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RE: Wholesale Warranties

Check out Howard and Linda of RV Dreams and their Wholesale Warranties information - http://www.rv-dreams-journal.com/2014/10/rv-extended-warranties.html If we full timed, I'd go with them, but because we don't, we went with Good Sam, but I picked a custom package based on what our needs are and know what is covered and what is not.
ReneeG 10/31/14 10:53am Full-time RVing
RE: Anal

Always! I love to look sharp driving down the road!
ReneeG 10/31/14 10:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Post your tow vehicle pics here

Nice! Looks like ours.
ReneeG 10/31/14 07:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

"For the record my HA equipped TT towed/behaved just as well as my fiver" Glad to hear that as I just put the deposit down on a Evergreen Amped 32GS....I was conccerned about the transition from a 5th wheel to a TT This is absolutely correct. We've been to many RV shows where I hear salesmen telling prospective customers that a fifth wheel tows better than a TT or I hear fifth wheel owners saying that. Well, I can't keep my mouth shut so I tell them, "not if you have a Hensley".
ReneeG 10/31/14 07:20am Travel Trailers
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

Yes, 4X on the backup camera. We had one too and DH painted around the "port", bright red so he could easily see it in the camera for directing the stinger. He also made sure to spray it with a lube so it helped it go in easier.
ReneeG 10/30/14 01:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

Had a Hensley Arrow on our last RV - a 32' TT. Yes, lining up the stinger to the hitch is the only tough part, but we had the Hitch Helper and that helped immensely in moving it right or left that fraction of an inch that is needed. Once in, it locked up beautifully.
ReneeG 10/30/14 07:24am Travel Trailers
RE: Self-Inflicted Eye Injury

I know what you mean! So glad he's going to be ok.
ReneeG 10/28/14 09:42am RV Pet Stop
RE: 1969 Hi Lo Bon Voyage 209 overhaul

Very nice!
ReneeG 10/28/14 07:25am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Propane tank makes "pinging" noise.

We also had the same happen in our last RV and after researching found it was the valve or nature of that type. Keeping the tanks full helped. Also, in our current rig, when it gets really cold, our tanks will make a noise that sounds like a siren. Scared the heck out of us one morning up in the middle of nowhere to hear sirens early in the morning. It was the gas going through the lines. We don't always hear it but seems to occur more at high altitude.
ReneeG 10/27/14 02:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: washing gel coat siding

I use that pink stuff from CW that has wax in it and is made for gelcoat. Works for me. I do too. It's called Gel Gloss Heavy Duty RV Wash and Wax and it's fantastic. Wash, rinse, and drip dry and I get a spotless, shiny finish. We also use it on our cars.
ReneeG 10/26/14 12:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Samson S4 issues

I have the Samsung Galaxy S5 and this happens too. This can't be changed, as far as I know, the system thinks it's being helpful by adding your contacts from all your installed apps to your phone contacts list. I haven't hunted in the applications to see if it can be changed or not.
ReneeG 10/26/14 12:30pm Technology Corner
RE: Advice on tire issue with fifth wheel

You might want to invest in a Tire Pressure Monitor System, saved us thousands of dollars in possible damage. Well worth the money! We've had out rear saved a couple of times from additional damage when our PressurePro system alerted us. We've had ours for over a year and I love it. The folks at L&S Safety Solutions are great. This is true, but for an instant failure, you will not be alerted till the tire has failed. How do I know? Because it's happened to us.
ReneeG 10/24/14 08:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Locked inside by entry assist handle

Here is a direct link to the article. This will make it much easier to find. Great article by the way. I'll be showing it DH. Direct Link to article
ReneeG 10/24/14 07:58am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Really disappointed

Bob, I completely agree with you. This is our second rig from the same mfgr; we bought our first one used/out of warranty and had all the records from it's prior owner. And in spite of the fact that all her expenses and all of ours that would have been covered by an extended warranty come nowhere close to the aforesaid four grand, my husband couldn't be talked out of it. I'm still working on him, though! We'd be better off spending the cash on earthquake insurance--which we don't have, and this is our only primary living space! Honestly, look at what is covered and what is required of you to get it covered and its just not worth it, most of the components in a new RV are warranted by the suppliers for 2 years (Dometic , norcold, etc )a dealer talked me into a warranty once, when I got the policy and read the exclusions I cancelled. You're correct. We did not buy a GS Warranty till after the factory warranty passed. Still, we bought the exact policy and full well know what is not covered. I must've called the salesperson from GS back 4 or 5 times asking questions, had him send me paperwork to read, etc. before we decided. We went with GS because we are part time RV'ers and the cost of Wholesale Warranties was not worth it to us. Were we full time RV'ers we would have gone with Wholesale Warranties.
ReneeG 10/24/14 07:46am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Didn't Believe about the Chinese Tires

I guess from these 7 pages of posts, it is up to the individual to choose which Third World Nation they want to produce their tires. Really confusing but I will be digging into the LT vs. ST, China vs. non-China, load range upgrading etc. in the next couple of years; so I enjoy these posts. Save yourself some time and go straight to the expert - Roger Marble and his RV Tire Safety blog. I listed the link in this thread.
ReneeG 10/23/14 10:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Didn't Believe about the Chinese Tires

I'm guessing they were original equipment? So 5 yr old tires grenade, don't think it had anything to do with them being Chinese. Just my very humble opinion. Probably but, I bought the TT used and I think things were cobbled together and who knows. They were the Westlake brand, with excellent tread. So...you really don't know how the tires were treated, whether they were ever run under/over inflated, how many curbs they hopped, or even how old they were. But the problem was definitely where they were made however long and many miles ago. With all due respect, this is why I take complaints about "China bombs" with a huge grain of salt and healthy dose of skepticism. As I said on page 1, how the legend propagates. Jmho. Exactly. In addition, you cannot judge a book by its cover, errr I mean you cannot judge a tire by its tread. So often there are underlying problems waiting to happen.
ReneeG 10/23/14 08:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Didn't Believe about the Chinese Tires

For an expert opinion on all issues regarding RV tires - check out this link on RV Tire Safety with Roger Marble. You can contact him directly with any questions you may have and he is extremely helpful and very responsive.
ReneeG 10/22/14 07:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Didn't Believe about the Chinese Tires

Funny thing that nobody promotes changing TV tires after 5 years and posts blown tire stories;most TV tires do more miles than TT tires do. Could it be a double standard? I would be quite angry if my TV tires only lasted a few thosand miles or years. Seems like the tire sales people have a good profit center going.Just my grass roots opinion and yes I have LT tires on my TT. Different issues. TV tires generally don't sit for long periods of time, yet RV tires do. TV tires do require replacement based on mileage so based on what your average annual mileage is, you may be replacing sooner than 5 - 7 years.
ReneeG 10/22/14 07:04am Travel Trailers
RE: wyoming trip

Bridge Bay within the park is definitely a good option and roomy for any level of experience in parking an RV! As for West Yellowstone as a suggestion, yes, there are many options there with Grizzly RV and an KOA there. We prefer Bakers Hole CG, 2 miles North, with electricity and plenty of room. Baker's Hole is first come, first served and that's the only drawback. So, you have your homework planned for you. At the recommendation of another person and forum here, next time we go to Yellowstone, we're staying at Buffalo Bill State Park in a hookup site so we can check out that side of the valley.
ReneeG 10/22/14 06:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Didn't Believe about the Chinese Tires

I'm guessing they were original equipment? So 5 yr old tires grenade, don't think it had anything to do with them being Chinese. Just my very humble opinion. I agree.
ReneeG 10/21/14 03:11pm Travel Trailers
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