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1021  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Entertainment Center Set Up on: December 15, 2010, 03:37:52 pm
May I ask why you want to know?
1022  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Made A Decision Replacing The Barrel Chair on: December 13, 2010, 05:56:14 pm
Ron, the rubber feet on the antenna pop off and this new part fits underneath the base, the new screws pop in the old holes. Takes about 5 minutes. It might even stop you rattling.
1023  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Made A Decision Replacing The Barrel Chair on: December 13, 2010, 04:42:43 pm
Yea! Just in time for Christmas. Be use to take pictures and post them for us that might want to follow your lead once again.
1024  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Hello from snowy cold MN on: December 13, 2010, 04:40:52 pm
Hi Bob and welcome.
    A class B is a van that is converted to a camper. A few years ago the folks doing the conversion started removing the body of the van from the drivers seat back and replacing it with a wider body.
    A class C is built on a cut-away van chassis. The cab part with the engine, frame and everything that is needed to drive it comes from the truck manufacture. If you go to a RV factory you will see them drive this into the plant, where they will build the floor, walls and roof and place it on the chassis. They build a section that goes over the cab, where they normaly place a bed or a TV. For many years Trail Wagons made an RV called a Chinook on a cut-away van but with the over the cab section lined up with the windshield to improve the air flow. Chinook (they called it a class C) was a high end RV and the cost got way out of hand for most people. Along comes a trailer manufacture named Trail lite and they start copying the design and floor plan of the Chinook and making a lighter and less expensive motorhome. In order to make theirs different, they called it a class B+. For many years after this the argument about what is a class B and what is a class C went on and no one knew where to place this class B+. Was it a class B, not really. Was it a class C, some say a Class C is built on a cut-away with the overhead bed, some even said that it had to have dual rear wheels. So this new thing did not fit either class, lets just leave it as a class B+. It think it is really a class C minus.. Minus the overhead bed.  rolling on the floor
1025  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2552 vs. 2350 Roadability on: December 10, 2010, 07:10:30 am
Bob, thanks for the report on ride and fuel milage. I had my 2350 built on the F450 in order to get the larger/heavier duty suspenion. The one thing I have done is to put HD bilstein shocks on it. Boy did that really help the handling, but the ride is just a little harsher on the bumps.

I just figured out this morning that in my old class A Winnie with the 70 gal tank at 6.5 mpg I could go 455 miles. The PC with the 55 gal tank at 9 mpg will go 495 miles, or 40 miles farther between fill ups. I normally try to fill up when the tank get between 1/4 and 1/2. Several years ago I was crossing northern Montana and was not watching the fuel and almost run out of gas before I could find a gas station. Now I am more careful as being older and wiser I don't think I can push one of these things very far.  rolling on the floor
1026  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New PC 2551/2552 on: December 09, 2010, 04:38:48 pm
WOW Bob, looks like you did it right this time around.  ThumbsUp Hope you have many miles of smiles. Grin
1027  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New PC 2551/2552 on: December 08, 2010, 04:44:18 pm
Ron, I would bet that the "S" stands for slideout like on the 2551/2551S. From looking at the picture one can clearly see that it is on a Ford. Grin What I want to know is what got smaller to allow the door to be moved toward the rear, allowing for the chair.

I hope Aimee puts the picture on the home page.
1028  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Heated holding tank question on: December 07, 2010, 06:57:36 pm
The values (both gray and black) are before the 3" pipe that runs from the tanks toward the sani-con and the 3" clean out. On ours you can see a cap on the back end under the bumper. If you remove this cap, this is where you can hook up the normal style stinky slinky hose and dump. You would open the black value first, then the after it has dumped, open the gray and allow it to dump and wash out your hose. This way you do not need to use the sani-con pump. Hope this helps.
1029  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: 2551 Twin bed mods on: December 07, 2010, 03:36:58 pm
Gradygal, we order our 2350 with the ladder but told them to keep the roof rack. I hated climing over them and they do add more holes to the roof. Like you I don't always have a ladder with me and it seems I need to get on the roof while out on a trip. I am always checking something up there.

Ron, you might want to get the winegard wingman to improve your TV. I added it to my last motorhome and it really did help put in the digital signals. Very easy to install and does not add to your roof height.
Here is the link to Camping World's sale:
1030  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Heated holding tank question on: December 07, 2010, 03:23:18 pm
The heated holding tanks are the black and the gray water tanks. I believe they are 12V so you can use them while going down the road. They would not be of much help if you could only use them when plugged in at night. You might want to call the factory to confirm this as I have been wrong before. The fresh water is kept from freezing by having heat in the living area.
1031  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New PC 2551/2552 on: December 07, 2010, 03:19:31 pm
Congrats to you also Gradygal.  Celebrate Celebrate Celebrate

Lets us know when you get it. The difference between men and boys or Women and girls is the price of their toys.
1032  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New PC 2551/2552 on: December 07, 2010, 08:05:53 am
Congrats on your new motorhome.  Celebrate Celebrate Celebrate

I would like more details about your new motorhome also. Is this the one, the 2551 with the two barrel chairs? Did they replace the sofa? Do you have a slide out? What color did you get? Please fill us in on all the details.

While you are at it, how about filling in your profile.  Smile
1033  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Made A Decision Replacing The Barrel Chair on: November 28, 2010, 12:50:13 pm
Ron, any update on the status of your new chair? I am hoping to see some of your great pictures of the change over to the new chair.  Wink
1034  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Happy Thanksgiving on: November 24, 2010, 07:51:16 pm
Thank you and may you also have a great Thanksgiving. Eat until it hurts, then take a nice nap.  GirlsNightOut
1035  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Savannah, Ga on: November 18, 2010, 01:17:23 pm
Judi, thanks for the parking tip, I will do that the first day. If you had not taken the trolly tour, was there any place to park an RV? I may need this for any additional days we stay there.

    We have been to Myrtle beach and north Myrtle beach many many times over the years. We like staying in North Myrtle beach at the Travel Park. It is close to a lot of the shopping and resturants and is on the ocean.  It does seem that when we stay in the north, we are running down to the south a lot and when we stay in the south, we are running up to the north end a lot. Since we think the Travel Park is the nices campground, we generaly stay there. We have not been to the Outer Banks in many years, so i can't be of much help there.
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