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RE: Weekend travel MA to FL

Baltimore south as far as Richmond VA can be a crapshoot on 95, even Sat-Sun. No longer a crapshoot. It is a sure thing for being a nightmare all week, N/O Baltimore as well. As for the pros/cons for 95 versus 81, I would take the chance of possible funky weather than all the tolls and wall to wall 95 traffic. I've come down from Gloucester a few times and 95 is only an option when heading to Long Island. To each their own. It is hard to determine what poison one prefers to pick.
Robocop 12/07/17 06:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Winter is coming - question re gas and generator maintenance

I would never dispute any information that is prudent and offered with merit. I have run my Onan genny religiously since brand new, every month for 2 hours under load, regardless of weather and/or fuel tank capacity, unless of course it is near 1/4 full which it never is while parked. I have used Stabil or Sea Foam only as a preventative if I do not head out for weeks at a time in the winter. To this date the genny has worked flawlessly with minimum attention other than an oil change and spot inspections. The same exercise time goes for my stand alone Champion 9500 genny. No issues. Reading the forums it appears some choose the 1/2 hour run time and others go with the 1-2 hour run time. To each his own. I can only report good things for my exercise schedule.
Robocop 10/25/17 06:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 30 and 31 ft. C's

Been with mine since day one fully loaded and with a toad the last 3 years. Just over 25,000. Yeah, I need to be patient on more steeper elevations but once done with that it is all good. I get 7-8 mpg with the toad and almost 10 mpg without.
Robocop 09/26/17 05:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Hurricane Irma

Heading out for 3 weeks Thursday, North and West. That is the good news. The not so good is I will be 13 hours away from home should the poo hit the fan. One day at a time for all of us. Certainly glad Irma is not coming in via the Gulf.
Robocop 09/02/17 04:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: brake buddy

I never had a fuse blown by my BB but I seemed to have a lack of consistent power when using the toad DC plug. After I sent BB back to have it checked out with no issues found, they sent me the dedicated fuse line plug and I have not had an issue since. However, some time after that I also had to replace my toad battery and I think that also was contributing to the power issue. Although I have gone back and forth before I bought the BB and after as to another braking mechanism, I have nothing but good things to speak to and the techs are very deliberate and friendly when I have called about concerns.
Robocop 08/14/17 02:16pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Do you sleep in your rig at home?

Probably once a month just for fun. Couple years back, and within a year time frame, my area lost power for two weeks each time due to nasty weather events. Fortunately my stand alone genny did enough of a good job to keep the RV and required items in the house up to speed. Other than the fact a totally blacked out neighborhood for blocks on end was eerie, it was just like camping!
Robocop 07/07/17 05:16pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Toad or No Toad

Bought my 32' Sunseeker new. Did not want to sell my F-150 to buy a toad. Managed 3 years without one but it was mostly due to always being with friends or a family member and managing. I roll solo and finally had enough of no secondary transportation. And Enterprise does not always come to you while camping. With rare exception, my CR-V follows me everywhere, whether I need it or not for weeks at a time. And I kept my F-150 which has been a benefit when the CR-V is down or vice versa. It's all a matter of cost versus utility.
Robocop 07/06/17 07:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sewer Hose wont fit in **New** Minnie Bumper

Why not go with the Sewer Solution? Been using same for 11 years. No fuss, no mess, and much more convenient and compact.
Robocop 06/10/17 08:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: TPMS systems Eez or Tireminder

TireMinder with the repeater since 2011. Normally cannot tire pressure does not register until I am rolling. Three flats over that time while on the road at highway speed and it alerted me to two. There was a programming glitch, perhaps human error, and one was not picked up. However, it has alerted me to high temp/pressure which gave me an opportunity to inspect and deflate, allowing me to continue on with no further issues.
Robocop 05/13/17 02:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Verizon?

Been with VZW for 20 years. Not perfect but it has gotten better.
Robocop 05/09/17 06:46pm Technology Corner
RE: Questions about towing CRV's/Jeep Liberty

My CR-V mostly 60-65 but when up to 70 briefly, no issues.
Robocop 03/28/17 04:35pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Short generator use

Been exercising mine 2 hours on load every month for 6 years. Starts up and runs like new every time. Have only changed the oil once.
Robocop 03/04/17 12:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sunseeker 3050S

One can debate brands and models ad nauseum as to concerns real or perceived. Other than a few minor things that I took issue with, I love my Sunseeker and loved my ROO the same.
Robocop 02/14/17 07:15pm Class C Motorhomes
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