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  1. The TCS is available thru FMCA. If you question is can you get the TSD card you can get their application on line, just do a Google search. I just completed one. JIm
  2. The West Yellowstone Grizzly RV park is a great place to stay, it's within walking distance to the downtown West Yellowstone attractions. The park has large spacious sites and is big rig friendly and is close to the west entrance to Yellowstone NP. JIm
  3. You will find that RV campsites are a premium during the period you plan to travel, must NP's campgrounds restrict motorhomes over 32'. I would recommend that you firm up you plans now and make reservations. Jim
  4. I had 4 of the safety devices fail, on 2 of the failures the red light came on and it was not resettable and the other two failures there red light was off on the module and the screen was blank. If you look at the wiring on the safety device you will see that the safety device interrupts the 12 volt supply to the refrigerator control board. Without 12 power source to the refrigerator control board the screen will go blank, and both heating sources ( propane/110 electric) will be interrupted. Jim
  5. I changed the cable on my last MH, it was a Georgie Boy. Make sure you lubricate all od the pulleys and rollers while you are at it. JIm
  6. I'm running Hankook AH37 all around on my 04 Holiday Rambler that has the same size tires. This is my second set of Hankooks, ran first set for 50k mile no noticeable wear, replaced them after running them 7 years. JIm
  7. I just printed the application for TSD and it has a list of services and fuels including gasoline and propane that you check off to identify the items that can be charged to your account. Jim
  8. Does anyone know what the discount has been on gasoline? JIm
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    Hankook Tires

    Been running them for 3 years on three different motorhomes, never a problem. Jim
  10. Huff, Is there any chance that the stop command from the AGS is not a long enough duration to shut the generator down. Jim
  11. Huff, The only load that I put on the inverter is my residential refrigerator, the maximum DC current draw from the battery bank that I have observed is 10 amps. I'm have a remote thermometer with MAX and MIN temperatures that I'm going to install to determine what temperature are in the compartment. I need to review my Magnum Manual to determine what their ambient operating temperature range is.
  12. I have the same inverter/charger that in mounted in same compartment on my 04 Holiday Rambler Endeavor PDQ, however my compartment has no form on ventilation. I up graded circuit board in the inverter/charger and the software in the remote unit several years ago when I installed the battery charge level option. When I changed the circuit board I didn't find an signs of dust accumulation in on the circuit board or in the unit, I have a residential refrigerator and I run the inverter continuously when driving down the road unless it is so warm that it requires the roof top ACs. Not sure if I'm running on borrower time, but so far so good. Jim
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    Airbag deflation

    My brother-in-law just replaced his on his MH, He had to buy the complete rod, couldn't just find the ends. Jim
  14. I damaged the right rear storage door on my 04 holiday Rambler it was cheaper to have a sheet metal shop to fabricated one than to purchased used from either of the salvage yards that you have mentioned. I expect that you panel may have more contours and may be more difficult to duplicate, Jim
  15. The front Hankook tires that I just replaces had been in service 7 years (35K miles., I had the dealer inspect them when they removed them and no damages was found and tread left on tire 80%. The tries weren't balances and it drove great, no vibration. Jim
  16. My out the door price for two tires was $937, I purchased them in Oregon (no sales tax). I made an error on the size of my tires in my first post. My tire are 275/70R/22.5 Jim
  17. Go to the BENEFITS page and it will walk you through it. I just purchased the same size front tires for my coach stayed with the same brand that I have been running, Hanhook. My previous one were their AH 12 and they are no longer available, they have been replaced with their AH 37. The AH 37 is a 18 ply where the AH 1 2 was a 16 ply, don/t see any difference in the ride.' I purchased mine from local dealer, the price was competitive with the FMCA price, just seemed like less hassle/ Jim
  18. The microwave receptacle was one where the solid copper wire was only pressed in a slot on the back of the receptacle. Fortunately I was able detect poor connection before it over headed and no damage was done to the ROMEX wire. I was able to replace the receptacle with a 20 residential one with attachment screws. Jim
  19. I would make the repair with resin and cloth then use tint able bed liner for finish coat. Jim
  20. I remember riding with my grandpa back in the 60's and he had a wedge fastened to his accelerator pedal. It was just made with a piece of wood. Without the block he could only reach the pedal with the tip of his toe. These were the good old days, great memories. Jim
  21. Huff. Magnum has facility at Paine Field in Everett WA. Not sure what their capability is. When I added the battery Load option to my inverter/charger they uploaded an newer software version to my remote. At that time they were moving some of their work to another of their facilities, that's been a couple of years ago, know there is an authorized repair dealer in Portland. Jim
  22. You might try checking with companies on the US side of the border who import agriculture equipment from Mexico. I spend some time last year In Juarez and saw several truck loads of new and used farm equipment on lowboy trailers that could transport your MH. Jim
  23. Attached are 2 picture of my 04 Holiday Rambler PDQ battery compartment, hope it helps you. Jim
  24. There is no misalignment and the vertical seal is parallel and equal on both ends when closed. Just before the slides reaches the fully closed position the inside edge of the side actually rises about 1/4"but when you release the IN switch the slide relaxes a small amount in the open position. It appears that the when the closing forces that compress the sealing surfaces a small amount and once the power to the motor is interrupted the slide move a small about before the brake sets to secure the slide. During tis small movement you can see the slide settle a small amount that would cause the imprint in the carpet. I'm going to check the brake to see if there is an adjustment. After 15 years of use, I not surprised that the brake hasn't some wear. Jim
  25. Huff, Thanks for reply, I'm sure that I close the slides while still connected to shore power, but normally start engine to fill suspension after closing slide. If I start engine before retracting slides it will retract jacks when starting engine and coach will usually become unlevel and have difficulty closing slides that are traveling in uphill position. Jim
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