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New Flooring

DW and I are looking to remove all the carpet and have wood flooring put down. We will be in Florida after the first of the year. Any suggestions on a place that will do the job without taking me to the cleaners.
Sez Hoo! 08/13/14 06:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bundling

Well still no response from GS on this matter. They offer good services, why not make it easier for people that renew year after year. :h
Sez Hoo! 07/23/14 05:30am Good Sam Club
RE: Disney Workamping

I seriously doubt that the surrounding parks are that much lower in price than Fort wilderness where its going to make that big of difference. When I go to Fort Wilderness I pay about $68 a night for their basic full hookup site
Sez Hoo! 07/21/14 05:48am Workamping Forum
RE: Disney Workamping

What good are the perks if you are paying top dollar for a place to park your rig?
Sez Hoo! 07/20/14 07:11am Workamping Forum
RE: Bundling

I would like to here from Marcus on this matter. I would rather not get a bunch of lip service. I wouldn't fulltime without the services and I'm sure I'm not the only one that feels this way. I've read a book called the death of common sense in America. This issue should have been in the book.
Sez Hoo! 07/16/14 12:17pm Good Sam Club
Bundling

A while back I asked about GS coming out with a package deal for those of us that are GS Club members plus have The Roadside Assistance plus the GS Extended Service plan. The response I received was that something was in the works. I still haven't seen anything from GS on that matter. To have 3 separate memberships to the same company that expire on 3 different dates is ridiculous. Please tell me if I'm wrong here. A blind man can see what the right thing to do here is.:S
Sez Hoo! 07/15/14 12:49pm Good Sam Club
RE: Questions about washer/dryer combo

Try contacting the tech support below. Phone : 800-490-8018 Fax : 832-201-0854 Email : allen@pinnaclecombos.com The website says it has a dry only function. If the unit is vented look outside for a vent in the area where the unit is located in side.
Sez Hoo! 07/14/14 06:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Disney Workamping

In Florida you go to the casting office in Downtown Disney. You apply for the job. If they are interested you'll hear from them in about 30 day. Then you have to go back for a face to face interview. As was stated earlier you are not a workamper. You are a Cast Member(employee). Where you set up your RV is on you.
Sez Hoo! 07/14/14 06:05am Workamping Forum
RE: New Problem

I'm a retired Coast Guard Chief Electrician. A melted wire nut is usually caused by it being loose. A loose connection will generate a lot of heat. I suggest cutting back the burnt wires and reconnect them with a new wire nut. If you have a clamp on amp meter, check your amp draw on both hot leads.
Sez Hoo! 07/14/14 05:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good Sam Swipe & Save Card

You wouldn't have to worry about missing the payment date if you increase the amount from $1500 to $2500. In doing so they will automatically tap your checking acct. You never have to worry about being late. I have my GEICO Insurance and Cell phone bill set up the same way. The older I get the worse my memory gets, so this way works just fine for me. Its all done by computer now so the human error factor is out of the equation. I've never had any problems being over or under charged.
Sez Hoo! 07/14/14 05:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good Sam Swipe & Save Card

If you use the rv plus card at the truck pumps then it ask if you want tractor fuel or reefer fuel. No tax paid on reefer fuel but a huge fine if you get caught using it for other than reefer fuel. Tell it you want tractor fuel, when it asks for your control number that is the pin # you set up for the card. For diesel fuel you save $.06 off the cash price.
Sez Hoo! 07/09/14 02:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New at this and wondering

I would forget using the campground, stop at a Flying J and dump there, it will cost way less than a CG. You can take on fuel, water, propane and if necessary you can dump as well. I only pull into a CG if I want to do laundry. Some rest areas have dump stations too. If you have a 70 gal grey tank then I would guess that you have about a 100 gallon freshwater tank. Do the math, when your grey is full your not too far to empty on the fresh water.
Sez Hoo! 07/06/14 04:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Air outlet on class A

I don't want to carry air hose and connectors with me if the dealer was incorrect I think its a good practice to not only carry an air hose and connectors, but an air compressor as well. :B
Sez Hoo! 07/06/14 04:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: flying J

Its usually the people in TT or 5'ers that say they go to regular gas stations and get better prices. Try doing that with a large DP with a toad. Your toad will be out in the road while you get gas or fuel. Then pray that you don't have to backup to get out.
Sez Hoo! 06/27/14 08:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: flying J

Its usually the people in TT or 5'ers that say they go to regular gas stations and get better prices. Try doing that with a large DP with a toad. Your toad will be out in the road while you get gas or fuel. Then pray that you don't have to backup to get out.
Sez Hoo! 06/27/14 08:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stopping Overnight

I carry 100 gallons of fresh water, have a 75 gallon grey water tank and a 65 gallon black tank. I have a 7kw generator and plenty of fuel, why do I need hookups? Can't see spending money just to sleep.
Sez Hoo! 06/26/14 05:28am Beginning RVing
RE: Stopping Overnight

I do stay overnight at truckstops. I do park where the trucks park. I was raised around trucks so the noise is like music to fall asleep to. I pump my fuel in the truck lanes just like you. I have just as much right to those facilities as you do.
Sez Hoo! 06/26/14 04:26am Beginning RVing
RE: After 4 months trading in the toy hauler for a Class A

Good luck on your decision. It looks like a nice coach. We all go through the process of buying and selling until we are finally comfortable with our choice. I think that you will like Tiffin as we have enjoyed our current and last for over ten years. Enjoy. Congrats on your new coach! :B I must have been lucky. This is our first coach and its a perfect fit for us. All my years in the Coast Guard I saw people trading in their boats, moving up to something a bit bigger and better. That gets expensive. Do your homework buy the right RV the first time and there won't be any woulda shoulda coulda! :S
Sez Hoo! 06/26/14 04:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: PVC pipe has crack

If its a short crack go to Lowes or Home Depot and get a rubber fernco coupling and cut out the bad piece of pipe. If its a longer crack get two rubber couplings and a piece of pipe. Now you'll have a flexible joint and will never crack again.
Sez Hoo! 06/19/14 04:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling fulltime: Your choice of rig?

Ok here is my opinion, and its worth what you paid for it. If you are going to full time then a class A is what you need and here is why. Unless you have a lot of $$$ to keep on the move you are going to be stationary for periods of time. During that time (if you have a 5'er or TT) your daily driver vehicle is going to be a large truck that is not very economical for a daily driver. Also you are adding wear and tear to the vehicle to your TV which will reduce its life span. With a Class A, you can tow almost any vehicle that will work for you as a daily driver(my choice is a Jeep Wrangler). So while you are stationary you are not adding wear and tear to the rig that you rely on to move you safely down the road. Also as a full timer you WILL require more storage space. So a class A IMHO is the way to go for a full timer.
Sez Hoo! 06/17/14 05:07am Full-time RVing
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