Just wanted to drop in and say Hi, I have read hundreds of comments on this site and have found them very good and helpful
. I have been RVing for last 5 years and have rebuild ( just about completely) 1976 EEE class C unit ( Roof, interior walls, ceiling, cabinet doors, flooring..)
Currently remodeling my 1994 National RV, Sea Breeze. Refinished hardwood flooring, completely resealed the roof, new LCD, new Fridge the old broke down
, all the vents + FanTastic 4000R vent
, new Tires ( Kelly's )MP3 radio and CB + antenna, mud flaps..as it came without them???..had to rebuild the passenger side storage compartment behind the rear wheel as it was just about destroyed from the gravel/sand flying from the wheel. Added a tachometer
$30..a mystery why the manufacturer didn't install one. New ball joint + front bearings as the unit sat for last 3 years in San Diego before I "rescued" her
Plans for 2010 - New shocks - Definitely Koni's FSD ( yes, yes..I've read all the post's on the shocks), New sway bar bushings, Tranny.Temp.gauge and one or two more gauges..maybe AMP and Fuel/Air ratio. ( I am a gauge freak
) And depends on the budget/cost new exterior stickers or paint.
I am looking froward to help some of you..if I can with my limited experience, and hope to get some help when I need it in the future.
The Most Important thing money can buy is Creations of Memories
, the best Memories are made in a Class A with your family in it
1994, 33' Sea Breeze: Konis, HD Coil Springs, RPM and Tranny Temp. gauge, more coming