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RE: CG Pics, 8 weeks no reservations, IL-AZ/UT/CO/NM-IL

snowman conquers the west :) for experienced RVers, your travelogue is palpable wondering how much time you guys spend walking the surroundings each day? after pulling into your site, w/o toad, do you regularly drive off in the rig to explore?
burlmart 06/08/17 04:55am Class C Motorhomes
Doro PhoneEasy 626 battery

my Consumer Cellular doro has been great for 2 yrs, but the flip phone battery is getting very week CS, probably the only carrier to sell doro, is no help at all. they will not supply the $12 batt, and offer no trustworthy online source (amazon, target, and other reputable mail order giants push you to iffy 3rd party batt suppliers. on pressing CS, they suggest the trustworthy chain, batteriesplus -- but they do not carry the doro batt. same for atbatt. CS simultaneously badmouths doro as a reliable product that can last more than 2 yrs, then tells me to just order another. i am an engineer who hates to waste equipment for want of a simple part, or else i would just have CS send me another $50 flip phone. CS said any unlocked gsm phone will do. bestbuy says good luck finding one. any helpful ideas. ( i am low vision, so larger print is very valuable} TIA
burlmart 04/22/17 06:15am Technology Corner
RE: What type of roof is this?

A sure fire way to tell what you have. Click Here this is where i learned to tell this warrants being a forum STICKY
burlmart 01/20/17 04:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How will this affect RVing. Very interesting video.

I think the first RV's to go full electric will be the B class vans. Nissan has already produced its first E van. I suspect somebody will take a shot at camperizing it soon enough. I failed to note in my earlier post that your video is amazing, and it has instantly altered my perspective of the future. thanks, J&A i think B builders have 'jumped the shark' w/r targeting a small affluent customer base w/ incredibly over-priced vehicles (not your father's VW van). just as seeing your other vid of a tesla pulling a retro 1920's styled TT, the builder of an electric class A retro GMC RV coach for under$80,000 will take RVing by storm
burlmart 01/08/17 06:13am General RVing Issues
RE: How will this affect RVing. Very interesting video.

i got interested in solar energy in late 70's. so many naysayers convinced me that the sunshine was too diffuse, undependable, and too hard to store. even if only some of the video speaker's ideas of future advances come true, it'll be big. for example, if car-on-demand replaces car ownership such that parking lots are empty, the acerage freed-up could be converted to solar energy collection.
burlmart 01/08/17 04:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Christmas and New Year

I wish you the Five Candles of Advent: Hope, Peace, Joy, Love, Christ. Friends, be Well, Safe, Healthy, Blessed in 2017! Best to all, and especially to you, j-d. I am always comforted knowing that such a thoughtful, humble, and helpful person as yourself is part of this community.
burlmart 12/25/16 04:22am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Selling an RV Through Consignment

Good for you; well done!
burlmart 11/18/16 02:26am General RVing Issues
RE: I want this twin bed floorplan

Burl, when I put the bed in place of the sofa in the Trail Lite, I bought two foam wedges. I thought I had photos of them in place, but I can't find them. Anyway, the made a basic sofa out of the bed. And for watching TV, I placed one of the wedges at the head of the bed. Add some pillows and it's very good. Born Free and Winnebago Trend have a way to raise the head part of the bed and mattress for lounging. It probably is not too hard to do. We don't know what we would do about tables. If the cab seats swivel, maybe we would rig up something for them. If the drop down bed is okay, that would be a fine layout. Friends of ours snowbirded in a 26 or 28 foot Trek Safari for years. It had the drop down bed. They loved that MH. People still pay good money for them, and the bed is a big part of the reason. You are right on the toad. These things are not intended for it. I'm sure someone will tow a Smart Car with one. That would be right at the limit. i remember your wedge pillows, and thought ALOT about losing our jacknife sofa to build a twin size bed as you did -- but we found sitting in the cushy contoured couch to watch TV set on dinette table very nice. the redundancy of seating in t24rb is apparent; front cab swivelers and breakdown table could yield some VERY OPEN floor space in the vid w/ the couple, they said NO towing is allowed transit orion t24rb
burlmart 11/11/16 03:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: I want this twin bed floorplan

snowman, i had posted these comments, but maybe you did not read them snowman: a few comments - a twin bed is very different than a sofa for daytime lounging - backless & too-wide seat - will two swivel chairs suffice for lounging? - if TV is in cabover, you are facing away in swivel seats - will you place a knockdown pedastal table somewhere for big maels or laptop use? a while back we were in a BF built-for-2 w/ the twin inclinable beds that faces the cabover TV...looked comfy for hanging out on slow/rainy afternoons and most evenings. nevetherless, it looks like you are moving in a good direction w/ the coachman orion w/ dropdown queen and sofa/captains-chair-dinette Thanks Hooligan. I am partial to the plans with the bath in the back. The bath is usually roomier, and the rest of the plan is one big open feeling area. I found this Orion/Transit plan from Coachmen. It is exactly what I was looking for: http://www.coachmenrv.com/ImageHandler.ashx?ImageID=23536 width=480 But I would also like to see this drop queen bed plan too!: http://www.coachmenrv.com/ImageHandler.ashx?ImageID=23535 width=480 if your snowbirdind ventures involve entertaining, it's perfect but, no toad capacity
burlmart 11/10/16 04:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: I want this twin bed floorplan

snowman: a few comments - a twin bed is very different than a sofa for daytime lounging - backless & too-wide seat - will two swivel chairs suffice for lounging? - if TV is in cabover, you are facing away in swivel seats - will you place a knockdown pedastal table somewhere for big maels or laptop use? a while back we were in a BF built-for-2 w/ the twin inclinable beds that faces the cabover TV...looked comfy for hanging out on slow/rainy afternoons and most evenings.
burlmart 11/07/16 06:39am Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

Long time pop-up camper >30 years. I was in the market for a B or a C without the bed over the cab. Like the idea of a class distinction of B+. It helped me do the research. I bought a C (B+) about 6 weeks ago. Pleasure-Way Plateau XLMB your PW is an exemplary example of the B+ distincrion like pleasure-way, several former mfgrs of B vans (e.g., LTV, Coach House, Phoenix) have largely switched to the B+ platform. the cutaway B+ is simply the natural evolutionary advance that allows improvements in their experience and dedication to building quality compact (previously limited) spaces for 1 or 2 persons in diminutive streamlintd vehicles
burlmart 11/02/16 01:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

Is this a B+ ? http://columbus.craigslist.org/rvs/5847614790.html 77 Rockwood dodge CustomizedAs you might have already known, there is not a RVIA Class B+. The B+ is a marketing trick to make you think you are buying a small Class B motorhome with a few more inches of room all around. The RVIA still only has 3 classes. Class A - a motorhome built on a truck chassis with no standard cab. Class B - a motorhome built entirely within the walls of a van. Class C - a motorhome built on a van chassis, but nothing from the factory behind the front seats except frame and rear differential. So....this would be a Class C meaning it left the Dodge factory as driveable, but no restricted space behind the front seats. See - http://www.rvia.org/? esid=types *added link to RVIA gene, go read the side of your trail lite to discover what you own no trickery involved in B+ terminology. many of us here and elsewhere on forums have clearly demarcated the salient distinctions of B+ w/r C. i think ron dittmer recently put it all in a neat perspective when opining that B+s are motorhomes designed for couples.
burlmart 11/01/16 03:27am Class C Motorhomes
RE: List of repairs from day one for my Class C

I guess we are the exception... fantastic, and very encouraging.
burlmart 10/26/16 06:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: List of repairs from day one for my Class C

Ford put a twist in the fuel fill hose when they built the chassis. Nexus pulled it, reinstalled properly and even ran 5 gallons of gas through it to be sure they had solved the problem. When I asked for the bill I was told "No charge, we should have caught it when we built the coach". Now considering I bought used, not from them and that the coach was 18 months out of warranty I was more than a little amazed. that is really something to brag about - good on Nexus! so rare to find such pride in one's work these days.
burlmart 10/21/16 01:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: List of repairs from day one for my Class C

having read so many new MH poor quality and malfunction issues, kinda seems you got off easy, snowman :)
burlmart 10/19/16 10:40pm Class C Motorhomes
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