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RE: generator

Are you sure that is what you want? They are pretty loud.
Oasisbob 08/15/14 09:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Need tent canvas pattern for replacement canvas

I have heard good things about BEAR CREEK. Let us know how it works out please.
Oasisbob 08/15/14 03:38pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Frame is Sagging! - Bent?

Interesting. Did you buy it new? Ever over load? What are your equalizer bars rated? Yes, make and model please. A good trailer alignment shop could probley fix. Let us know.
Oasisbob 08/15/14 03:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: I'll never do that again

I take a certian level of pride in being a pioneer of mistakes no one else thought of. But you win this round my friend. Laugh, live and learn. Thanks for sharing
Oasisbob 08/14/14 09:36am Tech Issues
RE: Are fivers roomier than a motorhome

It's all preference. I have noticed the bigger rigs do not always use their space wisely. I also noticed that those who can finally afford a larger rig no longer need one as their kids are grown annd gone. LOL
Oasisbob 08/13/14 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Why Does Delamination Bother So Many People?

Seems to me every time the RV industry comes up with something new it turns out to be for their benefit more than ours. Quality levels are low in the RV industry which is sad as many have paid big time for something that falls apart before our eyes. The industry should be ashamed. The latest thing I am seeing is frameless windows. How is this a good thing for the consumer?
Oasisbob 08/13/14 06:57pm General RVing Issues

Know your rig heigth at it's tallest point and never cut it too close. I met a really nice couple in Canada who had their AC and part of the roof removed by an over pass. Felt so bad for them. Ruined their summer and finances.
Oasisbob 08/13/14 03:41pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Well!!! Huh?

Friend I have known countless folks who planned on "some day" and, as you have experienced" life gets in the way. Unless you really need the money I would enjoy your retirement now. Life has no guarantees of tomorrow.
Oasisbob 08/13/14 03:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: painting lp tank cover?

This is another example of folks having to go out of their way to compensate for poor quality. The plastic used to make this stuff should be of higher quality or aluminum. The technology is readily available.
Oasisbob 08/13/14 08:25am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Securing generators while camping?

I use a "U" shaped bike lock through my bumper and generator handle. A Honda EU 1000.
Oasisbob 08/11/14 08:56am Travel Trailers
RE: No grey tank?

It should be plumbed into a grey water tank for sure. Someone did a slop job repair. Pipe hangin low is not factory work. Sorry. This is where having a used RV checked over prior to purchase would have saved you on this.
Oasisbob 08/11/14 08:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Pinhole leaks in sewer hose - what to replace with?

In reading ythe responses to your post I thought it odd that so many seem to accept poor quality as just something that happens and is dealt with. Keep it off the ground so sharp rocks won't poke holes in it? Probley true. I guess as long as we keep buying this cheap stuff they will keep selling it. The RV industry could do a better job in the quality department IMHO
Oasisbob 08/10/14 02:46pm Tech Issues
RE: what would an experienced rv'er look for

I could give you a list. Better you spend a little and have it checked over by a third party. Money well spent.
Oasisbob 08/08/14 07:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newbie uh-ohs

Congrats on the new rig. It is all a learning process. I laugh at my newbie mistakes now. I made mistakes no one ha ever thought of. Live and learn. Always have fun in the process.
Oasisbob 08/08/14 07:07pm Beginning RVing
RE: Water accumulation in rolled-up awning

The last foot of the awning fabric closest to the trailer use to be a thicker grey material designed to protect the awning and keep water pretty much out if rolled tightly. My awning was mounted too high be a few inch's allowing a trof of water to collect. Factory did not mount properly. I make sure it is rolled tightly and I seldom have your problem.
Oasisbob 08/08/14 07:03pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Do I have to say goodbye to my outside stove?

Our HTT came with a factory installed outside twin burner stove we use 90% of the time. Great place to let the kids learn to cook. We also use a single burner screw on top of bottle stove at the table outside.
Oasisbob 08/08/14 06:57pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Accidental LED experiment

Great mistake. And very interesting. Thanks. BTW I also have trouble making the wedge connectors connect at times
Oasisbob 08/08/14 06:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Curtains in your rig ?

It's purely freference. Mine is curtins just cause they can be easily made and not like everything else folks have.
Oasisbob 07/31/14 09:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mid Life Crisis Or Just Ready To Live?

Pencil it out. Do your research. I have observed "the Golden years" does not always pan out. Could be a great adventure. Can you home school your son. How does he feel about this?
Oasisbob 07/31/14 09:14pm Full-time RVing
RE: Dog? Poop - or NOT

You are just a good guy tryin to do the right thing. Does a bear poop in the woods? Sure but not in a campground. Attracts flies etc,. Good job
Oasisbob 07/31/14 11:46am RV Pet Stop
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