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Old 03-21-2010, 05:19 PM   #1
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Myself and wife mostly retired. Permanent home in La Quinta, CA. We have purchased our first RV and as soon as I finish a job in Louisana we plan on traveling to OR and ID visiting family. When I get back to CA I am planning on some Prev. Maint. on our coach. 2003 HR Imperial with 57k miles. No maint log so I will be changing fluids and filters (4oo ISL Cummins). We bought with a 2002 Jeep Liberty but have no tow brake in Jeep.

So while here in Louisiana I am surfing for best source on filters and tow brake system. Our coach is stored in bldg in Santa Clarita waiting for us.

From what I see this looks to be a wonderful site to learn and share.

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Welcome Stan & Connie ...This is a great place with lot's of info and nice people...any help just ask ..as there are tones of folks with knowledge on here
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Welcome to iRV2.

C124, as in Globemaster?
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c124driver...Welcome to iRV2 and congrats on your "new to you" Imperial!! you have purchased a very nice coach that I am sure you will enjoy immensely.
May I suggest you come on down to the Monaco Owners Forum and look around? Most of the members there will know your coach better than anyone else ...so feel free to ask all sorts of questions and ask for tips.
Please make sure you also know about WHEN to put your slides out..it is different from most any other manufacturer...
You are also welcome to join the Monaco Owners Club ..which helps us help you better when we answer your questions.

Again...Congrats on your new Imperial & welcome to iRV2...we hope you visit & post often!
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Glad you found iRV2. Got any questions just ask. You can also find lots of information using the search function.

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Old 03-22-2010, 08:29 PM   #6
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C124, as in Globemaster?
Few and far between would know Old shakey. 7th MAS Mchord AFB 67 thru 70 and Clark AB 70-71 still flying that wonderful Globemaster.

Same airplane also flown by my Dad . Where did you run into Globemaster??

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Few and far between would know Old shakey. 7th MAS Mchord AFB 67 thru 70 and Clark AB 70-71 still flying that wonderful Globemaster.

Same airplane also flown by my Dad . Where did you run into Globemaster??

Stan
I joined the Delaware Air Guard in 1967. We flew C-97s before we got C-130s.

I was an instrument tech and got to fly some and saw 124s at various airbases.

They weren't pressurized, were they?
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thats for sure. Went most everywhere at 8,000 to 10,000 ft. We flew thru whatever the weather threw at us crossing back and forth over the Pacific.
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