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31  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Rust In The Shower on: August 09, 2014, 01:52:05 pm
We were getting some rust stains from the existing screws in the shower of our 2551.  The DW decided it was time to replace the painted steel screws along the bottom edge of the shower with stainless steel screws.  It was an easy and rather inexpensive project that only took about a half hour to complete.  It required 10 #6 x 3/4" and 2 #6 x 1 1/2" Philips Pan Head screws and a little dap of caulk behind each screw head.

Barry
32  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2009 owners manaul on: August 08, 2014, 07:29:42 am
I would call the factory and have them send you the latest manual.  You can then go through it and see if anything major has changed.  Much of the equipment on the PC has its own manufacturer manual.

Also go under the Links and Contacts section of this forum and you will find a post on Product Contacts with all the TNs and websites were you can download the manuals right from the manufacturer.

We will be in Stuart FL the first two weeks of January at the COE park.  You are welcome to come over and  look through our manuals and copy what you need.

Here is the link to the Product Contact Post:

http://www.phoenixusarv.com/community/index.php/topic,834.0.html


Sue
33  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Power step on: August 06, 2014, 04:25:15 pm
Bruce

I spoke with a customer service rep for Break Free CLP ( Safariland) this afternoon and they have no special precautions for skin contact.  I would avoid any prolong contact with the skin and follow the on label directions for contact with the eyes.

Barry
34  Main Forum / Photos / Re: 2015 2100 special, home in Florida on: August 06, 2014, 03:34:32 am
WOW!!!! Very nice, now the fun begins.  Have a great time organizing everything.

35  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Power step on: August 05, 2014, 08:14:44 pm
Bruce

I personally take no extraordinary precautions when I use CLP.  I watch the wind so it doesn't blow the spray back in my face, wipe off any extra with a rag  and wash my hands after use but I would do the same thing if using WD40.

The warning on the CLP can appears to be the standard warning for a product containing petroleum distillates with the exception of the skin contact warning.  Most labels refer to "prolong skin contact" not just skin contact and usually the 15 minute flushing refers to the eyes only.  I tried to call CLP  customer service at 1-800-347-1200 (Safariland) but they were already closed.  I will call tomorrow and post the results.

Barry
36  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Pin hole in the Sani Con hose on: August 04, 2014, 06:57:21 pm
Jim

Fusion tape is generally a self bonding, self fusing silicone/silicone rubber tape.  It is non sticky to the touch and needs no tools/heat to make it work.
37  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Cleaning the screen door on: August 02, 2014, 08:37:34 pm
Carol,

I find the fantastic fan screens easy to remove.  I then wash them with water.  When we first got the PC I was afraid to pull on the screen so I called Fantastic Fans and he told me just pull on them.  I told him I might break it.  He said if you break it I'll send you a free one.  Well, I never have broken one.

Sue
38  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Cleaning the screen door on: August 02, 2014, 01:54:33 pm
I found an easy way to clean the screen door.  I took a lint roller and just gently ran it up and down the screen.  Took me a few sheets to get it cleaned but I was really amazed at the amount of dirt that came off.  It really made a noticeable difference in the look of the screen and I did not have any fear that I was scratching or breaking the screen.

Sue
39  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: July 30, 2014, 09:07:49 pm
Ann

Looks great, now the fun begins!!!!!!!!!!

Barry and Sue
40  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Bike Racks on: July 30, 2014, 09:33:16 am
Kyle

The bikes travel between the PC and the tow vehicle.  When we are ready for a side trip we move the bikes to the car.

Barry
41  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Bike Racks on: July 29, 2014, 10:22:37 pm
Kyle

This is how we carry and store our bikes

      

Barry
42  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: July 22, 2014, 08:27:52 pm
Ann

We drive through Atlanta a couple of times a year.  Most of this goes without saying but I'll say it anyway.  The traffic is never light but sometimes it is heavier than others. If you can, plan your trip to avoid weekdays during rush hour.  We always take the I285 West by-pass except early Sunday mornings.  

Heading south out of Atlanta we always hit very slow traffic on I75 at the Joneboro exits between mile markers 231 to 221.   Heading north if you stay on I75 and go through Atlanta you will find yourself in the 4th or 5th lane from the right when I285 merges in north of Atanta.  This is not a real problem but you will need to be prepared to start moving to the right.

Coming from the north or the south as you approach Macon we always take the Macon by-pass (I475).  


Barry

43  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Ford 350/450 shifting advice on: July 16, 2014, 08:02:32 pm
Paul

We took our 2008 2350 through the Rockies in 2010.  We were towing a 2500 pound car and were able to top Vale Pass at around 55 MPH.  I never use the tow/haul mode.

One thing I learned about driving in the mountains is to keep your speed up. Don't wait for a downshift before applying additional throttle.   Once you lose your speed it is hard to get it back.

Perhaps a more experienced mountain driver can provide addition information on how to approach some long grades.

Barry
44  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bio-diesel on: July 16, 2014, 10:22:49 am
Here are two links that appear to mandate the use of Biodiesel in Minnesota.  Does not appear to be optional.  Perhaps someone from Minnesota can fill us in.

http://www.mda.state.mn.us/renewable/biodiesel.aspx

https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=239.77

Barry
45  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2350 Outside Storage on: July 13, 2014, 07:30:39 pm
We normally tow a car and it is a good place to put bulky items like lawn chairs and grills.  When we don't take the car and need extra space we use a hitch carrier.

Here is a link that shows several different types of carries based upon your needs.  We use a flat cargo carrier.

http://www.etrailer.com/landing.aspx?nav=Cargo_Carriers&fTab=cargo


Barry
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