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RE: Google Maps? Locally stored maps?

Get a good GPS that comes with free updates for life. For what you are planning, I would get one of the larger screen ones, as you can see more of the map. A mapping program like MS Streets and trips on you computer is good, but no longer available. DeLorme sells a good one, there are others available. A current trucker atlas with laminated pages is really good to have, but lacks a lot of detail for off-road. State road maps work but need to be replaced every year or two.
Johno02 04/30/16 01:06pm Roads and Routes
RE: Insurance Discount???

Double posting is against the rules, but sure gets a lot of attention!
Johno02 04/30/16 12:56pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: antifreeze in fresh water tank

Drain it, flush it WELL. flush lines, If it was RV antifreeze, OK to drink, Radiator antifreeze, flush a lot more with city water, Maybe do the bleach sanitize thing, OK to use. Either case may have a bit of residual odor or taste, should not be any problem health wise. It will go away, but may take a while. Reason to use city water is for the chlorine used to purify. Bleach cycle does the same, bleach taste is better than antifreeze.
Johno02 04/30/16 12:51pm Beginning RVing
RE: Which A/C setting?

Whichever works best for your rig and situation. We prefer a small, high velocity, quieter fan to keep air circulating. Our A/C fan is a lot louder.
Johno02 04/29/16 05:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Day/Night shades

Have repaired and rethreaded several. There have been a number of threads on here, just do a bit of looking. Hardest part is getting them down and back up. In your case, you may just need to tighten the strings. Easy to do with just a screwdriver.
Johno02 04/29/16 05:03pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Storage, bugs, critters & unwanted guests

When parked at home with the MH connected to shore power, we plug some of the ultrasonic bug and mouse repellers into several outlets inside. Don't have any idea whether they work or not, but we haven't had any mice that we know of, but apparently they don't work for spiders.. Have had a few of those.
Johno02 04/29/16 04:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Aden and Jake's RV Adventure

Truly reflects the attitudes of America's youth. Why work, just expect handouts. But then, if it works, why not try it. Lots of people living on government handouts, and begging on corners. And big paying, do-nothing jobs.
Johno02 04/29/16 04:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Windshield wiper replacement

these folks will have whatever you need. Rome Truck Parts
Johno02 04/29/16 03:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas stops along route to Yellowstone.

Wherever you can get into, and the price is not a rip-off. We used to look for WalMarts because of the discount when using their credit card. but they have discontinued that so better to use wherever and pay cash.
Johno02 04/29/16 03:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: Storage, bugs, critters & unwanted guests

get some of these. They will eat anything except the alligators. http://i.imgur.com/ek4xpwVl.jpg
Johno02 04/29/16 11:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Mercedes Texas

Should be fine after they get the wall built. Watch out for underground tunnels though.
Johno02 04/29/16 11:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Distilled or Deionized?

Distilled. Water that is truly deionized is an insulator and will NOT conduct electricity! (Until you add something to it. Then it becomes an conductor). Addint to a lead-acid battery, it will make no difference, but distilled is more available and cheaper.
Johno02 04/29/16 09:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Keeping 5th Wheel cool in Texas sun

One AC or two?? A Fantastic ceiling vent at the highest point will help remove hot air, while cooler air tends to stay lower. Cool it down as low as possible with AC at night. Reflective covers over windows. Cool drinks(ice cooled), cool snacks. sit outside in shade with fans.
Johno02 04/28/16 07:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: When does the fear stop?

For what its worth, the one time I got it up to 80 was when I let myself get trapped in the middle of a bunch of crazy traffic on a downhill interstate. Had to get out of the way before a crazy idiot either hit me or ran me off the road! It and I did OK, but never again if I can help it!
Johno02 04/28/16 06:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When does the fear stop?

Might be somethig you can do to get some improvement, although I am less qualified to advise in this area than many others. Our 30' class A does require constant attention to drive, and I usually drive 60-65 on interstates, and generally less onothers, depending on conditions. Although I do not like to, I have run as high as 70+, and it handles OK. However, at 80, I get REAL uncomfortable. Winds do have a big effect on it, always. As far as fear, if you are uncomfortable, then you might be too fast for conditions. Fear is not always a bad thing. Sometimes it helps you to stay out of trouble.
Johno02 04/28/16 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Booth Dinette Removal Problem

If all else fails, try sliding a thin hacksaw blade behind it and see if you can find the screws. If so, then wrap one end of the blade with tape to make a handle, then slide the blade in and cut the screws. In tight spaces, the bare blade is a lot easier to use than a power saw. try to post pictures so we can tell what exactly you have to work with.
Johno02 04/28/16 12:53pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Booth Dinette Remove Problem

Without pictures it is difficult to say. Might try a powerful magnet around the area where it seems to be secured, to help locate screws. If upholstered, screws might be hidden in upholstery.
Johno02 04/27/16 05:55pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: GPS units at Camping World

Look at these RV Gps systems
Johno02 04/27/16 05:35pm Technology Corner
RE: Roof mounting Winegard pathway X1

Just don't fall off the roof....
Johno02 04/27/16 02:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Storage, bugs, critters & unwanted guests

Don't worry about the frogs, just watch out for the alligators! Now those are serious!! frogs don't bite, alligators do! Then there are the lovebugs!
Johno02 04/27/16 11:40am Travel Trailers
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