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RE: Winch questions, looking for advice

Champion 12000# portable.
Rolling Condo 11/03/17 08:38am Truck Campers
RE: First slug of RV supplies for a first timer. What do I need?

A question deservers to be asked and answered. To the original poster. What type of camping will you be doing? Will it be regular campgrounds with full hookups? Or will you do boon dock style camping or a mix ?
Rolling Condo 10/25/17 05:45pm Beginning RVing
RE: Potty ?.+Updated.. Read again if you.read it already!!

Check out the latest from Down Under.
Rolling Condo 10/21/17 07:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Suburban SF30 furnace problem

My bets on a clogged orifice. Very similar problem that I experienced.I used some carburetor cleaner to blow mine out.
Rolling Condo 10/06/17 06:23am Tech Issues
RE: Need help with STINK BUGS

Here you go.
Rolling Condo 10/03/17 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Best and quietest ductless rooftop AC?

X-3 on Attwood.
Rolling Condo 08/11/17 07:12pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 12 Volt freezer? Is this an option?

I have both a 36qt. Engel 8 years old and a 43qt. Edgestar 6 years old. Both work excellent as freezers or refrigerators as needed. Either on 120V A/C or 12V D/C. To me a well worth investment.
Rolling Condo 07/13/17 05:52pm Tech Issues
RE: Travel Queen Specs

DavePete is the man and has well documented his restoration.
Rolling Condo 06/27/17 08:48am Truck Campers
RE: First time mountain towing

Have brakes adjusted on the trailer.
Rolling Condo 06/26/17 10:25am Towing
RE: Testing running roof air via inverter

Not trying to change direction of this thread. But I'm very curious about real numbers on the A/C side of the air conditioner with the Micro Air installed. If anyone has information I'd like to hear about it. Thanks
Rolling Condo 06/03/17 06:43pm Tech Issues
RE: Park recommendations Maggie Vally? Banner Elk? Anywhere?

Grandfather RV Nice park with a river. Alot to see in the area.
Rolling Condo 04/22/17 01:50pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Generator choices

A pair of these in parallel will work for you. Won't break the bank and not as noisy as an open frame generator.
Rolling Condo 01/29/17 07:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hensley Arrow or Propride vs pressure sway

Yes, it does stop the zig zag swaying. You do get the side push, but now it affects the tow vehicle and trailer together. Offers much better control.
Rolling Condo 01/27/17 07:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Dutch Oven size recommendation

X3 on the 12" size. I have both a regular Lodge and the deep 8 qt. Lodge. As noted above most recipes are geared for the 12". Having the deep 8 qt. is great for crowd feeding.
Rolling Condo 01/26/17 06:47pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Anyone Have Feedback on the Camp Maid DO Set Up?

I have the Campmaid setup. Love the lid holder. Great setup for cooking for up to 4 people (given the size of the grill or using the lid as a griddle. Very nice that it will nest inside of my 12" deep sided Lodge DO.
Rolling Condo 01/26/17 06:18pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Electrical question: 2 fuses operate together in parallel?

A possible scenario would be where the power awning requires more amperage than one wire can carry. Therefore they have doubled up on the wiring, each wire would carry half of the load. From your description there are in parallel and not any shorts as the fuses would blow.
Rolling Condo 01/11/17 05:43pm Tech Issues
RE: Inverter Generator Help Please

Smart move to upgrade to LED lighting and 4 T-105's in series / parallel will certainly carry you overnight or more like 2 nights easily. One more upgrade to consider to get the most of a battery setup like that, would be to upgrade your converter and wiring to match. This would give better charging capabilities for a shorter generator run time. Depending on converter size a 2000 watt would be fine. No doubts a 3000 watt generator would power all your needs plus ability to use more 120 V loads. As for generators, well I'm a fan of the Champion brand. (Best bang for the $)
Rolling Condo 12/31/16 02:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Insulating window for winter

does anyone make a clearish material like the Reflectix stuff everyone is using. I like the Reflectix stuff on windows to keep heat and sun out but they block the view when in a window. There are threads about DIY Lexan or polycarbonate interior storm windows. Factory optional on Streamline, Avion and Silver Streak in years past, and obviously great with jalousie windows. Rarely ordered, unfortunately. But the threads about DIY on this forum replicate much of what those factory's did. Storage of Same is the other puzzle piece. Airstream may not have, I don't know. The older units had curved interior walls that would have made this difficult. Hard plastic would still be best. For my trailer l have used all of the techniques above. Sleeping beside the windows in winter was uncomfortable. I had acrylic cut to fit over the windows and secure with Velcro strips. The front window I cover with Reflectix, again secured with Velcro strips. The large picture window is covered with a shrink film storm window kit. All mods have greatly improved comfort particularly for sleeping. I use Reflectix on most but not all windows. Depends on heat load from sun in summer, and degree of cold in winter. There are several windows I don't cover at all for natural light. I use day/night shades on most windows and the three of the five lounge and kitchen windows are "open". Same for bath, open. I close off the rear bedroom entirely. Attention to roof openings, and door weatherstrip really pays off. So, Reflectix in main, and choices about where I am when awake makes it easier. I suppose I could try these clear film kits for those several windows "open" and see a benefit as reported by others. Hard interior storm windows will do the best job. I have employed all of those techniques in my trailer. The windows beside the twin beds made sleeping most uncomfortable. I had acrylic cut to cover them and secure them with Velcro strips. The large front window is covered with Reflectix. For the large picture window I used a shrink film storm window kit. All of the mods have made the trailer much more comfortable, especially for sleeping by the windows.
Rolling Condo 12/30/16 08:51pm Full-time RVing
RE: Show us how you decorate your RV for the Holidays!

Airstream light show
Rolling Condo 12/27/16 04:15pm RV Lifestyle
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