Originally Posted by I-RV
CT; WoW, what a man-cave! I have taken the regular Camp Freightliner; learned a lot but wished I had the actual physical experience like you had.
I know that you cannot possibly list all that you learned, but is there some highlights of the moho service that you can comment on?
I was getting my 2 year service done so here's what we covered.
Engine Drive Belt Inspection
Engine Oil and Filter Change (Shell Rotella 15W40 16 quarts )
Air Cleaner Replacement
Charge Air Cooler Inspection
Radiator Pressure Check (Not easy in the Berk with location of cap and metal bracket)
Throttle Pedal Pivot Pin Lubrication
Torqued all suspension fasteners
Hight Check on Air Suspension
Tie-Rod Lub and Inspection
Change Hub Oil on front wheels
Changed Fuel Filter and Fuel /Water Separator
Generator Oil and filter Change
4 Wheel Weight & PSI check (105 Front / 95 Rear).
I'm sure I missed a few items we covered also. All work is very easy with the right tools and when the RV is on the lift.
Best tips were to get your MH weighed, know and run your proper tire pressure, keep fluids to proper specifications (allison 3000 has the on board computer to keep levels in check), keep an eye on front hub oil and pull your 3 drains on your air tanks every two months immediately after driving.