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RE: Surge Suppressor

Once you calculate what it would cost to replace all your electronics (tv, radio, dvd player, fridge, water heater, furnace, AC, etc) consider a surge protector sort of an insurance policy. I would recommend not just getting a surge protector but an EMS 30AMP power protection unit from Progressive Industries. An EMS unit will do more than just protect your camper from surges. They make both portable and hard wired units. Link:http://www.progressiveindustries.net/ Here's a link to a recent thread:http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28168901.cfm
Wiscampsin 01/26/15 04:43pm Tech Issues
RE: 50 amp surge protector

X3 on a Progressive Industries unit.
Wiscampsin 01/26/15 09:02am Tech Issues
RE: A/C model number

Try taking off the interior 'quick cool' cover. There's a couple of tabs you push in to remove it. Get on a step stool, take a flashlight and look inside. There should be a label with both the model # and serial #.
Wiscampsin 01/24/15 09:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Pricing

I'd go for 30 - 33% off MSRP. And forget the dealer that charges you for the PDI (walkthru). Sometimes the MSRP can be different due to delivery charge distance from the factory.
Wiscampsin 01/21/15 11:40am Beginning RVing
RE: Forums/Blogs/Magazines Question

We subscribed to Trailer Life for years. As time went on the ads increased and articles decreased. Now I just stop by the local Library to read it.
Wiscampsin 01/21/15 11:35am Travel Trailers
RE: What do you use and where did you get it

Rubber shelf liner works well for keeping things from sliding around. Adding pieces of pool noodles in between things helps keep them in their place too, even in the fridge. I use pieces of pool noodles on the corners of the bedroom slide of our 5th wheel to protect my head (don't ask:)).
Wiscampsin 01/17/15 07:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Kitchen Island

Some models have the island on casters, so it can be moved (or removed entirely) if you want more floor space. Convenient, but just make sure you secure it when travelling.
Wiscampsin 01/16/15 04:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: In search of cheese

Here's a link for you. http://www.wisconline.com/attractions/cheese.html
Wiscampsin 01/15/15 04:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Greetings from Germany

Welcome Joe! Lot's of friendly, knowledgeable and helpful people here to help you.
Wiscampsin 01/14/15 10:04am RV Lifestyle
2015 Catalog?

Anybody know when the 2015 catalog comes out?
Wiscampsin 01/13/15 03:46pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Getting ready to pull the trigger. What do you guys think?

Those numbers appear to be phone numbers. That's alot of numbers.
Wiscampsin 10/08/14 12:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Your Rig

Sweet looking combo Firejpn!
Wiscampsin 07/22/14 11:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newbie Here - Oven Question

RV ovens typically do not heat/cook food as evenly as a home oven does. Many combat this by placing a pizza stone or 12"X12" unglazed tile in the rack under the food.
Wiscampsin 07/02/14 07:30am Travel Trailers
RE: My Viking Trailer

Enclosed underbelly. Helps keep road grime from getting on the frame, wires, plumbing, etc. Make sure all edges are sealed real good to prevent mice from getting in and building nests.
Wiscampsin 07/01/14 05:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Hello from Wisconsin

Welcome from fellow Wisconsinite.
Wiscampsin 07/01/14 05:37am Travel Trailers
RE: Newbe

Hi and congrats on your 2013 V-Cross 295VRK. You might want to join us over at the Forest River Forums too. Link:http://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/
Wiscampsin 06/25/14 07:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Highwalls

I'm confused! What exactly is a "High Wall Pop Up"??? High walls mean you don't have to flip up the galley area, counter tops are higher meaning more storage available in the cabinets. Hardwall wet bath areas. However they are heavier and higher than regular popups. Here's a link to one manufacturer so you can see the pics for yourself. As the pics scroll take a look at the 3rd one for a good interior shot. http://www.forestriverinc.com/PopUpCampers/RockwoodTent/
Wiscampsin 06/23/14 03:46pm Folding Trailers
RE: Highwalls

Jayco used to make a HW popup. I just checked their website and they don't come up anymore so maybe they discontinued the series. We used to have a Fleetwood Hemlock. Same floor plan but they changed the name to Niagra after a year. Build quality was great.
Wiscampsin 06/23/14 08:33am Folding Trailers
RE: Stove top covers for additional counter space

I made one using 3/4" plywood. I see your cutting board on photobucket and I believe the Atwood bi-fold just under it. Yup, DW wanted something more sturdy than the metal cover. Actually we don't use the one I made as a cutting board directly but do put a plastic cutting board on it when needed.
Wiscampsin 06/17/14 01:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stove top covers for additional counter space

I made one using 3/4" plywood.
Wiscampsin 06/16/14 03:45pm Travel Trailers
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