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RE: decals

Lots of quality wax with high UV protectant
donn0128 12/19/14 05:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: What type of pickup truck do i need?

Suburban 2500, Excursion or any of the 2500 series gas motor trucks will get you down the road in PA pulling a 25-26 foot trailer just fine. Cab configuration is based on your needs. Kids, dogs etc will dictate what cab is best for you. 4X4 or 4X2? It just does not matter unless you plan to go off pavement. Then it might mattet somewhat. Like others have mentioned, pick the exact trailer first, then match a truck to the trailers GVWR. Upsize the truck some if your thoughts point toward a larger trailer in the foreseeable future.
donn0128 12/19/14 05:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Question about Foxfi on Android 4.4.2

If you have an unlimited data plan, why do you need foxfi?
donn0128 12/18/14 11:00am Technology Corner
RE: tire wear

Air pressure and road crown play a big part. Add the fact that the outside duals get more abuse from road debris, stones, etc and it is pretty plain.
donn0128 12/18/14 07:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: Confused about towing weight

The only issue I see is the tongue weight. Put some air bags on the rear and enjoy your unit. Or as little as 1400 pounds. Had a similar 2004 truck. Besides the classic overheating I was at least over the trucks GVWR. Never was a good towing truck for a fiver. IMHO pass.
donn0128 12/17/14 06:34pm Tow Vehicles

They both feed the same lines from different sources. The pump has to have a check valve to prevent just whst your experiencing. Believe us, the check valve is stuck, you have the pump in backwords or the check valve is missing.
donn0128 12/17/14 03:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: first post help

No! Plane and simple you will probably not like it.
donn0128 12/17/14 02:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice needed on small towable truck

Could be, but depending on the weight of your bike,might not be suitable. Most small trucks are lucky to carry 500 pounds in the bed.
donn0128 12/17/14 02:41pm Dinghy Towing

Sounds like the check valve on the new pump is stuck open. Take it back out take it apart and fix it.
donn0128 12/17/14 01:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Stainless Steel tabletop gas grill

Had one similar from CW. It was horrible. Quit in less than a month. Total junk. Take it back get a Weber Q series. You won't regret it one bit
donn0128 12/16/14 04:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Humidity / Moisture Absorbers; Do They Work?

There are small electric dehimidifiers on the market. We used two last winter. Had to empty them every day or two. Worked OK. But I prefer my big one running 24/7 the trailer is nice and dry when ever we want to go.
donn0128 12/16/14 02:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Difficult to find RV Bed Sheets

Standard king sheets. Either tuck the excess in, create new pockets, or buy a pair of suspenders to hold it in place. All easy and inexpensive fixes.
donn0128 12/16/14 11:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Tires

Good but on the high end cost wise. There are lots of good choices starting with Commercial TA, thru Firestone Transforce to Michelin. Let google be your friend. Web sites like Discount tire and Tire Rack can be very informative and have customer reviews. Read them and then decide what is best for the money in your mind. You might also look at Hankook tires. They constantly get good reviews and offer attractive prices.
donn0128 12/16/14 07:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice for Newbie

Start used. Keep the price down to bare minimum. It is a lot easier to sell a used trailer loosing maybe a few hundred dollars in the process than trying to sell a nearly new one loosing thousands of dollars if your desires change. Which they likely will judging buy the quantity of decent uses ones on the market.
donn0128 12/15/14 06:21pm Beginning RVing
RE: furnace issues

Bad battery
donn0128 12/15/14 06:13pm Folding Trailers
RE: Why don't you read?

This from a guy that has been a member since 2006 with 388 posts?
donn0128 12/15/14 06:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Newbie looking for some assistance

Tent trailer and a small one at that. You have a great commuter car, but it is just not suitable to tow a sufficient sized trailer to live full time in and carry a bike in the bed. Particulary if your plans include the northern US in the winter
donn0128 12/15/14 04:18pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Newbie looking to live on the road for a year! suggestions?

Living full time in a weekend RV is doable if and that is a big IF you plan to always be in warm climates. If your in the northern tier it can get might cold in a poorly insulated RV. To get insulation can be had in your price range, but your truck would struggle when empty. Add 400+ pounds to the trucks bed, 300 pounds worth of bodies in the seats and your trucks available payload could he as little as 3-400 pounds. Meaning anything could put you into an extreme over loaded situation. Something has to give here. Either the bike, the truck, or your idea. It is just not practicle given your current idea.
donn0128 12/15/14 04:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Had sleep study last night: calling all auto cpap users!

Check online for cpap machines and supplies. They have some good prices.
donn0128 12/15/14 04:02pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Newbie looking to live on the road for a year! suggestions?

F 150 with a bike in the bed? Depending on the bikes weight you likely have no weight room left for any trailer.
donn0128 12/15/14 02:21pm Travel Trailers
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