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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1990 Itasca Spirit 21'
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    Savannah, Georgia

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  1. What did you do between the old graphics and applying the new? Did you go over the top of the old? They look Great. They would almost be perfect on my rig.....some name changes of course. I'm interested in being your first customer.
  2. Very Sweet !!!! Happy Trails .
  3. Who Cares !!!! Buy It !!! The More Toyota Motorhomes the better.
  4. It doesn't matter if it is a tiny house on a tiny lot, a diesel pusher on a posh pad at the koa, a sailboat on a sweet hook in the keys, or a little bad a__ class c Toy, if it is mobile or cemented into the same acre for life.......that is the true order.
  5. Hey Joseph. Use the search features in the sections that you are having issues with. Works Great. Lots of topics on this. Good Luck
  6. I just had the pleasure(?) of replacing my fridge in my 1990 Itasca Spirit. The video says it all: Replacing The Dometic RM2401 Refrigerator
  7. Question: Is it shifting properly now? Answer: Yes. Opinionated answer based on experience: Leave it alone and keep smiling. Any deviation and you will be back here with LOTS MORE questions. Trust me.
  8. I would ignore, as much as possible the entire living quarters when you walk up. Forget it. You want a solid vehicle to carry the weight and LAST for a while. Before it is even started I would check the oil and water levels, put your eyes on it. Look at the common engine stuff, belts, hoses etc. Test drive the vehicle at least 20-30 minutes. Make lots of stops and reverses etc. Longer if possible to see if it is going to overheat. An hour would be way cool. Finally take her home and park it. Let it cool a bit while your dreaming over the inside of the living area. Then pop the hood and check the fluids again. Get down under the truck and look for leaks, especially one that are really recent, like the last hour. If you get thru all that and it performs good and all else is good then dig into the body. Those issues are as big or small as you want to own. No one can help you there. Good luck and best wishes.
  9. A couple of questions here. Today, in the process of trying to find a part number for my window screen, I also found out that my refrigerator was recalled. So first of all, is there a place where I can get replacment screens for my driver side slider which is the big window on my 1990 Itasca Spirit? I would love to keep it original before I dive into DIY remedies. Second, the NHTSA administration has recalled my fridge (NHTSA campaign #02V277005) because of leaks that could cause fire, harm and death...etc. What is the proper way (the way that works) to make this recall fix,repair or replace thing work for me and my fridge?
  10. The 1990 Itasca Toyota Motorhome is a 21' rear bath motorhome. All original inside and out.........for now. See dozens more photos and technical stuff here: My Flickr Photo Sharing Site
  11. I just stumbled across this and wanted to pass it along. I know dreamers and wishers visit this site and may be ready to buy. This is on the high side money wise but he will get it because it is clean and beautiful. Mechanical? Who knows. Sunrader For Sale
  12. Holy Stuff !!!! Whoops, misspelled that S word. Five days after my tires were supposed to be delivered by Fedex I finally got my tires. I have fought with everyone, Simpletire.com, FEDEX and even the Google Trusted Store folks. Finally after all this time the route owner stepped forward and remembered that he had left the tires at the wrong adress and just brought them to me. Toddy Time !
  13. So I just bought two more of these tires. I saw some cracking from dry rot on the front tires that I had not seen before. So as I knew that I was going to be mounting these tires tomorrow I decided to go ahead and touch up the paint on the rims......hey, aint got to worry about overspray. I got to thinking about the little center inserts on the wheel and it accrued to me that these things may be hard to replace. Am I right? Mounting the new tires tomorrow.......and supervising the tire guy. :|)
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