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RE: Air suspension advantage or not

I also added the Firestone Ride Rite Air Bags to My 2011 F-250. It really smooths out the ride over highway overpasses/bridges. It used to sag only a little but now 35 psi levels it out. I drop it to 5 psi when not towing. I added a Air lift Wireless One compressor and it's as easy as pushing the button on the remote to got from soft ride to tow ready. It also helps in lining up the height when connecting.
TT_Tim 11/13/14 07:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: R values for camping in the heat and second A/C

You could probably get by with one 15K BTU if you had a shade tree for the hot afternoon sun. If it it open with full sun you will need a second 13.5K unit in the BR. I use reflectix in the windows on the sunny side in the afternoons. Awnings/Slide toppers would def help.
TT_Tim 10/22/14 03:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: tools

It's a good idea to carry a couple of replacement shear bolts for the front electric landing legs.
TT_Tim 09/28/14 09:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Generator gone!

The New York Legend might resist bolt cutters, but the new thief uses cordless cut-off tools. It'll go through hardened steel like butter.
TT_Tim 09/26/14 06:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Generator gone!

Now days with the cordless power tools, cutting through chain or steel cable can be done in seconds. When not using my twin Honda 2000s, I cover them with a tarp. There are handle guards that help prevent cutting through the handle which is a popular method of ripping them off. http://images.campingworld.com/is/image/cwi/5000/58709n.jpg?hei=-1 width=680
TT_Tim 09/26/14 05:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fantastic Vent

I don't think it matters which mode it's in. To close the vent with the remote you have to turn it off by pressing the bottom button 3 times.
TT_Tim 05/10/14 10:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Columbus 320RS

I have had a 295RL for almost a year. There were a few minor issues, mostly cosmetic. I think the Columbus has the best looking 5th wheel out there and the bang for the buck. It has a LOT of features for the price. All RV manufactures are going to have a few bad ones built with poor quality and those are the ones you hear about. There are lots of happy owners out there and - so far I am one.
TT_Tim 03/19/14 09:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th Wheel propane pigtail

Here is a picture of the factory pigtail. http://i1025.photobucket.com/albums/y315/Max_Hise/Propane/image_zps5b7dc9da.jpg It looks like a 3/8" female flare fitting on the end. You prolly need something like this: http://www.northlineexpress.com/space-heaters/space-heater-parts/5-propane-hose-assembly-f273707.html
TT_Tim 01/20/14 09:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: two battery hook up

Thanks Don, Would the vents on a box like the NOCO and the hole underneath, where the 12v used to reside, be enough or do I need to find a way to connect the vent hose to the top? How have others set theirs up after switching from 1 to 2 bats? I added a vent to the top & bottom of the second battery box with PVC fittings and radiator hose. http://s50.photobucket.com/user/Tim65GT/media/Fifth%20wheel/image_zps6682df94.jpg.html http://s50.photobucket.com/user/Tim65GT/media/Fifth%20wheel/image_zps6682df94.jpg.html
TT_Tim 12/09/13 07:12pm Fifth-Wheels
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