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  • About Wanabee FTer
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    Golden Village Palms, CA
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    '98 Gulf Stream Sunsport 325, 7.5L Banks Power Pack, Koni FSD's, Air Bags, ReadyBrute Elite,
    2000 Honda Accord


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Posted 04-02-2012 at 09:33 PM by Wanabee FTer Comments 1
I'm tired of fumbling around in the dark looking for the light switch for the closet.
Most newer coaches have automatic light switches built into the doors so why shouldn't I have them... Okay, sounds like I have a new project to do

I looked at the local home improvement stores for a micro switch, but no luck.
Checked ebay and found 10 lever operated micro switches for $7.50 with free overseas shipping. Cool, hit the buy it now button and wait...
Only took...

Posted 04-02-2012 at 06:05 PM by Wanabee FTer Comments 0
I was changing the oil under the coach the other day and noticed there is a large 6" gap between the front of the radiator/condenser and the front cross member.

On all newer cars and trucks there is a air dam installed underneath to direct air flow into the front of the radiator. It's common to see shields and plastic covers underneath cars and trucks, so why not on the F53 chassis. Not sure if this was fixed in the 1999 chassis redesign, but my '97 doesn't have one.

Posted 05-31-2011 at 09:18 PM by Wanabee FTer Comments 7
Posted in Vintage

What were the odds of spotting one of these rare vintage motorhomes in the So Cal area while we were camping at a local RV Resort. I talked briefly to the 82 year old owner, he did not know too much about the actual history of the MH but really enjoyed talking about all the upgrades and modifications he made to the rig since he purchased it in the mid 90's. It's a 1964 Travel Car built by Streamline Trailer Company. It was originally...

Posted 12-22-2010 at 10:27 PM by Wanabee FTer Comments 2
Posted in Coach
I was cleaning the toilet inside my MH the other day and found the vacuum breaker leaking behind the toilet.
OK, no big deal, looks easy to get to, so I went to my local RV store to buy a replacement. I soon found out by visiting 2 different RV stores that the only vacuum breaker for my model 910 Sealand (that was in stock) came with no provisions for the hand held wash wand. Since my wife already made a few comments about how handy this feature was I soon decided to order the correct...

Posted 12-13-2010 at 05:50 PM by Wanabee FTer Comments 2
Posted in Coach
I read a few threads about the pros and cons of adding a 110 volt electric heating element to my Suburban 6 gallon DSI water heater. The good, reduced propane usage when camping at hook up sites. The bad, voids Suburban and Atwood water heater warranties. After all my research all I could find was a few people saying it will damage your water heater, but no one with first hand knowledge of this. The good posts outweighed the bad, so I decided to go ahead and install the Lightning Rod kit.
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