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RE: 2022 Zephyr or Cornerstone - Which Should I Buy?

I did use the one on my Dynasty but macerators are rather slow. Mr Mark, you are right about the old macerators being slow but the new Sanicon Turbo which uses a 1" hose is pretty quick. I have used it to pump 200' several times over fairly level ground. I like to read your insight on Prevost, etc.
hypoxia 04/10/22 07:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2022 Zephyr or Cornerstone - Which Should I Buy?

No but my rv is 43' and has the Aquahot 450 and it heats the RV just fine. On electric there is a huge difference between the Aqua-Hot 450 with One 1650 Watt element and the 600 series which has Two 2000 Watt elements. IMHO, If Cornerstone skimps on that one item I just assume they also skimp on other items.
hypoxia 04/09/22 05:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2022 Zephyr or Cornerstone - Which Should I Buy?

When I looked at Cornerstone I saw it has the little 450 Aqua-Hot so I didn't consider it any farther.
hypoxia 04/09/22 08:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Centermatics or Balance Beads ???

My trailer bearings are sensitive to wheel offset which the Centramatics increase so I wouldn't use them. You must have a different set of Centramatics than I have seen. Mine are thin sheet metal, 1/16" perhaps. I don't think your wheel bearings will notice. :h
hypoxia 12/20/21 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: 600 hp

110,000 miles, no problems yet. 2006 EGR engine.
hypoxia 10/26/21 06:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Needless kaos and carnage on the Beeline highway...

Highway 87 aka the Beeline Highway runs north from Mesa {just east of Phoenix} north 75 miles to and through Payson continuing on to provide a good route for the RV crowd to the I-40 corridor {Flagstaff, Winslow and Holbrook}. From Mesa it is good 4 lane {with wide paved shoulders} of mostly divided highway. It does however have a lot of steep climbs {6 to 7 percent} as it winds up through the mountains. The speeds on that road have been surprising. I'm not on it that often but go in and out of Arizona on it with my RV. When the police holed up last year we were passed by lots of high speed traffic, probably 90 & 100 MPH. The police are back but spread thin and speeds seemed slightly lower. We travel the US through lots of mountains & I consider that road from the Mogillion Rim through Payson to Mesa to be one of the best workouts for the driver and the RV. Lots of climbs in high temperatures to test your cooling system and patience and lots of descents to use the Jake Brake, exhaust brake and learn to keep the service brakes cool. We like the Payson Airport (KPAN) Crosswinds Restaurant but we don't go there by road.
hypoxia 10/07/21 07:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Border

Curious why the discussion of Tijuana hasn't included the rail from San Ysidro to San Diego. Doesn't Air Canada fly nonstop from San Diego to Vancouver, BC?
hypoxia 10/07/21 07:09am RVing in Mexico and South America
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