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RE: 2016 Titan XD Cummins- TFL

The tach in the video shows 4000 rpm as a redline...maybe that is what the new Titan will have. Had a Titan and loved it....hmmmmmm??
Learjet 08/29/15 04:02pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Your thoughts on Transporter Tires?

"transport" you way to another dealer...get Maxxis or go LT or higher...
Learjet 08/29/15 03:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Slide leak

are you sure its not a window? Had a window issue that caused water on my Bedroom slide.
Learjet 08/27/15 07:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 50 amp Cord

I put it in the driverside compartment...last thing in...first thing out.
Learjet 08/24/15 06:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: SuperGlide Hitch

I have never had a problem in 2 years but yesterday the truck's front wheels had to dip down off of the pavement during a sharp turn. Since I didn't expect the truck wheels dipping off the pavement to be a problem but it caused the bed and cab to elevate. That was my undoing. Just pay attention and don't assume that because it was ok before it will be ok now. Had I simply pulled forward and realigned I'd been ok. Getting a new hitch is probably a knee jerk reaction. It's a new truck and made me sick. Thanks, that make sense...I need to watch for that too.
Learjet 08/24/15 06:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: SuperGlide Hitch

I dented my cab from a sharp turn in a brand new short bed truck this weekend. Too little to late but what do you think of the SuperGlide hitch? Do they really slide automatically. I don't mind spending the money if they really work and are good quality. Do the jaws work easily also? Thanks for any advice. Just wondering...could the damage have been avoided by pulling up a little to reduce the angle? or did you find yourself in a spot that you got trapped in? Trying to understand, this is from a fellow RV'r using a SB with no slider. I can crank my truck pretty good before it gets close...but wonder how this happens. distraction or really bad turn? Thanks,
Learjet 08/24/15 11:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Which Scangauge II gauges are you monitoring?

When I am driving, I watch the road. Keeping an eye on a plethora of gauges, then calculating what is different and what is normal for EACH gauge is distracting. You know, you could even get your cell phone and record the gauges while driving. Just add to the distractions! WOW ! ^^^ I have the instant MPG, Avg MPG, Volts and Tranny Temp up
Learjet 08/24/15 07:34am Tech Issues
RE: Is a long bed a requirement for pulling a 5th wheel?

CC LB Dually...yes...looks good...SRW...not so much
Learjet 08/22/15 11:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is a long bed a requirement for pulling a 5th wheel?

I don't like the way a CC with a LB looks :R
Learjet 08/21/15 12:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Frameless Windows; How do they compare?

i heard comments about water being held on top.
Learjet 08/19/15 05:08pm Tech Issues
RE: 12ft Door

good points here...hooked up height and if you have a front AC installed. On my unit the optional front AC was not included in the standard height.
Learjet 08/18/15 07:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 50amp outlet in the garage

Code calls for a single ground basically at the meter (The first breaker box past the meter is where it goes) in the garage you shoudl have a SUB box. the ground bus in this is NOT bonded to neutral but is connected to the master ground back at the master box.. And that is how it should be. And there is always a way to run a ground rod. even if it's solid concrete you need to drill through. But since the proper way is to ground back to the main breaker box ground.. and that wire should already be there.. Don't worry about it. Since i am curious about all the electrical beliefs, rumors and urban legend, I read through All the posts. This is the one that hit the nail on the head. Way it is done here. :C Having recently gone through this, if the sub-panel is in a detached building it needs its own ground rod. Yes, the sub-panel stays unbonded and tied back to the main panel ground.
Learjet 08/18/15 07:43am Tech Issues
RE: Outdoor kitchen without bunkhouse

What about the outdoor kitchen do you like? I have to admit I find them an ok idea but the exaction seem to be lacking in the units I saw, to the point of avoiding them all together. The sinks always seemed to be really lacking hot water or drains, stoves, too small to really cook any sizable pot on. Fridges were ok but you had to remember they are only 120 V. Not trying to bash the idea just having a conversation and maybe the ones we saw just sucked VS what is out there now. I just have the Frig, Storage, TV, lights and Grill stand on my unit...here is what I like...Didn't really know how much I would like it until I got to make several trips with it: -Perfect place for drinks in frig..."BEER", stays cold while traveling and cools down quickly when plugged in. Frees up space in the inside Frig. -Place to keep all your outdoor cooking things and other stuff in quick reach. -TV is aways attached, inside my unit. -Makes a nice outdoor counter top to work from, or party from. -Extension of the covered area with the top open. -When it rains or at night time, close the door and go inside.
Learjet 08/17/15 04:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Yamaha EF2000iS 2,000 Watt Gen...x 2

my camping buddy has a set...yes...he leaves them connected...altenating for normal ops...then starting both when running AC or Micro.
Learjet 08/16/15 04:36pm Tech Issues
RE: Anyone have or used one of these? automated safety hitch

just what I would not need...to make my total length longer and harder to back. Also, I would rather have the weight on the truck to add stability and control. NOOOO WAY :)
Learjet 08/15/15 07:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric drum to disc

ditto...honest report :) As a newbie here I respect the info to & fro and take their word's as given in good faith. I do not lie, cheat or steal. After spending the better part of $2.5K on this conversion, why would I BS you ?Well, sometimes people who have spent that much money, or even less AFATG, are not willing to admit that they didn't get their money's worth. It happens. Thank you...you beat me to it...yes, its a mental thing that you must be honest with YOURSELF...and us...if you choose.
Learjet 08/15/15 07:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: JT's Strongarm install problem

Can you swap ends with the stabilizer which will put the T handle in a different position? Not sure. According to the directions, the "T" and slide section are to be placed near the stab itself. Not sure of reasoning. As I write this, in thinking if the "T" was at top along w/ the slide section, might be a PITA trying to get to the "T" as I have bike rack attached to the bumper and would have to reach under/around bumper to get to it. When I go to add the extra washers, will see what it's like with it reversed. It doesn't trap and hold water that way.
Learjet 08/15/15 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electric drum to disc

ditto...honest report :)
Learjet 08/14/15 04:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Outdoor kitchen without bunkhouse

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Learjet 08/14/15 03:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hot Spot with cell. phone?

I tether my Iphone 6 with the normal charging cable hooked to my laptop. then turn on hotspot...part of our plan...and select USB...works great and no Wifi. I'm using it now...this is the only internet we have. You can also use the Wifi
Learjet 08/09/15 08:10am Technology Corner
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