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RE: Flush black tank after one weekend?

NO ONE has told him about the need for a "Y" adapter....:E:E:E....Dennis Y adapter? Go rent the movie "RV"...it will give you some insight on RVing if you're a newbie....:W....Dennis
Executive 10/09/15 02:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Surviving The 2015 SC Flood

Executive 10/09/15 02:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toad....4 wheels down

pure overpriced junk Are you from NORTH America or as you have listed, Norht America..:h
Executive 10/08/15 11:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Surviving The 2015 SC Flood

Last August...lost the toad. CG lost a Prevost, a Turbo Porsche 911 with less than 400 miles on it and a 2009 Newell! I couldn't move the coach because I couldn't move the toad, so I simply aired it up as high as it would go and crossed my fingers....Dennis http://i.imgur.com/XKAmZm1l.jpg http://i.imgur.com/2gC3pr8l.jpg
Executive 10/08/15 11:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flush black tank after one weekend?

NO ONE has told him about the need for a "Y" adapter....:E:E:E....Dennis
Executive 10/08/15 11:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flush black tank after one weekend?

Since you're looking for opinion/suggestions, here's mine. The cause of buildup/smell etc. in black tanks is due to inadequate water when flushing. To understand YOUR tank, do some experimenting. Empty the black tank completely. Using your flusher to fill the tank, note how long it would take to fill it approx 1/2 to 3/4 full. This would be your baseline. Now when you're at a campground for the weekend, you can fill your tank easily. Most likely you won't fill it 1/4 while using it so just fill it to your 1/2 timer. Empty and you're done until your next trip. Too many people overthing the black tank stuff. Water is your friend to keep it clean. Additives are a waste of money. Some add ice cubes to break up solids while traveling. This has been proven to be a falsehood, but it doesn't hurt anything either. I don't like traveling with "stuff" in either tank as it will slosh up on the walls of the tank and dry messing up any sensors you have and when dry you'll never get it off. Like a milk glass..fill it and the sides are nice and clean. As you drink the milk adheres to the sides of the glass..same deal with your tanks. Use plenty of water to flush, empty the black tank when you leave the campground and you'll not have any issues. Using the flusher takes only an extra few minutes before you leave your site so it's no biggie. Grey tank open while camping, black tank closed until you're ready to pack it up....Dennis
Executive 10/08/15 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Surviving The 2015 SC Flood

Exactly! Wood rot doesn't occur after a weekend of rain. You've had a leak for awhile. Water can enter anywhere and travel a great distance before pooling. Don't assume it's leaking anywhere near the pool of water....Dennis Sometimes I HATE water. BEFORE: http://i.imgur.com/KeAM4ntl.jpg AFTER: http://i.imgur.com/ThDEwPQl.jpg
Executive 10/07/15 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which truck signs do I need to worry about?

Holstein, you have to abide by them ALL...if you're driving a truck...otherwise they say nothing about an RV. That said, there are some signs that apply to YOU as well. The ones that say "Nothing, three axles or more" or "All vehicles 55mph when towing"...Dennis
Executive 10/07/15 08:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cold water from the shower

Shower WITH your wife...problem solved...:W:W....Dennis
Executive 10/06/15 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Order from factory vs buy off lot?

If you buy from the factory, it'll be NEW!...buying off the dealer's lot may mean it's been shopped a bit. Both will show new but someone could've farted in the one on the dealer's lot. I've done both and felt I saved some money buying the dealer's product but had to settle for a couple things I didn't want/need. Also, my opinion, I would never buy new again as the first year depreciation cannot be justified.......Dennis
Executive 10/06/15 02:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield replacement

We used RV Glass Solutions. They are nationwide and will come to the CG to install. They installed ours in Flagler Beach last year. Unfortunately our windshield broke again this year. They will replace it while we are in Vegas in a few weeks.....Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 10:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: another pic of swivel

It's a standard 10" or 12" trailer tire used on tons of snowmobile trailers. Here is their website. They make a dual wheel model as well. Swivel Wheel Sorry, I don't see where they say it's a 10 or 12" tire. All their propaganda talks about 8" tires. Also, they don't really talk about speed ratings of their tires. Only one reference to some guy from Carlisle tire saying he thought they'd go to 65MPH...good luck...:S....Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 02:31am Fifth-Wheels
RE: New at Work Camping!

Some simple tips: 1. Know what the job entails. 2. Know what your hours/days will be. Some have you work 15hrs/week but they want you 3hrs/day 5 days a week..sort of like a REAL JOB. 3. Know if you and your wife will be working the same days. If not, you'll be sitting a lot of the time instead of doing tourist stuff. 4. Know if they will be giving you a W-2 or similar for the work you do. Think income taxation AND the possibility of residency requirements. 5. If you're not satisfied with them or they are not satisfied with you, is there an exit strategy. Work Camping can be fun and satisfying, but if you aren't happy doing what's expected of you or your hours/days off etc. aren't what you expected, it'll be a long and tiring experience. The longest we will work is three months, but we get "itchy" after 30 days...YMMV.....Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 01:22am Workamping Forum
RE: DisneyWorld's Fort Wilderness

On the other hand for around the same money per night I could go to Cedar Point and get a nice size FHU pull through and get passes to both parks! And I can go back and forth because the park is walking distance from the campground! More info on this campground please. We are going in June. Cedar Point Lighthouse Point - Sandusky Ohio Be sure to get reservations early and ask about the "specials" which allow you to enter the park early and ride more rides, I believe we paid $85/night and the "Fast Lane Plus" was around $60......Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 01:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I Need a Halloween costume idea

How about going as a battery tender..:W:W:W.....:B....Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 12:56am Family Camping
RE: Replacing grey and black water valves (Valterra)

No...I doubt you have a crack. What you do have is a valve or two that are not installed correctly. If you look at your valves, the old ones are ok if you still have them, you'll see a rubber ring on both sides of the valves. These rings MUST remain in the grooves as you install the new valves. If not, you'll experience what you're seeing. What can you do now?:h Remove the valves. If only one is leaking, just remove that one. Reposition the "O" rings into the grooves. I used a bit of vaseline to hold mine in place. Once they're back in the grooves, carefully reinstall the valve. Snug the screws back in place and give it a try. Sometimes it takes several tries to get it right.....Good Luck....Dennis
Executive 10/05/15 12:52am Tech Issues
RE: Soon to be full-timer questions

Consider too, the cost of INSURANCE :E...Full timer insurance will cost you in the neighborhood of $2-3k depending on coverage. Full timer insurance is a combo of vehicle insurance and homeowner's policy. Then there's the domicile state thing, mail delivery, etc etc....Lots to consider..Dennis
Executive 10/03/15 01:16am Beginning RVing
RE: another pic of swivel

What's the SPEED rating of that tiny tire.???:h
Executive 10/03/15 01:03am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Mouse activity

I've heard Coyote Urine sprayed liberally inside will keep mice out....Dennis
Executive 10/02/15 02:37am Travel Trailers
RE: Yellowstone 2016 campground experiences

Since you're taking the kids, my recommendation would be Grizzly RV in West Yellowstone. Close to the park and TONS of stuff for the kids. We had the grandkids with us and as much as they loved Yellowstone and the animals, they couldn't wait to get back to the campground. Check it out!....Dennis
Executive 10/02/15 01:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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