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  1. vantango
    04-21-2023 04:49 PM
    thanks for the suggestion
  2. FWR
    01-25-2023 01:06 PM
    Hi Smitty,
    Thanks for taking the time to share your insight regarding old Country Coach values.
    We’ll see where it goes.
    Btw motorhome is in FL, we split our time between FL and MT.
    Much appreciate your comments.
  3. Mlfiedler
    Smithy, my apologies for addressing you as "Smith" in my recent reply. There's a little gremlin in my phone, whom I call Stooooopid Otto Ko-wrecked, who likes to edit just about everything I enter. Gotta get better at watching for his changes!
  4. spullon
    07-05-2022 01:13 AM
    Smithy, I own a ‘99 Magna with a Cummins engine and would like to know if it has wet or dry PTO. How ca you tell which it is?

    Scott on Lake Greenwood, SC
  5. Gatesway
    10-04-2020 12:02 PM
    Oh, we have currently 2 - 8D house batts and would like to change over to 6 golf cart batteries when these fail. The 2 house batteries are located next to the propane tank and inverter just behind the front passenger seat. Wanted to add that so if it helped your answers....
  6. Gatesway
    10-04-2020 12:00 PM
    Smitty, I hope you can help...I just figured out that my Xantrex RV2012 is shot and I need to replace it. I'd like to keep the wattage down to 2000 as I really don;t have much need for 120V besides the TV and occasionally the microwave. We've been discussing changing the refer out to a residential - but still, I think that 2000 watts is sufficient. Also want to keep GS. We are putting in PSW with GS. I'd like Magnum, but would appreciate your thougths. ALso, what about the "hybrid" models that utilize battery and 30amp when we are limited.

    Thanks in advance!
  7. bkelley
    08-31-2016 11:56 AM
    HI Smitty, in the past you posted about a stubbed out quick connect for a buddy heater. Can you tell me where you tapped into the propane line? In our 2004 Beaver, I'm having a heckuva time finding a place to tap in so that I can use it inside, the propane lines are nearly inaccessible .. thanks, Brian in Denver
  8. yourpcgeek49
    Smitty, Last April you had a post about Chaco Canyon & a gentleman with an RV spot. Do you still have the contact info? We have a 38" 5er and would like to find something reasonably close... Thanks, Mark
  9. Lincolnboy2
    Hi Deb!

    To tell you the truth, a very dear friend of mine did the ones in my coach. She had to dismount the valance boxes and the shades were also attached to them.

    We didn't have one to re-finish over the front area, so I have no experience on that...sorry I can't help...

    Here's the link to the remodel of the curtains......Keep me posted! I love to see what you do with them.....

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  • About Smitty77
    Ex San Diego - OnDroad
    State or Province
    RV Manufacturer
    Country Coach
    RV Model
    Magna Rembrandt
    RV Length
    Location (City, State):
    Over the next hill, around the next curve...
  • Signature
    07 Country Coach Magna Rembrandt 45' ISX600
    Roo II was our 04 Country Coach Allure 40'
    OnDRoad for The JRNY! Enjoy life...


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