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RE: Same old $@;/

Peddler95, Thank you for your post. I apologize for the confusion on your recent visit to Camping World. If you send me a Private Message with your last name and zip code, or member number, I would be happy to look into why you are not receiving the magazine. Please let me know. Thank you for your membership, Nate K. Marcus' Rapid Response Team Thanks for the reply, private message sent, also with question that may be of interest to all, i thought Good Sam and Camping World were the same membership, I show different expiration dates. Well, it's been a week. No response to my PM, nor answer to my question. Guess I titled this thread correctly.
Peddler95 12/13/14 06:48pm Good Sam Club
RE: Weight at a truck stop

This company pretty much owns the truck stop scale business: http://catscale.com/how-to-weigh Good web site that should help you.
Peddler95 12/10/14 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine starting battery being charged while parked?

I've had the Trik L Start permanently installed for a couple of years. Works great.
Peddler95 12/07/14 02:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Same old $@;/

Peddler95, Thank you for your post. I apologize for the confusion on your recent visit to Camping World. If you send me a Private Message with your last name and zip code, or member number, I would be happy to look into why you are not receiving the magazine. Please let me know. Thank you for your membership, Nate K. Marcus' Rapid Response Team Thanks for the reply, private message sent, also with question that may be of interest to all, i thought Good Sam and Camping World were the same membership, I show different expiration dates.
Peddler95 12/06/14 02:58pm Good Sam Club
RE: Shopping at Lazydays?

I bought my coach there in 2011, good experience, treated fairly. Came with a thirty day warranty on the coach, none on the chassis. We took it on a four day shakedown and I emailed a list of issues to LD. Made an appointment for repairs about Two weeks later. When I took it in, I showed them a couple of other issues that we found after the thirty day period was up. They said "no problem" and took care of everything including a couple they found during the time in shop. I'd definitely buy there again.
Peddler95 12/05/14 06:58pm Class A Motorhomes
Same old $@;/

Shopped at Camping World in Summerville, FL last July. Check out lady convinced my wife it was time to renew membership. I didn't have my card with me so i said ok. She also said we would get four issues of either magazine for renewing in the store. Got home, checked card, as thought, expires in April 2015. Oh well no big, checked online a few days later and confirmed membership extended to April 2016. Today received a letter from Marcus (yeah, right), stating time to renew, membership expires April 2015. Worse than the magazine sellers, lie about the expiration date, figuring no one checks and the money just keeps flowing in. BTW - still have yet to receive the first "free" magazine.
Peddler95 12/05/14 06:44pm Good Sam Club
RE: Windshield water leak just started - Itasca 30B

As stated above, the rubber molding, above, below, and in between the windshields is easy to remove and replace. I strongly suggest you remove it and check for rust. I found surface rust over about 50 percent of the frame and a coupleof places where leaks had started. Treated with rust neutralizer and painted with Rustoleum. I check it every year and so far no new rust. There are also two steel tabs that the glass rests on while the adhesive cures. Rust expands ands puts pressure on the glass, causing cracks. I checked with Winnebago engineering and they confirmed that after theadhesive cures, the tabs serve no further purpose. I carefully bent mine down to take pressure off the glass. One was so rusted, it broke off.
Peddler95 11/18/14 02:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield water leak just started - Itasca 30B

When raining (and the RV parked) water has just started dripping steadily near the upper left corner of the windshield. It's a pretty big leak: a drop every 4 seconds, a cup every few hours. I inspected the insides of the overhead cabinets as well as possible. Everywhere is dry. Outside on top, the calking at the cap to roof joint looks good, as does the calking on the sides of the roof near the front. I hate to tear off the rubber molding at the top of the windshield (outside) just to take a look. I have no diagrams to show how the cap seals to the windshield or its frame. Just thought I'd post to see if someone else has had a similar leak there and found a good way to troubleshoot it. What year?
Peddler95 11/17/14 05:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: skylight over shower

My MH has both an inner and outer piece. They are both five sided "neo?" Style and expenxive. I replaced the outer one a couple of years ago from Winnebago. Later got to thinking, if I ever need to replace the outer one again, I'll buy a rectangular one, probably from Building supply store that will cover the entire hole. I see no practicle reason why the outer piece has to "fit" the five sided hole.
Peddler95 11/11/14 05:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electrical issues during walk-through

If, in the future, you have electrical problems, wouldn't it be resonable to assume the extended warranty people may determine the problem to be pre-existing and refuse the claim? There is a history of electrical problems being established when all this work is being done.
Peddler95 11/11/14 04:53am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Winterizing in Florida

I just blow out the lines, pour a little antifreeze in the P traps and, on the nights it's going below 30, I put a 60 watt light bulb in the water bay.
Peddler95 11/06/14 04:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cured My Double Towing State Law Issues, Pics Inside

What is your intent, and what do you think you're going to accomplish? Do you think you're going to argue your point so the OP will go buy another motorhome Best comment I've read on a forum in a long time
Peddler95 11/04/14 02:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dump Gloves

I have a bottle of liquid hand soap in a holder screwed to the inside of the water compartment and a bottle of Purel hanging from a hook. Gloves are a pain and if they tear or, heaven forbid, something splashes on your arm, full cleanup is easy. 90% of the time the water heater is hot and the faucet is right there, I keep the outside shower disconnected as the hose is always in my way.
Peddler95 11/03/14 01:13pm Beginning RVing
RE: Anyone ever call a Standby Sam member?

Never heard of it.
Peddler95 11/01/14 12:31pm Good Sam Club
RE: Generator noise under bed

Our generator, air conditioner/heat pumps, and furnace are under the bedroom. Will never have another with the AC/HP under there. The furnace is not real bad and, as we only stay in campgrounds, can't run the generator during sleeping time anyway. That being said, to your original question, the best way to deal with the noise is with an acoustic barrier, not an absorber. Acoustic barriers are based on mass weight, in the past being lead sheet, now usually loaded vinyl or silicones. Problem is that to have much effect you will need to add considerable weight. I'm reasonably sure my AC noise is more from vibration of the unit and surrounding panels, and I'm trying to find things underneath that my add to the problem, you may want to investigate things like worn mounts, loose covers, etc. to see if that helps.
Peddler95 10/29/14 07:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I find my water pump?

I'd love to find a pump quiet enough to not know exactly where it is. Mine is almost louder than the AC.
Peddler95 10/27/14 05:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Saftey Chains on Tow Dolly

Traveylin: If I understand you correct, No the brakes on the tow dolly will not be applied and neither will the brakes on the vehicle. Many tow dollies have surge style brakes. Some do have electric brakes. Some electric brake setups do have a break away function if dolly comes loose. Not many though. Any dolly with electric brakes can be upgraded to a break away configuration with a $10 switch and a battery. I use a pigtail on the toad's battery so it cost me less than $10.
Peddler95 10/27/14 05:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power generator problems

Plenty of fuel in the tank? Generator feed line can only pick up down to 1/4 tank.
Peddler95 10/26/14 04:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Manslaughter charges for improper towing equipment.

And the throwable for a single occupant of a boat is to rescue someone from another boat you may find in the water. not my responsibility. it is the responsibility of a person in HIS boat. bumpy It is totally your responsibility! If you see another boater in distress with risk to life or property you have a responsibility (a legal one) to render aid. Don't disagree but, if true, why (at least in Florida), is a throwable not required if your boat is under 16 feet?
Peddler95 10/19/14 06:35am General RVing Issues
RE: Gas Tank External Drain

Do you have a generator?? If so just put a "T" after the fuel pump to the generator add a shut off valve to the "T" and using the generator fuel pump, pump out what you need in to gas can. That's what I do except instead if a tee i just disconnect the fuel hose at the carb. Can only drain down to 1/4 asthat's the level of the generator line in the tank but allows a fill up to mix in fresh fuel.
Peddler95 10/03/14 02:14pm Class A Motorhomes
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