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guitarlover519

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About guitarlover519

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  • Birthday 05/19/1990

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1991 Winnebago Warrior

    120k

    new jasper engine at 20k

    interior completely remodeled

    generator

    f150 rear suspension

    reinforced frame





    SOLD 7/14

    1981 Oaklander

    Diesel 2.2 non turbo

    5 speed

    updated 1 ton axle with 40k

    83k on the chassis






    SOLD//////////////////
    1984 Sun Land Express

    118k

    Rooftop AC

    Cedar Floors

    New Tires

    new Brakes

    Everything works!

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  1. Does anyone have any info about the load capacity of the 1978 chinook? I am going to look at one tomorrow morning to possibly purchase. It has the regular single tire rear end without the fake dually. So it's a 1/2 ton axle? The camper is completely stripped inside, so my question is what would be my safe weight capacity inside for people and my furniture.
  2. 1991 Winnebago V6 $4300

    If anyone wants to make me a offer, I am really trying to sell before winter. I have a small warehouse, and I really would like to trade down for a bandit or a chinook so I can park indoors for the winter. Willing to let the winne go for as low as 3800 if someone is willing to drive to the UP to get her. If I don't sell by winter, I'll be giving her a overhaul and raising the price to 5k come spring
  3. 1991 Winnebago V6 $4300

    It does have some de lamination. And with the floor perhaps! It would make sense. Either way I think I am keeping it now (:
  4. Hey guys, I am thinking about tackling this problem this winter since I have a large garage now that I can pull into. Was thinking about making a frame that will support the AC like I've seen here and on Google, but am afraid that this won't fix my sag problem. Any input?
  5. Sagging Roof On 1991 Winnebago

    Hey everyone, I have a sagging roof due to my AC, and was wondering how tough of a job it is to correct. What does the repair entail?
  6. Roof Sagging Woes

    Hey everyone Noticed on a trip a few weeks ago that the roof is sagging enough to collect water near the AC unit when I'm in the right position. What are my next steps to reversing the roof sag?
  7. Generator For My 1989 Itasca Spirit

    Sorry for the autocorrects in that, jeesh
  8. Generator For My 1989 Itasca Spirit

    I have a 91 Winnie with a 3 year old onan 2800 that was professionally installed for 2800. To be honest, I'm not entirely impressed with the unit. I know they last if properly maintained, but it has had a decent amount of problems since I owned it. They have a computer that complicates things, and they are a bit of a pain to diagnose. The local onan shop wanted 250 to simply diagnose it when I asked. Mine may need a carb rebuild due to sitting for a bit from the previous owner. I did manage to get it working for the entire weekend just last week and it got the job done, though I did have a few issues I worked through. I will say that the muffler is already degrading quite a bit for a 3 year old unit that cost nearly 3k
  9. 1991 Winnebago Warrior Fuel Line

    Ok figured out a way to plug it! But looks like it's going to be a chore to get to the back of the generator to hook up the new one
  10. 1991 Winnebago Warrior Fuel Line

    I have a leaky line that runs from my tank to generator. Anyone know what size I need to buy to replace that? Also, to drive it home can I just cut and plug it ?
  11. 16.99 for the rear, and 45.99 for the front right linda? Just making sure i am looking at the same ones as you. I have an O Reilly's in town here
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