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  1. atti_mac
    09-14-2014 04:11 PM
    atti_mac
    I saw how you made that little cover on the pipe vent on the top of the camper. Did you use something already made as a "bent aluminum" or you cut it and bent it?
    Attila
  2. PortlandAir
    Steve,

    Thanks for the encouragement and sharing your photos. Its impressive and inspirational with all that you've done with your moho.

    tuesdaevo@gmail.com
  3. PortlandAir
    Thanks for your help so far. If you're ever in Portland Oregon please look me up. We don't have hook up currently but have 5 acres and a great view.

    Regards,
    Vo
  4. PortlandAir
    Another strange thing is that she does not have "park" as a gear, there's neutral, reverse, and drive but no "Park", very strange. Is this typical? Also, there is a lever under the dash to the right of the steering wheel column that I was told is part of the starting procedure, its suppose to be up or down (I don't which), I have no idea what its for. Any Idea?

    Oh, the other thing is it has a International 7.3 diesel motor like the kind you find in a Ford F250, obviously an aftermarket deal but certainly adds to the mystery particularly with the electrical wiring. I am anxious to find out how this motor would perform with the moho set up. She's definitely has been neglected and certainly not road worthy at the moment. Its my goal tho bring her back to old glory by next spring. I plan on bringing her home on Sunday and maybe starting a blog once I have a better understanding.
  5. PortlandAir
    Steve,
    Thanks for your response. So I just made the purchase today and is now a proud owner of a 1982 310. Regarding the battery, I actually got it up and running today, funny thing was I did not do anything different. Looks like my set up is a little different from yours. My battery compartment is located within the coach in the floor just inside the entry door with only (2) batteries. There's plenty of room for (2) more batteries but lack the set up like wiring. I'm still missing or can't find the chassis battery, I could only guess that maybe it is in the hood area or somewhere totally out of sight. I'm totally bewildered. Why did it start up today but not during my initial inspection? And how can it start up without the chassis battery?
  6. PortlandAir
    Hi I'M Vo, I've been looking at a 1984 310 and had a few questions for you. The PO does not know much about moho and when we were trying to start her up nothing happened, no starter sound or engine cranking over,not even lights on the dash however all interior lights worked through out. Is there a separate battery for the chassis? If so where is it located? I only saw two inside the coach by the entry door under a hatch. Thanks for your help in advance 971.303.3093
  7. Brycetodd
    Hi I'm Bryce and I just got a 345 could u tell me how you got yours to look like that
  8. crazeevw
    02-17-2012 07:41 PM
    crazeevw
    Hi Steve, ir you've texted me in the last hour, finally broke down and purchased new i-Phone 4S. Got it on the iTunes 'syncing' now, betting that it'll take all night long, lol. Will post LOTS more pix of Rally.
  9. la nomade
    i need to do that to mine,what did you use???i am new navigating this site...i find it overwhelming,so much info,and yet.....
  10. joe gooch
    The model of NAPA electronic is a basic simple control. And, the magnets are color coded as to the strength of the magnets.

    However, if your control and magnets lock the tag wheels you are probably all right; my tag wheels did not look like they had ever worked and certainly did not work for me.

    The electronic control is capable of very gradual adjustment so that the tag wheels don't burn off rubber yet when needed they can lock the wheels.

    Hope this helps.

    Joe

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  • About Keyair
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    Foothill Ranch
    State/Province
    California
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    male
    Motorhome #1
    1984 34.5' Airstream 345
    Other Interests
    1977 Dodge Van Conversion 4x6
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    Trailer Inspector, Motorhome Inspector
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    50
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