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RE: Awning leaking...

I don't know the brand of awning on your Brave but on my Zip Dee awnings with an aluminum wrap the aluminium wrap is fastened to the another aluminum extrusion, mounted on the coach, with a special fabric hinge. I understand the fabric hinge is about an inch wide and has a large bead on both sides of the hinge. Another way to describe it is that it looks the number 8 with a one inch piece of fabric between the two loops. If that fabric is torn....thats where the water is coming from. The fabric hinge is pricey. about $4 a foot. You might go to an awning shop. They may have the material and the know how on how to replace it. Happy trails,
cire 09/15/14 09:03pm Class A Motorhomes
Omnidirectional TV antenna verses rotor TV antenna

It's time for me to replace my 18 year old TV antenna that has a power rotor. It has served me fine including when we went digital. In looking into antennas to purchase Omnidirectional TV antennas are indeed common. Like most RVers I am rarely near a TV transmission tower and occasionally in a remote area. My antenna mount is 5 feet above the surface of my roof on a raiseable platform. An omnidirectional TV antenna is obviously easier to use. Is the reception of an omnidirectional antenna as good as an antenna with a rotor? I have the wiring in place to put in a rotor antenna. What would you choose? Eric currently in Yuma
cire 03/05/14 08:36am Technology Corner
RE: Best brand of recliner chairs

I bought a Lambright two years ago. The seating suspension stretched for us after one year. (I'm a 260# guy.) This causes you to sit lower in the chair. Last year I tightened the belts up. This year I had to do it again. A pain in the neck. I never had such problems with my Flexsteel. I liked the idea of buying from an Amishman but next time it will be some other brand.
cire 02/08/14 08:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Coach Net vs AAA. An Experience.

In 9 years of full timing I needed to be towed for the first time this past fall. Without dragging you through and explaining all the details in a few words: The Coach Net towing experience was as good as I could have hoped. ALL details went exactly as I expected and could have hoped for. Eric, currently in Q
cire 12/25/13 10:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Poll: How many years have your 6v batteries lasted?

Nine years on 6-Lifeline 4D AGM batteries. They need to be replaced now but since I only dry camp when I overnight at a rest area they are still holding up. I'm sure they would fail a condition test but in the last 12 months I have not did any serious dry camping. The cheap SOB that own's this coach won't replace them until he has to. I'm looking into the cost of AGMs' versus wet cells with a central watering system. I'll decide then when to let loose of $$$. Eric currently in Q (plugged in)
cire 12/23/13 02:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RVer selecting health insurance

After spending a LOT of time evaluating my options I discovered that Nevada does not offer a PPO plan that qualifies for a subsidy. (We qualify for a substantial subsidy.) Even the BCBS MultiState HMO does not work out. This is a much longer story because we feel we must have a PPO plan because we have Doctors in various states and we spend little time in NV. The ObamaCare plans in NV cover only NV locations except for emergencies in other states. Of course everything is more complicated than I am portraying here but you don't want to read 5 paragraphs on the details. Bottom line is I must move my domicile from NV to another state in order to get a PPO plan. Right now Texas looks like a likely candidate. I need more time to evaluate alternative states. Fortunately because changing domiciles is not real hard for us, we can do it. It just that we expect to spend a several hundred hours of work to transfer everything over.
cire 12/18/13 11:16pm General RVing Issues
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