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Old 03-08-2012, 08:22 AM   #15
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We've put on almost 100,000 miles on our current motorhome over the last 11 years. In all those miles and all those years the worst thing ve've had go wrong is a leaking valve stem on one of the tires.

When we had new tires installed they were balanced with EQUAL balancing powder. The valve stems they installed had a curve in them that caused the valve core to make a slight bend. When the valve core flexed the filter screen wasn't properly positioned and let some of the powder get caught in the valve core. Other than that there haven't been any problems that slowed us down or caused us to change any plans.

Like others we carry an extra quart of oil, a belt, a few bulbs and fuses. So far none of the spare parts have been used. We still leave them there for peace of mind. Hopefully they'll all get transferred to the new motorhome when the time comes.
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