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RE: TV question

You can also get on with an integrated DVD player so you can watch your favorite movies.
Quahog 12/08/14 07:01am Beginning RVing
RE: Estimated MPG for Ford F350 Diesel w/373 rear end

I only got this truck this past Monday and have 300 miles on it. But according to the trip computer, I'm getting around 16 mpg so far and I am currently at half a tank. That's a mix of city and freeway driving. 2015 F350 DRW 3.73 CC LB
Quahog 11/30/14 04:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: Wholesale prices

You can go and configure the trailer you want (if they carry that brand) on rvdirect.com and obtain an instant quote. It takes only a few minutes and you'll have something in hand to negotiate with.
Quahog 11/30/14 04:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Mattress recomendations

I bought one of these from Amazon but it was queen size and we love it. Here's the 48x75: Serenia Sleep 8-inch mattress Foam RV
Quahog 11/30/14 04:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Fifth wheel hitch weight concerns

Other things people fail to consider are changes in the vehicle weight once you customize it... like spray-in bed liners, retractable covers, side steps, etc. Best way to know what your true carrying capacity is is just to weigh the truck at a CAT scale with your passengers, fuel, and all the junk you plan to carry. THEN you'll know how much wiggle room you have for the 5th wheel.
Quahog 11/29/14 04:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Awning in the rain

If you can tilt the awning on one end, do that and it will let the water drain off better.
Quahog 11/29/14 04:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Which of these 3 Ala state parks are the best

The only one of the three I have direct experience with is Desoto. It has a very nice campground that's been recently upgraded with sewer at most/all sites. We stayed there twice on our way up and back to Maine in 2012. You had to drive some to get to Walmart but it wasn't very far... 3-5 miles from what I remember. It's located on Lookout mountain in Fort Payne, home town of the group Alabama and it's obvious they're very proud of that. There's a museum for Alabama and some larger-than-life statues in a park right at the bottom of the mountain. We did quite a bit of hiking in the park itself and around the falls and all in all, I'd say it's one of my favorite parks.
Quahog 11/26/14 05:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Getting the specs...

You could try the camper manufacturer's website. Some/most have specific info on their makes and models.
Quahog 11/22/14 04:53am Truck Campers
RE: Locked Out Of Computer!

Give this a try. Since I no longer use Windows, I can't test it but it seems like it should work. How to Reset Windows XP Lost or Forgotten Passwords. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ktk9cQuIqBc
Quahog 11/21/14 02:28pm Technology Corner
RE: Payload capacity app?

The yellow and white stickers are the best info on what the truck can accommodate as it left the factory. The problem is we all put on hitches, lids, bed liners, and other stuff that's not reflected in those numbers. Best bet is to go weigh the truck at a CAT scale with fuel, passengers, and whatever you plan to carry. Then you'll know more realistically what range of load you can haul.
Quahog 11/21/14 01:50pm Truck Campers
RE: electric blankets ??

x4 on the heated mattress pad.
Quahog 11/20/14 02:56pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fulltiming with a CPAP

That really is pretty cool. Thanks for the info. I noticed the average pressure fluctuates. Does that imply the CPAP determines the pressure setting automatically? BTW, I am NOT trying to hijack this thread.
Quahog 11/17/14 01:32pm Full-time RVing
RE: Fulltiming with a CPAP

It's obvious I need to step into the 21st century. My old CPAP while very quiet, lightweight and small for travel basically has an on/off button. LOL
Quahog 11/17/14 01:17pm Full-time RVing
RE: Fulltiming with a CPAP

I'll check that out. Thank you
Quahog 11/17/14 09:28am Full-time RVing
RE: Dealer Discount

You can get an instant quote from RVDirect.com on many brands and models. It's a good point to negotiate with a local dealer from.
Quahog 11/17/14 06:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fulltiming with a CPAP

This thread was great reading for me. I've had a CPAP now for about 9 years and I won't sleep lying down without it. Soon I plan to upgrade my Goodknight 420 that's getting pretty worn. Any thoughts on the quietest, smallest, most versatile unit? p.s. I just set mine on the floor next to the bed. It's out of the way and there's no chance of getting tangled up in the hose and pulling it off the shelf. Yes, I have done that twice at home!
Quahog 11/17/14 05:50am Full-time RVing
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