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  1. Dave_Jan
    01-30-2020 01:27 PM
    Dave_Jan
    Robby, I have cut out my door window and have the replacement ready to go in. I was looking at your picture and have looked for that shade but i am not able to find it. Did you special order it?
  2. Life on the Verge
    Hey Rob, You seem to be the go to guy for the Senecas. We've got a 2015 that we parked in September. We're about to launch out for warmer weather (We're in VA where the temps have dipped into the 20's a few times). I winterized it best I could- took out the water filter, ran the lines dry (including the washer/dryer lines) and tried to pump the pink stuff in but it didn't work so well. Is there a protocol for getting her back into action? I figured I'd put in the new water filter, fill her up and run the water for for a while. I saw you mentioned to look out for elbow leaks in the plumbing. Any other things I should do? We've had class C's for years but this is our first Super C/Diesel/Seneca. While I have your attention, we travel quite a bit in FL and then we'll be out to TX. Can you recommend a shop for a diesel oil change?
  3. ChuckW
    10-17-2019 02:44 PM
    ChuckW
    Hey Rob,
    My DW recently came across your FB posting detailing your bed lift system. She WANTS one! We have a 2017 36FK with an aftermarket king bed. Reviewing your album here I think your slide system is different. We have a Schwintek In-Wall Slide-Out.
    https://lci-support-doc.s3.amazonaws...cd_0001602.pdf
    I believe ours operates the same way. The bed base is fixed, and the platform slides in and out with the slide.
    Will your system work on our coach?
    If so, are you still fabricating them for sale?
    What is the cost?
    Thanks
    Chuck Ward
    9012833054 mobile.
  4. Dave_Jan
    09-22-2019 07:26 AM
    Dave_Jan
    Robby,

    I have purchased a door window and I am about to change the original window. can you describe the process you took. I can see that the window is much larger and i know i will need to cut the hole bigger. Was that a difficult thing to do? I am fairly handy with tools but want to know if there was something specific i should know. Thanks in advance.
  5. Dave_Jan
    07-31-2019 02:48 PM
    Dave_Jan
    Robby,

    Do you still have the part number for the door window. I want to change mine as well. Like to see some pictures if y9ou have any.
  6. ChuckW
    06-21-2019 07:42 PM
    ChuckW
    Hey Rob,
    I'm about to begin a couple of mods based on yours on my 17 36FK. First is the camera opt out switch, and then the air horn. We are going on a 3 week adventure in early/mid July to the UP of Michigan, and then dropping down to the EAA Airventure. I hope to at least get the camera switch installed. I'm not retired, so not sure if time will allow for the horns.
    The question I have relates to the camera opt out. The switch has two terminals on one side and I think six on the other. Which of these are you using for the green and brown wires?
    Thanks
    Chuck W
  7. Les7h
    04-19-2018 09:16 AM
    Les7h
    Robby
    I think that I remember you posting a picture of your fresh water tank support that Jayco factory service did for you and it looking really nice but I can’t find the picture in your albums - Jayco factory service used 2 - 2 X 4s to support mine and it looks like it will work but not pretty like yours and I will add at least 1 more but eventually I will use square tubing like yours - will you please post another picture of your support
    Thank You Les
  8. norty1
    03-14-2018 04:50 AM
    norty1
    Appreciate your comment. I was reluctant to do this because in a way I ignited it with my true comment. Nothing like arguing with a expert who has to much knowledge. Maybe one day he will get a 50a rig and figure it out for himself. Now to keep an eye on the thread wags888 started on the same subject.
  9. ronsimmmons41
    robbbyr. I would like to purchase your bed lift bracket. I have a 2015 Jayco Senecca FK with king bed.
    ron simmons 2063 cold springs rd. weatherford, tx. 76088 817.480.0369
  10. Jfoppiano
    Hi Robb, I have a 2015 Seneca FS model that we purchased in late April. I have been reading about the issues with the front stabilizer bar and have talked to my local Freightliner dealer who have agreed to upgrade me within the extended warranty that came with the chassis. I have also decided to upgrade the shocks with new Bilsteins at the same time. I talked to Amy at Power-Brake and ordered the 24-196208 shocks. She let me know that there is more than one part number for this shock depending upon internal valve settings. The one above is set for an M2 106 with 13K front suspension. She told me that there is another part number for a 10K suspension which is what Jayco is using. Don't know if the 13K setting will ride a litter stiffer than a 10K setting or even if it would make any detectable difference. Just thought I would let you know and perhaps get any feedback you may have as you know much more about heavy duty trucks than I.
    -Jim

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  • About Robbbyr
    City
    Akron
    State or Province
    Ohio
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    RV Model
    Seneca 37TS
    RV Year
    2014
    Tow Vehicle
    Toads - 2014 Ford Explorer Sport or 2013 Ford Focus ST
    Occupation
    Retired Deputy Mayor for Public Safety/Retired Fire Chief
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    Rob R.
    Akron, OH
    2014 Seneca 37TS
    Toads: 2019 Ford Edge ST or 2013 Ford Focus ST

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