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RE: drop down box

for the woodalls portal I would be even more happy. There is no Woodalls portal any more, it just links you to Good Sams Club. Portals are being consolidated.
sch911 03/26/17 04:51pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Equal Chain Setup

Yes, the trailer is straight and flat and connected with the jack still engaged holding the trailer in place. I start attaching the chains at the level where the ball just hits the trailer as its lowered and i stop the jack. Connect the ball and then raise everything (tow vehicle and trailer) back to about 1-2" above level with the jack. Now connect your chains. It will be much easier.
sch911 03/24/17 04:05pm Towing
RE: Equal Chain Setup

Are you raising the tongue with the jack up above level after connecting the ball, before attaching the bars?
sch911 03/24/17 03:29pm Towing
RE: ZTE Mobley with ATT unlimited plan to replace my HughesNet

They said in the other forum the mobley can't read anything from your vehicle, its a hotspot only. Yes it certainly does, it's par of AT&T's effort to connect your vehicle and provide services like lock unlock (as mentioned), etc...
sch911 03/21/17 02:11pm Technology Corner
RE: First post, first TT, first of many stupid questions.

Do you have a WDH? Sway Control? How much does the TT weigh when loaded? How much does the Tahoe weigh when loaded? What is the Tahoe's GVWR, GCWR?
sch911 03/21/17 02:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: Luxury vs. Mid-level Pushers

H'mm, Coachmen and Four Winds, Mid level and Luxury level? IMHO Until you start looking at true high end coaches like: Newmar, Country Coach, Monaco, or Tiffin your not to the Luxury level yet. A $15K difference is not that much when the coaches are in the 300K to 600K range, which is where the Luxury brands hang out.
sch911 03/21/17 09:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: ZTE Mobley with ATT unlimited plan to replace my HughesNet

So you all realize that when used in your vehicle plugged into the OBD port the Mobley can and will upload vehicle data to AT&T? I opted for a used AT&T Unity MiFi device purchased from eBay for $50. I then activated it on my AT&T plan which has shared data. No chance of big brother watching my driving habits or it being stored away in the cloud. Works at home, in the car, etc.
sch911 03/21/17 07:16am Technology Corner
RE: insurance

ok. i understand, lets put it this wayy, what are some sample rates people are paying for class A $1200/year 2009 Diesel Pusher
sch911 03/20/17 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dinghy tow a 2006 Lexus GX470

2006 GX470 Owners Manual Page 405 of your owners manual states: "Do not tow your vehicle with four wheels on the ground. This may cause serious damage to your vehicle."
sch911 03/20/17 02:46pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Cell Phone Guru's? question

Yes some of the Screens/Apps look different. Normal... Same for me but I'm on AT&T.
sch911 03/20/17 02:33pm Technology Corner
RE: Autonomous vehicles and RVing in the future

No there will always be cars driven by humans. There are other articles out there stating that something like 77% of vehicle owners would never consider owning an Autonomous vehicle. I wouldn't get your hopes up too much just yet....
sch911 03/20/17 05:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Destin Fl. Attractions

Air Force Armament Museum - Elgin AFB Ft. Walton Beach. Boogies Glass Bottom Boat Ride. Rent a Pontoon Boat in Destin Harbor. Breakfast - The Donut Hole (be prepared for a long wait). Lunch - The Back Porch, Dewey Destin's Pizza - Jordano's (Sandestin). Dinner - Stinky's Fish Camp (Best Seafood, on 30A Santa Rosa Beach), Louisiana Lagniappe (Destin Harbor Harbor pretty good too).
sch911 03/19/17 01:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: insurance

One is a motor vehicle, the other a trailer. Impossible to compare, unless you include the trailers tow vehicle in the analysis.
sch911 03/18/17 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Add extra circuit

Have you had issues with running the A/C and the MW at the same time? Every 30A RV I've owned never had any issues...
sch911 03/16/17 05:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Flat towing dingy height

I've always read 3" was the max desired difference.
sch911 03/16/17 04:27pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Flat tow 2003 Land Rover Discovery

The Disco II can be towed 4 down (from the OM Pg:217): Towing the Vehicle WARNING ALWAYS adhere to the following procedure when towing the vehicle with all four wheels on the ground. Failure to do so could result in unintended vehicle movement or unanticipated vehicle conditions. 1. Apply the parking brake. 2. Secure the towing attachment from the recovery vehicle to the front towing eye of the vehicle to be recovered. 3. Turn the starter switch to position ‘II’, so that the brake lights and direction indicators can be operated. 4. With the foot brake applied, set the main gearbox in ‘N’ (neutral) and then put the transfer box into neutral. 5. Set the main gearbox in ‘P’ (park). 6. Release the parking brake before towing the vehicle. NOTE: If, due to an accident or electrical fault, it is not considered safe to turn the starter switch, the vehicle cannot be towed with wheels on the ground. WARNING DO NOT attempt to tow the vehicle unless the starter switch is turned to position ‘II’. If the vehicle is towed with the starter switch in position ‘I’, an inconsistency in the recorded vehicle mileage will occur. This must then be rectified by a Land Rover retailer. DO NOT remove the key or turn the starter switch to position ‘0’ while the vehicle is in motion; the starter switch must be at position ‘II’. Without the engine running, the brake servo and power steering pump cannot provide assistance; greater effort will therefore be required to operate the brake pedal and turn the steering wheel. Longer stopping distances will also be experienced. CAUTION: Leaving the starter switch in position ‘II’ for extended periods will put a raw on the battery, which can lead to voltage drop and ultimately to a discharged battery.
sch911 03/16/17 03:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: When to throw in the towel on an older motorhome

It has been my experience that For most RV's this kind of cost avoidance is only possible if you can perform most repairs/modifications yourself. This goes for all RV's old and new IMHO. Having repair abilities makes the ownership experience far more sustainable over the long run...
sch911 03/16/17 11:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Login Password Reset

Seriously? You need to do better.... Top 4 ways to do it.
sch911 03/16/17 10:43am Technology Corner
RE: What is this part called on the fresh water tank

Need a picture !
sch911 03/15/17 05:01pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Awning for slide out?

Those slide-toppers flap and makes lots of noise in windy conditions. Only when they are improperly adjusted....
sch911 03/14/17 11:19am General RVing Issues
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