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31  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New to forum on: December 23, 2016, 03:23:50 pm
Welcome Ernie & Pattie,
We're sure you will get a lot of help and opinions on this Forum from a number of very experienced RVers.
Three years ago we downsized (right-sized) from a quality Class A diesel when we purchased our Phoenix Cruiser.  We love our 2552 for a number of reasons, but as you suggest the right model depends a lot on how you will be using the rig.
Best wishes and Happy Holidays,
Bruce and Sharon
32  Main Forum / General Discussion / PC wheel covers on: December 22, 2016, 11:43:55 pm
Im wondering if any 2017 Phoenix Cruiser Ford chassis model has wheel covers that differ from the regular Ford wheel covers on older models.  If so, Im interested to know the size of the hole in the wheel cover that allows access to the tire valve stem.  These holes in our Ford wheel covers are narrow--about 2 x 2 .  Ive read on the PC main website that at least some 2017 models have Phoenix USA, Inc. wheel covers that might be slightly different from the previous Ford wheel covers.  The photo of one 2017 2910T unit has tire covers that seem to have a somewhat wider opening to the tire valve stem.

In case you wonder why I ask, the valve cover caps on our PC tires are Pressure Pro Tire Pressure Monitoring System devices.  When removing the ones on the front wheels to adjust tire pressure, I often drop them inside the wheel cover because the opening in the Ford wheel cover is small and my fingers cant grip the caps well.  That means next removing and then reinstalling the entire wheel cover to retrieve the capnot an easy task for me.

If the PC wheel covers valve stem opening is even a little larger than on the Ford wheel cover, that would make the job much easier.  

Happy holidays to all,
33  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC 3100 - What's not to like? on: December 22, 2016, 11:36:17 pm
Thank you David for the photos of your cabinets and storage bins.
You are a Gem. ThumbsUp
34  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC 3100 - What's not to like? on: December 22, 2016, 12:08:53 pm
The more I look at the "custom" 2910 the the more I like it!  Wish we were in the process of buying a new PC.
Two questions I would have:
1.  Does having the rear twin bed on the passenger side eliminate the large outside storage there?
2.  Is there any full-length closet space?
35  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC 3100 - What's not to like? on: December 19, 2016, 08:55:18 pm
We love the floor plan of our 2552, especially the rear bath area.  If we were ever to get a longer PC it would be a 3100 for that very reason.
--Bruce and Sharon
36  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: December 19, 2016, 10:50:09 am
Hello Tjron47,

Welcome to the Forum.

We will be in Palm Desert, CA during January to April and would be happy to show you our 2014 2552 there if you have the time to make the trip over then.

We were in a similar situation to you when we sold our 2004 36' Beaver Monterey that we enjoyed for ten years.  We have no regrets for switching to our Phoenix Cruiser.

Best wishes,
Bruce and Sharon
37  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bad solution to hear TV over too loud A/C on: December 08, 2016, 04:24:14 pm
I too dropped the TV down to get at the audio-out jack.  It was tedious to remove the long screws and then put them back.  It was a two person job for us to be sure we didn't drop the TV.
But no harm was done and there is no rattle.
Sorry that I have no suggestion for you at this point.
38  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: December 06, 2016, 05:38:55 pm
Ron and John,
I think each of your comments are correct. Thanks for your encouragement.

I originally hoped that it would be easy to add a fan.  Turns out to be too much for me presently, but may tackle this issue later.

Actually it's not extremely important to us because of the way we use the rig--usually stay in moderate temperature areas and have only wished to have the extra fan a few times in the previous three years.

Will post again if I get the time and courage to proceed.

Happy Holidays to all from Bruce and Sharon
39  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: December 06, 2016, 10:39:48 am
I talked to Kermit yesterday on how to get power to the forward vent on our 2552.  He said it could be done fairly easily by using a long drill bit to go thru the layer of foam in the ceiling and thru a structural tube up there (they are placed each 24" of length of the coach). 
That sounds too scary for me to try at the moment.

40  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: December 03, 2016, 10:50:02 am
I removed the ceiling vent trim piece as Barry suggested and see no wires. 

It might be possible to push wires between the roof material (some type of wood?) and  the ceiling material (some type of padding) from the vent opening over to a light fixture located about two feet away.  But, there is a seam in the ceiling material midway on that route that will likely block easy passage there.

The factory employees had left for the day when I called there for advice on this, so will try again next week.

Maybe someone here has experience installing wire under the ceiling material?

41  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: December 01, 2016, 03:42:43 pm

Thank you for the info.  Our galley area vent looks just like the vent in the bathroom, except no fan.
I'll take your advice and remove the trim piece to look for wires.

42  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: November 30, 2016, 10:07:03 pm

Did your 2551 come from the factory with the fan installed in the galley area?  Our 2552 has no fan in that vent.  I've been assuming that there is no practical way to add a fan there.

After reading your posts here, I'm wondering if our rig was actually wired for a fan that was never installed.

Do you think there is a way for me to look for any wiring there without doing damage to the ceiling or roof?

43  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Vent Fan on: November 20, 2016, 06:37:39 pm
Very nice post. 
44  Main Forum / Photos / Re: 2100 Pictures on: November 02, 2016, 05:22:27 pm
The paint job shown on the rig in your link is an example of lower body paint.

You can see a variety of full body paint examples by visiting the home site for Phoenix Cruiser.

45  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: November 01, 2016, 10:50:16 pm

Here are the length measurements made today on our 2552:
Ford cab area (front bumper to forward part of the PC house) is approximately 8
Forward part of the PC house to the rear wall) is approximately 19 3
The PC rear cap including the spare tire cover is approximately 13

Hope this is of some help in your search for the model that fits your needs.

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