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RE: TPMS sensor faulty???

Probably have to replace the sensor. Just recently had to replace one on one of our small business vans. Started with intermittent low pressure warning even though pressure was correct. Then continuous low pressure warning showing 2 psi even though tire had 78 psi.
BB_TX 06/29/16 10:37am Tech Issues
RE: Common issues with Dodge 6.7L or Ford 6.7

You are going to get comments about the CP4 fuel pump failures on the Ford. But best I can tell from reading various diesel forums is that has been a problem on the first year of two of the 6.7 and not the later years. And not a lot of them at that.
BB_TX 06/28/16 05:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Lost my TV remote

Love our Harmony One with touch screen. One touch and it turns on the TV, sound system, and satellite.
BB_TX 06/28/16 02:23pm Technology Corner
RE: Boondocking in bear country?

Bear and car. Shouldn't have a problem getting in a camper.
BB_TX 06/28/16 02:00pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Propane and electric at the same time? Hot water heater??

We do it regularly if we expect to need a lot of hot water, or if the weather is cold and the incoming water is cold.
BB_TX 06/27/16 08:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: antenna TV question total newbie

If you are in the mountains and/or more than 50 miles or so from the nearest city with multiple OTA stations available, you are probably out of luck with your bat wing antenna.
BB_TX 06/27/16 02:27pm Technology Corner
RE: Cherokee 2011 26bh TT Problem

Can you post some pictures of the problem?
BB_TX 06/27/16 08:47am Travel Trailers
RE: IF, IF, if... 5th wheel dreaming

There are several brands now that make a front living plan where the bedroom and bathroom are at the rear on the lower level, along with the kitchen/dining. The living area is in the elevated front. But I don't know that any of the front living plans are 35' or under.
BB_TX 06/27/16 08:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: washer and dryer advice

You definitely want a vented unit, and if you have a 50A system get a 220V dryer. Except if you happen to stay in a 30 amp only park with a 50-30 adapter, you can't use the 220v dryer. We have had a Splendide vented combo for 9 years and still works great.
BB_TX 06/26/16 07:53pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Keystone Fail-Sky River RV Fail

Try contacting the problem help section in Trailer Life magazine.
BB_TX 06/26/16 07:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: EZ lube hubs

Mystic JT 6 Hi Temp #2 is one of the greases recommended on the Dexter web site and is what I use. But if you are going to use the EZ Lube system you will need at least one more tube. Dexter lube chart
BB_TX 06/26/16 02:27pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Decision : to get an older dog or not ?

After our 16 yr old Cocker we got as a puppy died, we adopted a 7 yr old Golden rescue. When she died at age 14, we adopted a 6 yr old Golden rescue who is now 11. "Golden oldies" as they are called. The big advantages of adopting older dogs is not having to do the house training, worry about chewing things not to be chewed, they are past the hyper puppy stage, among others. I love puppies, but would probably never get another.
BB_TX 06/25/16 02:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dish Tailgator hookup ?

What year model is your Montana? There are at least 3 different wiring configurations for the Montana coax over the last 15 years or so. Go over to the Montana Owners Club (MOC) forum. You can find schematic diagrams of the different wiring configurations as a help with sorting it all out. Along with help from other Montana owners who have gone thru the same problem. A number of us have been there/done that.
BB_TX 06/25/16 01:05pm Technology Corner
RE: JT strongarms

I think the rear struts would give you additional noticible stability by anchoring the rear of the frame to the foot pads. I did not want to weld to the frame. I cut a piece of 2"x2" square tube the width of the frame. I cut each end at 45 degrees and drilled two 9/16" holes in each end. Then mounted that tube to the frame using 1/2" self tapping bolts. Attached the JT mount go the center of the tube. Provides a very strong mount. http://rs906.pbsrc.com/albums/ac270/BB_TX/Camper/JTs/100_1137-1.jpg?w=480&h=480&fit=clip width=300
BB_TX 06/24/16 07:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: Favorite scenic drive?

Endless number of beautiful drives not to be missed. But I guess my top 2 would be; Banff to Jasper, Anchorage to Seward.
BB_TX 06/24/16 07:52am Roads and Routes
RE: Country Fill Tank???

Also make sure you have a tight seal on your water connection. The slightest air leak will prevent the pump from pulling water. Elevating the jug helps also as it requires less suction pressure. The shorter the hose the better also.
BB_TX 06/23/16 09:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Campgrounds near Denver that do not permit campfires

Touchy touchy touchy! ............ In other words, some here think 199 RV'ers in a 200 site CG can't enjoy their camping experience with having an outside fire of any type because one RV'er either doesn't like and can't stand any smoke. Not going to go over very well!!! Good luck! The OP (or any one else on this thread) did not suggest anyone give up their right for a campfire. The question was for info on any campground that did not allow campfires so that they could avoid the issue. And as usual, it turns into "an infringe on my rights" discussion. :S
BB_TX 06/23/16 08:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oh My I think we ALL might have OCD!

If you google RV OCD T shirt, you will find multiple variations of the OCD T shirts.
BB_TX 06/23/16 08:42am General RVing Issues
RE: little surprise every time we dump the tanks

From you saying when you open the end cap, I assume it is when you are preparing to hook up to sewer at a new site. With that much water, it is not water left in the pipe after you close the valve. If it were, it would come out when you disconnected the sewer hose after draining. It must be from some water left in a tank and passing by the shutoff valve afterward, maybe from sloshing around while driving. If the drain pipe is not at the very lowest point of a tank, it will not drain completely. I never have more than a few drips, and normally not even that much, when removing the cap. I would be looking for leaking waste tank shutoff valve(s).
BB_TX 06/23/16 08:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hwy 65 from Springfield Mo to Little Rock Ar

You should not have a problem. I have towed my 35' 5er from Springfield to I-40 at Conway with no issues at all. Mostly 2 lane south of Harrison, but a decent road overall.
BB_TX 06/22/16 01:20pm Roads and Routes
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