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RE: Michelin XPS ribs on fiver and truck?

I too have Sailun S637. Been running them 3 years and they are doing great.
dbbls 05/12/16 04:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 235/80R16 S637 tires

The 85's fit fine on my trailer. Great tire.
dbbls 05/08/16 06:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking To Get Roadside Coverage

I have Good Sam and recently had a flat. I was between two towns which were about 3 miles apart. Good Sam found a service for me which was 90 minutes away. Change the tire myself in 30 minutes.
dbbls 05/02/16 03:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: tires

First, do you need G rated tires? You didn't mention how heavy your 5er is so you may be doing overkill. An E rated LT tire may be enough. If I needed G rated, I would go with Sailun. IMO just as good as G614 and about half the price. Also check your rims. G rated tires require 110 PSI.
dbbls 04/18/16 09:13am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Angle of toy hauler door is to steep?

Depending on how bad, lift the nose of the trailer. That will lower the back end, creating less of an angle change at the door. Also lessens the angle of the ramp.My thoughts also.
dbbls 04/18/16 08:43am Toy Haulers
RE: Question

I think they are company owned,
dbbls 04/18/16 08:41am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Hitch in 2011 F350

If there is a ball in the bed, look to see if it has the Reese mount under the bed. The factory prep has 5 holes in the bed, one for the goose neck ball and four for the pucks of a Reese Elite 5th wheel hitch.
dbbls 04/10/16 05:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: LP generators fuel consumption

First of all, you will never be running at full load all the time. If you are not going to run both AC's at the same time, why go with a 5500 watt gen. A 3600 propane unit will provide 30 amps of service. It will use less fuel than the 5500. You will probably not run the gen overnight either. Too noisy right below the bed. Plus the propane you use will go a long way on park rent.
dbbls 04/10/16 05:49pm Tech Issues
RE: Missouri State Park Dump Stations Free?

I have stopped at state parks and dumped many times. Never paid anything. As a taxpayer in Missouri I, like you, support state parks through the Soils and Parks sales tax.
dbbls 04/10/16 05:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: Outdoor Water Connection Leaks

Check the male end of your hose. The cheap ends are easy to bend and cause a poor fit. I have replaced most of mine with solid brass ends available at most hardware stores.
dbbls 04/09/16 03:03pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: How to get a stovetop cover

If you were closer I would give you one. I have removed them from all the RV's we have had.
dbbls 04/09/16 03:00pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Getting ready to hit the road

You can make it. Just get in the right lane and stay there. You may pass a semi along the way.
dbbls 04/09/16 02:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: How to repaint fifth-wheel hitch plate?

A can of spray paint is cheap even if you have to repaint every year. Can will last several years. Hitch probably was powder coated.
dbbls 04/09/16 02:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Replacing the RV sofa with a House sofa?

Lazboy recliners will go in your RV. I have found that these are more comfortable the most sofas.
dbbls 04/08/16 10:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: LT tires

There are not a lot of choices when it comes to a good ST tire. Maxxis is probably the best. Any name brand LT tire is a good choice. Although you don't need a G rated tire, Saliun G rated tires are LT's designed for trailer use. They may not cost any more than a good LT tire. They are rated for 110 PSI so you would need to check your rims before purchase these tires. You could probably get by on running 100 PSI with your weight. Michelin makes a all steel belted LT tire, Ribs, but they are expensive. I have ran B F Goodrich Commercial LT tires with good results.
dbbls 04/08/16 10:41am Fifth-Wheels
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