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 on: Today at 05:40:02 AM 
Started by Bryan - Last post by bigred
Sounds like they are no more expensive than anyone else .!!!

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 on: Today at 05:26:37 AM 
Started by Bryan - Last post by rgrauto
Bryan nothing wrong with a used engine if it is a good one.  I would want to hear it run with a working  oil pressure gauge,water hose or radiator hooked up,fire it up and let it get to operating temp.then full power and see what happens. If it is a good engine and the owner trusts that is a good eng ,they won't mind you testing it. Also take someone with you that knows the difference between a good and bad eng. If you have oil pressure within spects. hot/cold,not putting air bubbles in radiator or heads(cracked heads etc),not leaking a lot of oil,then it may be a good eng. Your engine was a used one before it broke ! lol ! If your eng was good, buy a used engine or heads,take the heads  and have them checked,rebuilt etc put on your engine and ride on down the road,  Running you will have something to sale or trade on another coach. Bryan it's your money so how you spend it is your choice,just different ways to do it,lol  Glen

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 on: Today at 05:13:09 AM 
Started by Scott Bennett - Last post by blue_goose
The toilet that I liked best in my RV was a Microphor.  I now have a something else now because I couldn't find a Microphor that I could afford.  The new one is now made out of SS and cost $2400. 
A friend of mine has a used electric Microphor that is in good shape that he will sell for $150.00 plus crate and shipping.  He will be out of town until Sept. 
This is good buy, I paid $600.00 for one in 1990, but it was a air flush.  They didn't make the electric flush then.
Jack

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 on: Today at 04:33:20 AM 
Started by Darkspeed - Last post by Tom Y
If you have the parts put some grease on the shaft (real thin) and check for complete transfer into the mating part.

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 on: Today at 04:21:14 AM 
Started by Bryan - Last post by Hard Headed Ken
Bryan,
 This is a great forum and so is Prevost Community. The Prevost Community folks are having a rally in Lakeland FL Nov 12-15. I went to the PC rally in Foley Alabama this spring and it was great. Everyone made me feel welcome. You’ll see old classics like mine, all the way up to 2015 models. I think you’ll find the PC forum and the folks at the rally friendly and helpful. Jon always guarantees the lowest sign up fees in town. As a member you can get fuel discounts, tire discounts and fleet pricing from NAPA parts stores, no kidding!!

Ken

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 on: Today at 03:56:43 AM 
Started by Darkspeed - Last post by bevans6
I am pretty sure the taper is a standard.  I know when I was making some race car stuff I bought an automotive tapered reamer and made some bits that had tie rod ends fitted in to them.  Now, the relative diameter of the hole will vary from size to size, but would be standard within those sizes.  If it was me, I would measure the major and minor diameters of the tapered shaft on your steering joint and compare it to the hole in the piece you want to add.  If it looks like it will go in you are probably good to go.

Brian

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 on: Today at 03:50:30 AM 
Started by Zephod - Last post by chessie4905
There are going to be a time where you could use a longer cord.......
 Buy an rv extension cord of the length you can afford now. Cut off plug end with a couple of feet of cord attached. Connect this to your electrical panel or junction box in bay. Purchase a new plug for the extension cord. Install a closeable hole in bottom of bay. Route cable through this hole when in use. Keep cord to pigtail connection in bay out of inclement weather. Then you can get an extension cord when finances allow or needed down the road. I'd go with 50 amp now so you don't need to upgrade in future, plus less chance of overheating and connection degrading from high loads. Camco makes nice plugs and sockets for changing ends. They have nice pull handle assists on them also.

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 on: Today at 03:39:31 AM 
Started by Zephod - Last post by scanzel
I bought a 50' cord because sometimes depending on how you park at campgrounds the power pedistal is not close and you don't want to keep adding extensions on to a too short cord. I put a twist lock end on mine and it feeds through the bay floor into a Furrion twistlock. A connector on the side of the bus is nice but easier to steal your cord it they want it. Mine is 50' because when I park next to my garage I need to run it around the back to the power box attached to the garage.

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 on: Today at 03:39:11 AM 
Started by Mex-Busnut - Last post by CrabbyMilton
I always enjoyed your posts on here. My mom retired(from her job not her SUV Smiley) 2 years ago and she find that she's busier than ever.
Handsome bus you have there. Too bad DINA never got over up here but they had quality issues so that sort of explains that and you likely have the bugs out of yours.
May the Lord Jesus Christ continue to bless you in your travels.

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 on: Today at 03:29:05 AM 
Started by Bryan - Last post by scanzel
Yes the Prevost Prouds can be stuckup especially when your driving $1,000.000.00 plus rigs. But not all are that way. My Prevost would definitely not fit in to one of their rallys, it's a bus converted.

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