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  1. How much fuel is in the coach?
  2. Very nice work! I wish you were closer, assuming I could afford to have someone install new floors!
  3. Those are push to connect air line fittings. Need to make sure you get the D.O.T. Approved brass ones. some Napa stores carry them as well as truck service centers. Also McMaster Carr sells them. https://www.mcmaster.com/push-to-connect-tee-connectors/shape~tee/low-temperature-d-o-t-push-to-connect-tube-fittings-for-air-8/ from my experience, you will have to drain all air. Do not do it while under the coach. I made some ramps to drive on that gives me enough room to get under there once it is aired down. You can block the frame as well, but make sure if you do, it can handle the weig
  4. As for the convex mirror, I ordered mine from Ramco Engineering. Part number SNP-GLS602WS-kit.
  5. On my 04 Knight, there is an access panel under the fridge inside the coach. It is behind that on the left side.
  6. Both of mine and all I have seen are gas only. Most folks purchase a small electric heater or two to use while plugged in. Those furnaces use a lot of propane.
  7. That is one beautiful coach! Here is a correct link for those who want to check it out https://www.arizonaluxurycoach.com/shop/details/2004-Monaco-Dynasty
  8. I run their 37" M/T's on my Jeep Rubicon and they are good on the road and great off road. Actually the second set I have had. Unfortunately I don't have any info or experience on their RV/Coach tires.
  9. This probably is obvious, but did you check the air pressure gauge to make sure it was not leaking?
  10. Is this what you are looking for? https://www.amazon.com/MaxxHaul-70086-Trailer-Adaptor-Flexible/dp/B008CE0W8Q/ref=asc_df_B008CE0W8Q/?tag=bingshoppinga-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=&hvpos=&hvnetw=o&hvrand=&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=e&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=&hvtargid=pla-4583863980122912&psc=1
  11. The link for the fittings at MSC is below. Make sure you choose the DOT approved ones, usually all brass. I also bought a few through the local NAPA dealer as well. Also I had numerous sizes, 1/4 to 1/4, 3/8 to 1/4, 3/8 to 3/8, and a 5/8 to 3/8. Some 90, some 45's, some swiveled and some not. They are not cheap, so you may want to see which ones are leaking, make a list and order them. I did order a few extras for late on. https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/Hose-Tube-Fittings-Valves/Metal-Push-To-Connect-Tube-Fittings?searchterm=DOT+Push-To-Connect+Tube+Fittings&navid=4287924576
  12. When I was chasing leaks, I found that both of the air protections valves on the front tank were leaking around the seams. Tried to clean one and that was a no go, so ended up buying all new replacements, $13 ea x 4. went ahead a changed the rear ones too. Next were the push to fit fittings. Found a lot of those leaking as well due to age I suspect. Order a variety of those from MSC and kept some spares for down the road and grabbed a few straights as well in case I had a line get a hole in it. I did not find any of the 6 pac valve leaking or any of the air bags. Used a spray bottle with dish
  13. That is what sets the ride height of your coach. if you need one down the road. https://www.premiumtruckpartsusa.com/Height_Control_Valve_Hadley_Type_171.H00450CE.html
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