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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1989 dolphin sea breeze
    21' 6 cylinder
  • Location
    northeast PA
  1. Had some left over 12V strip light and a non working fluorescent in YODA...so I thought I would pull the guts from the fixture, install 3 led strips in with 3M mounting tape, and see how it would look. Actually worked better than I thought it would. Gives off as much light as the back one that does work, but uses much less power.
  2. If you have a seabreeze it looks like the black tank is fiberglass. and here is the fitting that fits into it. What lube or sealant do you think I should use putting it back together? ...silicone grease?..pipe dope?
  3. Thanks Joe...I did it. Used spray adhesive on all but the edges where I use liquid fabric glue. It is fleece which is easy to work with, folded the edges. Nice not having that pink staring back at me!
  4. OK...got the pics to load. Now some may like pink, but it bothered me every time I looked at them. But I like this camo and have it on my lounger and my wife even likes it.
  5. and here.....https://www.truckspring.com/products/truck-springs/replacement-leaf-spring-90-205.aspx
  6. Had reupholstered the sofa, dinette seats valances, etc...but still had those ugly pink seatbacks looking at me. Got more of the fleece that I used on my lounger and glued it on seats and the board thats above your head when driving. shoot, this pic download did not load Why cant I get pics to load...draged files but they wont load
  7. Solar

    Or buy a folding portable with 30 foot of cable...park in the shade and put panel in sun https://www.amazon.com/ECO-WORTHY-Monocrystalline-Portable-Foldable-Controller/dp/B01M4NH9ES/ref=sr_1_4?s=lawn-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1516898126&sr=1-4&keywords=120+watt+foldable+solar+panel
  8. Going to check this out next week....

    Check under the mattress for rot in the cabover...it looks like some paneling was added at the front.
  9. I'm looking at this exhaust and wondering if it will work on our rigs. I know I would have to add length to the pipe from the converter to the muffler and add a piece to the tailpipe to clear the side. Part I'm wondering most about is the tailpipe if it will clear the sway bar. What do you think? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bosal-286-217-Exhaust-Muffler/302440798753?epid=75363804&hash=item466ae05a21:g:zS4AAOSw8axaAcKc&vxp=mtr
  10. Can't be too bad. Many have gone over 100,000 miles and 26 odd years, and still going!!
  11. Throttle body for 1989

    Wow...look at those prices!...thanks Linda for looking that up. Guess my chances of finding a good used one are very slim!......and Maineah, the reason I was looking for one is the auxilary air valve built into it is totally blocked up and cant get it opened up. Now my understanding is the valve is open when coolant is cold to increase the cold idle, and closes when warm. My warm idle is too high because the valve will not close when warm. So for now, since I dont use the RV when cold anyway, I will try blocking the air passage in the throttle body so it will allow the WARM idle to come down.
  12. Throttle body for 1989

    Anyone know if a throttle body that fits 1990s and 1991s will fit a 1989??...cant find any on Ebay that say compatible with a 1989....I would guess so but don't know.
  13. That's it Linda...you da man!!...errrrr, woman!!...thanks....I couldn't find that anywhere.
  14. Hi...I'm getting stuff together to replace rear brakes and can't find a part number for the axle flange gasket....anyone know what the part number is ??
  15. Coleman TSR Rooftop AC issue

    I would change the capacitor first before I condemned the a/c unit!