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    Owners of Winnebago RVs to share helpful tips while on the road in regards to maintenance, improvements, or to share experiences.

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  • Cindy & Norm Kelley
    Cindy & Norm Kelley :
    Mon at 8:08 PM
    Hi Guys! We recently purchased this 2010 Access Winnebago. We are contemplating not storing and doing a trial "live in" for winter before we can hopefully begin to workamp some next year. Does anyone have any hard winter suggestions? Anything will be ...  more
    • Cindy & Norm Kelley
      cptdzl
      Tue at 5:25 AM I just read another groups discussion on winter, but let me preclude my comments on my experience is just long enough to get from the northeast to warmer temps in January. Anyways, it seems the top 2 concerns is moisture/condensation inside the RV. There ...  more
    • Cindy & Norm Kelley
      Cindy & Norm Kelley
      Tue at 5:42 AM Yes and so many thanks for the time spent on this.  We are reading a lot, but feel so much better getting back-up from "friends" here on RVillager.  Happy Travels!
  • Ray & Diane U.
    Ray & Diane U.:
    September 16
    Just bought a 2005 Vectra 36rd. Thought I would join your group to get more info. It has the 350 diesel my first and love the way it handles.
    • cptdzl and 1 other like this.
    • Ray & Diane U.
      cptdzl
      September 16 Cat or Cummins, I can help with the cat motor. Freight liner chassis correct?
    • Ray & Diane U.
      Ray & Diane U.
      September 16 Cat 350 Freight liner and allusion 6-speed auto.
    • Ray & Diane U.
      Rudi schaffner
      September 16 we have a 2006  journey with a 350 cat never had any problems' love the exhaust brake
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      • Ray & Diane U.
        Dave and Connie
        September 16 Hopefully my future coach- a Journey diesel. Is yours a 360 hp?
      • Ray & Diane U.
        Ray & Diane U.
        September 16 No 350 Cat. Has lots of power and does hills nicely.
      • Ray & Diane U.
        Ray & Diane U.
        September 16 Love the Exhaust brake go over the hill from NV to Ca at least once a month. Great for keeping is slow and easy over the Sierra's.
  • Jeff512
    Jeff512 :
    September 2
    I just took delivery of my Aspect, took it out on it's maiden voyage this weekend. One issue that seems to perplex me is leveling it. Had a horrible time at the camp ground. the first two sites (back in) were so pitched that the jacks took the rear tires ...  more
    • Abraham & Eli Solomon and 1 other like this.
    • Jeff512
      Jim & Glenda
      September 13 Did you buy it in Forest City?
    • Jeff512
      Jeff512
      September 13 I did, and the jacks worked just fine at Lichtsinn and again at my parents. Which leads me to believe it was my inexperience. Hide 1 Reply
      • Jeff512
        Tom & Marsha Smith
        September 13 Jeff512 .. The more you camp the more you will get to know your Winnebago. Key here is patience and don't get frustrated .. Comes with time ..
    • Jeff512
      Tom & Laura
      September 14 It need to be rezeroed you can take it back to the dealer and they will rezero it. I would also pick up a 10pack of orange leveling block that you drive on or back up on. , to use with the levers
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      • Jeff512
        BE&CI
        September 14 Have never been able to drive onto the blocks, suggestions??
    • Jeff512
      Clifford and Marilyn Carroll
      September 14 We drive an Aspect too and the first thing I do when the campground guide takes me to my site, is to have him wait until I level our RV. If I can't get it level without blocks or lifting any of the wheels off the ground within a couple of tries, I simply ...  more
    • Jeff512
      Jeff512
      September 15 Update: First I want to thank everyone for their help and words of wisdom. I just got a decent set of leveling blocks and set them up under the wheels at the low end of the coach, leveled just fine on automatic, didn't seem to raise any side any more than...  more Hide 1 Reply
  • Eudoxia67
    Eudoxia67 :
    August 27
    Just wanted to say a quick hello to everyone because I just became a Winnebago owner too! I just bought a 2000 Brave 30A. This is my first RV so I am quite the newbie! I have been a dreamer for about 5 years now, so I am happy to finally be able to join y...  more
    • Hank & Shirleen and 9 others like this.
    • Eudoxia67
      Mike Leslie
      August 28  Welcome!  
      I found it helpful to also join the Winnebago group, and WIT club.  We also are in a local chapter and have learned a lot talking to people on the WIT Chapter Campouts.  
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      • Eudoxia67
        Pamela Finney
        August 28 What is the WIT club? We have a Winnebago Vista 30’ with one full driver side slide and love it.
      • Eudoxia67
        Ed & Betsy Mayr
        August 28 Winnebago International Travelers. We also belong to a local chapter, we have learned s lot & have fun. Go to the Winnebago (WIT Club). You will find listings of all chapters by state.
      • Eudoxia67
        Pamela Finney
        August 28 Thank you. Will do. We are from Oregon, expect we will find one.
    • Eudoxia67
      Kyle Stuart
      August 29 Congratulations! I’m a newbie too. I bought my 2000 32V on July 3rd and it’s been in the shop ever since. Some day I’ll take my maiden voyage. Until then best of luck!
    • Eudoxia67
      Eudoxia67
      August 30 It looks like the same color scheme...lol
    • Eudoxia67
      Tim & Susie Zich
      August 31 Welcome to the wonderful world of RVing and Winnebago. We are on our 2nd Winnebago and love them. Hope you have lots of adventures and many miles of safe travels!
    • Eudoxia67
      Ed & Betsy Mayr
      September 14 Welcome to RV community! Enjoy & have fun.
  • Gary & Diane Munson
    Gary & Diane Munson :
    August 22
    If you have a newer Winnebago Vista motorhome, you may want to look at the gaskets on your Command Electronics taillights. This also applies to any model that does not have the fiberglass rear cap (those have different lights). In about 3 years, the gask...  more
    • MichRich57 and 5 others like this.
    • Gary & Diane Munson
      Blaze
      August 22 Thanks for the tip. I’m sure this will happen and I’ll put it down
      as a reminder to check the tail lights.
  • RVillaging With Ollie
    RVillaging With Ollie :
    August 22
    Does anyone out there have a Winnebago Vista 35F? I'm in the process of moving to a class A and have my eye on a couple of these. I'm wondering how you like it, how does it drive, anything else you do or don't like? I'm concerned that having the bath and ...  more
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    • RVillaging With Ollie
      Oscar and Antonieta and Oscar
      August 23 We own a Sunstar LX 35F it should be similar. We are very happy for the 1 1/2 and it is a most for us. Our washer is located in the closet of the main room Hide 1 Reply
  • Lois Michele
    Lois Michele:
    August 15
    Hello, I want to grease and lube the chassis myself (2000 35U Adventurer) I found steering linkage and a chassis diagram online with the grease points. I also found out about the rear differential and parking brake fill plug and needing to raise the fron...  more
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    • Lois Michele
      Tom & Marsha Smith
      August 15 You should be able to use Lithium Grease. Should onl y need a couple of squirts. Don't want to over grease and break the seals.
    • Lois Michele
      Gary & Diane Munson
      August 16 Easy to do yourself!  Go to Autozone or OReilleys to get a grease gun if you do not have one. I prefer the ones that take the 'full size' grease cartridge. Also, the guns with the large lever are easier to pump than the ones with the "pistol grip". T...  more Hide 1 Reply
      • Lois Michele
        Lois Michele
        August 16 Thank you!  Is it necessary to jack up the front axle to grease the king pins? Also, when I was under the RV, I think I was looking at the front drag link and it didn't have a fitting or an open port, just a round, flush with the metal, plastic plug ...  more
    • Lois Michele
      Gary & Diane Munson
      August 22 Greasing the wheel bearings is a job best left to the pros. Adjusting bearings is an art that you need to be taught by someone skilled.Too tight or too loose can be a disaster in the making.  I would have it done unless you know for sure the last tim...  more Hide 2 Replies
      • Lois Michele
        Tom & Marsha Smith
        August 22 Agree .... Greasing the wheel bearings needs to left up to the pros. I have done it on my cars and trucks in my younger years but leave that up to the pros now days.
      • Lois Michele
        Lois Michele
        August 22   Thank you so much!  I will definitely leave the wheel bearings to a pro.  If I ever use a bottle jack I will also use a jack stand. I feel confident about greasing the chassis now! :)
    • Lois Michele
      Gary & Diane Munson
      August 24 I wouldn't worry about the jackstand. You are not actually lifting the coach clear off the ground. As you pump up the bottle jack, you'll see a slight movement at the king pin joint indication the weight is coming off of it. That's all you need to be sure...  more
  • Marcia and Fred
    Marcia and Fred:
    August 14
    Have question. We have a 2015 Forza. We had satellite tv. DIrect tv. We no longer have direct tv and just want to use the antenna for now. We connected the coax cable to anntenna and to the television. The antenna lights are on but the tv is not rec...  more
    • Marcia and Fred
      Ann & Paul
      August 14 I dont believe that The Weather Channel is available over the air, and without Dish or DirecTV, you wont be able to get it.
    • Marcia and Fred
      debwerni
      August 14 No you will not be able to get the weather channel but you could pull off and get local weather if it is looking bad.  We have weather radio's we use as well.
      Do you  have a box that your cables go into then from there goes  to the t...  more
    • Marcia and Fred
      Marcia and Fred
      August 14 I guess maybe I should have said local channels for news and weather. We just can t understand why we can't get them. Wondering if why the tv not recognizing the use of the antenna
    • Marcia and Fred
      Hoffie
      August 14 Here are a couple of things to check. First, you will probably need to turn on the antenna booster if you have been using cable hook ups while on the road. Should be a button somewhere in the coach (on antenna control box or where all the tv connections a...  more Hide 1 Reply
    • Marcia and Fred
      Ricky Prevatte
      August 14 More than likely it will be in the cabinet where your DVD and other television control boxes are. Do you not have a weather radio in your coach? We are also considering using a Amazon fire stick in our coach we never have hooked up DIRECTV in our 2013 adventure.
  • Deborah and Terry
    Deborah and Terry :
    August 13
    We bought a 2004 Journey two years ago and it isn't pulling the mountains out west without overheating. Any suggestions of after market parts we could add to help it cool.
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    • Deborah and Terry
      Tom & Laura
      August 13 I would also check or replace the thermostat, might not be opening all the way. Also check the fan clutch .
    • Deborah and Terry
      Vince & Sue
      August 13 Had the same problem in Arizona last year and had the fan clutch and thermostat replaced and no real problems since.  I will get hot when stuck in traffic on a hot summer day probably due to insufficient air flow through the engine compartment.  ...  more
    • Deborah and Terry
      Ricky Prevatte
      August 14 Who cleaned your radiator? By that I mean did you see it done. The radiator should be cleaned on both sides. I would not spend one penny until I was absolutely sure that radiator is clean I had a friend with an older holiday rambler got his radiator clean...  more
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      • Deborah and Terry
        Deborah and Terry
        August 14 Hubby spent the last couple of days cleaning it very well.
        It was pretty dirty.
    • Deborah and Terry
      Deborah and Terry
      August 17 Thanks to everyone on great suggestions. I will try to find my post to follow up on what the problem is once we have a solution. Hide 1 Reply
      • Deborah and Terry
        Tom & Laura
        August 17 It would be nice to know what the problem was. TIA
    • Deborah and Terry
      Gary & Diane Munson
      August 22 With it being 15 years old, if the previous owners did not replace the coolant as the manual directs, the radiator may well be internally clogged up. Drain it down a little and look down into it with a flashlight. If you see deposits, you can be sure the ...  more
  • Colleen and Belinda
    Colleen and Belinda:
    August 13
    Hello fellow Full time RVers. Question. we just traveled cross-country, and didn't seem to have any problems finding or reserving camping spots. Now that we've made it to the West Coast the only spots were finding are for a couple of days. We planned on s...  more
    • Colleen and Belinda
      Marilyn & Grant
      August 13 It is typical for July & August on the WC. September usually shows a decrease in people camping as the kids are back in school. I would advise that you book your WC camping spots now for September. Hide 1 Reply
      • Colleen and Belinda
        Vince & Sue
        August 13 You also have to consider the fires burning all over California that have displaced people from their homes and camping locations in the fire zones.  We've traveled California in the summer and winter and never had a problem booking a site on the spu...  more
    • Colleen and Belinda
      Colleen and Belinda
      August 13 Oh ok good point thank you
    • Colleen and Belinda
      BJP23
      August 14 The state and national parks fill up pretty fast - even in the winter. While you might find spaces for middle of the week, weekends get reserved 6 months in advance as soon as the reservations are available online. Privately owned parks usually have space...  more