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    Camping,Fishing, traveling in my motor home

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    1987 Sunrader with 22r 4cyl engine, auto transmission, 140,000 miles
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  1. Thank you very much for all the great input. Very helpful! Iflyfishconmitoyamigos
  2. Outstanding!!! It exists.....whew! Thank you very much! Iflyfishconmitoyamigos!
  3. I will visit a relative with a 30 amp plug in for their trailer, which they occupy. Is there a way that I can piggyback on their 30 amp plug? Some sort of plug in double outlet? I have been exploring but can't find what I have pictured i.e. a 30 amp Y connector. Don't know if it exists? Iflyfishclueless
  4. https://www.ebay.com/itm/SUNRADER-MOTORHOME-OPERATION-SERVICE-MANUALs-for-Toyota-RV-Service-Repair/173936896596?hash=item287f726a54:g:vVoAAOSw7ThUd6N4
  5. You may have already done this but here is a link to a youtube page on fiberglass repair. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+firm+up+spongy+fiberglass+flooring Good luck with it. Keep us posted. Iflyfishwithepoxy
  6. I found the post: Posted June 12, 2017 I went online to find a way to reinforce/repair weak floor in my '87 Sunrader. I ran into this excellent YouTube site where the process is demonstrated. Essentially it involves drilling holes in the existing flooring, injecting an epoxy every 6", pounding dowels into the holes to compress epoxy, then cutting off dowels. This method worked great! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-LIZN-Dtak Day 1 Flooring kit Pro Ebay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HnK2X1EfF8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HnK2X1EfF8 Day 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFvx26P6fFs Drilling the floor I am very pleased with the outcome! Iflyfishwithsolidfloors!
  7. See my post on using epoxy and wood filler. I have a link to video showing the process. Basically it involves drilling holes in 1-2" squares and filling with epoxy then hammering dowels into the holes which you cut off after the epoxy hardens. Worked great in my unit. Hope this helps. Iflyfish
  8. Thanks, good info. We have been looking at this. Do you have solar?
  9. Good stuff!! Thanks WME! As a fisherman I recommend you keep your tip up! Iflyfishconmitoyfriends
  10. Outstanding! Great info. Do you know if this can be used with two six volt batteries? Really appreciate your thinking on this. Iflyguy
  11. I have installed an Inteli-charger in my '87 Sunrader. The inteli-charger pulses 14 amps to the batteries, which keeps them from sulfating the batteries during storage. I lost two Trojan Batteries in my Winnebago View before I installed an inteli-charger. My question is this: If I install solar on my Sunrader will the solar input into the system be pulsed by the inteli-charger or does the solar go directly to the battery without going thru the Inteli-charger? Thanks, Iflyfishelectrified
  12. Best of luck with your project! Lots of good help available here. Linda is an encyclopedia of Toyo MH info! You came to the right place!
  13. Thanks Mainea, Will go the whole route then if I do replace the gauge. Much appreciated. Iflyfishconmitoyamigos
  14. The sensors are working. May just do the panel install. Thanks. Iflyfish
  15. Thanks Derek. Appreciate the info. Iflyfishguagingmytanks
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