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 Marco Kathuria—Our sister company, MKCREATIVE | media, produced this interior GMC Motorhome tour video. It is part of an on-going series of interviews and coach tours focusing on the GMC Motorhome owner community. Other videos in this series can be found on our YouTube channel.Continue reading #VIDEO/GMCMOTORHOME: Dolph Santorine, GMCMI President, Takes us on a Tour of His Vintage RV
BY Jim Bounds—Howdy Ranch Hands! I create two videos every Tuesday. I also post one video on Tuesday and one video on Thursday every week. Keep reading to see my video production and posting schedule for November 2021.Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: Guest Contributor, Jim Bounds, Video Publishing Schedule for November
By Marco Kathuria: Our sister company, MKCREATIVE | media, produced and marketed this motorhome sales video. We’ll be posting a second sales and RV walk-around video for the other 23ft GMC Motorhome the owner has for sale as soon as it becomes available.Continue reading #FORSALE/GMCMOTORHOME: An Almost Perfect 1976 23ft “Birchaven” RV
BY Jim Bounds—I would like to thank everyone for their interest in my Electric Motorhome Dream video posted on the #MyMotorhomeLife website last month. I’ve been getting so many responses via YouTube and through the Motorhome Rehab Ranch Patreon, I’ve decided that there’s clearly an interest in this topic and so I’ll be making more videos in the future.Continue reading #REHAB/RANCH: Guest Contributor, Jim Bounds, Oct. Video Publishing Schedule
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.