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Got her home, drives nice! Generator surges and I've been running it a couple hours with premium in the tank and a can of seafoam but still surging. The shop who cleaned the carb says you can't get a carb kit, have to buy a new carb, we will see if I need to go that far. Buddy Bones says it's hard to keep a generator from some surging.
i found an altitude dial set at 3000' so I turned it down (we at about 600') and most of the surging is gone.. YIPPEE
Why does the first image look like a disconnect between the carb and the intake manifold?
Foto, see that screw on the bottom of the float bowl. If you are going to park it for a while, loosen that screw temporarily. That will DRAIN the float bowl and eliminate a LOT of headaches from varnish in the carb.Most people start the generator every few weeks. I just drain the float bowl on mine.
Camping all over, with a good generator we can boondock, State and National forests like Superior National Forest, nice and cool up there...almost 4 million acres of woods and water. You can camp anywhere there is a pull over or find one of many dispersed campsite that are rustic. Not many regulations on where you camp.Plus I've found a lot of open RV spots mid week, it's not all booked like they say. We already have bookings at two Corps of Engineers campgrounds that are all up and down the Mississippi and other waterways out west. Best part of that is the discount I get with my lifetime seniors national parks pass. Reduces the camp site to half price so $28 for 2 nights (w/electric and water) at a glorious park at the Cross Lake dam a chain of 16 huge pristine lakes up north on the Miss headwaters.Some hwy rest stops allow overnight parking or there's always Cracker Barrel and Wallmart lots.I'll post some pics end of next week from Big Woods State park.. no skeeters there because there is no standing water, streams only in a patch of un cut timber.
I thought of that, so the carb pump or something cuts the flow from the truck gas tank, right? I don't see a fuel tap to turn off.
Just thought of a name..Arvy.Glad i could help
On our first trip. Blow out.. roadside assistant fixed it on side of road for $418. My insurance RSA plan should cover it.Got to our site, Big Woods State Park 2.5 hours late. LR, the campground is about 1/3 full, plenty of open sites.I have good internet through Verizon hot spot.
Oh yes I already plan on all new tires when we get home (40. Miles or so) , just getting the spare replaced for the trip home. Replacing it with same as the new tires I’ll buy. About $1500.
Bought my Class C with 6 beautiful looking 7 year old Goodyear truck tires mounted. About 1,200 miles into a cross country trip the vehicle picked up wobbles at highway speeds. Stopped at a front end shop figuring it was alignment. Owner pulls a wheel and hand spins it on the balancer. There was about a 3/8 inch hop in the thread where it was beginning to delaminate. Long story made short, four of the six tires had the similar failure in progress. Quality tires looked perfect and had 95% thread. No cracks or crazing but they were 7 years old (New England storage area) and they "timed out".
Sounds about right. Paid $1,400 for 6 on my C 7 years ago.Towing a 5er now and just replaced 6 tires on my 3500 dually tow vehicle for $1,600.Freedom from worrying isn't cheap, but it's worth it.I also installed a tire pressure monitor system to watch all 10 wheels.When you start operating closer to rated load limits proper pressure is more critical.
I found this trailer tire while strolling by in my back yard. Two weeks earlier it had been hauling my Falcone and Regin's EV through the Sierra Nevada. Close call. Better quality tires now. Also park with sunlight covers in place now.Patrick HayesFremont CA
and the name of jack kerouac's airstream..
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