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RE: Route 90 through Cleveland

Yes, we went to Watkins Glen state park a few years ago and we are going back. The waterfalls there are beautiful! With this years drought, there is barely any water going over the Falls.....
Fire Instructor 09/25/16 08:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Maxxair vents covers-worth it?

I installed a MaxAir cover over my automatic FantasticFan, and had to take it off. The lid on the fantastic fan hit the underside of the MaxAir dome and wouldn't allow it to completely open. Since it wouldn't completely open, the limit switch on the fan wouldn't allow the fan to run. Removed the MaxAir dome and replaced it with a FantasticFan dome, and it works fine.
Fire Instructor 09/16/16 05:15am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Adirondack Rte 28

The route is good, some beautiful scenery along the way, but it's a climb! Lake Placid is in the middle of the Adirondack "High Peaks" region, so expect some long uphill pulls! That said, my work continually puts me all across NYS, and Lake Placid is BY FAR my favorite Village to get an assignment in. SO MUCH to do and see there!
Fire Instructor 09/15/16 07:44pm Roads and Routes
RE: Stored groceries while traveling

Some stuff we plan on lasting an entire trip, some things, like fresh vegetables, we like to buy at local roadside stands. One of the places that we go on an annual basis is Dover , DE for the Fall NA$CAR race. We travel down with a nearly EMPTY freezer, because there is an Amish Market in Dover that we stock-up on specialty meats that lasts us through much of the next year. Otherwise, grocery store stops are a regular (every second or third day) occurrence for us....
Fire Instructor 09/14/16 07:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your go camping game.

Mexican Train....
Fire Instructor 09/14/16 07:36pm RV Lifestyle
RE: recommendations on tire pressure monitors

I bought the TST flow-through system at the beginning of the season for the new 5'er, and I'm very pleased with it. I've got a 10-sensor system.
Fire Instructor 09/13/16 09:29pm Tech Issues
RE: 2017 2500HD versus 3500HD SRW

How long is that combo in total? It's gotta be a handful once you pull off the highway. Just over 65', but since the tag axle wheels turn opposite the steer-wheels, it actually kicks the nose of the trailer OUT rather than hugging the turn direction. It has the effect of actually SHORTENING the trailer. I've pulled this trailer with both the ASH and a bed mounted Superglide hitch (which I will likely soon be selling), and it turns better with the ASH. I still need more practice backing, but I'll get out this Fall, and again in the Spring with some cones in an empty parking lot. Watch the videos on the ASH website,a nd you'll see how it maneuvers....
Fire Instructor 09/13/16 08:14pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 2500HD versus 3500HD SRW

I tow a 42' 5'er, with a gross weight of 16,500# and a pin weight of 2900# with my RAM 2500 SRW.... But before any of the duly sworn Weight Police Officers arrest me or even scold me about the carnage and death that I could cause, I do it with an Automated Safety Hitch. Check out their website. Watch their videos. I'm VERY happy with mine, this far, and once the season is over, I intent to write-up and share a full product review. It's an expensive alternative, but I now have 4 tires running day to day, vs the 6 that I'd have with a dually, plus I don't have the fender extensions to deal with in parking lots... Additionally, the ASH gives me an extra 6000# axle with another full set of truck brakes that are as strong as the truck's rear brakes.....
Fire Instructor 09/12/16 06:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Firs time in the RV with hookups

On number 1, get a simple pressure regulature for the water pressure. And a disposable inline filter, if you aren't positive of the quality of the CG water lines....
Fire Instructor 09/12/16 06:40pm Beginning RVing
RE: which GPS????

Just bought a Garmin RV760LMT, but have only used it around town to get used to it. Seems to get consistently better ratings than the Rand McNally, and I like it so far, but haven't used it enough in "real world" RV use to give it a two-thumbs up (or down) yet....
Fire Instructor 09/06/16 07:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying new truck, hitch question

Note that the frame system that attaches to the pucks raises your 5'er hitch by almost 2.5". This may or may not be critical, depending on your bed-height and the 5'er design height.
Fire Instructor 07/24/16 04:03am Towing
RE: Solar question

All but the very simple 12v output panels do. My 300W of panels output at 34.4v, so that needs to be converted to 13V+/- by the controller.
Fire Instructor 07/14/16 08:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Morryde Pinbox with Pullrite or Demco Hijacker Hitch

^^^ What he said.... I have the same set-up as RVhiker....
Fire Instructor 07/10/16 03:25pm Towing
RE: Western North Carolina to New York(Long Island)

At least an overnight or two at Assateague, MD! If you are self-sufficient, the National Park usually has more availability, but it's all "dry" camping, with no elec. The Maryland State Park has some sites with electric, but no water or sewage. Even with no services, they are beautiful beach parks, with wild ponies wandering through your campsite on a fairly regular basis....
Fire Instructor 07/05/16 04:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sewer Hookup @ Home?

If you are on municipal sewers, the "impact" of a 50-gallon flush will be negligible. Not so on an individual septic system. A septic system will take the flows from a macerator, as its really no more than the input flow from a washing machine...
Fire Instructor 07/01/16 04:54am General RVing Issues
RE: help from the electrical wizards

Did your 12v charging system kick into "boost" or somehow otherwise increase output, thus increasing draw?
Fire Instructor 06/30/16 05:50am General RVing Issues
RE: outside grill

Nicely done comparison. Thank you for sharing!
Fire Instructor 06/30/16 04:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Wireless tire pressur sensors?

Just installed "most of" my new TST 507 TPMS system tonight.... Two more tires to do (the two trailer spares), but don't feel like getting soaked doing it. Seems to work really well, though!
Fire Instructor 06/28/16 07:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Use home sewer cleanout as dump station?

Do it with a macerator pump, then it will just look like a garden hose going in, and will draw little notice from anyone....
Fire Instructor 06/24/16 05:18am Travel Trailers
RE: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

I've got an 8 year old Pressure Pro system, and it's time to replace the batteries (at $30 each!). Given the improvements in technology over the last 8 years, and TST now having a user replaceable batter, PLUS flow through tire filling, I may have to reevaluate replacing my old sensors vs updating my system....
Fire Instructor 06/06/16 07:17am Class A Motorhomes
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