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RE: RVTrader.com FYI

Craig's List = FREE ! It also equals some people you would never send to your worst enemy! Same thing can happen with any ad. Wierdos aren't limited to CL
Romer1 07/25/14 06:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Holy cow, Indiana toll roads $$$$$

Just checking the balance on my ez-pass I was SHOCKED to see a recent round trip we made from Chicagoland to the Elkhart, In. area towing our tt cost us 40.00 in Indiana tolls!!!! Can't believe this is even possible, could this be correct? In June it cost me $25.67 for motorhome towing my Jeep to cross the state with I-PASS. For some reason return trip was about $1.00 less. OH was less than that each way.
Romer1 07/18/14 05:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Warrenty Company

Route 66
Romer1 07/14/14 11:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warrenty Company

Route 66
Romer1 07/14/14 11:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire advice

Also take a look at Toyo. Either made in US or Japan. Just got 6 M143 19.5" for $2477. They're 16 ply load range H
Romer1 07/14/14 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ez pass locations

Illinois I Pass has mounting instructions for vertical windshields hereVertical windshield IPass mounting 1-2" from bottom, near center. Works finee, mine was reliably read in IL, IN OH & NY. Would think EZPass would work same.
Romer1 07/14/14 05:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: East Coast RV Trips

Romer1. Yes it is Pine Creek. I guess I'll have to be up for a challenge drive towing the 5er. Thanks for the warning. You'll probably be coming up 13 to 327. 327 has some interesting hills and curves (10-15mph). Was just there a couple weeks ago.
Romer1 07/10/14 01:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: East Coast RV Trips

I'm live on the east coast (Maryland) and basically have been from Maine to Florida but I'm looking for something new perhaps Vermont, NH or NC, SC but a nice campground full hook ups, neat town etc.Any ideas James Island campground in Charleston, SC. One of the nicest campgrounds we've ever been to and plenty to do in the area
Romer1 07/10/14 12:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: East Coast RV Trips

Something different would be a trip to NY's Finger Lakes. Literally 100's of wineries, lots of microbrew pubs, and beautiful scenery like water falls lakes and beautiful country. Headed there tomorrow for the Finger Lakes Wine festival. It's the area more than the campground I'm going for. Staying at a place called Pine something south of Ithaca. We' never stayed there but I'm sure we'll manage. Would that be Pine Creek? If so, lot's of winding 2 lane roads to get to it. We've visited twice in our toad, but decided not to take MH there. It is a nice CG, tho
Romer1 07/10/14 12:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Mounting pedestal chairs in slide

Since the Storage Bays are attached to the Slide ,would it not make sense to drill up through the top of the Compartments? You still need to have some steel reinforcement . No, because the slide beams are between the floor and the storage compartments. There's about a six inch space . The compartments have to go under the coach floor when in, running bolts thru top of compartment would prevent slide from going in
Romer1 07/09/14 06:27am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Mounting pedestal chairs in slide

You would need to add some Steel plates below the Floor and run carriage Bolts UP through the plates and through matching holes in the Pedistal . This could be accomplished with the Slide Extended on My Rig! As long as the Plate and Bolt Heads were kept to the minimum and don't interfere with the Slide mechanism it should be a piece do Cake. Driving Lag Bolts in from the Top would not work for Me. Just not enough solid wood to get a secure grip! You would also need to determine if Seat Belts could be added! Just removed sofa, held in place with 6 self tapping lag bolts. Storage compartments come out with slide giving exceedingly limited access to underside.
Romer1 07/08/14 11:57am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Mounting pedestal chairs in slide

Google Hilti togglers. They might be a good fix for this and also come in stainless. They would require a hollow space that I don't have
Romer1 07/08/14 11:43am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Mounting pedestal chairs in slide

I want to remove the sofabed in our Suncruiser 35U and replace it with 2 Flexsteel barrel chairs that are on pedestals same as drivers chair. Any ideas on how to mount them? Know I can't go thru floor with bolts like the existing recliner. Would lag bolts work?
Romer1 07/08/14 05:43am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Old School CB?

CB is still the best for getting traffic conditions as you travel. Don't know of any traffic apps that come close. My "maps" on android shows red, or yellow for tfc condx. Outside of cities there isn't much tfc. How about the accident that just happened 2 miles ahead of you? Better yet, how about telling you there's a problem with your MH, trailer, toad?
Romer1 07/08/14 05:29am Technology Corner
RE: Old School CB?

CB is still the best for getting traffic conditions as you travel. Don't know of any traffic apps that come close.
Romer1 07/07/14 07:29pm Technology Corner
RE: Best RV toilet brand

having just replaced the blade seal and cleaned up our china bowl Thetford Aurora (2 pedal) Im not sure i would want a more complicate Thetford Techma - all I've every heard about macerators is that they clog w/ nasty debris (hair/paper etc). I subscribe to the "less moving parts" means theres less to fail theory. I just looked at a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ5x4OURmNk on that Techma - holy cow that thing is complicated & has tons of narrowing passages and hoses...NO THANKS ! Ive never had an issue w/ our black tank - I thoroughly rinse it clean after every trip. Id stick w/ Thetford their parts, seals & rebuild kits are plentiful ! while i had ours off the floor i took the opportunity to add the $23 riser kit http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n255/donrumsey/Haulmark%20Coach/th_ScreenShot2014-07-05at121440PM.png http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n255/donrumsey/Haulmark%20Coach/th_IMG-20130203-00559.jpg What was involved in adding that riser? Do you need to extend the piping? Does it just fit existing mounting or do you have to make any changes? Thanks, have one on order.Glad to know it's a simple project. Oops , wrong message , meant to reply to your answer :o :o
Romer1 07/06/14 01:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best RV toilet brand

having just replaced the blade seal and cleaned up our china bowl Thetford Aurora (2 pedal) Im not sure i would want a more complicate Thetford Techma - all I've every heard about macerators is that they clog w/ nasty debris (hair/paper etc). I subscribe to the "less moving parts" means theres less to fail theory. I just looked at a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ5x4OURmNk on that Techma - holy cow that thing is complicated & has tons of narrowing passages and hoses...NO THANKS ! Ive never had an issue w/ our black tank - I thoroughly rinse it clean after every trip. Id stick w/ Thetford their parts, seals & rebuild kits are plentiful ! while i had ours off the floor i took the opportunity to add the $23 riser kit http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n255/donrumsey/Haulmark%20Coach/th_ScreenShot2014-07-05at121440PM.png http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n255/donrumsey/Haulmark%20Coach/th_IMG-20130203-00559.jpg What was involved in adding that riser? Do you need to extend the piping? Does it just fit existing mounting or do you have to make any changes?
Romer1 07/05/14 02:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where are all the 19.5 inch tires?

Just got 6 Toyo M143 16 ply 245/70R19.5 for $2476 out the door.
Romer1 06/24/14 05:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing Jeep Wrangler

I made my own base plates, because the factory models tore out twice. there is no real frame to attach to. When did wranglers do away with the frame???????? The cheap pressed sheet metal they call a frame really isn't. take a look at how the tow bar is attached you'll understand. I have a TJ and know what that frame is. As far as I know the JK body also bolts onto a steel frame, which is where they mount the tow hooks. A Compass or Patriot is a different story Any 4WD wrangler is easy to tow
Romer1 06/23/14 06:45pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Towing Jeep Wrangler

I made my own base plates, because the factory models tore out twice. there is no real frame to attach to. When did wranglers do away with the frame????????
Romer1 06/23/14 06:27pm Dinghy Towing
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