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    Metal works, electrical works, and automobiles

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1990 Itasca Spirit 321RB
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    Pleasant Hill, Calif.

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  1. great deals. I did have similar PTMS installed 3 years ago. It works great and give me a piece of mind. Mine also has temp. display. Only down side is batt. needs repl. every 1.5 - 2 yr. cheap and easy compared to those OEM internal TPMS sensors
  2. Nam

    For Sale

    $28.5K ??? unheard of
  3. love those pictures. Good luck selling it; it's unique though
  4. I think it's a great idea; behind the ladder is the closet so 1"x4" board would work; otherwise I can't think of a way to find stud. Thanks for the tip
  5. I am in the process of mounting the ladder on the Itasca (1990), wondering how to find the stud? would stud finder work?
  6. Saw that on Quora last night and I couldn't agree more. It's way overpriced. I may start a 4x4 RV builder when I retire! For one, the Tacoma chassis is capable to 6000lbs or more....with a couple leaves added and air bags (My 2005 base taco 2.7L I4 with utility box tops 6000lbs at the scale with 288K miles and counting)...so even with a FF axel and some additional goodies...it can't top $100K easily. oh not to mention, you can sell the taco bed for around $8k as well
  7. Hi Linda, 


    Did I see a sticky thread outlining recommended roof sealant and RV caulking that's best for these older toyhomes?


    I found out the original caulk and roof sealant that Winnebago used 30 years ago work better than anything money can buy today?


    Any idea? if not, can we start one?

    1. linda s

      linda s

      Post your information and if more people add to it and I think it's a "go to" post I will pin it so it stays visible. All threads and subjects can be found in a search but sometimes there are just too many of them

  8. Thanks Linda. PUs in those years with power windows and door locks are hard to find. Aftermarket may be the way to go
  9. wondering if stock window motors and regulators from 1989-1995 4runner would fit on '89 and up PU?
  10. GMG, my hat's off for your work. Excellent excellent; have you done additional swap out there? I enjoyed this Christmas morning read. Thank you for your hard work and sharing the experience. 22MPG is unusual in any MH this tall. My 2005 2.7L Tacoma gets only 20MPH with utility box and additional weight.
  11. As I had a need to tow a small boat so no space for the Honda in the rear bumper; I ended with upgrading the alternator, beef up the cables (#2/0), 8000W inverter...and run the AC thru the inverter; it works when needed. Looking to build new litihium ion batteries but ran out of time for now!
  12. Great work! I thought of the same thing as well; however, I didn't like the idea of carry a remote either so I went with the phone instead. Kind of copying Tesla's idea of locking/unlocking with the phone for $10. it works https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082829F9M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1 The rest is straight forward as everyone's done! Happy R'ving
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