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  1. ok-rver
    08-13-2021 02:20 PM
    ok-rver
    Mike Hughs of Monaco Watts tells me you fabricated a watts linkage for the front of your Dynasty. He tells me that our Scepter and yours are similar. Linkage to go at front of H frame directly behind the generator framework. New to this site and could not find your posts. Can you send me the link? Mike Wilson 281.684.1574 Tulsa Ok
  2. shootist
    07-08-2021 06:53 PM
    shootist
    Thanks! I'm going to do the fass this next month. I think I'm going up front as well. Don't like the idea of pumping such a huge amount of fuel all that way. Fuel lines erode like everything else , the shorter the better.
  3. shootist
    06-15-2021 10:09 PM
    shootist
    Mike , in one of your videos I saw you put clamps on a push to lock hose fitting.
    Fass upgrade I believe. Just ran across a tutorial on a hose and fittings site that says it will cause leaks and eventually failure. Hope you'll check it out and clear it up for all of us. Dave.
  4. Smniv
    09-28-2020 01:33 PM
    Smniv
    Hello Mike,
    I've read a bunch of your posts on the things you've fabricated for your coach and I'm always amazed by your capabilities. I might be missing it but you and I have the same coach. I'm ready for a brake job and wonder if you know the Part numbers for the front rotors and pads. Thank you for your time.
  5. ncolingham
    Hi Mike I have 2003 Monaco Diplomat and I have a question about the fuel sending unit
    I looked under the coach and it seems to be on the top of the tank which in my mind inaccessible unless the tank is removed is this correct. ?

    Thanks
    Neal Colingham
  6. Discovery17
    Hi Mike, I have viewed all of your youtube videos and have really enjoyed them, especially the ones on the Monaco coach. I have currently purchase last year a 2006 45' Monaco Signature, which I have trying to learn all a can about the motorhome because I like doing the service work and learning. I am not sure of all the service work done prior to my purchase of the coach, and would like to work on and bring current several project but would like some more information on how to service the engine oil changes and filter, fuel filter, front axes fluids, air ride suspension to name a few. Your background as I understand in the mechanic field I feel you could be of great value. Sound like you have done a lot of research and I would like to glean as much knowledge from you as you are will to share. I reside in the Ogden area, do you suggest anyone for good services that you would share with me.
  7. wamcneil
    02-22-2019 03:48 PM
    wamcneil
    Hi Mike,
    Thanks for all the great information and youtube videos. As soon as I get past my current project I think I'll follow your guides and install guardian plates.
    I have the same coach; 2003 Dynasty 42. And I'm hoping you can give me some advice on the slide-out hydraulics.
    Have you had to get into yours?
    Two of my cylinders are leaking. I'm having trouble removing the Road-side cylinders. They come out the Curb side, and there's not enough clearance for them to come out under the Curb-side slide.
    Have you had occasion to pull yours out? Could you give me some pointers on how to jack up the Curb-side slide in order to gain enough clearance for the cylinders to eek out? I'm really hoping I don't have to cut the bottom of the slide for clearance.
    I started a thread in the Monaco owner's forum this morning.
    Thanks Walter McNeil
    PS- I am incredibly jealous of your shop.
  8. firestopper
    Hey Mike! Thanks for site. Planning on learning a bunch so I can make an informed decision when I pull the trigger on our second home. I know it will be a preowned for sure just not sure on what but it has to accommodate two humans and four large GSD's. It will need basement storage and a diesel. Not sure on total length yet but always looking for recommendations.
    Thanks again amigo.
    Paco
  9. Prometheus
  10. Prometheus
    can I ask
    what PSI do you run your tag at::
    Towing_____
    Not Towing______

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  • About zmotorsports
    State or Province
    UT
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Monaco
    RV Model
    Dynasty
    RV Year
    2003
    RV Length
    40'
    Location (City, State):
    Utah
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    Mike & Chrystal/ 2011 Jeep JKUR
    FMCA # F315002
    Our 2003 Monaco Dynasty Mods/Repairs Thread

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