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RE: Jacks down during winter storage?

Mine stay up. I don't want the exposed hydraulic cylinders corroding. I do put some plywood under the tires however.
sch911 09/17/14 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiny, non-trailer, RV toy haulers?

A little bigger that a van but there is the Thor Outlaw
sch911 09/17/14 05:53pm Toy Haulers
RE: Crazy or Doable?

Agree with others. Get the truck weighed and you can re-calculate things. It could be better or worse than your estimate, but you'll know for sure then.
sch911 09/16/14 02:39pm Towing
RE: Charging Station mod

Very nice!
sch911 09/16/14 06:17am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Annual fall question

This is what we do: Drain water heater, leave plug out. Drain all holding tanks and open low point drains. Blow out water lines with 45 psi air, opening each fixture one at a time until only air runs out. Don't forget outside shower and toilet lines. I leave all faucets open. Fill each p-trap and toilet with RV anti freeze. I do not use anti freeze in lines or holding tanks.
sch911 09/15/14 04:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: residential refrigerators Iin a TT

Power is generally the primary concern. Additional battery(s) and an inverter to keep it powered while not on shore power. Then there's the need to recharge the batteries that needs to be considered also.
sch911 09/15/14 01:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: Which music software do you recommend?

If you have a smartphone it can double as your MP3 player. In iTunes did you have iCloud enabled? If so your music may be available in the cloud already. I use Google Play Music player in the browser, and on an Android device for playback. Plays back both music from the local disk and cloud.
sch911 09/15/14 12:32pm Technology Corner
RE: Michigan

Pretty much every Michigan state park CG is electric only, with the exception of only 3 or 4, Sterling, Hartwick Pines, and ?. And those have both Electric only and FHU.
sch911 09/15/14 11:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Back-up cams

If your pre wired then by all means use it! It'll be a more stable signal. Use an ignition feed for power so the cam comes on with the key.
sch911 09/15/14 07:06am Truck Campers
RE: Building a parking for the trailer and cover suggestions

Good luck on your project. But even without an HOA you'll still have to get permits from your local officials. Hopefully you'll have no issues getting this approved.
sch911 09/15/14 06:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Electrical Problem

Check and reset your GCFI outlets. You have one tripped. GCFI outlets can feed several other outlets in an RV.
sch911 09/15/14 05:37am Travel Trailers
RE: My consignment is overpriced!

Look. This applies to any consignment lot. They are in the business of selling RV's. This is how they make their money. The last thing they want is to have your rig sitting there forever. The tactic of pricing it high then dropping the price is common. For those who've looked at it the price drop seems appealing. It'll take a while to sell but it will when it's priced right. If you needed to sell it immediately you should have done it yourself...
sch911 09/15/14 05:05am Camping World RV Sales
RE: GVWR/Towing capacity question

How do you figure GCWR? That's not listed on the spec page. Should be listed on the door jamb tire sticker.
sch911 09/14/14 06:46pm Towing
RE: GVWR/Towing capacity question

In layman's terms: GVWR = The maximum that the Dodge can weigh. GCWR = The maximum that the Dodge and the trailer can weigh. FAWR = The maximum that the front axle of the Dodge can weigh. RAWR = The maximum that the rear axle of the Dodge can weigh. What you can tow (What it can pull) = GCWR - Actual weight of the Dodge. Your Dodge's payload (what it can carry) = GVWR - Actual weight of the Dodge.
sch911 09/14/14 06:19pm Towing
RE: towing a GMC 1500 2015

Your 2WD choices are then: 1. On a trailer, or 2.Use a driveshaft disconnect system.
sch911 09/14/14 12:29pm Dinghy Towing
RE: towing a GMC 1500 2015

Is it 4WD? If so t-case in neutral and tow it 4 down.
sch911 09/14/14 12:01pm Dinghy Towing
RE: trany pump for 04 ranger edge help find

Is it a 4WD? If so it can go 4 down. For 2WD you could remove the driveshaft and tow it 4 down.
sch911 09/14/14 11:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: Dollie tow Jeep wangler unlimited

NO Neither the 2WD or 4WD Wrangler can be towed on a dolly. But the 4WD model can be towed 4 wheel down very easily. Why the dolly?
sch911 09/14/14 10:57am Travel Trailers
RE: Bose radio in motorhome

You cant beat that Bose sound!!! IMHO: Yes you can, and at a better price point also...
sch911 09/12/14 07:20pm Technology Corner
RE: How close is too close

This is a good reason to not install headers at all. Never felt the need to "upgrade" perfectly good components which were tested and certified by the manufacturer. Including their fully tested underhood and underbody thermal protection abilities....
sch911 09/12/14 03:57pm Class A Motorhomes
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