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Domestic frig in 2002.....replacement available??

Brother had his refrigerator coils rust out and was looking for a replacement and cannot find one. Anyone know of a source to find suitable replacement? He found a vendor who sells the coils but $1000+ just for those. Thanks for any information we can follow to a replacement or repair.
VA-Apraisr 03/29/23 07:48am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Driver’s captain chair E450

I ordered new leather seats from the DiscountVanTruck link above and got the Anza ZX and was very surprised how comfortable it is! Obviously, opinion vary so it's a difficult choice to roll the dice. Only drawback: I had to order the custom swivel base (stock Ford would not work for their seats) and this was another $300 on top of the $528 for the chair. Lastly, the swivel base will NOT swivel due to configuration in my Class C with the seat beat bracketry. But, very happy with the much more comfortable seats!
VA-Apraisr 02/09/23 05:57am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C without a house battery bank???

Glad it seems to be just an uninformed seller. I bought a C from a gentleman that had similar "limited knowledge" on RV things.....generator won't start and talked him down another $5000 due to that and 5 year old tires. Replaced the house battery when I got it home and purred like a kitten.
VA-Apraisr 01/23/23 02:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Can toll booths read transponder w/C overhang?

I mounted mine on the window above the overhead cab bed since it was having too many issues not reading on the front windshield. Obviously know that most newer units do NOT (thankfully) have the bedroom window leak-monster, but mine ain't leaking yet and check it quite often.
VA-Apraisr 11/29/22 02:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Rust on Boiler Tube

My RV has been on the beach for 17 years and the refrigerator tubing is totally rusted but still working. I occasionally have to tap it lightly with a hammer/screwdriver to keep upflow for flame moving into the tube, but otherwise, it just keeps running.
VA-Apraisr 10/20/22 12:30pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing 4-wheels down.....braking required for vehicle?

From what I've read, the surge brake has a shock-style cylinder that activates at 250lbs of pressure applied from the toad in a braking or shoving situation from the toad onto the RV via the surge brake tongue connection. Simple, straight-forward cable connection that if installed correctly, should work in those situation you describe in Alaska. Force is force regardless if its from braking/sliding/slipping/bucking.....too much pressure and the surge brake will pull on the toad brake pedal as needed. Obviously, if the toad goes sideways in a slide all bets are off (as in most all braking systems).
VA-Apraisr 09/20/22 04:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing 4-wheels down.....braking required for vehicle?

Haha......saw the photo and thought you were serious!! :) Yeah, trying to avoid the redneck fix-it-yourself-and-go process! I'll be using a 4" riser hook as well since my Jeep has a lift on it to ensure straight pulling and proper engagement of surge braking. Just waiting on the parts to be delivered and then wiring up the toad to the RV.
VA-Apraisr 09/12/22 06:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing 4-wheels down.....braking required for vehicle?

Thanks for all the info. Using the surge brake from NSA as well as breakaway cable in case the worst happens. Fortunately, the aftermarket metal front bumper with winch and D-hooks can be used instead of a Blue Ox mounting bracket which saves some $$. All in all, converting to 4-down isn't costing me the price I received selling my tow dolly.
VA-Apraisr 09/09/22 05:18pm Class C Motorhomes
Towing 4-wheels down.....braking required for vehicle?

Bought a 2018 Jeep Wrangler and moving from a tow-dolly to this setup. Wondering if the auxiliary braking system is required. I didn't have anything other than emergency cable brake for trailer in case it came detached from the RV. I've bought a used Blue Ox towing bar and was looking at a Blue Ox braking unit that sits on floor of tow vehicle. Just seeing what the best setup is to be safe. Thanks!! PS: Ok, I ordered the NSA Ready Brake receiver surge brake and one question: Do you guys just turn on running lights if driving at night, or did you run additional wiring?
VA-Apraisr 09/08/22 10:08am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Leveling Blocks

Got those 3-level one piece as shown above and love them. They stack together beneath my sofa and super easy and very strong. Otherwise, salt-treat wood can be used to create the same thing.
VA-Apraisr 08/29/22 03:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C RV model recommendations

I agree with the Conquest 6280 design!! I have a 28A Thor product which is almost identical in layout and LOVE IT! Especially the doorway to block off front living space from bed/bath when one is getting ready for the day. Separate shower is very nice so other can be shaving/brushing teeth or "other" duties :) Never have understood the diesel preference myself (cost/maintenance/did I mention $$$?). Best of luck on your search.
VA-Apraisr 07/20/22 02:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Declared Value Insurance.....any carriers you recommend?

Yep, nothing left to chance with insurance underwriters/policies. I have a 750hp 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee I used to race (now just a toy) and had a declared value on that for $25k (just the cost of the engine setup) and didn't have a problem. Fingers crossed I'll try Progressive/State Farm/American Family for some input. Thanks again all! PS: And yes, had left the beach due to lightning approaching and one gal on the beach was holding her pole and lightning struck the ocean and she felt it in the pole and dropped it and ran to the truck. I never fish in the storm and left accordingly but somehow it decided to send me a signal :(
VA-Apraisr 05/26/22 04:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Declared Value Insurance.....any carriers you recommend?

I expect resistance for sure. Just know the 4x4 conversion is now $20-23k range alone and upgraded the entire interior, lithium battery system, suspension, solar, etc. and the only reason I dropped my comprehensive a few years back was because they based it on a stock 2003 RV and had a value of around $9000. I'll make some calls and see what I can do to try and get some reasonable coverage in case "lightning" strikes again. Thanks all!
VA-Apraisr 05/25/22 02:42pm Class C Motorhomes
Declared Value Insurance.....any carriers you recommend?

Was fishing this past weekend and lightning struck a 13' graphite fishing rod on the front of my RV in the cooler rack. It vaporized the rod completely and broke front windshield but otherwise not damage to RV. I only carry liability insurance, so, this would have been devastating if my RV had burned up. Since it's 4WD and customized, want to insure it for comprehensive/total-loss insurance with a declared value of $60,000. Any insurance carries you'd recommend before I do the dreaded Google search which will automatically generate wayyyyy to many inquires from every insurance provider out there?
VA-Apraisr 05/23/22 03:10pm Class C Motorhomes
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