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  1. jgsavage
    02-25-2023 11:59 AM
    I read your backstory and I have a 2007 fleetwood 36D I owned it since 2008 It now needs new shocks do you have any recommendations
  2. subford
    12-10-2022 04:26 PM
    Brake Switch:

  3. leot
    05-25-2015 06:21 PM
    Hi I saw your comment a few years ago regarding air bubbles on roofs. I'm looking at buying a 2012 jayco jay flight and I inspected the roof and it has a bubble about the size of my fist and an inch high a few feet back from the front of the trailer. the roof seems fine, there are no soft spots around it inside or out and the bubble doesn't appear to have a hole in it i can move it around a bit from side to side. I did notice a few scratches from trees on the front caulking that joins the front panel to the roof membrane and wonder if somehow air got in there while travelling and has worked its way back. Is that possible or could it just be a manufacturer defect?
  4. Knightab
    03-22-2015 06:48 AM
    Yeah, now that I got the sway under control and found the loose shock bolts and tightened them it is pretty much a dream to drive. I took it for a ride yesterday down the back roads and it was as quiet as you could ever expect! Thanks for your info!
  5. Knightab
    03-07-2015 06:31 AM
    We just bought this coach this week. I got a shipping weight and it is just shy of 15,000 lbs on an 18000 lb chassis. I don't have corner weights yet but definitely don't want to raise the front end. Kind of torn on which way to go cause I think the front end is probably light and thus the springs to stiff causing the rough repsonce from the road. I kind of question if the shocks just aren't appropriate for the setup, or if dual shocks might assist. Progressive springs is another option if I could find some. So many options. Any opinion on these with your experience?
  6. snwesner
    12-17-2012 09:02 AM
    You had a post about the saxaphone intake tube for the ford v10. I have a 2000 southwind with the v10 and was wondering if this will work on mine? If so what is the ford part # and what exactly is it replacing? Thanks
  7. Lincolnboy2
    my friend new2this is having problem with his coach steps, same identical coach as mine. His name is Bob. His kwikee steps are not working and he can't get to the motor....Can you maybe read his thread and help him? I told him about you....and how much you have helped me.


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  • About ga traveler
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    35 feet
    Location (City, State):
    Mcdonough, Ga.
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    1998 Pace Arrow 35 ft. F53 Ford V10 2014 Honda CRV toad
    32 years mechanic at Delta Air Lines 15 year motorhome service manager. 3 popups....2 travel trailers....5 motorhomes....loved them all.


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  • Last Activity: 09-24-2023 05:49 PM
  • Join Date: 12-29-2009
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