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Old 08-04-2016, 12:21 PM   #11
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Cant Joe...I made one more attempt at sending a PM to you...
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Old 08-04-2016, 12:44 PM   #12
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Klondike.... I also sent the message below via PM. Just wanted to post it here to make sure you received it.
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I just don't know what's happening to the PMs. I have been sending and receiving them from my son in P'cola without a problem. I also had contacted the PFF Admin to see if there is a problem and have sent and received PMs from them.

Once again, if you will send me an email I feel certain that we can connect. Or give me a call.... on the cell number because I will be out most of the day working at the church. Cell # 850-77four-eight zero one zero.

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Old 08-06-2016, 07:40 AM   #13
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BTT for my Winnebago. It is in great condition with a set of brand new tires and ready for fall tailgating or hunting camp duties.

Better hurry on it before it gets sold.

cjuapc(at)gmail.com
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Old 08-09-2016, 02:57 PM   #14
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Wanted to post some additional pictures of my MH and one that shows where my baby has been spending her time lately.

The interior pic taken from the front looking back towards the bedroom is showing the LR slide retracted and shows how open the interior is when closed up and heading down the road. You have access to the BR, fridge, sink, etc.

Send me a PM if you have any interest and we can make contact to talk about my Winnie Brave. You can also e-mail me at cjuapc(at)gmail.com

I also have and can take additional photos of anything you may want a better look at.
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Old 08-15-2016, 01:39 AM   #15
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Wanted to add a couple of more photos and add to the description.

First the description....
If you have researched my MH, you have probably seen references to a brake recall on this Workhorse chassis. The recall was related to the calipers on all 4 of the disc brakes because under certain conditions they would fail to totally release causing a dragging brake and causing it to overheat. You would be driving along, particularly in stop and go traffic or with some stops on a highway, and the first couple of things you might notice would be that the transmission would hold a gear longer than usual when accelerating or start noticing a pull to the right or left when driving on a straight road.

I experienced this on my MH a couple of times and on 2 separate occasions I had front calipers replaced. An extended warranty helped cover the costs on them. Then, even tho the Feds were investigating this problem we had been reporting, and had not issued a recall, I decided to go on and replace the 2 rear calipers on my dime to give us peace of mind on this issue. Made several trips without any problem so ever. Then I got the official recall which called for replacement of the calipers with a new design caliper. I took it in to a Workhorse dealer and had all 4 replaced to make sure once and for all it was fixed. Have not had or heard of any problems since.

So you can rest assured that the brakes are in good shape. I also have recently had the brake system flushed and refilled not too long ago.

Another thing you may have read or heard about it that some Winnebago MH's have had some leakage around the windshield. I had a slight drip at one point and resealed it. No further problem.... however.... in my somewhat anal way when it comes to my 'stuff' and my desire that it always be in top shape and have preventative maintenance done, I had both sides of the 2 piece windshield removed to check for potential leakage possibility.

When the glass was out, it did appear that there was some rust on the metal framework where they were sealed. Had all that ground off repaired and after a really good primer coat, painted with an epoxy paint. Then the glass company reinstalled with new rubber and windshield sealant. Fixed.... Better than new!!!!!

These are the the only two recurring problems I an aware of on this modes of the Winnebago Brave and both have been taken care of on MY motorhome!!!

So, if you have any interest in this excellent motorhome for some fun times.... Think family trips, tailgating, hunting and fishing trips, etc..... get in touch with me via reply on this thread, PM or e-mail ( cjuapc at gmail dot com ) and we can get together in person or by phone to discuss it.

Also don't forget I do have a very good SUV all rigged to tow behind for transportation when you reach your destination. Have the SUV rigged with Blue Ox brackets, lights, towbar and aux brake. If interested we can discuss adding it to a sale of the MH but could not sell it separately before MH sells.

Lets talk.....


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Old 08-20-2016, 12:19 PM   #16
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Storage is usually a big concern of RV'ers. Well, my Winnebago has enough room to take an extra kitchen sink if you feel the need.

There are 7 outside basement storage compartments for carrying your 'stuff', one for the built in propane tank, one for water (water hookup hose, sewer hose, outside shower, etc), one for electrical hook up cable and spare cables plus the cable TV cable and the power switch, etc., and finally one for the Onan Gold 5500 generator. The three storage compartments under the large slide out in the living area and dinette measure nearly 12' in length and can accommodate longer fishing rods, etc.)

I am including a picture of the weight sticker on this Winnebago so you can get a good feel for the weight capacities.

Give me a shout out if you would like to discuss it....

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Old 08-25-2016, 10:32 PM   #17
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Tailgating starts very soon.... Anybody interested?

This would make an excellent ride over to Louisiana for a fishing trip and also give you a mighty nice place to sleep.

Hunting season is also right around the corner and with this self contained motorhome you would have ready made cabin with all the comforts. Generator, water supply, holding tanks, water heater, ducted heater would certainly give you a mighty fine crib.

Drop me a message, PM or e-mail (cjuapc (at) gmail (dot) com, andlets talk about it.

Also open to any comments, suggestions, ideas, etc. They would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-26-2016, 09:32 AM   #18
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You should also advertise in Craigslist in Louisiana, with all the flooded houses, the market may be better over there right now.
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Old 08-26-2016, 01:47 PM   #19
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Great idea BT..... Thanks!!!!!!

I actually had not thought about that unfortunate situation as being a location where housing would be in short supply.

I have a guy who is to look at it today as well as a doctor friend who lives around the corner from me who has shown it to his wife and something may work out there. If both of these fail to materialize, Louisiana CL.... here I come.

Thanks again,

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Old 09-13-2016, 01:09 AM   #20
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Looks like the UWF football team is off to a good start in their Inaugural season. Support the team by tailgating in a super clean motorhome that is in GREAT shape.... then take off after the season and head out for a hunt in your portable hunting lodge. Just an idea and I do realize that some of you may like to head to the Keys for a bit warmer water and some great fishing.

As I said, just an idea to plant and watch it germinate.
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