I pull a 2008 crv, also have the charger wire to keep battery strong,however, I would suggest a brake system for your toad.
Brakes are required in some places, but I believe they are necessary.
I have the invisibrake system, works great.
Thanks for the info, we just returned from a trip, going from Missouri thru south Dakota, thru Wyoming, bighorn national forest was beautiful, to Montana, stayed at west glacier park, and visited glacier national park for 5 days, cannot tell you how beautiful it was. Traveled east thru Montana to North Dakota, stayed at Medora then on to South Dakota, to forest city, Iowa, toured the Winnebago factory and returned home to Missouri.
trip was 25 days, 3700 miles, aver just over 10 mpg. cost of $1358.00
lowest price for gas was $3.24, highest was $3.89
campgrounds were $674. with 2 nights free. campgrounds were full hookup, most had wifi and cable tv service.
Have noticed these convection cooktop units that are advertised on tv. Also I see that camping world has one. Has anyone tried these, and are they good for rv travel? Would appreciate any comments.
I'm still wondering, doesn't seem like this oily deposit would be from cooking, however if I pull the a/c cover off and run the a/c while I'm on top would I be able to see the problem if I have a leak?
I am planning a trip to glacier national park, am I allowed to use my generator at the campgrounds in the park, if so are there limitations as to when I can use the generator? Any help would be appreciated.
Yes, I had removed the drain plug from the water heater, completely flushed the entire unit,used vinegar but still had a problem. however, I took mark5w"s advice and used bleach. It worked fine, let the bleach sit in tank and lines for 2-3 hours, then flushed the entire system 3 more times.
I think the water in my water heater tank is bad.
I have drained and flushed the entire system, used vinegar, opened the valve and drained the water heater tank but still think the water may be bad.
I'm not sure what else I can do? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I did two things to protect my crv, first I lowered the mud flaps behind the wheels, and 2nd I installed a skirt across the rear of my motorhome, which is not a solid pc but is like bristles, also if a skirt or mud flap is too low and drags it will throw debris on your toad. Have never had a problem with my setup.
I have a 2008 cr-v, have never had a problem with the battery going dead while towing, but I do have the charging wire attached, as discussed previously. Also I have towed for long periods of time per day, but the manual tells me to stop and run the cr-v thru the gears after 8 hours of towing which I do. Maybe you manual is different.
as said previously, you can stay at the western entrance to yellowstone, which is in montana, or on the eastern side at cody,wy, however its still a good drive to get into the park. If you go late summer I found that you don't need reservations in either of these locations. I tried it late last summer and it worked out fine for me and I stayed in both of these locations. I did have reservations at the grand canyon but nowhere else was it necessary. I have found a lot of campgrounds tell you that you need reservations very early but that doesn't seem to be true a lot of the time.