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  1. jonochop
    12-27-2020 12:20 PM
    Max, I have a 2001 Monaco executive, went to 5 auto part stores looking for striker bolt, my upper one is gone, any advice you have would be great, found you by going through tons of threads, thanks in advance Brother. Joseph Reagin my email is
  2. bowpulpit
    Hi Max,
    Debbie and I wanted to say hello. Were looking forward to seeing you and Cindy in MB.
    Safe Travels.
    Steve & Debbie
  3. jjwalkers26
    Thanks for the offer. Mine looks like 7/8 I will be in site I-14. See you there.

    John and Joanna.......
  4. KaptnKluck
    Hey Max, KaptnKluck here. We will be at the Myrtle Beach rally in Sept. I would like very much one of your door posts. My dimensions are 3/4" in length and 7/16 in diameter. Now let me reciprocate. Do you have storage under your bed and is it difficult to lift for you or your wife? If so I have created a foldable lift allowing a longer fulcrum assisting in the lift. If you are interested I will bring one to trade.
  5. Mastiffmom
    Hi Max -

    Looking for any guidance you may be able to offer as I am about to buy a 2002 MA (gas). I thought the shocks seemed wimpy and now am reading this is true. Any way to check on the brake and fridge issues before purchase, and if I have to put shocks on it how much does that set a gal back?

    Thanks in advance.
  6. bowpulpit
    Hello Max,
    I recently purchased our first coach a 2004 Newmar Mountain Aire 3778. I think from what I've read you have the same coach. I do not have an inverter and want to install one but could use help from someone like yourself that has installed one. I think my coach is prewired for an inverter as I found a bundle of coiled wires in the small compartment next to the battery bay. I have a picture but not sure how to attach to this post. Your reply would be appreciated.
  7. CAVU
    03-01-2012 09:24 AM
    Hi Max,

    Thanks for the recommendation on this website. Looks like this should keep me busy, it may just push me over the edge and into an RV. Have a safe trip to Maine and a great summer.

    Jeff(from American Flyers)
  8. mikewy
    10-30-2011 11:37 AM
    getting ready to add a winegard sk1000 on my newmar roof (mountaine 3778)
    seems like i read that you added one of these HD you have any pictures on where you located the winegard HD satellite on the roof...thanks, mike wyhowanec
  9. carlsharib
    When you had your ECM and TCM reprogramed did that take care of the rapid downshifting?
  10. Steve N Sal
    Have a question. Since you have the same model we have, the doghouse covering the engine has a single screw head which I assume would release the cover to access the engine. Am I correct in this assumption? I would have thought that there would have been more than that as in turning the screw head it doesn't seems to release the cover. Any advice would be great.

About Me

  • About Max Hubrich
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    37' 11
    Location (City, State):
    Pikeville, NC
  • Signature
    Max H,
    2002 Newmar Mountain Aire, 37', 3778, W-22, 8.1 Vortac, Ultra Power upgrade, CAI (cold air intake), Taylor wires, colder plugs, Koni shocks.


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  • Last Activity: 10-11-2022 04:31 PM
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