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 on: May 16, 2016, 07:04:01 am 
Started by BarbRN - Last post by TomHanlon
Call Carol at the factory. She might be able to help you with the problem or get you a new one, generaly cheaper than you can get it.

 62 
 on: May 15, 2016, 09:21:03 pm 
Started by BarbRN - Last post by BarbRN
Ron, can't find a fuse like you suggest.  Too bad.  Now to find a replacement that will have the same hookups and size.

 63 
 on: May 14, 2016, 04:18:39 pm 
Started by ron-n-toni - Last post by TomHanlon
Sorry for stealing your tread.

 64 
 on: May 14, 2016, 08:02:43 am 
Started by ron-n-toni - Last post by ron-n-toni
Shocks, people, shocks. pulling hair out

 65 
 on: May 13, 2016, 06:46:50 am 
Started by ron-n-toni - Last post by Sarz272000
Michigan roads are not made for the volume they see. You cannot turn left at a light because there is not enough lane capacity for the cars that turn left resulting in cars backing up from the left turn lane into the through lanes. It is design to reduce road expansion for turn lanes and keep traffic moving. I feel your pain because I used to pull a 30' TT and hated left turns.

Road fixes are coming as they raised our fees and taxes recently. By the way, right after raising them they said we won't see the road money for a couple of years, go figure. When they raised taxes and fees they said they had no money. Now with Detroit school and Flint water crisis money alleys are flowing from Lansing. I am looking forward to just visiting Michigan after retirement and finding my happy place elsewhere, hopefully in a PC!

Ron

 66 
 on: May 12, 2016, 04:28:04 pm 
Started by catsaplenty - Last post by catsaplenty
More thanks to all for your input.  And yes I use the term "wood" loosely. I think it may be a bit better suited to this task than real wood would have been.   The responses make me feel like I can splurge on having the floors as long as I haven't used up my weight allowance with all the other options!  Thinking this will feel grander as I make the RV my only home. 

 67 
 on: May 12, 2016, 12:38:14 pm 
Started by catsaplenty - Last post by donc13
We would agree with the others on ease of maintenance and durability of the "wood"  floors.   We have them (hickory)  in our 2015 2551 and have been in lots of places with sand,  dirt, pea gravel and plain old grit and they show zero wear and easy to clean.

I believe they are "engineered" wood not solid wood but we love them.


 68 
 on: May 12, 2016, 08:50:25 am 
Started by ron-n-toni - Last post by Polish Prince
Welcome to our Michigan roads, we can't get the legislature to agree that as a "tourist" state, we and the tourists, should be able to drive on our roads without loosing our teeth.  Sorry for the ride and I can't give any reason, good or bad, about the left turn issue.  We live way out in the country so fortunately we don't have to deal with that, it's only a city thing.  Hope you enjoyed your time in Michigan.

 69 
 on: May 12, 2016, 08:10:17 am 
Started by ron-n-toni - Last post by TomHanlon
Polish Prince,

    Two days ago I drove from Frankenmuth, Mi to Zeeland, Mi. The only way you are likly to get a smooth ride on your Michigan roads is to upgrade to a hovercraft.  rolling on the floor

    Boy, do I hate your Michigan left turns. For those of you that don't know what that is, instead of making a left turn at a traffic light, you have to make a right turn, drive about a half mile to a u-turn and come back to the traffic light. That way Michigan gets twice as much traffic going through a intersection/traffic light. Plus instead of turning in front of stopped traffic, you get to make a u-turn in front of oncoming moving traffic, sometimes at high speed. Lots of fun when driving a PC while towing a jeep. Maybe someone can explain why this is better than just turning left at a traffic light. They do allow left turns , just not at some traffic ligths.
pulling hair out pulling hair out pulling hair out


 70 
 on: May 11, 2016, 07:16:33 pm 
Started by catsaplenty - Last post by Doneworking
We now have almost two years wear and tear on our wood floors.  Since we most often boondock, we are constantly tracking in dirt, mud, sand, gravel, etc.  We try to be careful and we wipe our dog's feet before she comes in if it is muddy or wet outside.  Also, we love to use a couple of cheap throw rugs we bought at Target.  We shake them out on trips and run them through the washing machine when we get back home.  We generally take a very powerful small hand held vacuum we have at home with us and carry it in the toad.   

So far, the floors show nothing of any consequence.  We are perfectly happy with them and find them easy to clean and very practical. 

Paul

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