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31  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Intro & order placed for 2552 on: February 18, 2017, 05:48:44 am
Aside from recommendations on this site and others we ultimately chose to have Safe-T-Plus installed on our 2552 after watching this video (it's a bit dated I think, but the info is relevant)  The most interesting portion starts halfway through the video where they show how large vehicles handle when there is a front tire blowout...

    - Mike
32  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Michelin Tires Video on: February 12, 2017, 11:33:15 am
Michelin put out a pretty good video entitled What Every RV Owner Should Know.  It's pretty long and cover just about everything regarding RVs and tires.

   - Mike
33  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Finally able to look our 2012 PC2400 Sprinter over on: February 12, 2017, 11:29:50 am
Could be that the outboard new tires were incorrectly mounted on the rims (not aligning the valve stem with a D-hole in the rim)

 - Mike
34  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: GPS on: February 11, 2017, 07:07:01 am
I do like the ProClip solution, but I couldn't find one on their website for my Rand McNally RVND7725LM unit.  I've sent them an email asking about it.  The Garmin friction/beanbag mount has some great reviews, so I may look at something similar for our unit. Currently using a cup holder mount and want to free that up for, well cups.  LOL

   - Mike
35  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: GPS on: February 10, 2017, 06:51:11 am
Always looking for a better mount.  Which do you use, John?

    - Mike
36  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: best rv park in elkhart when taking delivery of coach on: February 07, 2017, 05:36:36 pm
Toboggan run??  I'm in!  ( topic, nevermind).
37  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: West Coast PC Reunion 2017 on: February 05, 2017, 05:55:45 pm
Thanx Bill.  Unfortunately we are leaving a week before that on a trip to NM/AZ/CO/WY/ID/NV.  Will definitely try to catch it next time around. If we didn't already have reservations at Colter Bay we might rearrange our dates in order to make it.

  - Mike
38  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Really? on: February 05, 2017, 08:53:20 am
Our experience and understanding is the same as Holly/John's.  We were never under the impression that weekly or monthly pictures and updates would be provided, nor were they. Any questions we had were answered, but they were always over the phone.  Hope it all works out for you...

  - Mike
39  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Parts list? on: February 03, 2017, 05:54:28 pm
We carry both a small shovel and axe (both army surplus) and have never used them.  Don't carry a step ladder, never needed one.

  - Mike
40  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Motorhomeless on: February 02, 2017, 09:45:13 am
Judi and George:

Congrats on the new house!  Joni and I thank you for all of your help, especially during our 'early days and wish you nothing but the best.  Oh, and thanks for that tip on Allatoona long ago.....we loved it and will be returning.

  - Mike
41  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Parts list? on: February 02, 2017, 07:43:24 am
Great question.  Obviously, I think part of the answer depends on how one will use their RV.  We would carry more spare parts if we did more boondocking or remote camping, for instance.  While we haven't been doing this very long, relatively speaking, we haven't found the need for very many spare parts since 1) it's impossible to predict all possible issues we might might encounter and 2) there is usually a resource nearby (either parts or service) that can provide the solution.

That being said, as far as parts (non-tools or supplies) we do carry:
- spare fuses
- a small nut/bolt/screw assortment
- a small electrical connector assortment
- batteries
- assorted wire ties
- super glue and liquid tape
- Eternabond tape and heavy duty duct tape
- spare fresh water hose (flat, roll up type)
- spare water pressure regulator (some campgrounds have extreme pressures)

We have used each of the above at one time or other and they take up little room to store.  Even though the macerator discharge nozzle fits, I think 4, dump station inlet sizes including a garden hose extension, we have found that ours does not fit those available at a number of campgrounds.  In these cases we've used a large rock, or more often we use the heavy duty duct tape, which works well.  Apparently, the newer Sanicon Turbo nozzle fits 6 different sizes rather than 4, so this may no longer be an issue.

Lastly, we do carry a length of 3" sewer hose (with connector) as well as a spare Sanicon hose.  We had pinholes appear in our Sanicon hose, made emergency repairs with liquid tape and duct tape (which barely lasted until we received a new hose) and decided there isn't a downside to always having a spare hose.

 - Mike
42  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: All weather camping. on: February 02, 2017, 06:48:39 am
And how was it traveling on snowy roads?

     - Mike
43  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC wheel covers on: January 31, 2017, 04:56:50 am
Nice!   ThumbsUp. Another project for my list.
44  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Power sofa in 2100 on: January 13, 2017, 07:53:12 am

Not sure where in CA you live, but if you'd like to see our 2014 2552, let us know in a private message here.  You would be able to see the power sofa, fit and finishes, etc.  We are in the Napa area.

    - Mike
45  Main Forum / General Discussion / Stripped down PC on: January 12, 2017, 10:37:31 am
Was wondering lately if anyone has ever ordered a PC without gray/black/water tanks, water and macerator pumps, piping, toilet, shower, sinks, water heater, outdoor shower.  Imagine all the space (and money) saved if one uses their PC like an oversized and more luxurious tent.

   - Mike
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