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darrel

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About 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. 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
  2. When I read this post I had to ask, Did you install the seals in the correct direction? If not they will leak. Darrel
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. I posted this 2 years ago. My furnace would not ignite, everything worked but no fire. I built a manometer to check the gas pressure, it was good. Decides to pull the burner out and take a look. This is what I found, burned up in the flame area. Installed a new burner and it works great. I bought this furnace new in 2007 and used it a lot. 50,000 miles in a Dolphin then in my now Warrior total of 80,000 miles or so. Now another 20,000 miles and it works great.It burned the burner up. Just throwing this out.
  7. Looks like my post didn't go through. What I said, my Warrior v6 gets very warm above the transmission area. Do not have a cat any more, no emissions here. So the heat is from the transmission.Darrel
  8. Thanks Linda and Tika. Darrel
  9. I know that Tika has coordinated this rally in the past. I'm wondering if there will be one this coming year. Darrel
  10. I have been following this thread. When you say on slow turns do you mean with the steering wheel turned to its stop. If so try rubbing some heavy grease on those groan stops. It may help. Darrel
  11. Had to cut this trip short was to cold for our old bones. The furnace really had a work out, did keep us warm but the battery was down to 12.20 volts overnight. The tanks were frozen and needed to be dumped. Darrel
  12. Colors are good but not quite there yet. Not enough cold weather. Did have a great fire last night at Thompson reservoir and 40 or morninge deer came out of hiding. Had to cut a tree that had fallen over the road, good firewood. I forgot to mention a large herd of antelope this morning on the lake edge. Darrel
  13. Colors are good but not quite there yet. Not enough cold weather. Did have a great fire last night at Thompson reservoir and 40 or morninge deer came out of hiding. Had to cut a tree that had fallen over the road, good firewood. Darrel
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