BY Jim Bounds—In this video, I take you through the steps necessary to correctly—and safely—jack up your GMC Motorhome without twisting the frame or causing the front windshields to pop out! Yes, really. They will if you’re not careful!Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: How to Jack Up a GMC Motorhome Without Popping the Windshields or Warping the Frame
BY Jim Bounds: Many people ask me, “What is the best way to tow a GMC Motorhome?”. Thats a very good question in that the coach is so low to the ground. But this question is also relevant for any front-wheel drive campervan or rear-wheel drive RV that is also close to the ground.Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: What’s the Best Way to Tow an RV that is Close to the Ground?
Get the most effective fire suppression chemical for your vehicle application. It’s required by NASCAR and demanded by anyone serious about protecting their coach from fire damage. It takes an instant for a coach or camper to ignite beyond help, and it will burn to the ground so quickly it will scare you—it should. Fire on the road is a very serious thing!Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: RV Fire Suppression and Why it Could Save Your Life
I know its hard to believe but there was a flaw in the chassis circuit wiring in our coach. I say flaw, actually every GM vehicle of the era was wired exactly the same so I’m not sure exactly why our coaches are more susceptible to this problem but it looks like they do.Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: The Alternator Light Circuit in a 1973-1978 GMC Motorhome.
Many people ask me, “Can you tow in a GMC Motorhome?” or “Are there any alternatives to towing a car, crossover, or Jeep?”. Those are very good questions and something I want to explore today.Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: What Can You Tow with a GMC Motorhome?