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RE: How hot does she get?

We test our trucks way beyond 222F. Trailer tow test abort temperatures can be as high as 250F! So you're fine...
sch911 07/30/14 11:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: Water in AC vent.

All good suggestions, but also consider that if hot moist air comes in contact with the cold AC vanes there could be condensation that forms. That is why there is a pan with drain holes that ksg mentioned. It is to carry the moisture to the outside. All air conditioners do this. You're missing my point. Not talking about condensate drainage. Cold fins, moist air = drip, drip! I got your point but stand by mine. The pan will catch all that drip, drip and direct it outside. The OP stated that he found the drain plugged. Again! The OP is talking about the air outlets not the evaporator. When the outlet fins get cold condensate forms and drips. There is no catch pan for that...
sch911 07/29/14 07:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ford vs Ram vs Chevy diesels

That ain't a real test. This is how it's done a little dated but... This is a real test.
sch911 07/28/14 05:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Any Reliable on-line sites to sell 5th wheel?

E-Bay, RV-Trader.com
sch911 07/28/14 05:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Water in AC vent.

All good suggestions, but also consider that if hot moist air comes in contact with the cold AC vanes there could be condensation that forms. That is why there is a pan with drain holes that ksg mentioned. It is to carry the moisture to the outside. All air conditioners do this. You're missing my point. Not talking about condensate drainage. Cold fins, moist air = drip, drip!
sch911 07/28/14 03:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Water in AC vent.

All good suggestions, but also consider that if hot moist air comes in contact with the cold AC vanes there could be condensation that forms.
sch911 07/25/14 09:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Selling a tow car.

If it were me I'd take the baseplate off sell it and the car on Craigslist separately. You'll have a much wider audience IMHO.
sch911 07/25/14 09:15am Tow Vehicles
RE: keeping passengers in back of class A cool

Yes we all do. That's why you have a generator!
sch911 07/24/14 04:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to utilize existing wiring in ceiling

I would bet that if you took off the vent's inner liner you'll find 12V wiring in there. Most RV vents are pre-wired for vent fans.
sch911 07/23/14 06:28pm Tech Issues
RE: over chlorinated water holding tank

Leave the tank drain open while allowing city water to run into the tank fill inlet.
sch911 07/23/14 04:47pm Beginning RVing
RE: It's not just GM with bad ignition switches!

That recall is for faulty wiring in the overhead and has nothing to do with ignition switches. That's true about the link provided but we (Chrysler) did just recall 600K or so JGC's and Commander's for bad ignition switches too!
sch911 07/23/14 04:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing Safety Question

Too little hitch weight...
sch911 07/22/14 05:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Coach financing

This may help some...
sch911 07/22/14 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Possible Over Heating Allison Tranny (UPDATE)

218 is ok don't worry about it.
sch911 07/20/14 06:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cable TV Not Working

Are you sure you dont have one of these? http://pimages.solidsignal.com/RV-7042_medlrg.jpg That little black dot is the antenna amp power supply on/off switch. Note: The antenna booster in in the antenna head on the roof, the power supply is what you need to turn off.
sch911 07/20/14 06:56am Tech Issues
RE: tow questions

Your going to be well within the requirements with that truck. But,to be sure you need to tell us what the actual weight of the Ram PU is? Get to a scale. Then we can help. Otherwise you're only working with ratings (marketing gibberish like: payload 2,730 tow weight 8,850).
sch911 07/19/14 06:28pm Towing
RE: Slingbox

It requires a high bandwidth internet connection which is not always available. CG WiFi can be troublesome and your neighbors won't be happy with you hogging all the bandwidth. Portable cellular WiFi adapters (like the Jetpack) would work but you'll burn through you data allowances pretty fast.
sch911 07/17/14 06:20pm Technology Corner
RE: IPhone 6

You know we RV'rs consider ourselves pretty smart people, but knowing what new products Apple will be putting out before they are announced is really not one of them... :B
sch911 07/16/14 05:00pm Technology Corner
RE: I promise this is my last question....altitudes along I-90

You will not have any issues getting over the mountains with your rig. Just enjoy it and have fun!
sch911 07/15/14 04:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: horsepower on a Cummins 5.9

Cummins ISB
sch911 07/15/14 02:52pm Class A Motorhomes
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