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hunkaman

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  • Birthday 10/29/1951

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1992 winnebago warrior v-6 53k
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    Dover,Ohio

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  1. hunkaman

    1986 Toyota Dolpin roof question

    there are different types of plexi. some are made with a uv protectant. if it is not the uv type it will, over time degrade developing cracks. becomes extremely brittle and probably leak . also how thick is the plexi ? as linda said, reinforcement for load bearing is critical. my vote for this roof remodel is - "no way" joe from dover.
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    Poppy 1 - Permission to Board?

    good advice derek… my thoughts, if someone won't work for beer....keep looking. joe from dover.
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    Should I buy this!!!?

    can someone explain the air hose (s) on the rims? does one feed to the other? thanks. joe from dover.
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    Source of Overhead Cab Leak Found

    I HAVE A 92 WINNIE WARRIOR. YOUR DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA BEING "SOFT" INDICATES TO ME WOOD ROT OR DAMAGE BEHIND THE FIBERGLAS. IF THIS IS THE CASE, YOU MAY BE LOOKING AT A MAJOR REPAIR. ANOTHER POSSIBILITY IS THE FIBERGLAS HAS DELAMINATED, AND THERE IS A WAY TO FIX THAT WITH ADHESIVE. BEST OF LUCK. JOE FROM DOVER.
  5. I replaced my entire outdoor shower. I believe E TRAILER had the whole kit, including the locking enclosure, faucet, hose and wand for less than I could replace the faucet for. I did not use the enclosure, I just needed the other parts, faucet, hose and wand. a PO, had replaced the faucet at some point with a bath room vanity faucet from home depot or lowes. it was a poor choice, all the RV hose and wands have a different thread than the home version. explains why there was no hose and wand when I bought my Winnie. I think I spent less than $35.00 for the new unit. install is a breeze if you can have someone inside and someone outside. my someone outside was called duct tape. joe from dover.
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    Kathy

    hi Kathy, welcome to the TOYOTA MH WORLD. I suggest that you spend some time searching the forum. the great people here have a vast history of "been there, done that". many questions have been answered and very often links to products, suppliers, or other info are provided. as I have learned the past three years, this group of people are gold. often posting a picture of what you are asking about is very helpful in obtaining an answer. best wishes. joe from dover.
  7. hunkaman

    Painting over decals

    just a heads up about paint over decals. my warrior had failed (cracked) decals which a PO had painted over. the cracks telegraphed through the paint. very ugly. I completely removed the affected decals and replaced with new. if your decals are not damaged or cracked you are probably good to go. joe from dover.
  8. make sure to clean the window tracks. any small amount of dirt and debris can make sliding the windows very hard. I had issues with my windows not sliding as well. I was surprised to discover the amount of dirt laying in the track. once cleaned they were much easier to slide. joe from dover.
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    towing limits 92 warrior

    WME-- my rig has a frame mounted 2 inch receiver. also has a trans cooler. a larger trans cooler makes sense. I guess the brakes are what they are. not sure how you would beef up or improve on brakes. thanks for the insight, good info. LINDA -- yes a 72 Honda 600 coupe, ironically, I purchased the same car in 1972. my first new car! I was 21 years old then!!! I paid under $1,800.00 for the car then. NOW -- seen a couple on CL and other places, in good condition for 10k plus, in totally restored condition, 22 to 27k unbelievable ! if I only knew. thanks for the help. joe from dover.
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    towing limits 92 warrior

    I am sure this has been discussed before, but I would appreciate input from others. I was wondering if It would be realistic/ possible (with out potential major damage to drive train) to tow a 1500 pound vehicle. the vehicle actually weighs 1312 pounds curb weight. with a tow bar I figure close to 1500 pounds. most trips would be under 600 miles round trip, local to me in the Midwest (central ohio), and not planning to go to the rockies or farther west. any input, thoughts, experiences, would help before I actually purchase the vehicle. thanks in advance. joe from dover
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    STOCK REVIEW MIRRORS

    the stock mirrors are available. the brand is "velvac" I believe, both curved and flat I think E TRAILER had them. joe from dover.
  12. hunkaman

    Summer Rally

    anyone having a Midwest ( ohio, Indiana, Michigan, pa. ) area rally ? joe from dover.
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    Roof Replacement: ¼" Luan vs. ⅛" Hardboard

    what fred said. joe from dover
  14. hunkaman

    Essential accessories

    I have found leveling blocks a must. maybe off topic of "essentials". I also take a 10' x 10' pop up since I have no attached awning. provides protection from rain, sun etc. it is not an expensive one, about $60.00 on sale from HF, also from HF, I carry a poly tarp and some bungee straps. maybe some difference of opinions on this, but I use the RV toilet paper only. this is only my third year owning a toya MH, I find that the process of what I take is always evolving. I started with a standard drip coffee pot, I now have a small (4 cup ) model, similar to the ones you find in motel rooms. saves a lot of space and weight. just one example, as you gain more experience, you learn. lot of great tips and ideas I have adopted from the "old timers" here. good luck. happy camping. joe from dover.
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    Essential accessories

    beer. joe from dover
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