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RE: 1995 Fleetwood Flair 22ft

Look at the year of the vehicle the vin for sure and figure out when the box was put on it. It will be either a Chevy or Ford. So that the year and say Ford which will be a F53 chassis to the place you deal with and if possible take the item and you can usually get it right. Brakes yes they should be check. Ours last gas was a 99 38 foot , just over 24000 loaded. You touch the brakes you felt it. Brake pads and rotors are not that hard to find. They glazed over just like a car. You also need to get into doing a full brake fluid bleed. Suck out the master brake fluid and fill in with new and then each bleed each wheel till you get clean and new fluid at that point. Ours was done every two years with a high end fluid. Made a lot of different. Also check your rubber hose on the brakes. If they have not been replace it way past time. The can and do separate inside and can cause issues. Auto transmission fluid need to replace every few years also if driving in the Mountains or hills. Again ours was either 2/3 years due to where we live. Not sure how much you weigh in at but that something you need to know. Yell when you need something. Someone is always here. Welcome to the Forum.
MountainAir05 09/28/20 04:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Torque on Lug Nuts

I have had my Tradewinds since 2004 and have had two prior sets of Michelins installed and traveled over 70,000 miles and never had to retorque my lug nuts. Last Nov I couldn't find any Michelins in my area and had Continentals installed by a local Tire outfit. Now after just under 2000 miles it appears that the lug nuts on one of my duels is loose. Never had this happen on any of my RV's in over 40 years. Might have way over torque them to start with. As stated, before every trip and weekly. Found one every so often that has loosen. Just purchase a new vehicle and had to stop on the hi-way with the sale man riding along and tighten almost all the nut. Service was not happen neither was sales or the owner of dealer ship.
MountainAir05 09/28/20 09:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil change question

X2 on not needed.
MountainAir05 09/26/20 08:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Wiper Blades

Walmart and Amazon has them too.
MountainAir05 09/26/20 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flooring Under Dinette (Pictures)

Your link are not working and require a account and password. Are you seeing the sub frame or frame area with the metal. It was put there by whom made the RV to strength the chassis for flex or as a attachment point for the Box. Not a lot you can do about it.
MountainAir05 09/22/20 07:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chassis clarification

No help here but what length are you looking at. What brand name or features are you wanting. Those features along with length will determine on what frame you will get.
MountainAir05 09/21/20 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electronic Driving Systems

Maybe, but I figure layouts can be modified, electronics cannot as easily. So stability control, rollover prevention, things like that are typically only found on the higher end brands? Only Prevost and Newell for the stability control and rollover prevention build in. Could be wrong and left out a some.
MountainAir05 09/20/20 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mountainhigh Residency 2000 model 3790

Get the model # from all the items, Stove, Microwave , Ref and then go online and download a manual if you can found them. As far as the RV you will just have to wait till someone rings in. The switches you will have to post a picture and someone can help. Looking on line you have a Ford V10
MountainAir05 09/19/20 05:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wanderlust

Don't start throwing money at it. 1. Check the tires and Tire pressure, are the tires worn uneven. 2. Have the front end align and inspected
MountainAir05 09/18/20 05:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Kitchen and Bathroom fans

Along with what Jdc1 state check for your Volts on the wire nuts or plug.
MountainAir05 09/18/20 09:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: how to properly seal Jalousie RV windows

maybe here. http://www.parkin-acc.com/page3.html
MountainAir05 09/16/20 12:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ultra Level Hydralic system liquid level check

What brand, Is the fluid red. Either way a good flush after repair and put back in synthetic type. https://www.hwhcorp.com/ml46791.pdf
MountainAir05 09/13/20 08:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: wiper arms

One source until your reply to Charles. http://www.busparts.com/wiper.html
MountainAir05 09/13/20 08:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tradewinds 2001 model 7390

Check your battery voltage off the batteries. My 6v GC2 batteries are reading 6.4 and 6.3 I have 4 and that is what they are reading Read Doug's post if you have not. Also run the trouble shooting in the manual.
MountainAir05 09/12/20 05:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ultra Level Hydralic system liquid level check

slides in and all jacks up.
MountainAir05 09/12/20 05:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2007 Allergo 32 BA Wipers

Do you have power to the switch. Google this "Ford RV wiper fuse location"
MountainAir05 09/12/20 03:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help NEWBIE: Buying Class A Coach

http://www.prevostrvforsale.com/category/united-states/california/ Don't think you can open most of the windows but the best ride and within your $$$$
MountainAir05 09/12/20 03:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tradewinds 2001 model 7390

Check your battery voltage off the batteries.
MountainAir05 09/11/20 07:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allegro Wiper Motor

Yes, Its in the area where the wiper goes thru the panel above or below them. I assume this is a Ford or Chevy chassis. So it would be below the windshield.
MountainAir05 09/11/20 04:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Live with no dash ac?

Yes. If you don't have a dash AC then one of these will cool you. If you only have two roof top AC then you need 4 to do the good. Three will be close but not what you want. https://densoheavyduty.com/rv
MountainAir05 09/11/20 09:17am Class A Motorhomes
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