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RE: Tire pressure

We do the same as well. We check as early in the day as possible and fill our ST tires to max psi as stated on the sidewall since ST tires are known to overheat when under-filled. ALL tires overheat when under-inflated
Jacksons 04/25/16 09:43am Travel Trailers
RE: Expandable Water Hose

I have 10', 25' and a 50' hard water hose and was thinking a "flex or expandable" water hose would take up a lot less room. good. Just wondering why you need to haul around 85 feet of water hose? You care camping in a 23 foot TT. Maybe try to downsize some of the stuff that you really don't need. Honestly, how often have you had to use the 50 footer? To answer your question...like many others, we have had no luck with the expandable water hoses either. I camp mostly in state parks without water hook up, electric only, and I carry 3 50ft handi hoses,1 standard 10 ft,1 standard 25ft. I use all quite frequently.The handi hoses last quite well, all are more than 3 years ols.
Jacksons 03/28/16 08:50am General RVing Issues
RE: antivirus programs

why trust what they give away free. when they do have a paid version, they know the worth of the "free" version Nonsensical comment. really??? Any company is in business to make money. You don't give away your best product and sell an inferior one.
Jacksons 03/21/16 07:59am Technology Corner
RE: antivirus programs

Just for the record, I don't use a free doctor, and I don't use a free anti-virus program. Norton Internet Security Suite serves be very well. I also carry good car and homeowners insurance and have used both on rare occasion. Along the same lines, if the AV app offers a free and paid versions, why trust the paid version as the free app uses the same AV engine code base? BTW, back in early 2000, the only time my system was breached with a virus was when I was running Norton System Suite. The malware erased my system hard drive. Not to mention that Norton was heavy on PC resources, and nearly impossible to cleanly uninstall. Switched over to free anti-virus protection, AVG at that time, and have never had any of my systems taken down since. Norton has made vast improvements since those days, and now rated among the top of paid AV apps. why trust what they give away free. when they do have a paid version, they know the worth of the "free" version
Jacksons 03/17/16 03:29pm Technology Corner
RE: I need a good disposable glove solution for dumping

What kind of gloves do y'all use when you use the restroom??? When you flush the toilet in a restroom there is not a 30 gallon tank of raw sewage behind it! :W I don't put my hands in the poop, I just hold the outside of the hose, when finished, I wash my hands with soap and water
Jacksons 03/12/16 09:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Seasonal site near central OH

http://lazyriveratgranville.com/ Lazy river is very close to newark, I have never stayed there, but know of several who have. worth checking out
Jacksons 03/07/16 06:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help removing city tree blocking RV/Trailer parking.

I guess nobody read where he said "It prevents their 32' 5th wheel from being able to get in the BACKYARD."not where it is presently parked. I can see where that would be a big problem.
Jacksons 02/23/16 08:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Idea for simplified water tank heating -- need your advice

Water that has been boiled will freeze quicker as a lot of oxygen bubbled out , not much , most high school chem class will show ! but your water heater doesn't bring water up to the boiling point, if it does, you have a problem
Jacksons 11/25/15 05:01pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: burned wires in converter. Fix wires or replace converter?

I had a similar problem it it was cause by bad connections in the buss bar, cleaned,striped the wires and put in a new buss bar, loose connections caused the heat, i now re-tighten the screws every year.
Jacksons 10/19/15 05:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Anyone else mad about Apple....

Apple= expensive Chinese junk
Jacksons 09/08/15 08:26am Technology Corner
RE: Water hose

Camco water hoses are cheap, returned everyone I bought, both white and blue. best hose I ever bought, and well worth the price LINK TO GOOD HOSES
Jacksons 09/01/15 01:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Paper maps vs GPS

it's not about accuracy, it's about flexibility. Rather than following the GPS which may take you over 2 lane windy mountain roads, you can stay on major highways by using an Atlas or take shortcuts that others have recommended. I also use online mapping like Google Maps and Mapquest. Online maps and GPS's have 2 options - shortest or fastest routes. Sometimes you need a combination of both. Also RV settings on GPS's use truck routing which takes you out of the way sometimes resulting in more mileage. actually that is not true, if you really know how to use your gps and all its features it will do what you want. your can program "avoidances" like toll roads, dirt roads, etc works like a charm
Jacksons 05/31/15 09:17pm Technology Corner
RE: Water filters

we never use a filter and we do drink from our fresh water tank,which we fill up at the campgrounds. never had a problem, have on occasion had water with a sulfur taste, but it won't hurt you.
Jacksons 05/30/15 11:23am Travel Trailers
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