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RE: I-95 in New Jersey

In Jan hug the coast for flat terrain and mildest temps I-287 til it ends at the NJ Turnpike Turnpike south to Del Memorial Bridge Cross Bridge anf Follow I-95 south in Del to Del Route 896 South 896 til it joins with US 301 Follow 301 to Bowling Green, VA and pick up VA State Route 207 207 to I-95 X2 - - EXCEPT - - watch for the southern storms.. last year parts of DC , MD and VA received as much snow or winter weather as us at times... the lower part of 301 would not be my favorite during a snow fall.. I think that I would feel a bit safer on the highway.. X3 except after the Del Memorial Bridge I would take route 13 which truns into route 1 to which turns into 113 which turns back into 13 to the Cheasapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel to 58 west to 95 south. This will bring you out to 95 in south VA. The only down side is going through Norfolk VA. We go this way to the FL keys and it is by far the most traffic free way we have gone for the last 20 years. Once you are on 95 south in NC it is a cleaner drive down south.
Richmcm 10/28/14 07:11am Roads and Routes
RE: Oil Changes,Where?

Change the oil in our E450 Winnebago Aspect in our driveway like many others. I use Mobil 1 full synthetic and change at 3000 mile intervals. I also lube the zerk fittings every other oil, change at a minimum. I have also installed a quick valve which makes the whole process easy. If you have the room the E450 is simple to change the oil. The filter is right there.
Richmcm 09/24/14 08:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: changing your own oil - is it worth it?

I change the oil in our v10. It is too easy and when I get the oil on sale it is under $40.00. No need for a lift since the MH is high enough get under I also installed a quick valve which I simply sitch over to empty the oil. No driving, waiting or overpaying.
Richmcm 02/26/14 01:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michelin LTX M/S Replacement

I replaced our Michelin because of terrible sidewall cracking. I would up with Firestone Transforse RT. 2 years old and like them better than Michelin for sure for a third of the price. What is with Michelin side wall cracking? This has been a problem for years.
Richmcm 02/25/14 02:12pm Class C Motorhomes
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