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Posted by: rundlc
5 hours ago
Forum: Drivetrain
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I am beyond frustrated right now!!!!!!!!!!  We are trying to find a simple 30.00 seal for my load adapter pump assembly for the cooling fan.  There are no part numbers on the load adapter that we can find. I read the topic that Richard posted some time ago and hoped that the seal would be the same. We ordered the seal, paid overnight as my coach as been sitting waiting for multiple weeks for parts. The seal was wayyy too small for my load adapter.  Service at Newell says they cannot remember ever havin a seal leak on one, they've only replaced the load adapters themselves.
I reached out to Tom and he pretty much has the same load adapter as Richard. I really am scratching my head over here and my bill is just getting higher. Talk about not too happy right now.

I am in touch with Hydraquip, they "may" have tracked down the right one, I gotta pay 75 plus shipping to find out though! I'll post my results

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Posted by: dbld58
Yesterday, 01:25 PM
Forum: Coaches for Sale (Please read the info in the Category description)
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It pains me to have to sell our coach, but circumstances necessitate that we sell my favorite toy.  I haven't had it for very long, but I’ve treated it as if I was going to have it forever - completing a lot of service, updates and general functional improvements.  

The list of improvements is quite long, and I am still composing it.  I have several binders with hard copies of reference manuals and service records.  It will include a stocked tool chest so your never stranded, as well as kitchenware, linens, and other necessities for immediate occupation.  The VMSpc tablet mounted at the dash includes digital versions of nearly all related manuals on its hard drive.  It will be ready to roll and be lived in without having to stock up on items like you’re starting from scratch with a new house.

We just took it on a Thanksgiving Day trip, and it drove like a champ.

Here are some pics from the last time it was listed:

I’ll post a list of recent services, upgrades, and other items that are included once I have it completed. 

Currently located in PA, & asking $225K

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Posted by: rheavn
11-28-2022, 03:59 PM
Forum: Tributes to our Friends
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I received a call that Chappel Jordan passed away. He owned coach #505. He was a wonderful man. My condolences to his wife Mary. 

Rest In Peace my friend………

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Posted by: Bill62
11-28-2022, 04:43 AM
Forum: Howdy and Welcome to Newell Gurus
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Hi gang, my name is Bill. I have been looking at older bus conversions for a while now, GM 4104s and 4106s as well as MCI buses. I stumbled across a few older Newells, most turned out to be ancient adds, I don't know why they don't take them down after they are sold. The older Newells 89 and back to 84 have caught my eye, and I know that everyone on here has been drooling over the one in NC, but I'm like most on here, it is not worth what they are asking, and it's at a dealership, so you get to pay even more for it. I had one guy pulling my chain from MO on a red and silver 86, he was using the add pictures from when he bought it, ever how many years ago, or he is just a scammer, trying to cash in on a dreamer. I do like them a lot, and they are well appointed, and they remind me of a bus, and that is what I'm after, but being down here in Texas nothing remotely close has come up for Newells anyway. Still looking for that needle in a hay stack.

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Posted by: 2BirdDogs
11-27-2022, 04:00 PM
Forum: Electrical
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Hello Gurus, 
I have a question regarding my Powerline model 33-53 battery isolator (please see pictures attached). 
When I check voltage across "A" to ground; "B" to ground; "C" to ground -- I get 12.4vdc. My question is on the voltage across "B" to ground... If the diodes in the isolator are operating correctly, shouldn't the voltage be 0 between "B" and ground?
Thanks for any insights.

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Posted by: Parisjet
11-26-2022, 03:13 PM
Forum: Electrical
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    on coach #728 2005 Newell
CHECK THIS AREA IMMEDIATELY , a few more miles and this could have been a major engine fire. That Cat engine vibrates a lot at idle and this means you need to be extra vigilant on your wire and hose inspections or you could have a big coolant leak or even worse when a 1/2 Power cable shorts out against the engine. I found this today while looking for a coolant leak.

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Posted by: Jack Houpe
11-25-2022, 09:12 AM
Forum: Air Operated Systems and Leaks
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I've been tracking down leaks, I watched all of Richards videos and found 3 major leaks, the first 2 I ordered parts for but this last one is the air dryer. Is this unit rebuildable? Has anyone done this before? Its not leaking from the filter itself its the part of the housing that has the name wabco on it.

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Posted by: Fulltiming
11-24-2022, 12:25 PM
Forum: General
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I have so many things to be grateful for and one of those is the friendships I have developed as a result of owning a Newell. Some of my strongest friendships developed on this site and its predecessor site. This site and my church have provided me with a wealth of friends that I can not thank enough for their caring and their time.

I am particularly grateful for Tom and Darlene, without whom this site and many of those friendships would not have existed.

We are blessed beyond belief. I thank the Lord daily for each of you.

Happy Thanksgiving.

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Posted by: Wanderman
11-23-2022, 03:41 PM
Forum: Plumbing and fixtures
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I have a conundrum.

My mid bath (the 1/2 bath one) is working fine. When flushed, it goes all the way through the cycle and when complete and bowl is refilled I get a low pitch "hum" which is definitely an air leak, but I cannot figure out where or how to fix it. I checked all the fittings internally and none are leaking. It may be from the spool? Maybe an o-ring when bad??

Any idea what would cause this AFTER a complete cycle. It drains my supply air system in minutes!

Of course we're on the road in Avon, NC. beautiful place albeit a bit on the small side. Pictures in the AM. If anyone is nearby, you are welcome to visit. We'll be here until Friday.


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Posted by: Latitude 28
11-23-2022, 11:00 AM
Forum: Suspension/Tires/Wheels
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Had the chance to preview an RV (not a Newell) with a family member looking to purchase.  The front tires happened to be smaller but the same manufacture as what we have on our Newell, albeit, made 30 weeks apart with a date code 1816 in the same year. The history of the previewed RV....stored outside, no wheel covers and used several time`s a year.   Our coach's history, that we acquired at the end of 2018 with the front tires date code of 4816.....the PO stored it outside 2017 & 2018 with no covers.  Once we owned the coach, we use it several times a year, stored it out side 2019 & 2020 with no covers then moved it inside late 2020 and I check tire pressures at least monthly and service accordingly.  Also I apply "303 Aerospace Protectant" to the tires monthly.  Take a look at these images of the previewed coach's tires....
And now our tires.....
Having said all this in order to get to my point of this post.  The difference, I believe, is the monthly application of 303 and servicing tires.  We are about to replace our front tires on the coach with a date code of 4816 with virtually no weather checking on the tires.  Needless to say the new tires will get the same treatment.

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