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RE: There is ugly..and then there u-g-l-y

Looks better than some of the Zebra's they are putting on the road today.
Homer 08/24/16 07:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Why the extra bathroom door?

I for one like it. It keeps the bedroom private while it allows others to use the bathroom facilities. Especially if you are taking a nap during the afternoon. Mine takes up no usable space, after all, it is just a door with in a wall on rollers. What could you use that space for?
Homer 08/21/16 01:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Down size from a MH to a TT for full timing.

You will get more bang for your buck with the TT, a good one. There are some junk TT's on the market. I have had both, I like the motor home for it convenience, but the TT has more room inside, less up keep. Just MHO.
Homer 08/17/16 05:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Letting Logging Trucks Pass

At the end of the day is it more important that you reach your destination safely or dangerously accommodate his desire to pass. If you are being reasonable, then hold your place in line.
Homer 08/16/16 08:23am General RVing Issues
RE: Beware of Falling Rocks - WTH

I-40 East out of Asheville N.C. was completely wiped out a few years ago with a huge rock slide. Road was closed until they could rebuild it. I do not remember if any one was hurt in that slide or not. It is populated by a lot of trucks. The signs have always been there, now they have wire netting trying to lessen and control the incidence.
Homer 08/14/16 01:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Solution for damage from flat tires - thoughts?

The steel fender liners are not going to be any better than what they are anchored to. We all know up front, these RV's are just thrown together with minimal mechanical strength. I think it best to use good tires and maintain them by the book.
Homer 08/09/16 01:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Class C vs Class A gas driving comfort

I have had them both. Visibility and moving around,(while underway), in the coach in a class A is better. However, road comfort, handling and drive ablitity in the class C was better. Fueling up was easier in the Class C, towing a car was about the same. Obtaining service in the Class C was far easier. IMHO
Homer 08/07/16 09:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Searching for the best RV GPS also with good volume

I never listen to them anyway. I watch the screen for up the road directions. I set mine for the farthest reach possible. It gives me written directions on a header on top of the screen.
Homer 08/02/16 06:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roadside Assistance

You have the advantage of one business doing business with another as a known entity. As an individual the road service company does not know if they will get paid or not. They also maintain a good relationship year around with the road service company. It is business as business is done. You are an unknown entity.
Homer 08/02/16 10:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Costco Visa Card and Fuel

If I recall correctly they sent a letter explaining all the places they will honor the discount. You should have received it or it will be coming shortly. I do not believe Sams or Kroger were on the list. Most stations were.
Homer 07/30/16 07:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Honey wagon question

In some older model RV's there was a flapper valve in the vent pipe to stop down drafts. Maybe you have one and the suction closed it.
Homer 07/29/16 03:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Are some RV types easier to re-sell?

35 feet is going to put you a little out of the class C; which I would personally say would be the easiest to resell.
Homer 07/28/16 09:30am General RVing Issues
RE: question about parking/living in RV temporarily

It is not as simple as just parking on some one's land with their permission. There are sewer and water issues. Drives in and out. Power availability in sufficient quantity to handle all your needs. Then of course the insurance which should not be a big problem. I agree with the o/p, look for a trailer court that can offer you all these things at a generally reasonable rate.
Homer 07/27/16 09:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Carrier V A/C Blower Fan 51CM501514

Thank God there is so.e around to make a decent product - at a decent price. Thanks for sharing.
Homer 07/26/16 02:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Samsung safety truck

I think it is a great idea. What could be more safe than a view of the road as the driver of the truck sees it. Save a life it may be your own.
Homer 07/24/16 09:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Is this something RV'ers would use?

I would not be as helpful, as it would be in the way all the time, trying to store it.
Homer 07/21/16 07:26am General RVing Issues
RE: Insurance for others for my RV?

Normally most insurance will cover another user of your equipment. However, check the clause that if you charge, it becomes a different animal and they generally will not pay. So I guess I am saying if you are going to charge your friend, do it under the table, no written agreements.
Homer 07/20/16 08:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Selling RV and flying home.... crazy?

The idea will work, I did it at PPL in Texas. However, I did not expect the rig to sell as quickly as it did. I did not fly home, I rented a car and drove home, same difference. I got more than I asked for as the bottom line. I took nothing with me, so the coach was bare empty, they ask that I leave it that way. You have a different set of circumstances and I would just donate the stuff at the destination to Salvation Army. You are going to have to make some advance arrangements to make this work.
Homer 07/18/16 03:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: I found err proof way to break down camp area to travel

Yep I found the walk around particularly effective. My wife who is a perfectionist always readied the toad. She never in all our years of traveling made one error in getting the toad ready to roll. I have failed once to see that a jack did not retract before I pulled forward. Fortunately if was sandy soil and there was no damage, just a minor furrow which I filled back in.
Homer 07/17/16 02:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Renting RV out as a house/room on AirBNB?

Isn't your RV a sort of personal hide a way? Would you want some one else to be messing around with equipment that was not built to handle renters. I personally would not. I would be hard pressed to even allow visitors to live in mine while it was parked and as over night guest. It is just the way I want it and I want it to stay that way. Maybe I am overly protective.
Homer 07/15/16 02:52pm General RVing Issues
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