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RE: Charging issues?

I might note that it's a Coachmen Leprechaun 260 DS
vjswhippet 01/16/21 09:05am Tech Issues
RE: Charging issues?

this has been a great thread and help to me. My batteries don't seem to hold a charge but I just bought it from a dealer that used it as a rental. It could have been sitting with no trickle charge for quite a while and I assume since it's a 2020, IF it came out in 2019, they could have used it 2 years and it sit thru last winter with no trickle charge. I've had them charged 100%, flip the kill switch, and 3 days later check them and they are at 75%.
vjswhippet 01/16/21 09:02am Tech Issues
RE: Class C Chassis

all good things to consider .. I am looking for something 28 or shorter. I was hoping I'd hear from the Chevy owners and sounds like for what I want the chevy might be better .. Thanks so much !!
vjswhippet 10/27/20 06:03pm Class C Motorhomes
Class C Chassis

I know the debate over Ford vs Chevy in cars .. I'm a Chevy fan .. but I've always been told that for a motorhome that Ford was the better way to go. My little sprinter MH was burned in our barn fire a week ago and I'm finally done crying and have started looking again. I found one I like but it's on a Chevy Chassis. Is it just a myth that Ford is better ? I'd like to hear both sides ... any other day I'd go Chevy but for the weight and handling should I go Ford ?
vjswhippet 10/27/20 10:17am Class C Motorhomes
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