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RE: Rocky start to 2 week vacation - crash and more

You obviously are a very good driver, a lessor driver would have panicked or possibly steered into the truck you were passing, now would that have been terminal!
Homer 08/01/15 10:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Marcus? Camping World? GSRA? -- um.... disappointed....

What you think of the other guys post should not bother you. He has a right to his opinion even though it may not agree with yours. His experience may be and probably is entirely different than yours. Remember these are forums.
Homer 08/01/15 10:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Marcus is coming to town

One thing for certain, he can't do much worse than Tom ****r and sucessors did. Like stripping used coaches of generators etc and then trying to sell them back to you as a buyer plus installation. One guy actually followed up on his trade in to see how much stuff they stripped out for resale later. I guess there is no law against it, just shoddy business practice.
Homer 07/30/15 05:55am General RVing Issues
RE: RVND 7720 Fail

Sounds typical for every GPS I have owned.
Homer 07/25/15 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Selling my RV

Absolutely NOT. Why would he need the title now? In essence you are driving your RV in his business with the title in hand, no money, and just giving it to him. Even a court would not be able to defend you should a problem arise. There is a simple way to set up an escrow with a bank to hold his money, and your title until an agreed upon date. You are both safe.
Homer 07/21/15 06:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Egg shaped 'home'?

Mike Breeze X 2
Homer 07/15/15 10:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Ozone Generator danger.

Property renovation professionals use Ozone Generators to get rid of musty smells, fire smells, odors of all sorts. I don't think they use them while there are any people in the dwelling. I know one professional that has been using them for over 30 years and has never had a complaint.
Homer 07/14/15 01:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pests - What a mess

Sounds like a chipmunk, the little buggers love to chew plastic. I have had to replace most of my downspout extensions at the stix n Bricks, because of them. I have actually stood and watched them chew the plastic. The foam is about the only real good way to seal them out. I don't know if they will chew foam or not, never have known of a case where they have.
Homer 07/14/15 01:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Removing tar splattered all over back of trailer

I agree WD-40 is a good remover that will not hurt anything as long as you do not anticipating any painting. I find that old fashioned Kerosene does a pretty good job. Let it set for a little bit after applying, then wipe off, followed by a kerosene rinse. Then of course as with any remover you will need to wax.
Homer 07/13/15 11:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Other RV'ing falacies

It sleeps 6!
Homer 07/12/15 01:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cabinet Care

We use ed just common lemmon oil
Homer 07/11/15 02:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Shorter Warranty - Interested?

I am assuming you all are talking coach problems. When it comes to the chassis, no $5000.00 is going to do much towards a major mechanical problem. Another thing is the generator. Those things are really pricey. I personally think 3 yrs 36000 would be a better deal. It sure would tighten up quality control. Just visit a manufacturer's plant some time and see what is going on.
Homer 07/09/15 08:10am General RVing Issues
RE: F-16 jet engine resting against TT after crash.

Little do we realize in this modern world that every waking and sleeping minute death is just over head. Any of those flying objects can and eventually will either collide or just fall out of the air. The folks in that TT were really fortunate. I think maybe I would rethink my plans for tomorrow. The people in the Cessna, well we never know when we get up in the morning. Some one was terribly wrong in this. Will we ever know??
Homer 07/08/15 06:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Am I Crazy?

You appear to painting yourself in a corner. The desired rig is pretty far away to do an in depth evaluation of all the components. You may very well end up with two RV's and the season is half over depending on where you live and camp. Selling the old rig may be a loser for you. I like the o/p's suggestion to hae CW move it closer for you. After all they are in the business, and something is always being moved to a new location.
Homer 07/07/15 07:22am General RVing Issues
RE: CAMPGROUND PIGS

I have been "camping" RV'g for a long time. I have watched this problem grow over the years. I don't know what to attribute it to, other than lack of training at home. Same for lack of respect for other peoples property, excessive noise,barking dogs etc. I don't look for it to change any time soon.
Homer 07/05/15 07:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Good Sam Club gone bad

Good Sam is a big ponzi scheme. They are not in the road service business, they use some one else for that.They are a pure and simple marketing company. I had their Emergency service for awhile. They nearly drove me nuts. I can't say that I had any real problem with their road service. However the price kept going up and I found other companies that do the same thing for less money and do not pester me to death. I detest any one that automatically renews my subscription to any thing with out my permission to do so. That will kill a deal right now.
Homer 07/01/15 05:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Used rigs with nasty stuff in the bathroom?

Why does any one need nasty stuff? My rig like my house will be kept sqeaky clean, If I don't need it it does not go.
Homer 07/01/15 04:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: help with dampness after towing

I would play a hose on the leading edge of the slide as you obviously have a gap in the seal somewhere. Vacuum with in the rig would help pull this in. It may be a little hard to find, and seal, but anything can be done. I might also investigate putting a slight shield in fron of the forward edge of the slide to deflect water and air. Something akin to the air deflectors used on floor ducts on heat and cool systems only longer.
Homer 06/29/15 02:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Somebody took my spot!

Whoa! the O/P pays his fee for his spot. He appears to be a long term customer. The schmuck that parked in his space did not do it accidentally. Maybe it is possible the storage owner did it himself. There may have been an expediancy at the time. However, the O/P trumps all of those possiblities by his paying his rent on time. He is a defacto owner of that spot. I think I would consider a new storage place if things are not rectified pretty quick.
Homer 06/27/15 02:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Somebody took my spot!

It appears thall all of the above is good sound advice. It will be tough to pick the right approach. I think I would drop my trailer right in the middle of the lot, that will bring a response from the storage owner fast. He has no defense for not monitoring his facility better. But a private business is just that, very iffy. Take a picture if you can. I definetly would not touch the boat, you are wide open to a damage suit doing that. A mitigating factor might be are you generally free to come and go at will from your storage?
Homer 06/27/15 12:59pm General RVing Issues
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