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RE: Selling RV?

I usually use autoTrader/ RVTrader to sell vehicles, and have been successful with that.
Too Young to Retire 03/07/14 01:40pm General RVing Issues
Selling RV?

Where's the best place to sell a gently used 5'er?
Too Young to Retire 03/07/14 08:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Best Campground at Grand Canyon?

Do they allow pets at Trailer Village?
Too Young to Retire 11/05/13 01:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chevy Duramax Fuel mileage

This according to my DIC computer. 2009 duramax, extended cab SRW 4x4. Not-towing: 18-20 mpg on the hwy, going about 75. Towing: about 12 -14 mpg going 65 mph. I towed a 11000 lb fifth wheel. 2011 duramax, crew cab DRW 4x4: not-towing: 16-17 mpg on the hwy, going about 75. Towing: 11.9 mpg, towing about 64 mph. I tow a 14000 lb fifth wheel. I have a 2011 Duramax, crew, SRW,towing a 14k lb fiver, and get about the same as you. A lot of mileage claims are very suspect. Same as bragging about the size of some things........feet for instance.
Too Young to Retire 07/30/13 03:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing a Jeep Liberty 4wd with a dolly

Just bought a new Ford F-150. I was surprised to read in the manual that if towed, it needs to be 4 up. So, no wheels on the ground. Ford wants it on a trailer. I don't understand it. Not that I was planning on towing it. Just thought it was interesting.
Too Young to Retire 07/23/13 02:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Traveling in a 5th wheel while driving.

I like cats.
Too Young to Retire 07/23/13 11:42am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Traveling in a 5th wheel while driving.

I'm going to try it. I'll let you know how it was. Or, maybe I'll let the Wife try it.
Too Young to Retire 07/16/13 05:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing with Auto vs. Manual opinions. Looking for a TV

You can't drink coffee while you're driving if you have a manual tranny.
Too Young to Retire 07/15/13 01:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Emergency in Mesquite, NV

The outcome is that I removed the Pullrite plate, it's just bolted on, and a guy from the tow service was able to tow me with a conventional hitch to St. George. We were going to spend a week in Park City, but we ended up staying in St. George for the week while the truck was being repaired. We went to Zion Park and had a great time while in St.George. We made lemonade out of lemons. Thanks for the help that I received on this great forum.
Too Young to Retire 07/13/13 09:30am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Going to an RV park for the first time ?

Get yourself a couple family channel walkie talkies. Really helps when backing up. Wife outside directing without having to be concerned about keeping herself in your mirror. And no yelling.
Too Young to Retire 07/09/13 03:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: The Bike Rack Rocks and Rolls

I assume you have the type of bike rack which hangs the bikes from hooks on the rack with out supporting the wheels. If that is the case what you have done is the same as taking a 36" or so pry bar and hung apx. and 100 pounds on it, every time your rig hits a bump it is like someone pulling on the pry bar with all that force going into your frame. If you can support the weight of the bikes from the wheels at the height of the hitch and secure the bikes to the upright so they can't bounce it would be a improvement and better for your rig. This is a picture of a Fiamma bike rack mounted on an Airstream. Airstreams are prone to damage from bike racks mounted on the frame as yours is done. This bike rack is the only one Airstream approves, it demonstrates the concept of carrying the weight in a wheel tray at a lower height. Your rig more than likely can stand the stress better than an Airstream due to differences in design but lowering the weight bearing surface will provide you with a better experience. http://tint8r.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Fiamma.jpg Hope this helps. Jim Is that "bolted" to the coach?
Too Young to Retire 06/03/13 04:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bed tonneau covers

I have the truck cover USA retractable cover. Keeps the bed dry and looks good too. http://www.truckcoversusa.com/images/TCUSA_Gallery/Chevy/images/Chevy%20-%202005%20Close%20up.jpg
Too Young to Retire 05/20/13 05:30pm Fifth-Wheels
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