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Maineah

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  1. Maineah!  Thanks for taking time to help.  It is appreciated.  I got the lock fixed.  Used a 11/8 instead of 1 in.  I'm not sure exactly what I am missing with the screen door.  Maybe I can get a picture from another warrior close to my 1994.  Thanks again.  I'm sure I will have more questions.

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      The screen doors had a sliding plastic piece that slid to allow you to reach the outside door knob when it was closed. RV stores should have them they were slightly different so it would be best to measure the opening they come in clear or tinted. Most of the stuff like that will be standard camper/motorhome seen one you have seen them all.

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  2. 92 ran yesterday now just a solenoid click, that may be the coach solenoid I hear, any tips. , battery good,

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      If it's the starter clicking there are two brass contacts inside of the starter that are bad it is a easy fix but finding some one to do it maybe a problem they will want to replace the starter for the want of $8 worth of parts.

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  3. I recently bought a 1992 Toyota Itasca and it has an Onan 2.8 generator, but I can't get the A/C to run with the generator going. I am new to having a RV so any thoughts are appreciated. The previous owner had run the A/C once with the generator on, in the year he owned it.

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      I would have some one check the gen. output first.

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  4. I have a 90 Seabreeze with a 4.11 to 1 rear end has anyone chgd ratios to 4.56 or 4.88 rear end. for better fuel performance.

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      Won't help the mileage but it will help the power up hills (at the expense of mileage)

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  5. I just purchased a 1979 toyota "Galavan" motorhome. I'm concerned about the rear axle problems I've read about in the forums. I have the 5 lug axles with duel rear wheels. (the wheels appear to be welded together. It's a small motor home with no toilet or shower. The vehicle has 95K origional miles and the seller says he's never had any problems. Should I be concerned?

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      Have it weighed you'll be better off with a single wheel if it's light enough

  6. how many cans of r134a to fill a 0 pressure compressor low reservoir?

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      Your system had r12 in it and unless you drain the compressor oil you are going to have issues if you put r134 in it. The sticker will only be half truth with r134 r12 oil and r134 oils are completely different. You'll need to check pressure against air temp to charge it properly.

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  7. Just had rear axle replaced with full floater; came back and brakes have to really be pressed to get stopping... is this normal for 1 ton rear drums?

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      The 1 ton's do have hard pedal they stop fine just don't feel like it. I'll assume it's not mushy just feels like it's not doing much like bufbooth said make sure the proporsioning valve is adjusted to the max.

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  8. Sadie sits through the winter. While I make puppets and practice my fiddle....oh...and work.

    1. Maineah

      Maineah

      What? ruin a perfectly good winter by working?

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