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RE: Soon to be RV 5th owner

I agree on making sure that you purchase one built for full time living, not only because they are made for it, but also if you live full time in an RV not rated as such, your warranty is void.
ReneeG 02/08/16 07:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Camping with a 5th Wheel in Yellowstone Park

We've never stayed at Fishing Bridge, but have driven through and opted not to stay due to the tight setting. For those that say it doesn't matter, or something like that, because they are not there most of the day, think again. With any vacation, you'll want a day or two of rest between all that touring and staying at Fishing Bridge, may not afford you that type of comfort. We've stayed at Gros Ventre, Colter Bay, Bridge Bay, and Grizzly RV, Baker's Hole, West Yellowstone KOA in West Yellowstone, and even Red Rock RV. Our favorite is Baker's Hole outside the park. We opt to accept the driving to and from, in order to have a more relaxed home base.
ReneeG 02/06/16 09:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Full pics & some info... 2017 Super Duty

Hmmm, I like the current DRW fenders. The new ones, to me look like pre 2000 models. What I really like is the section on Technology and all the new cameras, essential in backing up and towing! "Transformer" looking rear dually finders? Chris Agree.
ReneeG 02/04/16 08:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: Here's the new truck!!

Nice truck! Agree with the other comments on it being a towing beast! How do we know?! Experience. Love it for around the town driving too. Ours does not fit in our third garage bay, too tall.
ReneeG 02/04/16 07:01am Tow Vehicles
RE: best way into yellowstone national park

I have to agree with 2gypsies, enter from the south and spend some time in the Tetons. Then drive north to Yellowstone. Go back to Ohio by another route. Agree! We've been through all the entrances and you can go out the East entrance and spend time in Cody on your way out.
ReneeG 02/04/16 06:58am Roads and Routes
RE: Well, we finally bought... Have a question

GAP insurance is usually fairly inexpensive. It will pay the difference of what is owed on the loan to what your insurance will pay if your fiver is totaled. Well worth the couple hundred dollars. I would agree on this, but you can get this through your insurance too and it most likely will be less expensive. Worth the investment. As always, it's insurance that you never know if you'll need it but when you do, you're glad you had it.
ReneeG 02/04/16 06:54am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Full pics & some info... 2017 Super Duty

Hmmm, I like the current DRW fenders. The new ones, to me look like pre 2000 models. What I really like is the section on Technology and all the new cameras, essential in backing up and towing!
ReneeG 02/04/16 06:52am Tow Vehicles
RE: Trailer Saver hitch

With our DB3 we have the adapter kit (picture frame) to fit the puck system on our Ford. It's an available option that allow you to use your puck system. Not a big deal it works great or if you don't want to spend the money for the kit you can still use the old rail system that has been around for years. Like others have said we like the TrailerSaver and would use it with or without using our puck system. Same here, we have the adapter kit - no big deal to us. Another thing nice about this entire setup is that it comes apart and can be easily stored for the winter.
ReneeG 02/03/16 01:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Camping with a 5th Wheel in Yellowstone Park

Bridge Bay for room to get around with your rig. I've seen them in there, but we had a small travel trailer when we stayed there.
ReneeG 02/02/16 08:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trailer Saver hitch

Chucking, bucking whatever, it all disappeared with our BD3 we have had for 2 seasons now. I never get tired of watching the trailer moving independently of the truck. Our BD3 replaced a B&W Companion, which is a wonderful hitch, but it is just not designed to do what the Trailer Saver does and that is to provide a cushion of air between your truck and the trailer. You're right, about the trailer moving independent of the truck. We can look back and see it moving up and down on the hitch or side to side, each way slightly, but don't feel it. As the slogan goes - "TrailerSaver - the name says it all". An additional note on the price - we previously had a Hensley Arrow and they, Hensley, took it in trade for the BD3. Helped offset some of the cost.
ReneeG 02/02/16 08:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trailer Saver hitch

BD3 here also, first and only fifth wheel hitch we ever had. Please advise what this chucking thing is. Rick Good one! Chuckled at this, but it's true.
ReneeG 02/02/16 03:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trailer Saver hitch

We have the TrailerSaver BD3. It's the only hitch we've had and we don't have chucking. The weight of your fifth wheel will determine if you need the BD3 or TS3. Our fifth wheel is close to 14k fully loaded, full water tanks, gear etc., and the BD3 serves us well.
ReneeG 02/02/16 01:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cupboard space

Yes, I noticed the lack of cupboard space too when we were looking at a Class A. That was one of the main factors for our going with a towable.
ReneeG 01/27/16 09:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping in Banff

What a wonderful trip you have planned Janet. Enjoy!
ReneeG 01/27/16 09:05am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: We RV'd because of the dog

Thank you Dr. Doug for your comments. We've had to euthanize four beloved pets and each time we've consulted with our vet on the best decision and time and have always followed his advice.
ReneeG 01/27/16 07:26am RV Pet Stop
RE: We RV'd because of the dog

It's a very personal decision and everyone makes it differently. Heck, even the individual dog you lose will have an impact on whether you want another one or not and/or how long before you decide to go for it again. Terryallan, I understand your extreme dislike of having to put down your pet. But, one thing to remember, is that no matter what you do, every animal out there will die. I have taken in my pets and the pets of friends, as well as strays. None were easy, but I have to believe that I made their deaths more peaceful than it would have been otherwise. I do not want to die alone and/or in pain - I don't want anyone else or any animal to do so either. If that means I have to go through it again, then so be it. I do it for them - my pain means their release. Nicely said.
ReneeG 01/25/16 07:14am RV Pet Stop
RE: when is the best time to go to yellowstone national park

We've always gone in September. We've been there early, mid, and late and all are good times. Early it can be warmer than later, but the crowds are down and the weather is good. Plus the elk are rutting and gathering which is always good to see.
ReneeG 01/24/16 02:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Post your tow vehicle pics here

Well we arrived in havasu and woke up with message to call my wives Dr. Found out she has cervical cancer. cutting trip short. will ask for prayer. we have 13 days at river island starting 27 that will open up. Prayers for a good outcome and speedy recovery.
ReneeG 01/24/16 02:01pm Tow Vehicles
RE: We RV'd because of the dog

I read a saying on Facebook that said something like this, "When I die, don't say you're never getting another dog, but instead say what other dog can I help?"
ReneeG 01/23/16 03:45pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Triton V-10

Triton V10 is almost bullet proof but there is a difference with the gasser the RPM's run higher, the mileage is less 7-8 and if you go up mountains it will be slower. I went from a Class A gasser to a Diesel truck big difference IMO. We had a Triton V10, 6.8L F250 towing an 11k TT and it performed exactly like this along with the 7mpg when towing! Interesting.
ReneeG 01/22/16 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
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