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 on: Today at 08:56:00 pm 
Started by tswhitewater - Last post by tswhitewater
Thank you, Ill give them a try in the am.

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 on: Today at 08:01:59 pm 
Started by jam4travel - Last post by ragoodsp
Ron D. and others.....I ripped the carpet up completely ( took out the seats) and ordered new pre cut matching carpet from PC (I think it was $80.00).  There is no way you could salvage the old carpet that was stuck down.   I did not re-glue the new carpet because I saw no reason to do such.  The dog house kit went over the OEM insulation and utilizes super adhesive and I never saw any sagging etc.  The hood I actually cut myself out of Dynamat material and only covered the cut out areas of the hood.  I am sorry but it has been a few years and I have no record of the companies that I used but a Google search should ID such company's.  The floorboard area does have strategic pre determined  areas where the initial pads must be placed before the rest of the Dynamat material is  put down.  You must roll the material down very well, and cover every possible area.  The door panels come of very easily and one must take plenty of time to lay up the Dynamat material.  I am very pleased that LuvShack is enjoying my super 3100 coach, it is a super handling coach with the updates I did to it.  I utilized an app on my phone to determine the great reduction of decibels within the cab area.   best of luck

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 on: Today at 05:43:43 pm 
Started by tswhitewater - Last post by fandj
https://www.phoenixusarv.com/community/index.php?topic=2406.msg19298#msg19298

This post lists the codes I used on my 2016 E450 with 6 speed transmission.

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 on: Today at 04:50:53 pm 
Started by tswhitewater - Last post by tswhitewater
I have a 2018 E450 and SG2.  Ive loaded every Xcode Trans Fluid Temp (TFT) series I can find without success.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated !!!!

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 on: Today at 03:43:26 pm 
Started by Volkemon - Last post by rdalton
Great job!  Congrats! ThumbsUp ThumbsUp

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 on: Today at 02:43:58 pm 
Started by TzrNPeg - Last post by ron.dittmer
Keelhauler/John....Between you and me, I like what you had done over lower body paint.  Oops, I am on a public forum.  Smile

It's nice we have choices to decide what is best for us, our tastes, and our budgets.

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 on: Today at 02:26:55 pm 
Started by TzrNPeg - Last post by keelhauler
I guess it's all about the look you want.

We don't like the look of the busy looking full body paint. We don't even like the lower paint job.

I've owned Gel coat only motorhomes for 34 years. 11 yrs, 6 yrs and 8 yrs. PC uses a very good quality gelcoat.

None have faded or chalked and decals always looked good. But I apply a boat wax, 3M Marine Scotchgard Liquid Wax  1 lt ~$22, Quantity lasts 5 years applying twice a year.
No buffing required. Wash RV, apply like any car wax in sections, wipe off.

My PC is ALWAYS outdoors, 5 months in FL and 7 Months in Ohio.

Everyone always says how good it looks. The front piece above the front window, sometimes needs an extra application.

But it's a matter of personal taste, that's why cars come in 10 different colors.

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 on: Today at 12:37:25 pm 
Started by biglegmax - Last post by biglegmax
Just wondering if anyone has hung a single bike rack off the spare tire? I have removed the cover already, and probably will never use it.
Doug

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 on: Today at 08:04:10 am 
Started by jam4travel - Last post by ron.dittmer
Hi ragoodsp,

I like the concept of the Dynamat product and have a few curious questions.

When you installed the Dynamat to the floor, how did removing the carpet go for you?  Did it separate easily from the floor adhesive?  Does the Dynamat product have a peel-&-stick feature to adhere it to the floor?  Did you re-glue the carpet onto the Dynamat product, or did you finish the floor using another product like a full-covering rubber mat for example?  If reusing the PC carpet, I fear it won't fit nearly as well as it originally did given the product in-between now.

About the engine cover (dog house) portion.  I assume the Dynamat product is adhered to the inside "engine side" of the cover.  Is the product held on with fasteners or adhesive?  If adhesive, how well did the adhesive hold up to the extreme engine heat?  I am a bit concerned of that because I fear the product would come loose and fall onto the engine and exhaust, especially on a used PC where there is some grime on the original Ford insulation preventing ideal adhesion.  Does the Dynamat replace the Ford insulation, or is it adhered over it?

One more question.  You mentioned the Dynamat product included a piece for the hood.  I am confused about that.  Do you mean the main hood outside?  If so, what would be the benefit of insulating that?  I would appreciate your thoughts about that.

If available, I would like the pre-cut product for the two doors and engine cover.  I am not sure about the floor, and question the purpose for the hood outside.

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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:55:14 pm 
Started by jam4travel - Last post by TheLuvShack
I'm the current owner "ragoodsp's" 3100 so I don't know how noisy the PCs are when they come out of the factory. I do know that I enjoy a very quiet ride and feel no heat from the floor or engine compartment. Dynamat could be the answer to your noise issue.

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