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Old 08-28-2013, 09:18 AM   #1
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Projects on my 1997 American Dream

So... this thread has grown quit large.
Even I cannot find stuff in it that I want to look at.
This is a start of an index organized by topic
NOTE subject page numbers are based on the forum default number of posts per page (which is 14)

Forum How To

How to add photos to a post
......Page Eighty-Five

A
…..Air Filter Restriction Gauge
……….Page Thirty-Four
…..Air Pressure, Lower Pressure Warning
……….Page Forty and Eighty-Three
…..Air Tank Drains
……….Page Forty-One
…..A/C
……….Condenser Cooling Fan, Electric
………..….Page Fifteen, Sixteen
……….Compressor Drive Belt
…………….Page Fifteen
........Rear Ceiling A/C grill spacer
............Page Eighty
…..Awnings
……….Bedroom Window
……………Page Thirteen
……….Electric
……………Closing, Tractioner
………………..Page Twenty-Two
……………Install
……………….Page Eleven, Twelve
……………Poor Camping World Install, almost fell off
………………..Page Forty-Seven, Fifty-Five
……….Manual
…………..Pulling away from Motor Home
………….....…Page Two
……………Ripped off while traveling
………………..Page Ten

B
…..Basement, Compartment Doors
……….Page Five
…..Basement, Storage
……….Page Four, Five
….Black Water discharge
……….Page One
....Blinds
........Page Sixty-Nine
…..Bumpers, Thinking about polishing them
……….Page Three, Page Four

C
…..Carpet, Replacement
……….Page Five, Seven
.….Coolant, Purge Tank
……….Page One
…..Couch / Bed
……….Page Thirty-Four
…..Cruise Control, wiring mess

D
…..Door, Entry, Air Spring
……….Page Two
…..Dragster
……….Blower Drive Belt
……………Page Fifteen
……….Index Racing
……………Page Fifty
………..Trailer
……………Page Forty-Two

E
…..Engine
……….Fuel Shut Off Solenoid
……………Page Ten, Thirty-Five
……….Fuel Filter
……………Page Fifty-Seven, Fifty-Eight, Fifty-Nine, Sixty
……….Insulation in the Dog House
……………Page Thirty-Five
……….Oil
……………Change
………………..Page Forty-Six, Forty-Eight, Fifty-Three
……………Pressure
………..………Page Ten, Eleven, Thirteen
…………..Leak
………..……..Page Thirty-Five
……….Preheat Solenoid
………..….Page Seven
……….Size, HP
…………….Page Eight
………..Starter Solenoid
…………….Page Twenty-Seven, Twenty-Eight
…..Exhaust
……….Page Fourteen, Seventeen, Nineteen, Twenty, Twenty-one

F
…..Fan, Ceiling in bedroom
……….Page Fourteen
…..Fan, Radiator Hydraulic Motor, Leak, O-Rings
……….Page Seven, Fifty-One, Fifty-Three, Fifty-Nine
....Floor Air Diffuser
........Page Sixty-Nine
…..Floor Plan, 39 AF
……….Page Eight
…..Fog Lights
……….Page Thirteen
.....Fog Lights, the second attempt
.......Page One Hundred and seven
.....Furnaces
........Pages Eighty-Three, Eighty-Four

G
…..Gasser Build
……….Page Sixty-One
…..Generator Original, Removable, Oil Leak
……….Page Six, Seven, Eight, Eighteen, Nineteen
…..Generator Salvage Yard
………..Page Nineteen, Install Page Twenty
…..Gillig
……….Name Plate
……………Page Twenty-Seven

H
…..Height, Ride
……….Page One
…..Hood, Paint
……….Page Seven
…..Horns
……….Page Twenty-one
…..Hot Water Heater
……….See Water Heater
....Hub Caps
........Page Seventy
…..Hydraulic Radiator Fan (see Fan Radiator)
…..Hydraulic Pump (Power Steering, Leveling Jacks, Radiator Fan Motor)
……….Page Fifty-Two, Fifty-Three, Fifty-Four, Fifty-Six

I
…..Index, For the thread
……….Page One
…..Inner Door on Entrance door, Glass panel
……….Page Thirty-Eight
…...Insurance
……….Page Five

J

K

L
….Length of my rig
………Page Three, Twenty-Two
Leveling, Motor Home
……….Page Sixteen, Seventeen
Leveling Jack Alarm
……….Page Twenty-Four
Leveling jacks (Power Gear) manuals and technical sheets
........Page Eighty-Five
....License Plate Bracket and Light
........Page Ninety-Seven
….Lights
……….Awning roller
……………LED
………………..Page Seven, Twenty-Three, Thirty-Four (install)
……………Thin Light
………….…….Page Two
……….Bathroom
……………Page Seven
……….Bedroom
……………Page Seven
….……Brake Lights
……………LED
………………..Page Twenty-Two
……….Ceiling, Rope
……………Page Seven
……….Engine Bay Rear
……………Page Thirty-Five
……….Entry Stairs
…………...Page Six
....LED Light replacement on the trailer
.......Page Nine-Seven
.....Lock, Hasp repair on trailer
........Page Seventy

M

N

O
…..Oil Change (see Engine Oil Change)

P
…..Plumbing
……….Blade Valves, Black and Gray Water
……………Page Sixteen
………Check Valve
……………Page Twelve, Thirteen
………Kitchen Faucet
…………..Page Thirteen
……...Outside Faucet
……………Page Twelve
........Water Leak, Ice Maker
...........Page Sixty-nine
.....Powder Coat
........Page Eigthy-One
.....Power Gear Leveling System
........See Leveling System
…..Power Transfer Switch
……….Page Thirty-Nine, Forty-Two
…..Puck Tube
……….Page Fifty-Six

Q

R
…..Ramps
……….Page Forty-Nine, Fifty-Seven (Actual Build)
…..Refrigerator
........Inside Refrigerator cooling fans
............Page Seventy-Nine
........Removal and installation of new cooling unit for the refrigerator
............Page Seventy-seven
……….Burner
……………Page Thirteen, Fourteen, Sixteen
........Refrigerator warm Freezer cold Temp fix by rapping on fins in refrigerator
...........Page Seventy Four and Seventy Five
……….Temperature setting
……………Page Forty-Four
……….Video Instruction
……………Page Thirteen
....Register, Floor Heat
...........Page Sixty-Nine
…..Rims, Cleaning
……….Page Thirty-Six
…..Rims, Center Caps
……….Page Thirty-Eight
…..Roof, Sealing
……….Page Five

S
…..Shocks, Front
……….Page Fourteen
.....Shore power through welding outlet (three prong)
.......Page Ninety-Seven
…..Steps, Entry
……….Page Thirty-Two, Fifty, Fifty-Two
.....Suction Cups on TMS, and Navigation units
........Page Ninety-three
.....Surge protection and voltage monitor
........Page Six-Seven

T
…..Tires
……….Sixty-Two and Tires Samson GL283A Big Problems
........Sixty-Four new tire purchase
…..Tire Monitoring System
……….Page Three, Thirty-Six, Thirty-Seven
…..Trailer
……….Brake Light Controller
……………Page Fifteen, Sixteen
………..Brake, Fix Camping World Repair
……………Page Eleven, Twelve
………..Hitch Reinforcement on the Jeep
………..…Page Three
………..Toad
…………..Page Eleven
………..Trailers on Motor Home
……………Closed Red Trailer
……………….Page Twenty-Three
………..…Open with Jeep
……………….Page Two
……………Dragster Trailer
………………..Page Forty-Nine
…..Trips
……….Epping NH
……………Page Forty-Nime
……….Jellystone RV Park
……………Page Twenty-Four
……….Richmond Hill KOA
…………….Page Twenty-Seven
……….Palmetto Shores RV Resort
…………….Page Twenty-Four
……….Pine Island KOA
…………….Page Twenty-Five
……….Orange Blossom KOA
……………..Page Twenty-Six
……….Shady Acres RV Resort (warning)
…………….Page Twenty-Six
……….Savannah KOA
……………Page Ten
……....Florida
……………Page Twenty-Tree
…..TV Antenna
……….Page Five, Six
…..TV Conversion by stkt , one I will do myself
……….Page Thirty-Four

U

V
…..Vacuum, Central
……….Page Fifteen
…..Valance, Removal
……….Page Five, Page Sixty-Nine
.....Voltage monitor and Surge protection
........Page Six-Seven

W
…..Washing in the COLD
……….Page Twenty-Eight, Thirty-Seven
…..Water
………General
……..…….Page Twelve
……….Water Heater
……………Page Forty-One, Forty-Three
.....Weather Pack Connectors
........Page Fifty-Two
…..Winterizing
……….Page Twenty-Eight, Twenty-Nine
…..Wiring, Motor Home, 110
……….Dangerous
……………Page Thirty-Five, Thirty-Six
……….Shore Power, Surge Protector
……………Page Thirty-Six. Forty-Two
…..Wiring, Trailer Pigtail, Wiring Harness
……….Page One
…..Wiring, Weather Pack Connectors
……….Page Fifty-One, Fifty-Two (how to use)
…..Window Driver Side (regulator)
……….Page Thirty-Two, Thirty-Three
…..Window Fogging
………..SunCoast Designers Visit and review of work Preformed
…………….Page Twenty-Four, Twenty-Five, Twenty-Six
……….Sun Coast Designers, Inc.
……………Page Fifteen
……….Video On SunCoast Designs
………..….Page Four

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I do not know if this is appropriate for this forum but thought I would start a tread on small projects I attempt on this new to me American Dream.

I purchased this MH for the purpose of towing a Dragster to and from the track and having a place to stay (not have to live in a Motel while at a track)

I had a 16,000 pound hitch installed (this is a Gillig chassis and I consulted with them first as to if the chassis could withstand the stresses of towing a 10,000 trailer. The answer was an overwhelming yes)

The previous owner had made an attempt at wiring to pull a dingy

This was the Previous Owners attempt at installing a wiring harness for a trailer. It is a little complicated as the Bus has European style tail lights (yellow turn signals with separate red stop lights). There really is no excuse for this mess however.




This is the pile of but connectors, twist connections that were removed




And this is how it should look, a junction box with the conversion module. All connections are soldered and heat shirked. I also added a 12 volt supply source for the trailer, Backup light circuit, and electric brakes




Projects in the future include flat screen TVs, replacing all the accent lights and there are bulbs burn out in the rope lights.

Anyone know how the curtain valances are bolted on?
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Yes I've seen a lot of people should not attempt to play around with wiring
You sure made a nice job cleaning that mess up. Cool
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I made my first black water discharge today.

Learned a couple of things. I talked with the owner Don of Caledonia RV. He was very helpful. I sat an read the instructions in the user manual for the coach.

Made a call to Monroe County Pure Waters. I found out that as a resident of Monroe county that I could get a permit for dumping at the sewage treatment plant for free and that I can also dump for free.

You might want to check with your local Treatment plants to see if your county has the same policy.

Went over and found I can come anytime they are open, 8 - 5 weekdays.

There is no check in, dump is a concert pad. A hose is provided with non potable water for flushing the tanks.

Before going I followed the instructions and top the tanks to 3/4 with water.

Everything went as it should dumped black first and flushed with gray and then used the provide hose to wash and flush all surfaces.

Only change I need to make is more sewage hose for the RV. I bought a expandable 10 foot hose and it probably would expand that far but being new it retracts to 5 feet by itself. I believe they make junctions and I will get one and another length of hose and I should be good.

I had to get very close to the dump with the short hose I had.

Long note on a topic that I am sure is routine for all you guys.
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I had noticed that the MH had a list to it when sitting still.

I drove it around today and then took it to a parking lot.

I found a level spot and measured the wheel well lip heights (engine running).

Left Front was 42 1/2 Right Front was 44
Left Rear was 43 1/2 Right Rear was 44

I sat and read the chassis manual on adjusting ride height and it did not fit my MH as they only have one height sensor on the front axle where I have two.

I got the measurements to

Left Front was 43 1/2 Right Front was 43 1/2
Left Rear was 44 Right Front was 44

Comments,
1) I did not change either the length of the rod that comes off the sensor or the angle of the senor arms. I only adjusted the position that the sensor arm was attached to the linkage rod from the bracket on the axle to the sensor arm.

2) I did not have to make any changes to the rear , changing the front brought the rear into level.

3) The length between the axle bracket and the senor arm on the two front senors is now different by 1 inch in the front. The top of the linkage on the left side in now even with the clamp on the sensor arm.

4) I carefully watched the air bags while making these adjustments and they "Look" to be the same on both sides (one does not appear to be blown up more than the other one).

5) To make sure that settings and measurements were creating the differences I wanted what I did was to turn on the hydrologic leveling system between each adjustment. This deflated the bags completely. I then turned it back off which re inflated the bags.

6) I have placed the Gillig Height adjustment instructions in a PDF file below.

7) I have brand new air bags all the way around the MH. They are all GoodYears. The fronts were purchased from one vendor and the rear from another.

8)The Gillig manual says "Proper ride height is the distance between the center line of the axle beam and the bottom of the frame rail. The ride height for your Neway (I have a Neway AD200 rear axle and a Neway ARS 112 Front Axle) suspension is 7.5""

9) I now notice when driving on a crowned road the MH is now tilted with the road crown when it used to be level even though the road had a crown to it. I think it drives and handles better also.

a) This raises many questions for me.
1) what is the center line on the front axle? The front is a solid drop axle, do I take the center line from the top of the spindle to the bottom of the dropped section or do I take the center line from the center of the dropped section.

2 ) Center line of the rear axle is the center of the punkin?

3) What point on the frame to I measure to?

i sure I left some stuff out.

Comments from the peanut gallery please (if you are going to comment please rear the complete post first).

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Great work on the wiring BTW. Re. dump hose, I am a fan of 10 ft sections that can be joined together as needed and I keep 4 and have used them. Nice to pull into a site and park where you want, not where you reach.
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Glenn, excellent work all around. I'm a real geek about keeping wiring clean. You did a nice job with that.
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I had noticed that the MH had a list to it when sitting still.

I drove it around today and then took it to a parking lot.

I found a level spot and measured the wheel well lip heights (engine running).

Left Front was 42 1/2 Right Front was 44
Left Rear was 43 1/2 Right Rear was 44

I sat and read the chassis manual on adjusting ride height and it did not fit my MH as they only have one height sensor on the front axle where I have two.

I got the measurements to

Left Front was 43 1/2 Right Front was 43 1/2
Left Rear was 44 Right Front was 44

Comments,
1) I did not change either the length of the rod that comes off the sensor or the angle of the senor arms. I only adjusted the position that the sensor arm was attached to the linkage rod from the bracket on the axle to the sensor arm.

2) I did not have to make any changes to the rear , changing the front brought the rear into level.

3) The length between the axle bracket and the senor arm on the two front senors is now different by 1 inch in the front. The top of the linkage on the left side in now even with the clamp on the sensor arm.

4) I carefully watched the air bags while making these adjustments and they "Look" to be the same on both sides (one does not appear to be blown up more than the other one).

5) To make sure that settings and measurements were creating the differences I wanted what I did was to turn on the hydrologic leveling system between each adjustment. This deflated the bags completely. I then turned it back off which re inflated the bags.

6) I have placed the Gillig Height adjustment instructions in a PDF file below.

7) I have brand new air bags all the way around the MH. They are all GoodYears. The fronts were purchased from one vendor and the rear from another.

8)The Gillig manual says "Proper ride height is the distance between the center line of the axle beam and the bottom of the frame rail. The ride height for your Neway (I have a Neway AD200 rear axle and a Neway ARS 112 Front Axle) suspension is 7.5""

9) I now notice when driving on a crowned road the MH is now tilted with the road crown when it used to be level even though the road had a crown to it. I think it drives and handles better also.

a) This raises many questions for me.
1) what is the center line on the front axle? The front is a solid drop axle, do I take the center line from the top of the spindle to the bottom of the dropped section or do I take the center line from the center of the dropped section.

2 ) Center line of the rear axle is the center of the punkin?

3) What point on the frame to I measure to?

i sure I left some stuff out.

Comments from the peanut gallery please (if you are going to comment please rear the complete post first).

Thanks
The way I read the PDF is this adjustment is for the rear axle ,But to answer your question the centerline of the axle is dead center of the axle to the bottom of the frame rail.A picture is worth a thousand words so here is one for my peterbilte it will show you where to measure from and to where your measurement is different tho.
http://supermiller.com/pdf/fsb1496.pdf

Post the rest of the Gillag chassis airbag pages and maby the front adjustment is further on in the pages.
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The way I read the PDF is this adjustment is for the rear axle ,But to answer your question the centerline of the axle is dead center of the axle to the bottom of the frame rail.A picture is worth a thousand words so here is one for my peterbilte it will show you where to measure from and to where your measurement is different tho.
http://supermiller.com/pdf/fsb1496.pdf

Post the rest of the Gillag chassis airbag pages and maby the front adjustment is further on in the pages.

Received this from Gillig

"Glenn, not sure why the motor home has two leveling valves for the front suspension. We only installed one here at our factory. Maybe has something to do with hydraulic leveling system when vehicle is parked. The attachment you sent covers the rear suspension adjustment and the front is measured from the bottom of the frame rail to the top of the axle pad and that measurement should be 11 1/2 inches. The center line for the rear axle is the "Weld Bead" you will find on the axle housing between the top and bottom halves of the square tubes. You always measure from the bottom of the frame rail. Hope this helps you out. "



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Great work on the wiring BTW. Re. dump hose, I am a fan of 10 ft sections that can be joined together as needed and I keep 4 and have used them. Nice to pull into a site and park where you want, not where you reach.
Yes, I do need two ten foot with a connector to hock the two together. Just got back from this weekend of racing and am leaving on Tuesday for the NHRA Hot Rod Reunion in Epping at the New England dragway. The dragster ran slow this weekend and do not know why. I hope we can sort it out in the four qualifying runs for the HHR

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Developed a small leak in the, for lack of a better term, expansion tank for the coolant system. I actually believe it is meant to purge all the air form the coolant system.

Pulled it out, took it over and had it soldered up, painted up, and put it back in.
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Sure a nice looking RIG. I was going to ask, does yours have the outdoor fridge?
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Sure a nice looking RIG. I was going to ask, does yours have the outdoor fridge?
No but does have the separate ice maker inside.
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