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RE: New 5th Wheeler for my Eco Boost

You'll get better gas mileage if you remove the window A/C's.
amxpress 03/29/15 04:54pm Towing
RE: Traveling east on US 264 off I 95 north at Wilson N.C.

I've traveled it, bu not in an RV. It's a good route and you shouldn't have any problems.
amxpress 03/28/15 05:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: North Beach - St. Augustine

We lived in St. Augustine and never ran out of things to do or places to eat. Drive on the beach, visit the fort, Ripley's museum, walk down St. George St. There are numerous things to keep you occupied. Golf, fishing, bike riding downtown or on the beach, etc. Enjoy your stay.
amxpress 02/17/15 06:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New to us rig. Tire questions.

Which tire to use is subjective as there are dozens of opinions. Michelin XPS are viable option, as are the Sailun LT tires. I went with Maxxis ST tires, but they work well in my situation. I'll offer two suggestions. 1) Stay away from China ST tires 2) Whatever tire you go with, be sure to have them balanced. As for tires on your TV, I have Michelin LTX 10 ply rated on mine. No problems and wears well.
amxpress 02/07/15 02:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Columbus by Palomino-- anybody own one?

I have an early production Columbus 320RS. It had some problems, being early production. They have all been repaired and we really love it. The 7,000# axles weren't an option at the time but I wish I had them for added peace of mind. For the money, you can't beat the features. As mentioned, the newest models have many upgrades, worth checking out.
amxpress 01/29/15 08:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Audio Books

My job requires extensive driving and I enjoy listening to audiobooks. When traveling with our fiver and listening to them, they put DW to sleep. Hmmm, come to think of it, I better go check out a few more at the library.
amxpress 01/29/15 08:01pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Aluminum vrs Steel (chrome) Wheels

I like the fact they have a higher load capacity. Don't forget to have them balanced, too.
amxpress 01/28/15 06:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires for my travel trailer

After installing a set of Maxxis ST tires on my fiver, I can highly recommend them. Their ST225/75R15 Load Range D would work great on your TT. Don't forget to have them balanced and installing steel valve stems will add peace of mind.
amxpress 01/20/15 05:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Towing a 2010 Prius

It can be towed with front wheels on a dolly. Don't tow it in READY mode, though.
amxpress 01/16/15 08:16pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Schwintec Slide issue Jayco 2013 Jayco 351MKTS

How was the 300:1 motor identified? I have a Schwintek on my bedroom slide and I like the idea you had with going with the 500:1 motor.
amxpress 01/11/15 11:36am Fifth-Wheels
RE: towing jayco x17Z hybrid with 2015 toyota 4runner rear wheel

Does it state on the hitch not to use a W/D hitch? Is it a Class IV ?
amxpress 12/30/14 08:06pm Towing
RE: Rebuilt my tow dolly, need tires

Go with the Maxxis and have them balanced. You can thank me later.
amxpress 12/01/14 06:44pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Airbag recall

When the campaign first hit, my TV wasn't on the list; now it is. Guess I'll be calling the dealer tomorrow and set up an appointment.
amxpress 11/28/14 05:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fuel stops on Hwy 64 NC

If you're picking up US 64 at Exit 96 off I-85 you won't have a problem finding gas stops between there and the East coast. There are a number of small towns with stations that can handle your rig. Larger cities like Asheboro, Metro Raleigh, Rocky Mount also have stations you can get in and out of. Good luck and have a safe trip.
amxpress 11/21/14 04:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: Overnight parking at Camping World in Fayetteville, NC?

There is a nice CG at exit 61 on I-95, Fayetteville RV Resort, a former KOA.. They have a number of pull through sites near the entrance designed for over night stays. You won't have to worry about disturbing other guests when you pull in at Midnight.
amxpress 11/18/14 08:25pm Roads and Routes
Towing a RAV4 boo boo

I have a friend at a Toyota dealer in Atlanta. A 2001 RAV4 4WD was towed into his dealer with a smoked engine. Seems it was being towed 4 down in 1st gear. Calculating the gear ratios, this resulted in the engine being turned at 9700 RPM at 70 mph! Needless to say, they are installing an engine from a salvage yard as nothing was left of the original engine. Ouch.
amxpress 11/17/14 04:03pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Scooter in RV park?

I used one of these on my Kymco. Simple, light, small enough to keep under the seat when not in use. Kyrptonite disc lock
amxpress 11/11/14 08:14pm Snowbirds
RE: Trailer Tires

I installed a set of 16" Maxxis on my 11,600# Columbus. Mounted and balanced for less than $600. I would have installed Michelin LT Ribs, but could not afford $1300 +. My Maxxis were much heavier than the China bombs they replaced, the sidewalls were much thicker, too. They're made in Thailand, not China. I also ran Maxxis on my Jayco back in 2007, no problems with them, either.
amxpress 11/04/14 07:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Land cruiser mirror extensions

I used these CIPA mirrors on my Tacoma when towing. They worked well. CIPA universal tow mirrors
amxpress 11/01/14 06:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: headers

...I'll stay with single exhaust, so the x pipe is out Spending money for a nice set of headers, but leaving it single exhaust kind of defeats the purpose. The idea is to get the gasses to flow out with little restriction. Single exhaust is more restrictive than dual exhaust. Suggest going with dual exhaust if you really want to feel and see the benefits of your headers.
amxpress 10/31/14 06:35pm Class A Motorhomes
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