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Old 11-28-2010, 02:59 PM   #1
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Well I am back to RVing after 12 years away. Thought I new all I needed to know when I bought a 1998 holiday Rambler Endevour with 18000 miles on the coach and 100 hours on gen set. But pretty quick I found out things have changed a bit since my last RV, a 85 coachmen with a 454.
I own a small auto and motorcycle repair and dyno tuning center in merritt island florida so I can do most of my own upgrades and repairs myself but as I said things have changed a lot in the RV world in 20 years. I found this forum as I was looking around the internet so I registered and just looked around for a few weeks and noticed pretty quick there are folks on here that know a lot more than me about motorhomes and all the places to look for the things us DIY people need to keep our RVs running good and safe. I have done a few upgrades to my HR like a full Banks system on my 460 ford plus new AC units on the roof a tire monitor system. So today I am checking in because I have some other projects I am going to need help with and I am new to this posting threads and talking on the internet.
So I will hope to talk to some of you folks on the proper forum if I can figure out were to go. Jimmyz 98 Holiday Rambler towing a 15 foot trailer with 02 harley davidson.

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Old 11-28-2010, 03:43 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new rig!

I do think you'll find the expertise available here will help you get back up to speed quickly. Motorhomes are a DIY junkies heaven. No end to the opportunities.

Best of luck...


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Old 11-28-2010, 04:57 PM   #3
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Welcome to the family...Will be gald to help and do our best to assit you when you are in need. happy holidays
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