wolfe10

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  1. 2017 Thor 35SD

    Please post exactly what converter, charger or inverter/charger you have. Without that we are all speculating-- which will not do you any good.
  2. New Spell Checker

    Whine or wine?
  3. Air Filter Life Expectancy

    Bruce, Does K&N have different filters? In other words, was the filter you tested THE K&N filter, or do they have several types? Link to the one you tested?
  4. Sway Bar Bushings

    Take the very best ones in to match. And, polyurethane bushings are superior to rubber ones.
  5. Sway Bar Bushings

    Roland, There are several designs for end links. Makes no difference if jacks are down or not, just that the coach is level side to side (so there is no pressure on the sway bar. I put jacks down just for more clearance under the coach to work. Obviously, do not go under the coach unless you have room under there if jacks/air bags failed without jack stands.
  6. Sway Bar Bushings

    While I guess a bolt could be used, most use a threaded rod with nuts at both top and bottom. That is why vice grips are one of the tools I take under the coach with me-- to hold the center of the rod so that both nuts can be removed.
  7. Tire Air Pumps

    Correct PSI for each axle depends on the load IT is carrying-- pretty much unrelated to other axles. Best is to use weigh individual wheel positions and use heavier wheel position on each axle to go to your tire manufacturer's inflation chart to determine correct MINIMUM PSI for all tires on that axle. And, many tag axles are adjustable. Best that each axle carries the same PERCENT OF GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating).
  8. I believe Carl is pointing out that rules for RV's registered as COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (registered to LLC) are different than for those registered to individuals.
  9. Sway Bar Bushings

    Yes, on center bushings, not end link bushings.
  10. Sway Bar Bushings

    The end link bushings wear MANY, MANY times as fast as the center bushings. That doesn't mean don't check them, but they are rarely the failure point.
  11. Sway Bar Bushings

    NO. As long as the two sides are level, there is zero force on the bushings/end links.
  12. Sway Bar Bushings

    Roland, Replacing the bushings is VERY low tech/torque. Get the PN from your chassis maker, get the bushings, and anyone with even a pair of vice grips and crescent wrench can change the bushings.
  13. Brake Light ?Fuse? 1999/2000 Safari Continental

    While I hope the advice you got from Monaco is helpful, I have trouble believing that a fuse (or fuse box) was replaced by RELAYS. BREAKERS (either auto-reset or manual-reset) is more believable. Could there also be a relay involved-- sure, that that is not what would protect the wiring (the job of a fuse or breaker).
  14. Tire Air Pumps

    Ya, with the dew point above 70 degrees F (easy to get to a dew point above 80 on the Gulf coast) you really don't want to use a compressor without AIR DRYER. Putting WATER into the tire is not recommended. 1. Water can rust steel belts. 2. Water is NOT an "ideal gas", and temperature/PSI curves (remember in high school the Ideal Gas Law) for water are VERY different/worse than for DRY AIR.
  15. Summer in New Mexico

    Yes, they do have some pull through large sites.