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  • Jane & Doc
    Jane & Doc:
    8 hours ago
    Has anyone removed the corner “fireplace “ in any of the Tiffin’s? We purchased a new 2018 37BH off the lot. We would rather move the couch to that side and add a recliner chair to the Drivers side opposite the TV. If so any issues or difficulties
    Thanx
  • Permjit Soomal
    Permjit Soomal:
    Mon at 9:52 PM
    Replacing a cooktop in my Phaeton 2014. Any suggestions as to if I should replace it with induction or propane?
    • Permjit Soomal
      4Travelers
      Tue at 4:01 AM I replaced ours last year with an induction cooktop. It works as advertised and heats faster than the others. It also puts less heat into the coach since it only heats the pans. Good pots and pans are a must to get even heating. It has a wide range of tem...  more
    • Permjit Soomal
      David & Cheryl Scoby
      Tue at 5:25 AM Our induction cooktop, in our 2014 lasted only 2 years.  My wife enjoyed having the induction cooking system.  We replaced the original cooktop with a Wolf brand induction.  It has been working well for us so far.  
  • Bobby & Beverly Young
    Bobby & Beverly Young:
    Mon at 10:50 AM
    Our new Allegro Breeze. We love the independent front suspension and air ride. And so quite. Very livable.
    • Gary & Edi Koss and 9 others like this.
    • Bobby & Beverly Young
      Okietravellers
      Mon at 1:07 PM Very nice!! Enjoy & be safe:)
      Cyndy
    • Bobby & Beverly Young
      Jonathan and Meg
      Mon at 2:48 PM Very nice, good luck with it. I love the colors! :)
    • Bobby & Beverly Young
      Terry & Diane
      Mon at 4:45 PM congratulations and enjoy!
    • Bobby & Beverly Young
      Permjit Soomal
      Mon at 9:50 PM  Beautiful. Congratulations and many safe adventures. 
    • Bobby & Beverly Young
      Robin Deeter (The GOOD ONE!)
      Tue at 5:03 AM Beautiful!
  • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
    Dennis & Sandy Wingate:
    September 23
    Has anyone driven on Rte 50 East out of Reno. We have a 40’ and towing
    • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
      Mark & Robin Green
      September 23 We've driven 50 from Carson City to Ely in our 33AA with a tow in a snowstorm!  Previous poster is right - a LOT of nothing, but the road is good.
    • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
      Gene Meyer
      September 23 Just make sure you fill up first
    • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
      Hank & Shirleen
      September 23 We drove from Reno on I-80 to Fernley and picked up 50 there. We stopped in Fallon for the night and took off from there. We stopped at the visitor center in Fallon and picked up info on Route 50. We stopped at a petroglyphs area and we passed an old Pony...  more
    • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
      Michelle and Bob
      September 23 We thought it had a good road and amazing vistas. Drove it all the way to Utah
    • Dennis & Sandy Wingate
      Jstpeg & Bruce
      Mon at 2:31 PM Yes we drove it both ways. It’s a nice change from I80 and 40. Continue on to 70 across CO for some beautiful fall colors near Vail and Aspen.
  • Mark and Connie Garrett
    Mark and Connie Garrett:
    September 23
    Anyone travelled from Boise Idaho north to McCall Idaho? 55 or 95 n? We are 40 ft towing Jeep Grand Cherokee. Thank you!
    • Mark and Connie Garrett
      Joeg69
      September 23 55 is very crooked from Eagle following the Payette river.  Once you get out of the Canyon it's not to bad.  95 is also crooked but not quite as bad.
    • Mark and Connie Garrett
      Tom & Sue Wyatt
      Mon at 6:55 AM We have driven 55 several times with our MH and toad without a problem. It's a very scenic drive!
  • RCAircraft
    RCAircraft :
    September 19
    Although 90+ today I am thinking about those cold days just ahead. This is my first cold season with our new Allegro. How are the three tanks, fresh, grey, black heated in the 2018 Allegro Open Road 36LA? I sometimes go out on a weekend in sub zero temps ...  more
    • RCAircraft
      RCAircraft
      September 19 Thank you. That is on my list.
    • RCAircraft
      Jonathan and Meg
      September 19 When your gas heat is on you are heating the holding tank compartment as well as the coach. Suggestion, since there is less insulation in that area I would invest a few dollars in a remote thermometer and monitor the heat from inside. After a few cold nig...  more
    • RCAircraft
      Tom & Sue Wyatt
      September 20 The wet bay is the biggest problem. Even with heat from the furnace, pipes in the wet bay will freeze in very cold temperatures. We have wrapped extra insulation around those pipes to help. 
    • RCAircraft
      RCAircraft
      Mon at 7:56 PM I was also wondering about the wet bay and the other bay that holds the fresh water tank. The fresh water tank is about two inches from the bay door. Thank you for the suggestion on insulating the wet bay.
    • RCAircraft
      Tom & Sue Wyatt
      Tue at 5:45 AM We have not had a problem with the fresh water tank freezing. We keep it pretty full of water in cold temperatures. Hide 1 Reply
  • Michelle and Bob
    Michelle and Bob :
    September 19
    We need to replace the fresh water pump in our 08 Allegro Bus. Any recommendations?
    • Michelle and Bob
      Jonathan and Meg
      September 19 Amazon is the source. Here's the thing you will want to match the gallons per minute to what you have right now. My guess is you have a 3-3.5 gallon per minute pump. The reason you don't want to go much higher then what is OEM is the heating unit (HW heat...  more Hide 1 Reply
  • Dave Powell
    Dave Powell :
    September 19
    This morning at 2am our CO2/gas leak detector went off and wouldn’t quit. No amount of resets would keep it from sounding off. We began shutting off things....propane tank, our front A/C unit on our 2016 Allegro 32SA has a heat pump, we shut it off. An...  more
    • John Ford and 1 other like this.
    • Dave Powell
      Mark & Robin Green
      September 19 We were having the same problem with the Co2 detector in our 2016 RED 33AA, although it wouldn't happen on the road, only when it was parked next to the house.  We took it apart, blew it out, nothing worked.  The only thing we could think was th...  more
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      • Dave Powell
        Dave Powell
        September 19 The guy at Tiffin said there were so many things that can set them off (but at 2am?). Hair spray, cleaners used in the coach, almost anything that can be airborne. I blew it out with my compressor (pinched the line to lower the pressure) so we’ll see. ...  more
    • Dave Powell
      Vicki Rush
      September 19 Ours did the same thing .Talked to our dealer he said could be ur aerosol sprays like hair spray or fresheners or if u put a new throw rug in they could set them off. Our was the aerosols. I make sure our bath room door is closed now. The hair spray was the worst
    • Dave Powell
      Mark & Robin Green
      September 19 As a last resort, you can always disconnect it so you can get some sleep! :^)
    • Dave Powell
      Jonathan and Meg
      September 19 Possible your water heater kicked in and there might have been a backdraft.
    • Dave Powell
      Jcharters
      September 20 I have had 16 years in 3 coaches with  co2/gas detectors, all hardwired to 12 volts. All 3 coaches have had false alarms. First the dectector has a life span of about 7 years from the time they are first powered up. As they become older they seem to ...  more
  • Cindy and Ren
    Cindy and Ren :
    September 16
    We are on the road boon-docking as much as possible. How often do we need to run our generator to keep the batteries charged? We have a residential fridge.
    • Cindy and Ren
      Terry & Diane
      September 16 our Alegro open road generator needs to run about three hours every 26 to 27 hours.we use the AGS when boondocking to be sure
    • Cindy and Ren
      Barb & Mike Moseler
      September 16 You should have an Energy Management Control where you can monitor your boltage in the batteries. Its also the system that you set your shore power input when you are plugged in at either 30 or 50 volts. You likely also have Auto Gen Start (AGS) on that p...  more
  • Spencer & Pauline Colquhoun
    Spencer & Pauline Colquhoun:
    September 11
    I write today to say that we got a call yesterday for a spot at the Fall Rally was ours but sadly we had to pass. Hope everyone has fun.
    • Spencer & Pauline Colquhoun
      Amisano
      September 11 That’s a shame, we’re not going either, we’re going to campground host in AZ. I hope all the Tiffin owners have a great time. 
    • Spencer & Pauline Colquhoun
      David H
      September 11 So is there a spot available 
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      • Spencer & Pauline Colquhoun
        Jonathan and Meg
        September 11 Sure there was, but it goes to the next person on the waiting list. Too bad Spence you couldn’t make it.