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Old 10-24-2010, 07:02 PM   #1
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Hello all,

Been lurking here since we purchased our first RV early Sept. I have been trying to glean all the knowledge I can from the various forums. This site and others like it are great sources of info coming straight from the users of these vehicles. Nothing better than personal experience and these forums are full of them.
We purchased a 1992 Rockwood 27' class A on the P chassis (1991 chassis 454 TBI L19). Low mileage with less than 23,000. This unit is in great condition in and out. There were some brake issues with a stuck front caliper on our first trip but other than that no costly issues yet. I made a tire purchase on my way home with it prior to doing any research which may have been hasty but I will live with it and see how it goes. Somewhere on line I found the Chevy P-series service manual and factory bulletins which explains the high reading on the oil pressure gauge. Anyway in the shop now getting the calipers replaced ( also without any specific research) front air bag replacement and poly sway bar bushings front and rear and a general inspection.
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