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RE: Snowbird rates

I have found that Florida is the most expensive, then Arizona, and Texas is the cheapest.
dbbls 03/03/15 09:38am Snowbirds
RE: Hot Water Heater problem

The check value may be stuck. Depending on the type of bypass system you have there could be a check valve on the outlet side of the heater.
dbbls 03/03/15 09:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Ford F450 diesel 4:30 gears

You will definitely be in the single digits.
dbbls 03/01/15 07:53am Tow Vehicles
RE: How full was your park this winter?

Rockport Texas park is full. When someone moves out it is filled within a week.
dbbls 02/28/15 03:16pm Snowbirds
RE: Suburban Water Heater Issue

Atwood water heaters only have one thermostat, don't know about Suburban but I suspect it only has one also. Does it try to light the gas???? Need more information other than "it doesn't work".
dbbls 02/28/15 09:10am Tech Issues
RE: Power awning motor failure

Have someone push the switch while you manually unrole the awning. It can be done. Even the dead motor can be forced with the current going through it. Be sure to cable tie the opposite arm so it will not come down.
dbbls 02/27/15 07:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Consequences of reversed polarity

I don't know about an RV but I know it is very damaging to a vehicle to have a battery polarity reversed.
dbbls 02/27/15 06:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Changing from a king bed to queen bed?

I converted my king to a queen. I also reduced the size of the pedestal. About a half a day job. Remove the platform by removing the screws at the "head" end of the bed and take it outside to cut 6 inches off the side. You will have to relocate one of the cylinders by moving it over 6 inches also. I then removed the pedestal and cut 6 inches off one side. Look closely before you start cutting because you want the paneling to fit like it does originally. There will be a 2x4 or 2x2 fastened to the wall where the pedestal fastened. I removed 3 inches from each side so the bed would still be centered. I also had to move one of the rollers on the bottom of the pedestal over 6 inches. Also had to modify the framing under the pedestal and cut the panel down that went under the bed. Reattach everything and put the platform back on the pedestal. Now put your new queen mattress on and enjoy the extra room around the bed.
dbbls 02/23/15 07:01am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: DISH Network Tailgater Question

There is another antenna that will feed two receivers. Probably cheaper than multiple tailgaters.
dbbls 02/21/15 05:03pm Technology Corner
RE: How to reattach D shape slide seal

You need to pull the seal all the way out then slide it back in from the end. It helps to have a helper while one pulls on the seal and the other feeds it into the grove.
dbbls 02/21/15 05:00pm Tech Issues
RE: melted power cord

A dirty or loose connection will cause this. Could be that the receptacle in the pedestal is worn and making a loose connection with your plug.
dbbls 02/21/15 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide Topper Question

The decision should yours. If you don't mind climbing up and sweeping them off, go without them. I don't like doing it so I have the toppers.
dbbls 02/20/15 09:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 6 Point Leveling Question??

Lippert recommends spraying the extended rams with a silicon spray every week. Another reason the leave them up.
dbbls 02/19/15 08:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Temps

73 degrees in Rockport, TX right now.
dbbls 02/19/15 11:35am General RVing Issues
RE: Interstates versus secondary roads

I drive the same speed whether I am on the interstate or secondary roads. About 62 MPH. I enjoy the secondary roads more because the scenery is usually better and there is less stress.
dbbls 02/19/15 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Comforters

They do look nice. Mine is on the bed in the spare bedroom in my stick and brick home.
dbbls 02/19/15 07:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Sailun Tires?

I have been using Saliun's for two years and am very happy with them. Some manufactures are using them on the heavier trailers.
dbbls 02/18/15 05:46pm Toy Haulers
RE: Average Maintenance Costs?

A 10 to 15 year old unit can have lots of unexpected expenses.
dbbls 02/17/15 07:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How difficult is it backing a 8ft trailer behind Mercedes B+

An 8 foot trailer will be very hard to back. I doubt if you will be able to see it behind the B plus short trailers are hard to back.
dbbls 02/15/15 06:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Another Reese 20K Hitch Failure

High hitched is when the pin is setting on top of closed jaws of the hitch. It is the only way I know of that a trailer can come unhitched and the hitch still be closed.
dbbls 02/14/15 03:20pm Fifth-Wheels
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