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 on: Today at 01:58:13 pm 
Started by Sparky - Last post by TomHanlon
Tom...I believe Sparky and others are referencing the "marker" lights, those are the 5 smaller lights that run across the top of the front and rear caps, their is a tenancy of branches, etc striking and knowing them off the coach.   You are correct in stating the LED taillights/blinkers/stop lights  (3" in diameter) should out live us all!!!   Have a great weekend and be careful.  Ron G.


I am talking about the top lights like the ones in Rons pictures. Both my top and lower lights are LEDs. I don't see how the rear lights can be knocked off. The front overhead clearnce lights maybe, but not the rear ones.

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 on: Today at 12:51:58 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by ron.dittmer
The only issue I have is when I get the monitor just right the next time I get up to go to the back of the coach it never fails I "whack" my head very hard on the screen!  That is life!
Oh Yes!  That was my problem which was my primary reason to move the monitor to the mirror position.  No more head whacks since.  The change works out real well.  Also, in the original position I could not pivot the screen to the driver adequately.  I still can't get it exactly perpendicular, but so much better than before.  I also have a less obstructed view out the windshield because the 5" monitor is smaller than the original mirror.

In this picture, you can see where the monitor was originally mounted into the headliner.  Note the hole and flattened material.  I'd like to make a shallow sunglasses tray up there but have yet to get to it using some old kitchen cabinet drawer material left from my reconfiguration project HERE.  I need to be sure I don't hit my head on that either.  I was even thinking of exploring a junk yard to find a headliner sunglasses tray from another vehicle.

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 on: Today at 12:39:55 pm 
Started by Sparky - Last post by ron.dittmer
Given that Sparky stated "Red" marker lights with black round rings, the only ones I have on our 2350 are recessed into the rear wall.  The only way the fixtures/lenses could break is if they get pierced by something while backing up.  I also wonder if he is describing his low rear tail lights.  Hopefully Sparky will reply to clarify exactly which lights have stopped working.  Whether high up or down low, the lights are LEDs that don't burn out.  It sounds like a wiring problem to the lights.  Maybe water got inside them and they failed internally which can be easily tested.

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 on: Today at 12:33:38 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by ragoodsp
The only issue I have is when I get the monitor just right the next time I get up to go to the back of the coach it never fails I "whack" my head very hard on the screen!  That is life!

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 on: Today at 12:29:34 pm 
Started by Sparky - Last post by ragoodsp
Tom...I believe Sparky and others are referencing the "marker" lights, those are the 5 smaller lights that run across the top of the front and rear caps, their is a tenancy of branches, etc striking and knowing them off the coach.   You are correct in stating the LED taillights/blinkers/stop lights  (3" in diameter) should out live us all!!!   Have a great weekend and be careful.  Ron G.

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 on: May 28, 2015, 08:39:49 pm 
Started by randallandchris - Last post by donc13
Recently joined Phoenix Cruiser (closed group) for more discussion but not much going on, less than 40 members contrast to a Roadtrek page with over 4k.  I'm sure with FB's easy to use app on smart phones folks would be inclined to post more pics and the fun stuff they're doing with their PC's so everyone please join and try it out.

While I have joined that group...I rarely use facebook...way to commercial for ne....90% junk posted on facebook.   In my opinion.


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 on: May 28, 2015, 07:52:51 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by GoPhoenix
Sounds like a great idea, but it wouldn't work for us.  We tow "her" car, leaving "my" large sedan at home.  She like to keep track of "her" car and looks at the monitor often.   shrug

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 on: May 28, 2015, 03:54:25 pm 
Started by randallandchris - Last post by Janey
I'm the odd one. I love Facebook.  I keep up to date on family and friends activities.

I join everything I can related to Phoenix cruisers and TV travel.

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 on: May 28, 2015, 03:38:15 pm 
Started by randallandchris - Last post by BGolden
I must admit that I am on Facebook due to the many Veterans Groups and RV Groups.  I'm a big fan of Living The RV Dream podcasts and FB page. I also belong to 5  Navy veterans groups, including the Tonkin Gulf Yacht club.

I joined the Phoenix Cruiser FB page because of the many great friends that I have made at the Rallies. Although the activity on the page itself is slow, new people are starting to share pictures and talk about their trips.  It's a good place to touch base with people on the other side of the country.
Sadly, it lacks the participation that you see here in the forum. 
   If you are on FB and decide to check it out you will find it to be geared toward the Phoenix/Intervec Travel Group.  The folks that sponsor the annual Phoenix Cruiser Rally.  And the next Rally is in Nashville Tennessee in September.

Oh yeah, Phoenix RV USA is also on FB as well. You can always post their as well.

Bill Golden.  Grin   Grin

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 on: May 28, 2015, 01:13:00 pm 
Started by randallandchris - Last post by Bob Mahon
I only have a FB account to keep up with the Cold War Submarine Veterans and Diesel Boats Forever groups. No interest in anything else because they generally lead to unwanted and bothersome junk.  pulling hair out

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