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Old 05-22-2018, 12:20 AM   #1
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Hi I live in a 1985 Itasca windcruiser. It has 25,000 miles. I have been restoring and modernizing it. I live in SoCal. So Iím moving to maryland. Before I got the motorhome it had been sitting since 1992. I put a battery in it started it and drove it to the RV Park. Since getting to RV Park I have flushed the brake system and bled them. Replaced the fuel fill hose. Engine oil. I have 2 new tires and 5 more ordered. I have replaces a lot of the vacuum lines. And plan to drain the transmission and replace the filter and replace the rear end fluid. Am I missing anything? Plan on driving to San Diego about 90 miles each way and maybe another 150 mile each way trip before going cross country. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
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Flexable lines/hoses In the braking system ok ?
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hoses, belts, shocks, springs? inspect the roof and consider having it smoke tested for leaks? windshield solid in its frame? as i tell my mechanic...if it’s loose and it shouldn’t be, tighten it. if it squeaks, lube it. good luck.
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