Took our new (to us) '73 Winnebago Indian on its first road trip this weekend, from Anchorage, AK to Whittier, AK. - 115 miles. Found more than a few problems, with most of them minor annoyances, but a few more serious ones.
I have a fuel leak on the top of my 2nd tank, which I'm guessing is a dry-rotted rubber fuel line. I may have to drop the tank due to clearances.
There is an exhaust leak off the driver's side pipe, so a pipe replacement is needed. QUESTION: Is dual exhaust really needed, and if so, isn't a 'crossover' pipe mandatory for this type of setup? (V.I.N. decode says 413ci V-8, but I was told 440ci.)
Fresh water tank isn't angled correctly. Will it hurt the tank to increase the angle a few degrees to keep the pump from sucking air?
Last, the grey water is leaking between the tank and the valve. Is this PVC or a different material? If a different material, how can I fix the leak without replacing the pipe?