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RE: DIRECTV Connections

never heard of Park Cable and Cable together?
Learjet 07/14/16 01:36pm Technology Corner
RE: DIRECTV Connections

Maybe not a Tailgater, but same concept. I am smart enough to know what service I have. White dome that sets on the ground and gets power from the truck to get the satellite aimed then unplugged. Does the brand really matter? The outside coax plugs, as I can remember, are labeled "Park Cable", "Satellite", and "Cable". It was explained to me that the regular cable connectors just don't support the satellite signal. The only way I can see to hook it up is to run a coax myself through the trailer to the bedroom from a splitter like CA Traveler said. I was hoping maybe there was some kind of convertor that would make the plugs work. I wish I had the set up like Learjet has. Thanks sdianel, I may call them! What kind of splitter is used for satellite? Not the same as cable correct? You could also get a HDMI or component video splitter and wireless transmitter for the bedroom.
Learjet 07/14/16 01:33pm Technology Corner
Dometic New Refrigerators AC and Hybrid

I haven't seen any talk about the new AC refrigerators and hybrid refrigerators from Dometic...looks interesting. http://www.dometic.com/USA/New-Products/New-RV-Products/
Learjet 07/13/16 06:57pm Tech Issues
RE: DIRECTV Connections

I'm using DirecTv SWM system, but the proper spiltter should work for you. I have the DirecTv antenna going into the splitter, then out the splitter into both sat inputs. Then both living room and bedroom have the DirecTv signal available. This is setup to use two recievers, or either location. http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/IMG_1648_zpskul4tgtg.jpg
Learjet 07/13/16 05:27pm Technology Corner
RE: Electric awning - Don't like the durned thing! Rant!

TIP...leave the awning with about a 1/4 wrap, don't go all the way out. The 1/4 wrap left will make a flat surface for the water to drain off, instead of the ridge you get if you go all the way out. Having the flat surface makes the water run off instead of pooling. Love my electric awning and the TIP works...saw it on a SABRE service bulletin.
Learjet 07/10/16 06:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Hitch clunking

Any pictures of these mods with success? I have a Reese manual slider that obviously has some play in areas but not sure where you are talking about putting the, lets say rubber bushings. Thanks Between the hitch base and rails.
Learjet 07/10/16 03:06pm Fifth-Wheels
Entry Steps Got Stuck

Had something interesting happen. Drove on some really bumpy roads and upon my arrival, I could not get the steps down. After banging, prying a little I finally saw a small lever. IT HAS A LOCK LEVER. Never saw that before and haven't read about it. It's on the right side and blends in. Hope this helps someone one day.
Learjet 07/08/16 04:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: DirecTV (ATT) changing their policy?

My guess is what they will do for RV customers is require you notify them you are traveling, identify the receivers in your RV, and they will deactivate all the other receivers on your account. That is not going to work when my DVR is still recording programs at my house while I'm gone.
Learjet 07/06/16 02:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Exploded battery - why?

Is this why a few members on here advise against batteries in parallel? Yes maybe. Anytime high current batteries are connected in parallel, some types of failures on one can have catastrophic results. But the odds are fairly low. The odds with series connections are even lower. Look closer at the photo.:S That is a 12 volt battery. Connecting two in series would be 24 volts. It must be connected in parallel to be 12 volt. I have never seen or heard of a TC that operates on a 24 volt system. Suggested reading; The 12 volt side of life, parts 1 @ 2. you might want to re-read the post...I don't think you understood what was typed.
Learjet 07/02/16 08:37am Tech Issues
RE: 5th Wheel to Gooseneck Adapters

It takes x amount of force on the pin to move/stop/turn the trailer. That does not change, no matter what hitch you use. When that amount of force is felt the trailer responds. The mechanism to transmit that force to the pin does not add nor subtract from the force required. The stress ON THE PIN and FRAME is the same with all hitches. Get the adapter that meets your tow weight requirements. Did you skip physics in high school? Study the operation of a lever. Ditto....^^^^
Learjet 07/01/16 07:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: EZ lube hubs

The zerts on the EZ lube hub do not rotate with the wheels. The zert is in the axle, which is fixed. If they popped off, it was from the pressure.
Learjet 06/30/16 08:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Catastrophic tire/wheel failure, PLEASE READ!

Steel wheels need to be torqued and checked properly a couple of times every few hindered miles after installation, per manufacturers instructions. Aluminum rims are better and don't require as much checking after installation. If you drove on one tire for a while, that tire was overloaded and damaged and that could be why it blew out later.
Learjet 06/30/16 08:39am Fifth-Wheels
RE: EZ lube hubs

The OP asked about his choice of lubricants, not whether he was gambling with his brakes. Roger
Learjet 06/28/16 08:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: EZ lube hubs

good luck and cross your fingers and hope you don't mess up your brakes. :)
Learjet 06/28/16 06:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hitch clunking

This morning I made some shims out of tin shingles. I made them 3 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. I cut the hole in the middle out with a coal chisel . Took about an hour to make eight of them. Putting two on each leg took out all of the slack.Can't wait to hook up the rig. I have a Curt Q5 (20K) and I have heard the dampers that Curt sells only last a short time before they are worn out. I will see how long the tin shims last. I expect that the tin will be damaged over time. If they work I will look for a harder material that I can cut and shape. Doug That is one of the many reasons I got rid of my Q16 and went with a B&W
Learjet 06/24/16 03:27pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ford F250 6.2L V8

no srw trucks, but that one spring in the back makes a difference and so doesn't the door tag if you were to ever get pulled over. while it never happened to me I will say I feel a little more at ease knowing my truck now has enough capacity. If he hasn't bought the truck why not buy a 350/3500, prices aren't that much different. But hey while your there its only another $1200 for a DRW truck. Pulling signature 5th wheel at 12,000 lbs, under ALL weights.
Learjet 06/24/16 07:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: UPDATED Great time in Myrtle Not so much on the trip home

If it were me, I might overlap it with some flat aluminum sheeting painted white and do both sides to match. Just a thought
Learjet 06/14/16 04:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2017 Ford F350 4x2

I saw that also. Not happy
Learjet 06/08/16 07:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dashcam

I have one.
Learjet 06/08/16 07:30pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Anyone switch from a motor home to a fifth wheel?

I went from a Class A 30' to a Travel Trailer 23' to 5th wheel...see signature. This is my favorite of all 3 :)
Learjet 06/08/16 03:24pm Fifth-Wheels
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