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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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