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RE: Shipping a small trailer & truck across US vs driving?

Check out your insurance, and get a licensed CDL to drive it for you. There are companies that do just that. You will probably have to pay the drivers air fare to get home. Might find a shipper with a flatbed.
Johno02 10/06/15 10:20am Travel Trailers
RE: Shipping a small trailer & truck across US vs driving?

Check out your insurance, and get a licensed CDL to drive it for you. There are companies that do just that. You will probably have to pay the drivers air fard to get home.
Johno02 10/06/15 10:14am Travel Trailers
RE: LED strip Lighting aniversary

I am doing leds not so much for the power, but because the others get so hot. With the LEDs, we can leave them on without worry about setting something on fire.
Johno02 10/06/15 08:59am Tech Issues
RE: New class A owner (Electrical cord)

The 50A cord would be the best choice. However, think about what you are going to plug it into. Even with adapters down to common household plugs which will work, remember that the house wiring to the plugs may only be 12G or less. A 6G cord plugged into an outlet with only 14G wire is the same as 14G all the way to the RV. An outlet in a shop should be a 12G/30A circuit. That is fine to keep power on a 50A rig for lights, battery charge, occasional TV use. One AC sometimes. Water heater?? if AC is off. Just don't get carried away and overload. Watch your plugs and connectors for overheating.
Johno02 10/06/15 08:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trip planning input / help request

A bit ambitous for less than two weeks to see and enjoy all that much. Mt Rushmore and Grand Canyon need at least a week to let the kids see and do. with all the travel, its gonna have to fast in and out. from here in W Tennessee, there are a lot of quick things between here and there. The jolly green giant in Blue Earth, the Spam museum, Devils tower, Wall Drugs (nice campground there) The badlands, Painted desert, petrified forest, Pipestone National Monument, (good campground close), and finally Yellowstone and the Tetons. Yellowstone is BIG, Lots to see, trails to hike, and animals to see(not pet!!) lots of time needed just to drive from place to place, not counting picnics and such.
Johno02 10/05/15 08:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: LED strip Lighting aniversary

I'm sure glad you paid attention to all of us that told you about leds, and how much better you would like them. And looked at some of the pictures we posted. Just watch, and we will show you some more tricks with them!!
Johno02 10/05/15 03:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Map Lamps In-op 02 Bounder

Those Chassis engineers, They were really tricky guys. No telling what else you will find!!!
Johno02 10/04/15 04:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Map Lamps In-op 02 Bounder

When you find the switch, remember that the wire to the lights will be the hot side. My guess is the dimmer switch for the dash lights. The map lights probably will dim with the dash lights. Let us know when you find out.
Johno02 10/04/15 03:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recommendations for Parking Surface for Diesel Pusher

Put it on gravel. Need good thick layer. Place large pads under jack legs, take partial weight on jacks. Spray jack legs well with WD-40.
Johno02 10/04/15 01:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: drain pipes

Mobile RV repair.
Johno02 10/04/15 12:21pm Toy Haulers
RE: Where to get oil changed near Harlingen, TX?

With a v10, just about any decent shop can handle it. My local mechanic has a wide and high door into his garage, so he takes it inside. but our small-town local oil change shop has done it also. Not like a DP, oil changes are just like a pickup truck. We have been to Harlingen, but don't know anything about the town. Most of the ClassA gassers are high enough to get under without a lift.
Johno02 10/03/15 08:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black water won't drain

At this point, I would start looking fr a plumber with a video inspection camera. Are you sure there is anything actually in the tank to drain?? Seems like if drain valve is open, and a snake went in, if there was anything in the tank would have come out with the snake.
Johno02 10/03/15 08:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: TV's for MH's

Buy one that is reasonably priced and it does fail, replace it. Our 32" visio has made about 6-7 years so far, and is working very well. Unless it was built on a bad day, and has loose parts inside, Tey last a long time. Ours has survived from -10 to at least 110. If it very cold, I try to warm things up a bit before turning it on.
Johno02 10/03/15 05:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: IP Camera

Might think about something like this. Verify distance and what kind of wiring. THIS
Johno02 10/03/15 12:01pm Technology Corner

Johno02 10/02/15 06:19pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: LED light upgrade in my Class C

If you have an RV, get used to the square head screws, and make sure you have a good driver with bits for all three sizes. probably need several of all three.
Johno02 10/02/15 02:25pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Quick disconnects?

Have them on both ends of fresh water hose. when storing, just push the two ends together.
Johno02 10/02/15 02:21pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: New DISH Subscriber With Questions

Use the OTA antenna for local channels. Amazing what is on those channels in the middle of the night. Andy Williams is really funny at 2:00AM!
Johno02 10/02/15 09:54am Technology Corner
RE: Mouse activity

We have several of the electronic repellers in ours that stay on whenever we aren't in it. Don't know if they work, and would hesitate to recommend them, but we haven't had any mice since we started using them. They also claim to repel elephants.
Johno02 10/01/15 07:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Yellowstone 2016 campground experiences

West Yellowstone, Madison river, and parts of Firehole river. Check with Rangers first. Do NOT go in ANY water without checking with rangers. Remember its is a volcano, with a lot of HOT water.
Johno02 10/01/15 07:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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