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RE: Blowing out water lines mistake ??

I would be afraid those lines didn't get blown out. Seems like the only ones going through would have been the cold water lines. With wh valves closed, and center valve closed, no where for the water and air to go. I would do it again, with valves in correct positions.
brirene 09/19/14 09:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Thought I'd touch base...

Welcome back, Mama! Very sorry to hear about your loss. Condolences to you and your family. Glad to know we'll "see" you around here again.
brirene 09/19/14 07:26am Around the Campfire

Congratulations on your success so far! One day, or maybe even one hour, at a time. I'be been there, still doing that.
brirene 09/18/14 06:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: Change coolant from the green to the extended...

Additionally, one comment was that pre-mix Final Charge was less expensive. NOT TRUE. Not when you consider that you get two for one with the concentrate. I was referring to cost per gallon, but of course you're right about the two for one. Still, my area was 25.99 for concentrate, 9.99 for the mix, so close, but still somewhat less expensive for the mix, especially when adding the cost of distilled water. That said, I would get the concentrate. Fwiw.
brirene 09/16/14 09:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Change coolant from the green to the extended...

Iirc, I paid $20-25 per gallon for the final charge concentrate. Pre-mixed is quite a bit cheaper, but all the recommendations I saw suggested the concentrate and distilled water for mine. Edit: just found the receipt: $25.99/gal at O'Reilly.
brirene 09/15/14 06:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michigan

Holland Beach also has some fhu. As mentioned, most if not all state parks have electric, but all also have quiet hours which would probably preclude the use of a generator at night.
brirene 09/15/14 05:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I think I got a steal of a deal!

Double post.
brirene 09/14/14 06:48pm Dinghy Towing
RE: I think I got a steal of a deal!

Not a bad deal, I guess, but I WAS wondering when you got a mh! :)
brirene 09/14/14 06:48pm Dinghy Towing
RE: cataloochee camp groud great smokey mtns

No stores near there. The road to the cg is definitely tight. 5 or 6 (iirc) miles of gravel with lots of turns and blind curves. Just take your time and you should be fine. Lots of units your size go in there. Cataloochee area is well worth the hassle getting there.
brirene 09/14/14 06:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winterizing pump hose attachment

Yes, open the low point drains and let them empty. Open an inside hot and cold faucet at the same time. No, you don't need to do anything special to winterize them other than that. Don't forget to empty your water heater and use the bypass valves for that.
brirene 09/14/14 06:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: tire pressure gauge maintenance

I'm hopeful someone can find the article as well. I bought a "good", heavy duty gauge a couple of years ago when a truck stop closed. It has the pressure relief button, supposed to hold the reading until manually released. It no longer holds the pressure, and I'm hopeful its just an adjustment vs. trashed. Only used it a few times and still stored in its original packaging. I set this aside and forgot about it until last week. Had a can of 3in1 oil and just put a few drops over the holes in the pressure relief valve, while working the button. Set it aside for a couple days, and it now holds pressure. Thanks for the suggestions on this thread!
brirene 09/14/14 12:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Joliet,il to Great Smokey Mtn

Depends which route and what type of stops you mean. Overnight campgrounds are plentiful; just pick one. Assuming you'll eventually get to 75, we like stopping at the Kentucky Artisan center in Berea for a quick meal, coffee, and to look at the local items for sale.
brirene 09/14/14 10:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winterizing pump hose attachment

I made my own on a previous tt. Just a good length of the appropriate size rubber hose, and the correct size female connector. All you have to do is disconnect the pump intake and replace with your homemade one. Make sure it's long enough to go to the bottom of the bottle. Turn on the pump and let it draw into the system. Sorry I don't remember the exact sizes.
brirene 09/13/14 07:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rt 24 from Colorado Springs to I70

X3. Good road without any major problem areas.
brirene 09/11/14 07:18pm Roads and Routes
RE: Lions, tigers and mice

Just so you know a cat might not be the final answer. It is when they spend a good deal of time patrolling UNDER the unit, as Meanie, Minie and Moe do! Of course, that only applies while parked at the s&b.
brirene 09/10/14 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lions, tigers and mice

Peanut butter baited traps in both rigs. Plenty of them. That worked for me, but they do have to be checked relatively frequently, as mentioned. That is until DW's co-worker had some cats to find homes for. Ended up with 3;no mouse problems since.
brirene 09/09/14 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: username

I believe you have to notify the administrator and request a change. Click the "help" link, above, right of banner. It's addressed a ways down the page.
brirene 09/08/14 05:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: Slide Out Creaking

I wouldn't think it's your actual slides making noise, as they should be pretty tight unless something is wrong. Possibly your seals are making noise. Try lubricating the slide seals. That might make a difference.
brirene 09/07/14 03:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Bike riding at Twin Creek Campground- Gatlinburg

Not really big enough. X2, and the highway is pretty busy. Don't recall if there is a sidewalk there, but don't think so.
brirene 09/07/14 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Storing a jayco 23b or other camper/ lowering of tire air

AC cover is just a couple of screws, lifts right up. Good idea! If you can gain what you need, easier than messing with the tires
brirene 09/07/14 11:34am Hybrid Travel Trailers
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