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BobSchmeck

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  1. Understand what you are saying, but thats only 1/2 the story. We have had then pull right next to us when the lot is mostly empty an they could park an acre away when it's 65⁰ . Or even whe when theres a truck stop a mile down the street. I don't give a dam what they are doing or what there job is, there's no excuse for being selfish & rude.
  2. We have the same problem with truck drivers who run there engines all night.
  3. Since we live in Arizona and have to travel for you to do the work. What flooring do you use?
  4. Ernie I have seen many floors in used rv's were they have used the engineered flooring. After a while I see gaps in the flooring because the coach flexing. How do you prevent that problem?
  5. Thank you, we want to plan a trip to Texas anyway. Will check them out.
  6. Thanks Called them. Thanks for the reply.
  7. Bob Your dealing with a small place. Walmart they cost $50 to $100. 1 in the bedroom & 1 in the living room. You got it covered. If you have a $1000 and it makes you feel better. 😉
  8. I tried it from your post on Feb 19th. Wil try it from the main site & on our computer tomorrow.
  9. Just tried downloading both files. Neither one works. Says download failed. What am i doing wrong? Monaco Technical Tips 1.0.0 or the update file. Thanks
  10. Yes, dust happens. You can get a couple of air filters from Walmart or your local hardware store. They do help. My sinuses tell me they help. If you think it's bad were your at you should try Arizona sometime. Lol
  11. We live in Gilbert, basically the greater Phoenix aera.
  12. Looking for recommendations for a shop that can do painting and or flooring? In Arizona.
  13. Here's what I just learned. My brother just explained this to me. It’s for an ISC or a ISL engine.. you have a B- 5.9 liter engine. Also a whole different fuel system. Won’t work for your set up. The pump that JD posted won't work for my engine.
  14. Darn, won't download. Thanks for the information. Will have to look at that. Cummins is getting a pump to me tomorrow. I hope. I'm going to proceed with my old pump, but at least I have a spare incase of a major failure. The labor was ridiculous.
  15. Yes I noticed it leaking onto the ground. Not supper bad. I decided to get the pump for a little insurance. Better safe than sorry. I have about 600 miles to go without a major town near by. The leak is not very bad right now. Hope it holds till I get home. Cummins labor estimate finely came through $850 labor & shop supplies, just about shit my pants. Total bill very close to $1,300.
  16. Has anyone had to change the fuel transfer pump. Ours is leaking. I ordered one from Cummins $$$ pricey little bugger. $480 + tax & shipping. Been trying all day to get a price for labor with no luck. So it looks like I will have to do it myself. Any advice is greatly appreciated. If you happen to know a mechanic in Farmington NM. Send me his number. 🙃👍 Going on the 3rd night at Sam's Club parking lot.
  17. Thanks ,we found what yiu were talking about and got the slid in. It is a lippert. Thanks
  18. Trying to help out a couple who are stuck in a Walmart parking lot. He has a 2008 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XL. 34ft. His living room slide is hydraulic. He has 13.5 volts to the solenoid. When we hit the switch to move it in or out you can the solenoid click but the pump motor won't engage. The Reservoir is full. We have haunted all over for a way to manually move the slide in, but to no avail. Any ideas on how to get the slide moved in? The only thing I can think of is removing one of the hydro lines to the cylinder and pushing the slide in then blocking it so it can't move out. So he can get it to a shop. Thanks for any help, I'm stumped.
  19. No set screw, just a pin. Picked up a washer today, to take up the slack, wouldn't you know it, its just a tad to thick. Will try a 2 x 4 tomorrow. Till I can get a file or grinder. Got to come up with a redneck fix till we get home.
  20. James Thank you so much. Were out till mid October. Got to figure out how to keep it going till then. Now I can at least start chasing the gears down. I need to also try to figure out how to get the gears a little closer together. Just riding on the the edge were they can jump when it gets worn down is not a good thing. Maybe my machinist friend can help with that. Again a big thank you. Bob Ok, so I can't read. Lol When my wife read it she found the fix that I was working on.
  21. We have a 2001 Diplomat. The slides are gear driven. My back wardrobe slide is a worm gear operated system. The worm gear is not meshing like it should and its damaging one of the teeth. Is there a way to tighten up the gears so they mesh better? Here is a picture of the worm gear. The teeth are barely touching. When I deploy the slide I'm getting a loud snapping noise when a certain tooth jumps a gear.
  22. I have a diplomat definitely interested.
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