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darrel

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About darrel

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    Darrel

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    Male
  • Interests
    boating, fishing, gardening, hunting, woodworking, and most of all TRAVELING, and now wine and beer making

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1984 Dolphin, sold it. Now 1994 Winnebago Warrior 321rb
  • Location
    Grants pass, Oregon

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  1. Indede you are correct, its for ducting. Don't have room to route ducting or I don't want to give up the storage space. Darrel
  2. Mine has 91,376 miles no major repair just maintenance. Did have the valves adjusted at 73k, the exhaust definitely needed it. It runs very well even pulling a 1500# boat. No oil burning. Darrel
  3. Did this last year some time. We were running away from the smoke and heat. This year no smoke so far. Setting up camp for 4-5 weeks, fishing, crabbing, and not mowing the lawn. The boat will be tagging along as we did last year. We'll be on Ten Mile lake, Lakeside, Or. Anyone in the area stop by and saw "Hello". Darrel and Gun
  4. Darrel!  Thanks for the pics.  I will close both of the valves and see if that corrects my problem.  I believe the gentleman that had the motorhome had the original valves replaced.  The pics of the water pump.  Did you have to remove the sofa/bed.  If so is that difficult to do?  Do you know if both valves in front of fresh water tank must be closed.  Are both drains for fresh water tank or is one for that and the other for something else.  Your help is greatly appreciated.  I'm trying to learn as much as possible.  Just purchased the 94 last year and am still learning.  One more question.  I would like to replace the waste valves on the gray and black tank.  Is this something I could do?  Is there enough play that when I remove the old valve I can get the new gaskets and valve back in without taking everything aprt.  Thanks again. Ports.

    1. darrel

      darrel

      Removing the couch is easy but awkward I believe there is two bolts on each side. I don't remember what the valves looked like by the water tank, it was 6 years ago. I would saw close them. Run the pump with water in the tank, look under the motorhome below the water tank and see if there is water draining out. The black and gray valves unbolt, put new back in in reverse.

      Darrel 

  5. The valves under the shower pan to the left of your water heater should both be closed in order to pressurize the water system. they most likely will be leaking by now or soon will be. One is a drain for the water heater which drains above the gray holding tank. I had to replace all of my valves. This is the new-larger water tank I installed.
  6. Going to La Pine, Or for the 4th. Frontier Days kick off on the 3rd thru the 6th. Wondering if there is anyone in the area we could meet up with. I know this is short notice, we just decided to do this yesterday. Picture is two years old. Darrel
  7. Back in 2008 I did a road trip to Yellowknife, Northwest Territory, GAS was $7.48 Canadian for 4 liters. Had a $96.00 fill up. Darrel
  8. Hi Mark,

    Just saw that you are selling your motorhome. My wife and I are interested in more info.

    Floor plan, how old are the tires?, any leaks now or in the past, any new parts on the suspension?, transmission service?, engine maintenance, tune up, plugs cap & rotor plug wires, does the refrigerator, stove, furnace, water heater, water pump all work?.   I've been around these motorhomes since 2007 and over 100,000 miles. 

    We would like pictures e-mailed to us.

    Thanks Darrel

    1. markwilliam1

      markwilliam1

      I have many pictures of Grannie on my previous post if you can access them. I’m presently camping in her so no access to a computer but will be home Friday. Extensive mechanical work has been done. She’s turn key. best to call me 3309284116 to much info to list 

  9. Make sure you have a sewer hose connected before you attempt to pull on that screw-bolt. If not stand back. Darrel
  10. Are your tanks full? The Kitchen sink dumps into the gray tank. Darrel
  11. Read my earlier post about the flasher I installed from auto zone. I use cruise control all the time, no problem with it turning off when I step on the breaks. This flasher flashes faster than the original but I wouldn't call it hyper flash. Darrel
  12. When I read this post I had to ask, Did you install the seals in the correct direction? If not they will leak. Darrel
  13. Like Linda said "the air bags come nowhere close to the fuel tank". Yes the tail pipe runs along the left side and exits behind the rear wheel. I remounted the spare wheel to its original position. Had to rewrought the propane lines. I did this because I installed a larger poop tank. Darrel
  14. I'm not sure I like this internet tracking. Just got a feed from Walmart about the Bargman light. $50 free shipping for one light. I paid $50 for two. If you go this rout save the plastic mounting frame between the body and light. Its no longer available. I sanded and painter it. Yes they are LED. Darrel
  15. I have a 94 Warrior also. these are the parts I have installed which you inquired about. The air bags I used are a bit of work to install, but anything different than what was there will have different install points. Glad I did, the old ones leaked. Go to a muffler shop and have a tailpipe fabricated. You may find out the rest of the exhaust system is also shot. The tail lights I got at AutoZone for about $50, they cost more now, that was 5 years ago. They are Bargman part #47-84-005. I also installed a new flasher so the turn signal lights won't hyper flash. Hope this helps. Darrel
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