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RE: mail forwarding

We spend about 6 months in Texas and the rest at our S&B in Iowa and have used USPS forwarding for the last 4 years. For the most part, it appears it takes another 3-4 days for the mail to reach us; sometimes as much as 10 days for particular items, so we make other arrangements for those. No problems so far. A relative did find out that USPS cannot forward credit cards when his replacement cards were returned to the issuer. I like it that the junk mail does not get forwarded to us in Texas.
8ntw8tn 11/20/14 06:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Darn Cold

33 degrees in the Texas Hill Country this morning.
8ntw8tn 11/13/14 09:04am Snowbirds
RE: USAA Towing Insurance

We've been Coach Net members for the past 4 years. They have changed two tires for me and towed my truck & trailer once. When the truck broke down they arranged for both to be towed to the nearest campground and repair shop. It was a 45 mile tow and the bill was nearly $600. Coach Net paid the entire bill directly; no cash out of my pocket.
8ntw8tn 11/12/14 02:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: B&W Patriot or Pullrite ISR Super 5th?

These replies have been great. I'm leaning towards the B&W, but it appears from the replies that I could do equally as well with the Pullrite. My current hitch is an RBW. I contacted B&W for specific measurements and the Patriot definitely will not fit my rails. It appears I do not have the "universal" rails so I will have to get new rails as well. That's not a big deal other than if they would not fit my current brackets which are welded to the truck frame. Whatever, I'm sure I'll be able to adapt things once I've made my choice.
8ntw8tn 11/04/14 06:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Winter Texan Wanna Be

We, too, like the Hill Country. We just arrived at our park yesterday. It's cooler than what we've heard the RGV is, but still very comfortable. We're seeing mid 70's right now and the daytime temps will probably average in the low to mid 60's in December-January. Then it will start warming up toward the 70's & 80's.
8ntw8tn 11/02/14 09:06pm Snowbirds
RE: B&W Patriot or Pullrite ISR Super 5th?

Thanks for the replies. I've been looking at the prices on Tweety's; the B&W Patriot is on sale. That's in favor of it, but by no means the determining factor. Quality, reliability, and ease of use are most important.
8ntw8tn 11/02/14 06:50pm Fifth-Wheels
B&W Patriot or Pullrite ISR Super 5th?

I'm going to replace my RBW hitch and have narrowed the choices down to the B&W Patriot or the Pullrite ISR Super 5th. Checking to see if anyone on here has experience with both, your preference, and the pros/cons. I'm going to use my existing rails. Thanks.
8ntw8tn 11/02/14 03:55pm Fifth-Wheels
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