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Markstella

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    I'm a retired Police Officer. 10 years in Patrol, 12 years a Traffic/Motorcycle Officer. Involved in heavy vehicle inspection and enforcement, as well as investigations. Currently a national Police Motorcycle instructor. Having taught Officers from all regions on the east coast.

    Been rv'ing from the 90's. On my 4th coach now. 2007 Newmar Kountry Star DP 3910.

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  1. Here's the link your looking for. FMCA.com/rv-plates
  2. Are there any plans for a NorthEast Rally for 2019? There wasn't one in 2018. The last one was in Syracuse in 2017 at the NYS Fairgrounds, great location, full hook-ups.
  3. I've seen in the classifieds in FamilyRVing magazine people who perform the service your looking for, Oct 2018 issue. One was www.luxurycoachtransport.com . In the Feb 2017 issue under Wanted section, a retired fireman dose it also, phone # 530-321-1241. Hope this helps.
  4. Try Eagle One Nevr-Dull Yes, that's the way it's spelled. It's a wadding polish.
  5. Try www.duallyvalve.com solid one piece valve stems
  6. There is this company in Florida that does the removal. Very time consuming. On their web site they have demo videos on how to do it, check it out. www.uglyshieldremoval.com
  7. Larry, the dump switch is a momentary switch. I did not wire it, a friend of mine did. He left Springfield and went to the beach for another week. When he returns I'll get the info for you.
  8. Gayle, on the bottom of the motor is a nut. Take a cordless screw gun and you can retract the jack by that. It takes a while but it'll go up.
  9. A couple of options: 1. Winnebago makes their own plastic molded parts, you can order from them, probably big $$. 2. Dash board covers by Josie, www.coversbyjosie.com or 3. possible from a rv salvage yard, just a few suggestions.
  10. No need to remove it, just use the center receiver spot for your normal towing applications.
  11. There is a company that builds motorcycle lifts that utilize a hitch set up like you described. Try www.getoverbilt.com
  12. Take a look at www.renegaderv.com They have some pretty large towing capacity.
  13. Try www.rvshare.com maybe something in your area.
  14. jday, try this company for your compartment latches. www.motorhomelatches.com They make them with metal plungers instead of the original plastic ones.
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