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Old 11-20-2010, 09:40 AM   #1
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I RECENTLY PURCHASED A ONE OWNER A 31FT 1994 NATIONAL SEABREEZE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.THIS IS MY FIRST MOTORHOME,SO I HAD IT INSPECTED AND THE ONLY PROBLEM FOUND IS A TAB OR BRACKET THAT HOLDS THE SHOCK ABSORBER TO LOWER CONTROL ARM ON PASSENGER SIDE WAS BROKEN OFF.I WENT TO PURCHASE A NEW CONTROL ARM ,BUT THE PARTS LISTINGS HAVE HIGHLIGHTED NOTES THAT SAY FOR FRONT DISC/REAR DRUM ONLY,OR NOT FOR MOTORHOME.I TRIED DORMAN,MEVOTECH, AND MOOG.MY CHASSIS (P30 OR P32 NOT SURE), HAS DISC BRAKES ALL AROUND.COULDN'T FIND ANY REFERENCE TO 4 WHEEL DISC. WHAT DIFFERENCE WOULD THERE BE ON THE CONTROL ARMS.I HAVE LOOKED AT THE FORUMS AND THERE IS AN INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THE MEMBERSHIP ON THIS SITE,SO HOPEFULLY SOMEONE HAS AN ANSWER.HERE IS VIN # (1GBKP37NOR3312245). ITS A 7.4L. V-8 I THINK CHASSIS RATING IS 14,8OO. I HOPE THIS HELPS. THANKS, KEITH
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G'morning from Casa Grande, AZ. Hey!!......for us dummies,....what-n-the heck is a..."buckeye" anyway???? I always wondered.

Steve & Lynette
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Old 11-20-2010, 10:32 AM   #3
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Its some kind of fruit nut tree.these trees used to be everywhere in ohio.i lived here all my life and still dont know if there edible.i do know that they can dent your vehicle when falling from tree.these trees used to line the streets in many small towns. I've got to say i'm envious of where you live.love arizona. Have a safe upcoming holiday!!
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Old 11-20-2010, 10:21 PM   #4
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fellow Buckeye! We're glad you're here.

Check out the North Central & Pond Piggie (regional camping group) Forums for upcoming campouts. We'd love you to join us sometime. Most of us have already winterized & put our RV's to bed until spring, but we'll be planning & posting group campouts before long.

Safe travels & I hope to meet you.

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Old 11-21-2010, 08:43 AM   #5
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KHERHOLD:

Thanks for description of what a "buckeye" is.

We sure enjoy AZ, but, don't "live" here. Retired out of Duluth, Minnesota back in 05, sold the house, sold the "stuff", (got rid of the snow shovel !!) and have been on the road full time ever since and LOVIN IT !!

This year we're wintering in AZ, but have often wintered in Rockport/Fulton Beach, TX area (on Gulf above Corpus Christi), or more often in Florida (Tampa area where our son and his family live).

When ya can,....ya gotta get out of Ohio for winter .

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Old 11-21-2010, 09:04 AM   #6
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KHERHOLD:

G'morning from Casa Grande, AZ. Hey!!......for us dummies,....what-n-the heck is a..."buckeye" anyway???? I always wondered.

Steve & Lynette
A buckeye is a useless nut.
I believe they are part of the chesnut family.

I'll expand on Steve & Lynette comment:
When ya can,....ya gotta get out of Ohio for winter.....
When ya can, ya gotta get out of Ohio.

We spent last winter in AZ, including CG.
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Welcome KHERHOLD,
Now would be a good time to point your MH south for the winter. We can use your money here in Florida. 'Sides, we're really nice folks.
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