel.
PastorCharlie 09/02/20 03:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Truck Camper Northern Lite 811

This thread was listed under truck campers and is about truck campers. Why the move? I was following it under truck campers.
PastorCharlie 08/31/20 06:02pm Truck Campers
RE: leveling

The name of the leveling system is important to diagnose any problems.
PastorCharlie 08/31/20 05:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Window reflections

Use roller shades for side windows and attach a string long enough to easily reach while seated. For windshield use power shades with switch located to easily reach while seated.
PastorCharlie 08/30/20 11:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan QD 7500

The switches flash codes to trouble shoot the problem. Count the number of repeated flashes and Google for the problem, i.e. two flashes, three flashes, etc. and then repeats itself.
PastorCharlie 08/30/20 11:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: keeping the bugs away while Rving

PastorCharlie 08/22/20 03:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roadside Assiatance

I have been a member of the National Motor Club for 61 years. National Motor Club Holdings, Inc. Names New Presidents of National Motor Club and Coach-Net I have been a member of the Good Sam Club for 19 years. I had Coach Net coverage in the past but prefer the coverage of GSRSA. I carry their Platinum + Plan.
PastorCharlie 08/22/20 03:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Caution

Friend couple that we convoy with across the USA left my home on one visit and I noticed two black lines out my driveway and down the highway. I chased them down and and stopped them. Sometimes people forget to move the cars out of park when they begin to tow.
PastorCharlie 08/17/20 09:37pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Truck flooded

The goose is cooked... stick a fork in it. In the floor, in the trans, differential, wheel bearings, u-joints, steering, wiring, etc. Totaled. You’re funny! Mustn’t get out much, eh! All those hard parts get bathed daily in a nice salt brine up north. All winter every winter. I agree there will likely be electrical issues. But your statement proves you know almost nothing about vehicles...... Owner/Operator of Auto Repair Shop with a Master Mechanic Certification before entering the Ministry of Christ. Still do mechanical work and consult with others needing repair work. Live on an island surrounded by Salt Water where many vehicles are flooded ever year by salt water driven by storms. Have traveled the USA, Canada, Mexico. What are your qualifications for distributing mechanical advise? :h
PastorCharlie 08/10/20 09:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Caution

If Ford can't or won't fix it...will they replace it with one we can agree on and not lose any money. No one but the Ford dealer can answer that question.
PastorCharlie 08/08/20 12:24pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Truck flooded

The goose is cooked... stick a fork in it. In the floor, in the trans, differential, wheel bearings, u-joints, steering, wiring, etc. Totaled.
PastorCharlie 08/07/20 03:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: too much truck or not enough trailer?

My F350, CC, LB, 4X4, 7.3 Power Stroke Diesel, DWR is my daily ride and grocery shopping vehicle and its a very comfortable ride with its progressive suspension. I prefer it for comfort over my Taurus or Jeep. The OP TT would be no more than a average back seat passenger for the F350. Of course those who have never owned a F350 cannot speak from experience.
PastorCharlie 08/05/20 08:49am Towing
RE: F350 where do I jack from? / would this plan work?

One end of the lug wrench has a hub cap puller on my F350. The jack handle and spare tire handle are under the hood and the jack is behind the seat. If the spare tire has a security lock the key may be in the glove box or center console.
PastorCharlie 08/05/20 08:05am Truck Campers
RE: F350 where do I jack from? / would this plan work?

The owner manual should have instructions and a Jack should be provided under the hood on top of radiator.
PastorCharlie 08/05/20 06:20am Truck Campers
RE: Class A Tire Recommendation

A second opinion is needed, it is unrealistic for a six year old vehicle with 25,000 miles to need kingpins, etc.
PastorCharlie 08/05/20 06:07am Class A Motorhomes
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