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Old 01-30-2005, 06:35 AM   #1
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I have been an active RV.net member for almost a year now, and enjoy their "senior" status, having posted something like 600 times.
I heard, over there, that there was a thread over here, re; difficulty in filling Winnebago gas tanks, so I thought I would check it out. My DW & I recently purchased a "near new" Nat'l. RV Dolphin, which suffers from the same condition, and the rains here in So. Cal. have thus far prevented me from doing anything about it, other than reading about others experiences.

We have been RV'ing since before we were married, starting off w/ a 3/4 ton PU and camper shell. Then moved up to a 10' TC, and later to a 27' Pace Arrow. After 21 years, we outgrew the Pace, and recently moved up to the Dolphin.
We particularly enjoy the sand dunes SW of Vegas, at Dumont Dunes. However we have also covered the majority of Nat'l Parks in the west, as well as every body of water west of Lake Powell.
There just isn't enough time, not being a full timer, to go all the places we would like to.
I'm a lifetime Chevy Certified Tech, ASE Certified Master, and currently Asst. Service Mgr. at a Cadillac Agency here in So. Cal. So if any of you need a service bulletin, or question on your P-chassis, or Workhorse, give me a shout. I've been able to help a ton of folks over there at RV.net.
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I have been an active RV.net member for almost a year now, and enjoy their "senior" status, having posted something like 600 times.
I heard, over there, that there was a thread over here, re; difficulty in filling Winnebago gas tanks, so I thought I would check it out. My DW & I recently purchased a "near new" Nat'l. RV Dolphin, which suffers from the same condition, and the rains here in So. Cal. have thus far prevented me from doing anything about it, other than reading about others experiences.

We have been RV'ing since before we were married, starting off w/ a 3/4 ton PU and camper shell. Then moved up to a 10' TC, and later to a 27' Pace Arrow. After 21 years, we outgrew the Pace, and recently moved up to the Dolphin.
We particularly enjoy the sand dunes SW of Vegas, at Dumont Dunes. However we have also covered the majority of Nat'l Parks in the west, as well as every body of water west of Lake Powell.
There just isn't enough time, not being a full timer, to go all the places we would like to.
I'm a lifetime Chevy Certified Tech, ASE Certified Master, and currently Asst. Service Mgr. at a Cadillac Agency here in So. Cal. So if any of you need a service bulletin, or question on your P-chassis, or Workhorse, give me a shout. I've been able to help a ton of folks over there at RV.net.
See Ya.
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Well, sir, Welcome to the site!
Sharing our expertise is what this site is all about. Especially sharing your camping adventures and camping areas that you are really fond off.
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Gary:
A big Welcome to you also on irv2, we sure can use your expertise on the Workhorse Owners Forum, when you have a chance check it out. Some hot posts await your insite.---"007"
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Gary, Welcome to the IRV2 website, glad you found us. Stop in often, we will try to anwser all your questions and maybe you can anwser all ours. Ed
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