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RE: Sheared Pin in Slide

Ran a Metrology Lab, toolmaker by trade. Put Grade 8s in, be sure to take that extra set of gears along. Just my opinion. Call and find out what shipping will be.
Jim Cindy 05/20/14 07:06am Tech Issues
RE: Dish Tailgater - how do you secure?

Take you pick, use a cable or a chain with a padlock. You won't stop a determined thief but nobody can just pick it up and walk away either. Enjoy your camping and don't obsess over something that could/might happen. By the way, we have been all over this country and stayed in very nice and some not so nice campgrounds. The only thing we ever lost was a few beers from the cooler during spring break.
Jim Cindy 05/19/14 10:29am Technology Corner
RE: Sheared Pin in Slide

Last fall a clevis pin in my slide mechanism sheared off. I believe it is this one: W1245027 GR-1547 Clevis Pin 1/4" x 1-1/8" Stainless Steel found here: http://www.rbwstore.com/Slide-Outs_c_4.html (although the one that fell out didn't look much like Stainless Steel) I used a standard (grade 3?) bolt to fix it. Elsewhere I was told to use a grade 8. Any idea how the shear strength of a 1/4" Stainless Steel clevis pin compares to a grade 3,5 or 8 bolt? (With or without threads?) The old bolt I put in is still working, probably because we are now very careful when operating the slide. No more on/off jerking. Just start it and wait until it stops by itself. Guess I could just order some replacements but would probably pay a stupid amount in shipping to Canada. If you click on the pin noted above, the description says used to pin gears on RBW slide outs. It is what it was made for. Buy a extra which will almost guarantee you will never have the same problem again. The key word here is shear, it is supposed to fail first. If you substitute, and strip the gears you will find out what a stupid amount you will pay for repairs.
Jim Cindy 05/19/14 10:18am Tech Issues
RE: 10,000 lb Vehicle weight and the law

Somebody, anybody, please just once post the who, what, where, when somebody got arrested or sued over their actual weight versus the sticker. Don't mean some trucker hauling to many postholes. OK now another cup.
Jim Cindy 05/16/14 08:17am Truck Campers
RE: Anode rod

The only ones I know of are aluminum. Take old rod or water heater model to RV Parts store. Not expensive.
Jim Cindy 05/16/14 08:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: This makes absolutely no sense to me

Think you need to talk to your lawyer. The wording is to their benefit, but clearly refers to the item that was replaced not the item it was replaced with. You obviously cannot replace the same exact damaged item twice. This is a good one to forward to Marcus.
Jim Cindy 05/14/14 09:45am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Finally got one!

What is your tire size and what pressure are your wheels rated for. With that info we can try to provide more insight.
Jim Cindy 05/08/14 02:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: Camping World Warning!

You need to check into your state's lemon laws and do it soon.
Jim Cindy 05/08/14 02:21pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Dangerous Campgrounds

Yep, RespondingBack, Thinking you need to give up the RV lifestyle and find something that interests you that has much less stress attached. Just my opinion.
Jim Cindy 05/08/14 02:18pm General RVing Issues
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