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General Discussion / Re: The Journey Begins - New 2552
« on: July 01, 2023, 08:43:22 pm »
If you google Phoenix USA RV, Elkhart, Ind. This is their main website. Under Menu go to Owner Resources you will find PDF files to include many manuals for products installed on your PC. These manuals will not solve your current problem with the docking station but there is a load of good information. Hopefully, you want have to use them. The Owners Manual is generic & will not include every item or process. The individual PDF's are available if needed. Hope this helps, Chuck :)

General Discussion / Re: The Journey Begins - New 2552
« on: June 20, 2023, 06:58:38 pm »
We pull a 2017 Jeep Unlimited, 4700lbs as we load it. Highly recommend the Roadmaster InvisiBrake. Once its installed you do nothing & its easy to adjust the braking pressure. Your tow brakes engage when you brake the RV. Our unit is under the Jeep drivers seat but can be installed in other locations. If you use the hook points on your Bronco make sure Ford specs will handle the weight when flat towing. If the Bronco has a locking steering wheel you will need a charge line to the RV battery. Locking steering requires that the Key be in ACC mode when towing. Lots of Jeep owners install all steel bumpers & hook up to the bumper. We use Blue Ox & are very satisfied. Just my 2 cents, Chuck

General Discussion / Re: The Journey Begins - New 2552
« on: June 18, 2023, 06:21:58 pm »
Welcome aboard. You have purchased a great B+ RV. Looks like maybe form D & H RV & Marine? If so, great folks. We have a loaded 2020, including liquid springs, would be happy to share information. We live just east of Raleigh in small town America, Sims, NC. This forum is a great source for information. Wishing you safe travels, Chuck :)

General Discussion / Re: RV Insurance
« on: March 24, 2023, 10:41:31 pm »
Thanks for your replies. I was quoted $925 from Progressive, not bad. FYI, National General, through Good Sam, has a program that allows you to put your RV in storage when not in use. At which time your collision insurance is withdrawn until you take it out of storage. Storage can be a rented storage facility or your home. My renewal policy is $1075 but once I place our PC in storage for December, January, July & August the policy was reduced to approximately $825. National General will send you a check for the storage period. If you remove the RV from storage you will be billed for the time back in use. This program works for us as we don't travel during these months & our PC is stored at our home with FHUPS. Also, they have an app that allows you to manage your policy. You can place your RV into storage/remove form storage by calling through the app. I expect we will add another 6 or 7 weeks to storage. They make it easy to take advantage of this program. You can download their app through the Play Store. Chuck :)

General Discussion / RV Insurance
« on: March 14, 2023, 08:43:44 pm »
I have had my rv insurance with National General (Good Sam) for six years. At my age, going on 80 years young, I don't have replacement value. I have always negotiated a settlement price based on what I paid for the RV. I have never had a claim of any kind. Our cost for $125,000 of coverage during this past year was $1,287.00. We travel about 6 months a year. I expect National General to raise my policy about 10%. I am interested to see what some other owners are paying. As shown in my profile, we own a 2020 2552 loaded with every option including Liquid Springs. If we were to have a large claim, at my age, we would just stop rving. Your thoughts, thanks, Chuck :)

General Discussion / Re: 2023 reunion
« on: February 18, 2023, 11:01:19 am »
Holly, thanks so much, received the pay pal invoice this morning. Chuck

General Discussion / Re: 2023 reunion
« on: February 17, 2023, 08:28:39 pm »
I am a member & filled out the form. Got a email saying they had received my registration. Nothing else. Have no idea if we made the 75 spots.

General Discussion / 2023 reunion
« on: February 17, 2023, 04:36:40 pm »
Anyone know  how many registered or when to pay. This is our 1st time. Don't know how it works? Thanks Chuck :)

General Discussion / Re: Broken entry door lock
« on: February 12, 2023, 12:13:22 pm »
Information for LatchFix:
Robert McClure    785-224-4474
3520 NW 44th PL
Topeka, KS 66618

Trimark has now changed their latch to all steel. Robert is a great guy. Mails orders promptly, USPS 1st class, free shipping.  $45.95 easy fix  :)

General Discussion / Re: Broken entry door lock
« on: February 05, 2023, 08:24:07 pm »
Thanks everyone. Ordered the latch fix. 2o2

General Discussion / Broken entry door lock
« on: February 05, 2023, 01:52:47 pm »
2020 2552 entry door lock latch broke. Looking for a replacement latch kit. I've heard there is an all steel latch replacement kit.? My searches are all negative. Any ideas?

General Discussion / Re: Generator Access 101 on a 2019 PC 3100
« on: November 03, 2022, 07:46:22 pm »
Hank, The gen door on my 2552 just drops straight down, doesn't come out the opening. I always put a folded towel on the ground in case my senior fingers drop it. To replace the door just reverse the order. My 4000 watt Onan has no filter. That's a first for me! Makes changing oil easy. Hope this helps, Chuck :)

General Discussion / Re: Lithium Battery Install
« on: September 14, 2022, 01:42:55 pm »
Well said!

General Discussion / Re: Lithium Battery Install
« on: September 13, 2022, 08:53:18 pm »
PARKGT, Just wanted to let you know about a 2014 CRV  EXL loaded listed on Tiffin Classifieds. The car is ready to tow with low miles. This website is open to the public, google Tiffin Classifieds. Glad to see that Lance helped you through some tough stuff. This fourm will miss his knowledge & respectful manner. A friend & Great Guy! I tried to PM you but you were off line.  :) Chuck  P&S: just looked & there's two for sale now.

General Discussion / Re: Leveler leaking
« on: September 08, 2022, 08:49:25 pm »
I'm thinking you should check the hydraulic fluid. The tank is under your PC on the generator side (if in the same location as our 2020 2552) The level should be checked when there's no pressure on the hydraulics. When there's no pressure on the lines most of the fluid runs back into the tank. Jacks up, no pressure & most of the fluids in the tank. Hope this helps, Chuck :) 

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