RV.Net Open Roads Forum: Search

RV Blog


RV Sales




RV Parks


RV Club


RV Buyers Guide


Roadside Assistance


Extended Service Plan


RV Travel Assistance


RV Credit Card


RV Loans

Open Roads Forum Already a member? Login here.   If not, Register Today!  |  Help

Newest  |  Active  |  Popular  |  RVing FAQ Forum Rules  |  Forum Help and Support  |  Contact

Open Roads Forum  >  Search the Forums

 > Your search for posts made by 'Doughboy12' found 9 matches.

Sort by:    Search within results:
  Subject Author Date Posted Forum
RE: LED Lights for exterior flood lights??

That's not a link....but THIS is
Doughboy12 09/15/15 02:17pm Toy Haulers
RE: tie down hooks

Depends on what you tie down and how..........
Doughboy12 09/15/15 02:14pm Toy Haulers
RE: TH with garage slides

It could be done...just not giving the idea away for free. They will get it eventually.
Doughboy12 06/24/15 12:57pm Toy Haulers
RE: Honda eu3000 overload running carrier air v for 5 minutes

Might be time instead to pair a set of Honda EU2000i's for the full 4000 watts at start, and see if that resolves the problem. Seems like you are running out of amps for some reason. He isn't having the issue at start up...
Doughboy12 06/22/15 02:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Better Made?

Where would you rank these brands in terms of quality? Middle of the road. I don't believe there is such a thing a a high quality, mass produced toy hauler or RV for that matter. Those two terms are mutually exclusive. I understand your feelings, but certainly one or more brands have to shine next to their competitors. Right? No, not really. Why would you think that? one might be better at one thing while the other sells on something different.
Doughboy12 06/02/15 11:16am Toy Haulers
RE: Amped 28FS Sway Issues when towing....need help!

Air bags should be used to help control the bounce (up and down) while traveling down the road. Start at 20 psi and add 5 psi until you get a ride that feels good. I respect your opinion (usually) but this statement has me very confused as it goes against everything I know about suspension, which I admit isn't all that much. Please explain as my thoughts are the shocks are the only thing that controls the bounce. The bags carry the load.
Doughboy12 03/02/15 11:43am Toy Haulers
RE: Trailer behind a TH?

I have a email saved from CHP that says i am legal towing two bumper pulls. Need Class A with doubles/triples endorsement and cannot exceed 65ft. I am not going to try and decipher Ca code which is why i asked CHP. Thats odd. Ive asked multiple CHP officers from a few different districts and not 1 said it is legal because of the way the codes are written. I even asked our neighbor who is a city cop and he claims there isnt a VC thats says its illegal. Nevadnick is right, you cannot pull double trailers in Cali without commercial licenses, you can do it in Nevada as long as your under 65 foot and under 26,001 lbs gross weight. You can in California if you are from out of State and you are legal in your own State. Just to clarify. No that's not true, just cause your state says its OK is not OK in another state, if so than all people from Colorado can bring their weed to other states.. However the post above did show this >> In summary, nonresidents may tow two trailers with a non-commercial license IF their base state allows it. IF the vehicle is commercial, the driver would also need a valid medical certificate per 12502 CVC. But note it says the if vehicle is commercial and RV's are not.. You need a reading comprehension class... It says "IF the vehicle is commercial, the driver would also need a valid medical certificate per 12502 CVC."
Doughboy12 01/21/15 12:50pm Toy Haulers
RE: Cyclone vs Vengeance (long)

That may be true but their intent is to have a hauler to travel in when they are done there. This, like everything else in the gas and oil industry is temporary so they don't want to be tied down to anything at this point. Good plan...that whole area is going to go into shut down with these prices.
Doughboy12 01/06/15 10:35am Toy Haulers
RE: It is a BIG desert!

Can appreciate tenfold the issues about noise etc and respecting others and general reasonable space, but one of the biggest concerns for us about considering going full time was the feeling of being lonely and isolated all the time. Almost every forum says how friendly and welcoming other RVers are, and messages of welcome to the family and RVers are such a friendly bunch willing to chat with you and so on and so forth. Yet here I read about everyone concerned about people staying as far away from them as possible, staking out their own areas and to boot on "public" lands. Maybe I'm missing something here, but it doesn't portray the "friendly, helpful" bunch we've been led to believe until now. How hard is it to say Hi and casually educate folks nicely about general etiquette if they are so lacking in common-sense without making it sound as though RVers are becoming the most unfriendliest grumpy folks around. I'm curious, what is the "acceptable" distance on "public" lands from the next RVer radius wise of someone that's noise cognizant of others around them? Hard to compare "Park" camping with "desert" camping....Not even close.
Doughboy12 12/08/14 11:19am Toy Haulers
Sort by:    Search within results:

New posts No new posts
Closed, new posts Closed, no new posts
Moved, new posts Moved, no new posts

Adjust text size:

© 2015 RV.Net | Terms & Conditions | PRIVACY POLICY | YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS