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RE: SAE AP2-5 PM125

you could do a goggle search like I did and found this site that has your lenses - http://www.pmlights.com/products.cfm?cId=9&fId=67&pId=3145
Road Runners 07/24/14 07:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Who knows what this is? (Hint - Maxxis)

welcome to the well populated blow out club.
Road Runners 07/23/14 08:37am General RVing Issues
RE: low water pressure at CG

We have this problem a lot. When the pressure gets too low we resort to turning on our fresh water pump and drawing water from our onboard water tank.
Road Runners 07/23/14 08:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Have you gone from a larger rig to a smaller one?

In the year 2000 we downsized from a 34 foot fiver to the present 30 foot fiver we have today. We find our 30 to be just the right size for the two of us.
Road Runners 07/21/14 05:15pm RV Lifestyle
RE: On the road with a Keurig Coffee Maker

My wife and I just completed a 6,000 mile tour up the east coast then to mid America, down to Missouri and Texas and home to Florida. We were on interstates, US highways and state and county roads. We found the roads rougher than ever this year. We have a Keurig that we left at home. I don't think the Keurig would have survived our trip.
Road Runners 07/21/14 05:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Blocking window light and heat ?

We totally blacked out the windows in our fiver's bedroom with an opaque film that sticks to the glass. We did it ourselves, but any good car window tinting business should be able to do a good job. It does the job and looks good on the outside as well as the inside.
Road Runners 06/25/14 09:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Refrigerator

I think the fuse on the frig's electro panel may be blown. Take the cover off that panel and check the fuse. As I remember it is a 5 amp fuse.
Road Runners 06/08/14 08:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do these temps sound right

Those temperatures sound normal to me. It is in the range of the tire temps on my truck and fiver.
Road Runners 06/07/14 07:44pm Tech Issues
RE: No hot water pressure

Have you check all the hot water faucets to see if this no hot water exist on all of them. If you have pressure at another faucet there is the possibility that a bit calcium from the hot water tank is lodge in the faulty faucet valve.
Road Runners 05/24/14 10:49am Tech Issues
RE: Wisconsin Dells to Durango, Co

I must be getting too old. I would like to help you as we rode the train in Durango last year, but I do not know what c2c means nor do I understand your use of the word covered.
Road Runners 05/22/14 01:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: HELP: Water on floor in back bedroom 31C 2004 Minnie

Do you have a dog? grin
Road Runners 05/18/14 01:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Gas or Diesel

If he tows in the mountains, the diesel is nice to have. Have they fixed the exhaust brake on the Ford to work as well as Ram and GM's? I was not aware that the Ford Super Duty trucks were equipped with exhaust brakes. My truck has a braking capability, but it is with the transmission which shifts down and takes advantage of engine compression to slow the truck. Do the newer Fords actually use the exhaust for braking?
Road Runners 05/16/14 10:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Bedroom slide out leak

Are you catching the water in a plastic pan in the basement? Is the rug on the slide out floor getting wet? In any event, if it were me I would be checking all the gaskets, that seal the slide when it is closed, to see that they are in place and/or damaged.
Road Runners 05/14/14 12:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire Failure-Update IV

I have seen tires worse than that on my fiver. That is till I started putting Michelin XPS Rib tires in 2005. Then all my fiver tire troubles disappeared.
Road Runners 05/14/14 09:36am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Question about stabilizer jacks and landing gear

Short of putting the frame up on blocks nothing you do will get rid of all the movement in a fiver. Since it is designed for the road the springs, shackles etc. will allow some movement. You might try a tripod jack that connects to the hitch pin. It will stop some of the side to side movement, but they are a pain in the A** to put on, take off and store. You might also try adjusting the landing gear so the fiver is a bit nose down. Then deploy the rear stabilizers firmly on your blocks. After that, raise the nose with the landing gear. This will transfer more of the fiver weight onto the stabilizers. You can only do this a little bit as the stabilizers have a limited load strength. But, it will steady the fiver a bit. My wife and I don't even notice the movement anymore. The only thing we do when parking is chock the wheels and put down the landing gear. Perhaps you will get used to it too.
Road Runners 05/14/14 09:20am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Water heater will not restart

If it were my heater my first thought would be that the heaters thermostat is bad.
Road Runners 05/13/14 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Light Switch

Radio Shack has a lot of electrical switches. If you have a Radio Shack near you might take a look to see if you could find one you could use.
Road Runners 05/13/14 09:01am General RVing Issues
RE: Colorado to Michigan

Drove exactly that route last summer on our way to Neb. It is a good route with good roads.
Road Runners 05/11/14 02:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New trailer leaking.

Yes include me as one who wouldn't have slide awnings. For me, they are not needed. They would just be something else to repair. But, then we are not ones to stay anyone place very long. Our fiver, that we purchased new, now has over 100,200 miles on it and it is still going strong. We have the truck and fiver inspected and repaired for another summer jaunt. We are now packing the fiver with clothes, food, tools etc. We will be running the road again soon.
Road Runners 05/11/14 10:08am Travel Trailers
RE: New trailer leaking.

Ventilate and keep the air moving inside to dry everything as quickly as possible. I don't think you have to worry about the wood rotting or warping if you get it dry in a reasonable time. Our fiver when new had such a leak that was fixed under warranty. Under warranty they fixed the leak and put down new carpet as the water stained it. Now it is 14 years later and no problems with the leak damaging anything.
Road Runners 05/10/14 12:33pm Travel Trailers
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