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RE: Take kayaks or not?

Bring them and if you don't use them fine. If you don't bring them and you have the chance to use them you will regret it forever. There are so many chances to use them.
Bmach 03/22/17 10:09pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Dexter EZ Lube

You need to pump enough grease into them to force the old grease out. It takes a lot of pumps not just a couple. Tnt I think you are thinking about "Bearing Buddies" they are a completely different animal.
Bmach 03/06/17 10:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for RV cover

Dewzie I just cut a pool noodle and tape it on the extension.
Bmach 02/23/17 11:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Lab Work in Canada

Talk to your doctor?
Bmach 02/17/17 11:27pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: releasing wdh setup after parking...

Can we gat a video of him doing it, please.
Bmach 02/17/17 11:26pm Towing
RE: Avoiding toll roads and bridges from Washington DC to Boston

The toll from 84 to 495 for a trailer is less than $2.00. So I would take that route, the other way through will cost way more than that in fuel.
Bmach 02/12/17 11:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: through nyc ?

Propane IS allowed on the GWB, you just have to use the upper deck. As for taking 95 through NYC you just have to pick your times. If you can't, then go a different way.
Bmach 02/09/17 09:34pm Roads and Routes
RE: through nyc ?

Propane IS allowed on the GWB, you just have to use the upper deck. As for taking 95 through NYC you just have to pick your times. If you can't, then go a different way.
Bmach 02/09/17 09:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: I bought a 2017...but its actually a 2016

And if the mid-year changes were something you absolutely HATED you would be here posting how glad you are that you did not wait!! You bought what you liked so I guess you are stuck. Talk to an a attorney and see what they have to say about it, maybe you will get lucky.
Bmach 01/20/17 10:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Hyrbrid with L-shaped floor plan???

If you look used Starcraft made them also.
Bmach 01/14/17 10:21pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: RV'ing from Massachusetts to Disney in February

If you take 84 to 91 to 95 and reach NYC after 8:00 pm and drive through Balt/DC before you stop you will miss the traffic. I always go that way and (so far) not had any problems, hope I did not jinx myself.
Bmach 01/07/17 10:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: How many days to travel 1,260 miles?

I really depends on the individual. I have do 17 hours which includes a 2 hour nap while towing. I felt fine when we reached the campground. So for me it could be done in a day and a half. I work nights so we leave around 7-8 pm travel on 95 from Ma to myrtle beach so we hit very little traffic. Truck tows like there is nothing behind it and with a 36 gal gas tank I only have to stop twice. If you do 600 a day that is only two days. But you have to do what is best for you and not what you are not comfortable with.
Bmach 12/23/16 06:43pm Towing
RE: Imcomplete Winterization on New Cedar Creek

I would fix it myself before I would cancel my trip. RVs are not that complicated. JMTCW
Bmach 12/23/16 06:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Safty chains

Dodge guy, down boy, we get it, well some of us did.
Bmach 12/20/16 10:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover? Good/Bad Idea?

Just flip it over them, not a problem. Remember the sides have the straps on them which helps.
Bmach 12/06/16 09:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover? Good/Bad Idea?

To avoid getting on the roof you lay your cover on the groung. Fold the sides onto the roof portion of the cover. Next fold it in half length wise. Now roll it up back to front. Put your ladder at the side of your camper towards the front. Place your cover on the roof. Unroll it as far as you can move your ladder unroll it more. When completely unrolled flip the sides down and secure the cover. This is all done without ever getting on the roof and with one person. Two people, two ladders it is even quicker.
Bmach 11/26/16 12:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover? Good/Bad Idea?

I have never once had to get on my roof to cover my camper. It is all done from a ladder. I will always keep mine covered during the winter. No worries about ice forming any where on the roof, it would be on the cover, trailer is clean when uncovered. Cover any sharp edges strap it down tight and the wind is not a worry.
Bmach 11/24/16 10:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Another 10 week wait, no big deal.

Bet you would not have been so understanding if this was May? This is the perfect time for it to happen, though.
Bmach 11/24/16 12:56am Travel Trailers
RE: Hand wash only, air dry...

Sorry hear about your problem. I never use a car wash with brushes. You never know if some one used it before and their vehicle was loaded with mud. Since my truck is black I don't want sratches.
Bmach 11/13/16 06:25pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Installing Cover on Wet Trailer

No need to get on the roof to put the cover on. Lay it on the ground top of the roof cover facing up. Fold the sides over it fold the cover in half roll it up. Put it on the roof roll it out toss the straps over the sides pull down the sides of the cover, strap it down, done. You might have to move your ladder to get it over your ac cover but it is better than getting on the roof.
Bmach 10/30/16 10:30pm Travel Trailers
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