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RE: Tile exploded

Ours is in two also still works. Now dont have to worry about breaking it.
copeland343 05/08/15 07:32am General RVing Issues
RE: No city water

Had same thing last week check washer screen in the water intake connection on the RV. Ours had some stuff clogging it.
copeland343 04/24/15 05:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Reese Goosebox and Lippert Frame Failure Report

The Mad Norksy I do understand the warranty and what is and not covered. I was was only stating what I believe to be true. You still have to decide for your self what hitch to use there is good and bad in all designs. The following is from a travel trailer warranty statement. Damage or loss caused in whole or in part by the unauthorized attachments, modifications or alterations to the structure, body, or frame of the recreational vehicle including but not limited to trailer hitches for towing, or platforms for supporting cargo;
copeland343 04/24/15 03:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Reese Goosebox and Lippert Frame Failure Report

Mile High The goose-neck adapter I have connects like a fifth wheel hitch and it has a plate like a fifth wheel hitch. My Fifth Wheel hitch if I pull the pivot pin and raise rise the trailer I have a 8 inch long fifth wheel adapter connected to the trailer. I have a full tilt head. I do not do that to disconnect from trailer. The way my both hitches connect at the pin box is the same the pin slide into hitch from the rear and is held in by a jaw no movement there, they both have a lever effect on the trailer. The fifth wheel is 8 inches down and the goose-neck is 12 inches down is all i am saying. I know you will not agree that is just the way I see it.
copeland343 04/24/15 02:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Reese Goosebox and Lippert Frame Failure Report

I have towed fifth wheels with both a goose-neck adapter and a full tilt fifth wheel hitch and old style fifth wheel. The following is what I have seen. The goose-neck moves the pivot point down about 12 inches. The full tilting (fore/aft and side/side)fifth wheel hitch moves the pivot point down about 8 inches (tilt pin located 8 inches down). A old style fifth wheel moves the pivot point fore/aft down about 4 inches and side/side down to the axles (no side/side on old style). My opinion only about 4 inches between goose-neck and full tilt hitches I do not see a problem here. No I am not a engineer just years and many miles of towing. Now let the hate begin.
copeland343 04/24/15 08:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dish Tailgater on a TC - looking for custom mount ideas

The handle points north because the dish does not rotate 360*. It stops before the handle, if it did not all the wiring would get pulled out.
copeland343 04/22/15 09:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Missing Trim

I do not think you lost any trim. But that it has shrunk do to age and the sun on the vinyl. Looking at the trim about a inch up it looks like it was behind the bottom trim cover at one time. For example I have washed ours and a few days later I have had the trim do that, nothing do to washing I just knew it was there a few days before and now its shorter. Any RV store should have what you need.
copeland343 04/19/15 09:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mold order problem

Like everyone else has said. If you smell mold you have mold. Open up the walls and dry it out.
copeland343 04/09/15 10:24am Travel Trailers
RE: Plug Adapter

Walmart has them in pucks and dogbones I have one of each.
copeland343 03/25/15 12:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Separate garage?

We have open garage 13 ft. Plus kitchen area. Very open.
copeland343 03/25/15 07:49am Toy Haulers
RE: Onan muffler spring squeak?

Sounds like a bad muffler bearing. Sorry couldn't help myself. Maybe look at the muffler to generator connection that might be loose
copeland343 03/10/15 03:24pm Tech Issues
RE: 89 Mallard RV starting to lurch at standstill.

You might clean throttle body and check the idle control valve
copeland343 03/10/15 09:09am Tech Issues
RE: Your Must Have Spices When RVing?

Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning. It has to be a Louisiana law that you always have some, if it isn't it should be it goes with everything.
copeland343 03/07/15 06:10pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: So, just how "hazardous" can a tank full of poo be?

Its been a long cold rain day. I just read 7 pages about dumping POO. The weather needs to change so I can go outside.
copeland343 03/02/15 12:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anything stolen from locked compartments.

Only thing not taken by racoons was a laundry basket, it was taken while washing clothes. Everything else was racoons getting into our things. We did find out racoons get real mad when you lock them out and they let us know it. Damage to locked ice chest and storage door (caught in the act).
copeland343 02/26/15 06:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Difficult to read "Message" before Posting

I have the same problem thought it was my computer glad it is not just on mine
copeland343 02/26/15 11:06am Forum Technical Support
RE: Sams Club?

Something to think about. If you have a Sam's Club Membership how can they not allow you to be on the lot?
copeland343 02/25/15 09:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: OK on two wheels out of four?

Static load on axle and tires no problem. Static load axles and tires can support a lot of weight. Dynamic load (moving) problem. Changing your tires like you suggested is not a problem. And enjoy you trips.
copeland343 02/24/15 06:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need advice for a ruined roof

I have seen a lot of new trailers with loose membranes. You can use a small mop to spread the liquid roof, it helps with the reach you need.
copeland343 01/21/15 07:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Has anyone used a 15" spare after 16" conversion?

No problem I have a 14" spare with 15" wheels on my flat bed trailer. The 14s came off another trailer. I look at it like using a doughnut tire on a car. Its a spare to get you out of trouble not to stay on permanently. Don't worry enjoy your trips.
copeland343 01/16/15 06:32pm General RVing Issues
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