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hunkaman

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About hunkaman

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  • Birthday 10/29/1951

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

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  1. hunkaman

    towing limits 92 warrior

    hey there rebecca k, i decided not to risk it. the cons out weighed (no pun intended) the pros. i am sure the frame rails could have been reinforced to handle the weight of the 600 coupe, but the other issues concerning the trans, brakes, etc. , made me walk away from the idea. too bad, because i was really excited about having another 600 to ride in while traveling with the winnie. good luck to you. joe from dover.
  2. hunkaman

    Ceiling Sag?

    hi there, the ceiling panel may have separated from the support structure above causing the "sag", if in fact this is what happened, what caused it is the big question. joe from dover.
  3. hunkaman

    Wall paneling questions

    hi there, if you use a quality double sided adhesive tape, such as 3m products, you should have no problems. a smallish spice rack and a few knives is not enough weight to dislodge provided you use a good quality tape. there is a magnetic tape with adhesive on the back side. i have a roll in my shop, it comes in various widths (mine is 2 inches), and the thickness is about 1/8 ". i suggest looking on line for the above mentioned tapes. hope this helps. joe from dover.
  4. hunkaman

    New guy! 1993 Itasca Spirit

    hi there, welcome and good luck with your "new" to you rig. hope your trip back to Texas is pleasantly uneventful. joe from dover.
  5. hunkaman

    selling my toy - what price should I ask?

    so sorry for your loss. i have the same rig, less awning. mine has 57k now. no issues. hope you get the best possible price. and good luck with future adventures. respectfully, joe from dover.
  6. hunkaman

    Roof coating suggestions

    i doubt an 85 would be rubber, i thought that rubber roofs were later. my 92 winnie original was aluminum. just my opinion, maybe someone has more factual info. joe from dover.
  7. HI THERE, AS LINDA COMMENTED, DOES NOT LOOK, FROM PICS, REALLY ALL THAT BAD. HOPE THIS IS TRUE, AND YOU CAN SAVE ANOTHER TOYA MH TO LIVE ANOTHER DAY. BEST OF LUCK. BTW, THE PEOPLE HERE ARE A GODSEND FOR ALL YOUR FUTURE QUESTIONS, JOE FROM DOVER
  8. hunkaman

    First-time owner seeks advice

    hey there, i totally agree with all the above advice and comments. in my non expert opinion, you stated several times the openness and honesty of the owner in relating the previous water damage and the photos seem to indicate the rebuild was properly done, with all that said there will be other issues to attend, as suspension, mechanical, etc., i say trust you gut, hope all goes well. joe from dover.
  9. hunkaman

    Upgrading to Shoulder Belts Up Front

    possibly original seats were replaced less shoulder belt (s) ??? joe from dover
  10. hunkaman

    Looking at an 82' Sunrader

    am i seeing a hood scoop? joe from dover.
  11. hunkaman

    Black streaks

    buy a bottle of black streak remover. joe from dover.
  12. hunkaman

    Floor question

    photos of a ( your) problem are often very helpful to diagnose the situation properly. joe from dover.
  13. hunkaman

    Rubber Roofs

    I am no expert on roofs, I can relate what I was told by the rv shop that replaced my roof ( originally aluminum) on my 92 Winnie. the shop replaced my roof with rubber. the shop owner told me that the rubber roof material is the industry standard now. back in the day the rubber material was not used. to my understanding, you need not coat a rubber roof unless you have a cut or hole in the membrane. proper cleaning and using a cleaner with a uv protectant should be sufficient. with older aluminum roofs, you are subject to developing cracks and pin holes in the aluminum as it ages, therefore requiring a coating being applied. joe from dover.
  14. I use a type of rolling scaffold commonly referred to as a "baker". it will fit over the front of the cab. side to side it clears the fenders. the platform that you stand on is adjustable for height. I adjust mine to about a foot above the hood. I can then reach the clearance lights easily. "bakers", can be found at harbor freight, and the big box stores such as lowes. they are about $200.00. often on sale at HF, for $150.00. joe from dover.
  15. POSTED ABOUT 8 HOURS AGO: 1986 TOYOTA MOTOR HOME, CRAIGSLIST, AKRON OHIO. MOTORHOME IN NEAR BY STOW, OHIO. POST INDICATES COACH REBUILT WITH NEW EXTERIOR WALLS, (LOOKS LIKE FILON, WHITE, NO GRAPHICS) AND RUBBER ROOF. ASKING $9,500.00 I BELIEVE IT STATED UNDER 30K MILES. 22RE MOTOR. ABOUT A DOZEN PICS ON POST. ALSO, SET OF TAIL LIGHTS FOR TOYA ON COLUMBUS, OHIO CRAIGSLIST ($60.00) HAS PIC. JOE FROM DOVER.
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