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Old 08-21-2005, 09:39 AM   #1
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let me start by saying that my new wife and i are trying to get a rv or trailer as our temporary home as our house sells, my grandfather has a 197?somthing international powered class A RV about 26 feet i beleive. we have both looked at it but just visual, it has some problems and we also dont know Much about it,
the brakes are the main problem right now as saposedly when you press the pedal it goes to the floor, (now) i have not even looked and the mechanical side ot the thing, and im very acustomed to working on cars and truck but nothing this size, my grandfather has saposedly try to bleed the brakes both traditionally and with a power brake bleeder? and has failed all times, i dont honestly know if he (A)knows what he is doing, or (B) has even put and brake fluid in it...

anyone with any infomation please chim in we would like help on this as well as some other info about totally getting rid of the need for propane, and for upgrading the bathroom situation, like a normal toilet,
thanks!
Matt and Jodi Cline
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Old 08-21-2005, 09:39 AM   #2
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let me start by saying that my new wife and i are trying to get a rv or trailer as our temporary home as our house sells, my grandfather has a 197?somthing international powered class A RV about 26 feet i beleive. we have both looked at it but just visual, it has some problems and we also dont know Much about it,
the brakes are the main problem right now as saposedly when you press the pedal it goes to the floor, (now) i have not even looked and the mechanical side ot the thing, and im very acustomed to working on cars and truck but nothing this size, my grandfather has saposedly try to bleed the brakes both traditionally and with a power brake bleeder? and has failed all times, i dont honestly know if he (A)knows what he is doing, or (B) has even put and brake fluid in it...

anyone with any infomation please chim in we would like help on this as well as some other info about totally getting rid of the need for propane, and for upgrading the bathroom situation, like a normal toilet,
thanks!
Matt and Jodi Cline
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1970's? ....master cylinder and wheel cylinders maybe a line or two or maybe all....can't tell to you start in replacing.....geofkaye
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