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RE: Black & Grey tank chemicals - What do you use ?

Use nothing. Not needed. Dump and flush . Simple.. If you are getting an odor problem vent tube may be compromised. We have never used anything.
Oasisbob 08/25/14 08:39am General RVing Issues
RE: 50 Ways to Lighten Your RV

We only bring balsa fire wood and drink non fat milk. Everyoe uses the rest room before we leave. OK trying to be funny. I do go through the rig once a year and thin out stuff. But really, even in our rig a hundred pounds is not noticable. Don't worry about it.
Oasisbob 08/25/14 08:37am RV Lifestyle

We have done it. Lots of wind to blow curtins or blinds around. Great way to air out the rig. Only down side I can see might be some dust or if it rains.
Oasisbob 08/25/14 08:33am Truck Campers
RE: Question re crockpot breakfast

That is a great idea. Can you share a link to this receipe? I would set a timer on the power cord and wake up to the aroma and breakfast.
Oasisbob 08/25/14 08:31am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Black Tank Readings Not Possible

Holding tank readings are about as trustworthy as politicians or RV sales persons. . O well Any inventers out there who can come up with some better way?
Oasisbob 08/24/14 09:02pm Tech Issues
RE: In From My First Outing (Rookie report)

Well congrats on the new rig. Hopefully you did more than TV & beer. Could have done that at home. Sorry, not a sports guy. I am in the minority I know. Good times await.
Oasisbob 08/24/14 07:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Putting a cover on the RV

Speaking from experience you can buy a fabric trailer cover that lasts a few years and can easily rip if snagged or you can buy a thicker longer lasting tarp. Trick I learned is to hang milk jugs of water to keep tarp from flapping in the wind. Hang em almost to the ground. Bungee at every opportunity. We camp most of the year and found a metal canopy works best. I know that does not work for everyone. Best of luck
Oasisbob 08/23/14 09:10am Fifth-Wheels
RE: towing with town and country

I posted earlier but forgot to mention the difference between empty and full ready to camp trailer weight was almost 500 pounds including full water tank, duel batteries. Best of luck. I figured the WD hitdch was just a given. Yes for sure
Oasisbob 08/21/14 09:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: One lucky rv'er , it could have been worse.

Another sad RV quality story. Thanks for helping
Oasisbob 08/21/14 09:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: towing with town and country

Lot of opinions on this. Mine is based on experience and thousands of miles. We towed for many years with an 01 Dodge Grand Caravan. Our trailer weight was 3,490 loaded and ready to camp. We did install rear air bags. Van did quite well as we traveled from Oregon to Canada and south to Mexico, Colorado too. MPG was about cut in half with trailer. Grades did not slow us as much as head winds. We had the 3.3 V-6 and passed many larger rigs. We did blow a tranny at 84K which extended warranty replaced. Sold the van with 127K. Never overheated. Chantged tranny fluid every season. Shoot me a private message if you have any questions. Pay attention to your factory numbers. You should be fine.
Oasisbob 08/21/14 01:24pm Tow Vehicles

When the RV industry makes changes i.d. sandwich walls, rubber roofing, now frameless windows it seems never really a benefit to the consumer. More for them. I'm old school all the way.
Oasisbob 08/20/14 04:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Talk about bad dumb luck!!

What are the odds? Exact spot? Amazing. As someone else posted atleast it is not a brand new hole.
Oasisbob 08/20/14 04:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Flooded trailer

Oasisbob 08/19/14 08:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Generator Options for Boondocking

I second the Yamaha or Honda. Money well spent. Reliable & quiet.
Oasisbob 08/18/14 09:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: Why its a good idea ot turn off propan ewhne no tin use

I would be very curious to see the specific cause in the LP system. Glad no one was hurt. Could have been so many causes within the LP system or evan a stove know accidently turned on. Glad no one was hurt.
Oasisbob 08/17/14 08:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Kayak rack question

We carry 3 on our van Thule roof rack. We always load the two outside yaks facing forward top up. Middle yak goes upside down on the rack. We use saddle racks for outer two. I have seen what you need in my travels. So it is possible. I am sure others here can give you more specifics. Good luck
Oasisbob 08/17/14 07:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: External Speakers, do you really want them ?

I second the wireless head phones. We camped last time out bahind some folks with outside speakers. Was forced to listen to Kay D Perry. Went home early. The folks just did'nt care about anyone else.
Oasisbob 08/16/14 03:18pm General RVing Issues
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
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