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RE: Honoring warranty work between dealerships

Thanks for your responses. I took some time and visited the second dealer this morning. Just had to document the original attempt at repair (save those service orders!) which then determined if it is covered as a service warranty or extended. As I understand it, since I'm well within the 2 year shop warranty I shouldn't have to repay the deductible since the original dealership didn't/couldn't fix it right, (x3, actually). Thanks again!
brirene 07/28/16 01:59pm Tow Vehicles
Honoring warranty work between dealerships

Can anyone enlighten me as to how warranty work is honored from one dealership to another? Case in point, local dealership has done work under extended warranty, and has made my truck progressively worse through 3 attempts to complete the repair. It needs to be addressed a fourth time. It's still under warranty. Another dealership I trust is farther away and much less convenient, but I trust them to fix it right, and I've lost all faith in the first one. I don't wish to pay a deductible again for the same problem. How is the second dealership paid? Is it covered under the extended, or the dealership? I don't want the second one to get screwed while the first one gets off the hook. Anyone know? Thanks!
brirene 07/27/16 07:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Questions on installing second AC

I installed a second unit in a fiver I had back in 2005 a 30 amp Sandpiper. I used the existing vent above the bed. I was able to run a wire through the ceiling from that area toward the door side to a closet. There I installed a small GE breaker box which I used to run some additional outlets. I continued down into the basement and ended the wire on the curb side with a flush mount male receptacle. Used a short 12 gauge extension to the 20 amp in the post. That's the one I've been waiting for. If I was to add a second unit, that's the way I'd do it.
brirene 07/27/16 07:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cooking on the Campfire

Wrap some potatoes in foil and put them right on the coals of the fire, turn a couple of times, great baked potatoes!
brirene 07/24/16 05:53pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 5 Star Tune and Ford Warranty

Probably a good call.
brirene 07/24/16 05:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rv full time

Buy the P/U first as the weight ratings on the vehicle will determine the trailer you can safely haul. X2. Not to mention you don't want to have to pay someone to bring it to you, or leave it sitting at the dealer after you've bought it. Also, let the dealer set up your hitch system correctly, and show you how to do it yourself.
brirene 07/24/16 09:07am Full-time RVing
RE: Full awning replacement

Youtube is your friend. Lots of videos on it, and many folks have credited them with explaining the process well and making it easier.
brirene 07/24/16 09:00am Travel Trailers
RE: 25% Off Harbor Freight Coupon thru 7/24/16

Rules is rules.
brirene 07/24/16 08:43am Tech Issues
RE: Emerals Ash Borer

From an Indiana DNR email: "Of Indiana’s 92 counties, 88 have now detected EAB. Emerald ash borer has not been found in Benton, Fountain, Vermillion and Warren counties in west-central Indiana. The DNR is in the process of removing the EAB quarantine, which regulated the movement of ash wood and firewood of any hardwood species with the bark attached. While the quarantine helped slow the spread of EAB, it is no longer an effective tool." Sad to see.
brirene 07/19/16 03:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: Small 5th wheel

Welcome to the forum! Do you already have your TV (tow vehicle)? That will also be a factor in what you purchase.
brirene 07/17/16 08:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: natchez trace parkway

No problem at all. We're 13'+ and went south to north last spring. Enjoy the ride!
brirene 07/15/16 05:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: What are you reading?

Just started Bunker Hill: A City, a Siege, a Revolution by Nathaniel Philbrick.
brirene 07/14/16 12:35pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Chicago RV options?

Probably your best bet would be to stay at one of the outlying areas and take the Metra into the city. Stations are all around, north, west, south, and even the south shore line around the lake into Indiana. Most cg's are sufficiently far away from the city that they wouldn't offer a shuttle, at least AFAIK.
brirene 07/09/16 05:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Our new Jayco 29.5bhds

Nice! Congrats, your jayco should serve you well for many years.
brirene 07/08/16 07:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anyone have any updates on their Carlisle Radial Trail HD's?

You going with the HD's I assume? Let us know what you think.
brirene 07/07/16 07:56pm Towing
RE: Carlisle Radial Trail HD?

According to a thread a month or so ago, I got the impression the HD's are a version of the RH sold exclusively at Discount Tire. Just branding....Yes, I read what you wrote and my comment wasn't aimed directly at you, but where your information came from. That is why I said "False Info being passed there", when it leaves people with a false impression. By asking questions on other forums and sources just like you did can help bring out the facts. :@ I stand corrected and apologize to anyone misled by my initial comment. Clearly that is not the case. 3oaks, you're correct. I might have done a better job of indicating my post as unconfirmed. Happy trails.
brirene 07/07/16 09:36am Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone have any updates on their Carlisle Radial Trail HD's?

When I bought mine just a couple months ago Discount Tire was the only one that had them. I'm still not sure if they aren't an exclusive tire for just them, especially since the RH's are still referred to as 'new' on Carlisle's website. I got my RH's from Tread Depot in April of '15. Agree the HD's may be too new, also agree they're getting good reviews so far, as are the RH's. Happy with mine.
brirene 07/07/16 06:25am Towing
RE: Carlisle Radial Trail HD?

According to a thread a month or so ago, I got the impression the HD's are a version of the RH sold exclusively at Discount Tire. Just branding.False Info being passed there. Another example why to verify anything posted on the internet by unknown persons. ;) Which is why I qualified it by writing "I got the impression...". Reading is fundamental. Nice drive by, though. :R
brirene 07/06/16 08:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Camping near Nashville

While visiting Nashville a few months ago we stayed at Montgomery Bell SP. It's west of town, a little ways out, but nice. Not sure how it would work out if you have to go back and forth into town, but it wasn't a bad drive for our couple of trips.
brirene 07/06/16 02:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Carlisle Radial Trail HD?

According to a thread a month or so ago, I got the impression the HD's are a version of the RH sold exclusively at Discount Tire. Just branding.
brirene 07/06/16 02:46pm Travel Trailers
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