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RE: I need y'alls help please!

RUN IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION! An RV with previous water damage could possibly now have mold damage too. It is not worth it. There are way too many good ones out there to consider a questionable one
donn0128 02/28/15 10:02am Toy Haulers
RE: Sun damage & how often to wax?

That wash and wax stuff is good for maybe one day. You really really need to do a thorough cleaning, oxide remover, then follow with a quality wax product. Colonite, and McGuires both offer excellent products. But even that needs to be done a couple times a year. An option some swear by is floor polish sold at Lowes stores.
donn0128 02/28/15 09:01am Beginning RVing
RE: Adding Washer & Dryer

Does this unit have prep package?
donn0128 02/28/15 07:03am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Info on Daihatsu Rocky?

Oops your right.
donn0128 02/27/15 12:51pm Dinghy Towing
RE: gas electric furnace

Heat pumps are only good down to about 40 degrees. At that point they cannot keep up with the heat demand and will switch to gas.
donn0128 02/27/15 09:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Info on Daihatsu Rocky?

They are orphans, so some parts would only be availble used. Common wear parts should be available. Remember Dodge sold a clone around the same time. You might also look at Suzuki Sidekick if your buying.
donn0128 02/27/15 09:23am Dinghy Towing
RE: do programmers really help

Think of a motor as a large air pump. Unless you increase air in and out adding fuel or altering timing parameters really does little good. Modern engines are programed for optimum performance in every day situations. Any slight gains you might make would be more than offset by loss of warranty and cost of the programmer.
donn0128 02/27/15 09:20am Tow Vehicles
RE: Plugged new TT into 220v (wired wrong by electrician) HELP?!

Likely not everything will need replacing. But you wont know what is good and what is bad until a thorough inspection. Get your insurance company involved or be prepared to spend a lot of money doing it yourself.
donn0128 02/27/15 06:43am Tech Issues
RE: Satt radio

Love our Innos, but they are no more. I think they still sell the Roady, but no memory so no my music capability.
donn0128 02/26/15 09:51pm Technology Corner
RE: Cedar Creek Assistance

Always been number 1 in customer service in my book
donn0128 02/26/15 07:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newbie question: 5th wheel with no factory prep?

Don't fool yourself. Terms like "dry" are pretty useless. Remember towing a fiver loads approx 20% of its actual weight directly over the rear axle. Lacking actual numbers look at GVWR numbers as your base line. At least then there won't be any surprises. To get a true care carrying capacity load your truck up like your going camping and hit the scales. Keep your calculated pin plus hitch weight under your trucks GVWR and you should be OK.
donn0128 02/26/15 01:07pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Trailer Axles

Commercial trailer shops should be able to handle it.
donn0128 02/26/15 11:23am Tech Issues
RE: Shock Absorber Addition to Travel Trailer

Shocks will always improve things no matter how short the tow. Cost being a factor you may not find them necessary but consider tire bounce and premature tire wear and it may even out
donn0128 02/26/15 08:46am Travel Trailers
RE: Placement of Hydraulic Actuator for Discc Brakes

Most folks seem to place it in one of the front compartments close to the battery.
donn0128 02/26/15 08:35am Tech Issues
RE: What do you do with your time while full-timing

Workcamping is a great way to full time. Work 5 days 2 days of seeing the sites. In a month or so it is time to move on to a new location and new things to explore.
donn0128 02/26/15 07:17am Full-time RVing
RE: Tonneau Cover

Have used Fold-A-Covers since 2004 with no problems. Bending or relocating the handle to level or just below the bed sides takes care of any clearence issues.
donn0128 02/26/15 07:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: Stereo Change

You can always buy the correct adapter that mounts between the antenna and the back of the radio. Then you connect your sat radio to the adapter, tune to an unused station and listen. Xm is all we listen to, it works great even in the trees.
donn0128 02/24/15 04:36pm Technology Corner
RE: Satellite setup for 1st timer

The HT44 is SWM only,so you will need an oval dish, the correct LNB, a power inserter, coax cable, basically a duplication of what you have at home. Plus a tripod sufficiently strong to support the dish. Then a smart phone app like dishpointer helps you locate where to point the dish.
donn0128 02/24/15 04:32pm Technology Corner
RE: Reported problems with Samurai

Really basic vehicles. I love Suzikis, but for a toad I would look for a Sidekick. Bit nicer overall package, more HP.
donn0128 02/24/15 09:02am Dinghy Towing
RE: I will use a wifi only ipad mini as GPS.

It still eats up your data plan. Cheaper to buy a dedicated GPS in the long run.
donn0128 02/24/15 08:18am RV Lifestyle
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