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 61 
 on: July 27, 2015, 02:23:05 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by digesterman
Had one in Oceanside bring up the 10 year rule but they said Prevosts were ok

 62 
 on: July 27, 2015, 01:47:50 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by Dreamscape
We've stayed at several RV Parks in CA and have never been turned down. They've never even asked what year or make. If they do I will say it's a motor home or Class A. Never ever use the word bus.

If we pull up and they turn us down, we'll take our money elsewhere!  Roll Eyes

 63 
 on: July 27, 2015, 01:22:34 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by eagle19952
I have seen, (but have not stayed at) parks that require the little RVIA plaque.... of course it's just another money hook, probably yjay club we don't like started it... Smiley





 64 
 on: July 27, 2015, 01:05:49 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by Darkspeed
Just rust wrap your new RV and overstay your welcome

https://www.thevintagenews.com/2015/07/02/awesome-new-car-covered-in-rust-camouflage-to-protect-it-from-thieves/

https://drawinghotrods.wordpress.com/category/car-culture/




 65 
 on: July 27, 2015, 12:50:33 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by Lin
I have not had that problem here in California.  When making the reservation, I say it is a 35ft class A motorhome.  If they ask the make, I may say MCI or Challenger; there are so many rv manufacturers that nobody asks anything beyond that.  I have not been turned away at any time even though my paint job is desperately old.  I was once told though that the ten year rule had to do with the parks insurance policy.  I do not know if that is actually true.

 66 
 on: July 27, 2015, 12:22:17 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by ol713

  Hi;
    Just my 2cents worth.  When checking in, just say you have a 40ft
    RV.  This tells the folks how large a space you need. I don't volinteer
    any more info than necessary.  Besides, most parks will not turn away
    business when you are standing at the registeration counter.
    Also if that part is that snooty, then it's not my kind of place anyway.
    I have never had a problem in the past.
                                  Good luck
                                      Merle.
    P.S.
       Just in case, have an alternate RV park picked out.  (plan "B")

 67 
 on: July 27, 2015, 12:17:38 PM 
Started by Darkspeed - Last post by Darkspeed
Well I thought I got it cleaned out with diesel until i did the finger test and there was a 1/2 of oil sludge in the bottom so i removed the vent and fed in a fuel hose from the top and have been flushing it with explosoline. it is slowly letting go of the crud and no mystery bits so far so that is good..

The drain is not bottom center so I did some jacking to get it close to bottom.

 68 
 on: July 27, 2015, 12:03:42 PM 
Started by brianzero - Last post by Jon
This age thing is discrimination. I understand these folks who own lots in a high end RV park don't want their sensibilities offended by having a coach older than their Allegro Bus parked next door. But as a practical matter real people don't want to park next to snobs either.

The RV parks that implement such policies and then enforce them turn out to be their own worst enemies. Their RV park is going to age. and at some point a newer, more plush RV park will show up nearby and will begin to siphon off the new lot buyers and transients so what they do to renters today is going to bite them in the butt tomorrow. Already some RV resorts that have had that policy are seeing newer RV resorts compete with them and nothing would be more just than to have a couple dozen bus owners call to make a reservation and to ask the age question relating to their resort, followed with the comment that the RV owner's policy is to only stay at new RV resorts. It would be neat to see how they like it.

 69 
 on: July 27, 2015, 12:03:33 PM 
Started by rkillmon - Last post by rkillmon
I have 1976 MCI 5b Challenger and torn off the headliner due to stains. Once I got it the headliner down I noticed there was vent/slots in the front ceiling covered in glue. There were additional holes in the inside layer of ceiling due to what I think are the bolt holders for the old overhead baggage binds.
Each place that had a hole, there was black stains in the headliner. Question I have is - are these slots needed? Are they a part of some ventilation system?
Can I sealed them up?


 70 
 on: July 27, 2015, 11:55:02 AM 
Started by Brett G - Last post by luvrbus
I pay around $62.00 for the 4 -1 gal pack of Delva 1240 in Vegas funny how the 5 gal pail is around 18 bucks a gal in the 5 gal pail it makes no sense to me

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