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RE: Help! Worst service ever at this location

I see that the camping world moderators have been busy deleting posts out if this thread. Why is that, camping world? Really..You have to ask why..????:h:S http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhetorical_question
cKarlGo 07/31/14 12:34pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Help! Worst service ever at this location

I see that the camping world moderators have been busy deleting posts out if this thread. Why is that, camping world?
cKarlGo 07/31/14 11:45am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: CW Nashville Serv breaks toilet & we pay for it

Another fine customer service experience provided by our friends at camping world!
cKarlGo 07/30/14 08:31am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: A little disappointed with GS for the first time

"Sorry, but we're too busy cashing your check to help you right now. Call back in a week."
cKarlGo 07/30/14 08:27am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Buying DEF - where?

When I was motorhome shopping, I noticed that the Thor diesels all had the tank on the passenger side and found that to be very odd.
cKarlGo 07/29/14 09:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying DEF - where?

You can get DEF at the pump at Pilot locations. Much easier and, IIRC, cheaper than buying it in containers.
cKarlGo 07/29/14 09:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: a follow up to "service disaster at Coburg Camping World"

You mean like maybe an honest business that honors their appointments and fixes their screw ups? Bang the drum Bob. You're responding to a cry for attention. There's a gaggle of camping world shills here that only respond to posts critical of camping world and nothing else. Ignored long enough, they tend to disappear. YMMV.
cKarlGo 07/28/14 03:52pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: NEW RV RESORT IN SOUT CAROLINA

Looks like a VERY nice place. Not sure where anyone got any "SNOB" ideas? Not sure why a TT camper is even replying on a post in the class A forum, especially since it's non technical and obviously just doesn't apply. I love all "campers" without a doubt. But certainly don't need to get my panties in a wad over things such as this. If an American businessman chooses to limit their customers in this way (and I do NOT agree with this) it is his right. It does look like a very nice place. It also looks like the owners are looking to sell permanent lots to people traveling in class A motorhomes... Again, their right to do that, why get negative, just don't go their! Class A only campgrounds are rare on the East coast, but I was under the impression that there were a number of them along the west coast. ISTR a story in one of the motorhome or camping rags about someone with a high-end class C being turned away from one in either CA or NV. Are there any other examples of A-only resorts east of the Mississippi River?
cKarlGo 07/28/14 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2014 Honda CRV Toad... Totally Almost Confused...

I just bought a CR-V as a toad. The process is plainly spelled out in the owner's manual. If you have a nav system, then you need to pull fuse 19. To avoid pulling the fuse repeatedly, I ordered an aftermarket switch to install which allows me to power off the nav system.
cKarlGo 07/28/14 02:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: a follow up to "service disaster at Coburg Camping World"

There is nothing shocking about this. This is SOP at all Camping World locations.
cKarlGo 07/28/14 02:23pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Camping world lying? Outrageous response Las vegas

pass the popcorn, here come the cheerleaders Jim Lol ya the camping world police is out in force. You better get a x-large bag. Yep, you can spot the ones who think Marcus walks on water, vs the ones who have actually had to deal with the losers and know the truth. Pavlov's dog and Marcus' shills. Two different implementations of the same theory.
cKarlGo 07/28/14 02:19pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: GS Roadside Unassistance!

Sounds like SOP at GSRA to me.
cKarlGo 07/23/14 07:06am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Thin air mattress

We used to use Thermorest self-inflating mattresses when tent camping. They are the absolute best thin air mattresses. Thermorest also sells straps that join the singles into doubles, we used the straps. I'll take a look at them. Thank you!
cKarlGo 07/19/14 02:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thin air mattress

Excellent suggestions, thank you! Camp Mor got me close. In fact, they had the very Coleman one I referenced, but only in a queen size, which is (annoyingly) about 3 inches too wide to fit. They have tons of sleeping pads the correct thickness, but that are only a single width. I think I might wander over to REI this evening and see what they have in stock. How about buying two of the single width mattresses? Some of the ones meant for a sleeping bag are pretty narrow. I had wanted to find something that I could put a mattress pad and sheet over. The sofa is leather (or leatherish) and is a rather hot surface to sleep on without something covering it. I may go ahead and put in an order for the one on Amazon in hopes that they can dig one up for me. It doesn't look as if I have many other options, sadly.
cKarlGo 07/18/14 07:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Northwood Manufacturing's Defective Trailer

This is the second rant post this week about a damaged RV and the other owner decided to do nothing about it but wring hands. I'm posting to find out if this will be a one-and-out or if the owner will take some action. I dunno dude...do you practice being this way, or does it come naturally? The poster you are referring to, brought her story, explained it as best she could, and ultimately, proved a bunch of you to be the fools you are, coming back with the news that her insurance company, Mutual of Omaha, totaled her 5th, due to a manufacturers design issue. People come on here, in the naivete thinking that posting their problem will get them maybe an answer, maybe some guidance...something, anything, that might help. Instead they get slammed by people that have nothing else better to do than play whacker-mole with them. Gary Haupt I nominate Gary for poster of the week. :C Seconded. There are a number of posters here who contribute nothing but personal attacks on other posters. They are best remanded to the bit bucket, since they contribute nothing whatsoever.
cKarlGo 07/17/14 01:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: VIAIR air compressors?

Timely post. Thank you. It never occured to me that my aged Walmart compressor that I've been using on 5ers and TTs would probably fall over and die with the new coach. Something else to add to the shopping list!
cKarlGo 07/17/14 01:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thin air mattress

Excellent suggestions, thank you! Camp Mor got me close. In fact, they had the very Coleman one I referenced, but only in a queen size, which is (annoyingly) about 3 inches too wide to fit. They have tons of sleeping pads the correct thickness, but that are only a single width. I think I might wander over to REI this evening and see what they have in stock.
cKarlGo 07/17/14 12:27pm General RVing Issues
Thin air mattress

I've been looking about for a thin air mattress, about 4-5" thick without much luck. My coach sofa folds down and is padded, but is uncomfortable and lumpy because of the seams in the cushions. I was looking for something that could be folded to take up very little space between uses, thus a mattress topper or some such is not an option. Does anyone have any suggestions? The one fairly thin one that I found on Amazon says 1-2 months shipping time, which doesn't sound very promising. Nobody else seems to have that exact model. Thanks!
cKarlGo 07/17/14 11:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Washer drains to black tank

On the brighter side, if you wash clothes frequently that should solve the problem of keeping your black tank clean. Exactly! For a full timer, this may well be an issue. For me, it works out nicely. I usually do a load, even on weekend trips because I have "house clothes" and "camper clothes" so I don't have to pack anything other than meds, laptop, kindle and chargers.
cKarlGo 07/17/14 09:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Washer drains to black tank

Winnebago did confirm that this was by design. I was just curious about how common a setup it is. For my uses, it's actually not a bad thing. I camp mostly weekends or a week or so at a time right now, so getting extra water into the black works out well for me. I generally always have a site with sewer hookups, so having to dump mid trip isn't a huge issue.
cKarlGo 07/17/14 09:13am Class A Motorhomes
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