Before we left Sequim, we had to get the Bounder repaired. |
When we left home we had a minor exhaust leak around the manifold. I crawled
under and could not see anything, so I decided to start the trip and wait until
it got worse.
Well, it started getting louder so we had it looked at in Sequim. It was at a RV repair
shop which I read about in Motorhome Magazine, as to giving great service at a reasonable
cost. It turned out to be a cracked Manifold. They had extras laying around because
they put performance exhaust systems on motorhomes and keep the stock equipment for
repair work like mine.
After the manifold replacement, I asked the mechanic to look everything else over.
He found a leaking rear shock. I had them put two Bilstien shocks on the rear and did it
improve the handling! Now I'm sorry I did not replace the two front shocks with
Bilstien also. I read a lot about them before our trip and almost had them installed