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RE: Camping World continues to junk mail me

Well, I, for one, still drink out of a garden hose when I'm thirsty....:B....Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 01:53am Good Sam Club
RE: "Free" Trial

Personally, I'd like to know what Good Sam has done FOR him..he's received TWO replies from GS yet he continues to bash them. Why?:h:h..Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 01:36am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: What Do You Do When Your Home Is In The Shop?

When your home is in the shop, you are officially "HOMELESS" #1 - Make yourself a sign #2 - Borrow a dog #3 - Get a Banjo or Harmonica #4 - Put a patch over one eye #5 - Don't wear any shoes #6 - Strategically place a stroller nearby. #7 - And, make enough money to pay for the MH repairs God Bless!
Executive 07/04/15 01:30am Full-time RVing
RE: Keeping pets cool while parked, no AC in rig?

Remember too, water water water...if your diabetic animal has a change in blood sugar, they need more water and will increase their intake immensely...IMO, your best bet is to consult your vet with your plans and change them accordingly.....Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 01:20am RV Pet Stop
RE: Favorite RV pa arms in Mesa or Tempe ?

When are you going? I wouldn't recommend going between May and October, although you'll have a better pick of the park(s) during those months..:E..Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 01:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV and trailer lenght.

All sorts of people do all sorts of things. Some full timers run their business from their RV and deduct it. Does that mean that all full timers are doing it? I really don't know what you are getting at frankly. Sounds like your don't give a rat's arse what anyone thinks unless they think like you...do what you want, where you want, just don't bch on here if you get caught. You asked a question, you received lots of answers. NONE, ZERO, NADA, NOBODY said you would be legal. Yet you persist. At 80' you're NOT LEGAL in any State of the Union. Randy tried to give you a logical explanation and you blew him off. His post made absolute sense to me...just sayin...Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 12:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tag Axel

To add what was already posted, besides being able to lift, our tag is owner adjustable. This allows you to modify your rig for the weight you're carrying. Adding weight to the tag adds weight to the steering and reducing weight adds weight to the drive axle....Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 12:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: OK lets talk Brute Tow Bar's.

I believe the tow max is 8K on the Ready Brute. I've used mine for 6 years now with no problems. Easy peasy and there's no extra braking system to attach. I do, however, recommend the ReadySTOP which is an add on for less than $100 that will stop your toad if it ever comes detached from your rig so you don't kill someone else....Dennis
Executive 07/04/15 12:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV and trailer lenght.

I'm special..I don't need to follow a law I don't agree with. I can do whatever I want. It's all about ME.!! Laws suck! http://i.imgur.com/fO9Wsoql.jpg Nuff said...Dennis
Executive 07/03/15 01:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 07 Georgetown 350DS how to bypass gas leak detector?

I am trying to fix up my mh for sale. Do I have to disclose to new buyer that the solenoid has been removed. How would new buyer know? Do I have to do a disclosure form like on a house sale. Whats my liability after the new owner takes possession, after all I can just say the new owner tampered with it like mfgs do with warrantee work. Wow! You're asking us if you should disclose to a new buyer if you BYPASSED a SAFETY feature.????? Nah! let it go, then you could brag to your friends after the family dies....good idea....Dennis
Executive 07/03/15 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: norcold 1200 rlm code he

Or maybe a bad dog bone..Dennis
Executive 07/03/15 12:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Progressive EMS Trouble

Guess their power is still off and they can't get back on the internet to give us an update...:(
Executive 07/03/15 12:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: 07 Georgetown 350DS how to bypass gas leak detector?

If you have the problem, yours will, too! Don't think I want to know how you learned that...:B....Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 11:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV and trailer lenght.

California's freeway signs are higher than the highest point in Florida...just sayin....:B....Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 11:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: trading for bigger DP?

Are you trading or buying outright? The only real price is the difference between the two. They could drop their price $10k but lower your trade by $10k and the difference would be the same. Do your research. That Imperial is a beautiful coach and you'll be really happy with the extra room and the two slides. Determine a FAIR price for your trade before you go in to negotiate, then do the math as they work you over. If it doesn't work, it doesn't work but at least you will have been able to keep your sanity during negotiations. Remember, these 'salesmen' usually have more experience negotioating than the average joe....let us know how you make out....Dennis On edit: Below is a coach like yours altho a year newer that sold in March of this year for $ 42,995. Maybe use that as a starting point..D Beaver Contessa Naples
Executive 07/02/15 03:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Have you experienced a tire blow out...?

9. Any other information you think might be 'educational' or of some benefit to a newbie. Get a good TPMS and install it. DO NOT hit the brakes if a tire fails, especially on the front. You may have to accelerate to keep control of the vehicle. Once you have control of the vehicle, gradually slow and pull off the road and stop. Most tire companies recommend replacing the tires after 7 years of age. An alternative is to have the tires inspected every year after that for damage or potential failure. The inspection MUST be done on DISMOUNTED tires. I replace mine after 6 years, just because...YMMV...Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 01:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV and trailer lenght.

The one example you posted was of people who were modifying a single trailer to be 56' long. That means they are going to hold up more traffic trying to make wide turns, they are going to knock down more street signs and damage more traffic signals. There is a reason for the 53' trailer length. OOPs ! Case in point....:S...Dennis http://i.imgur.com/UgR5Nerl.jpg
Executive 07/02/15 01:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toyota wins the Ugly truck award!!!

Perhaps you should fix the link!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And how would you like me to do that? It's not my post so only the OP or a mod can "fix" it....:S:S...Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 12:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: using shark bites on pluming

I find it interesting the OP is "Ocean Bound" asking about "shark bites".....:B...Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 12:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Progressive EMS Trouble

I must have missed where the OP said there was a display...:h:h...I, too think it's their main breaker that popped.Dennis
Executive 07/02/15 12:26pm Beginning RVing
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