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  1. I have the Tire Minder A1AS. The thing I like about it is that all of the tire positions are displayed at the same time. I also have both spare tires (1 on the coach and 1 on the toad) with transmitters.
  2. Make sure your radiator is clean.
  3. desertdeals69

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    Fed Ex just delivered 2 Toyo 245/75 22.5 for $299 each. I installed them on my front yesterday and moved one of my old fronts to the spare location. I have Toyos on the rear axle that I installed 3 years ago. Been running Toyos for 15+ years.
  4. My ice maker leaked in my Dometic so it gave me an excuse to go residential.
  5. Thats the tire I am running on the rear of my coach.
  6. Just guessing I would say for flooded batteries float at 13v.
  7. I bought 94 gallons of diesel today at Sams Club for $1.65/gal and 2 hours latter it dropped to $1.62 but down the street it went to $1.59/gal.
  8. Do you have spark on the plug wires? I had a rotor that shorted to the distributor shaft.
  9. On my last coach, a 32 ft diesel pusher Spartan chassis I changed out the leaf springs for air ride and the disc brakes for air brakes. I had an occasion to have to change a rear tire. I lifted the rear and then tilted it. What I forgot was the front was down on the air bags so when I tilted the rear the frame twisted. I broke the windshield. After that experience I remember to raise the front so it can tilt side to side.
  10. If I remember correctly the RV valve is a 1/2 pipe thread and the residential valve is 3/4 pipe.
  11. The Onan carb does not come apart like a normal carb. For the most part its pressed together and you destroy it if you take it apart. We were in that business for some 20 years with hundreds of carbs experiences. W
  12. It could the carb. If fuel was not treated and is old chances are you have a plugged oriface. When we were an Onan dealer it was less expensive to replace the carb with a new one than to try to repair the old one. Success rate was less than 50% and with the cost of labor It made a better choice.
  13. I've been doing it that way for over 40 years.
  14. When the inner dual blew did you run any distance. If you did more than a few feet the outer dual is also toast. Your tires are over 6 years old so I would replace all. I have been using Toyos at about 2/3 the cost of Michelins.
  15. The OP was about storage maintenance not after a days usage. In your case just get a smart charger
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