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RE: National Dolphin Dumping Question

If you can look at where the valve connects then the large pipe is black and the small pipe is grey
dalenoel 01/21/17 09:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV show blues

All of the shows we've attended are just like what you have experienced. You can add that most shows have mainly the largest dealer in the area. We go to the show in Detroit every year. The value of the show is seeing the new units, add on items that might be added to ours, and companionship of friends who go with us. The cost is, IMO, a savings from having to travel to each dealership or store to see and compare all the items we do see. We never go there to eat but go out with friends after. Sure, some of what we see is just repeats of other items there and what we saw the year before but still a good winter, it snows up here, outing. You'll find some shows only will be one or two dealers depending on the area. Sorry you were disappointed but what you experience is normal for most shows.
dalenoel 01/20/17 08:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mobile Alabama RV camping

We are in Montgomery right now and have reservations at 'All About Relaxing' which is rated very high, gated park, and only a couple years old. Have not been there yet but the comments and service on the phone are great.
dalenoel 01/14/17 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

Where did you get that from? Don't really remember as it was in there for 8 years. I'd look for them on Ebay, Amazon, or Walmart and see what fits. Lots of different stick on units. Ours had a removeable flashlight that sat in a cradle.
dalenoel 01/08/17 04:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where is my spare tire?

That tire mounted is above the 125 lb weight. Don't know how many of us would like to change one of them or carry one around all the time until we needed it. Road service and being in the US will get you a tire in short order. We have 255/70R22.5 tires on the Neptune
dalenoel 01/06/17 05:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

Our old TT had a corner sink and was very dark under there. A motion activated light under the sink when on whenever we opened the door. Went out shortly after being shut and the batteries lasted the entire season.
dalenoel 01/06/17 02:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Dometic Oasis Front Entry Awning

The slack on one end and not the other can also be due to the material not being centered in the upper track and matching roller track.
dalenoel 01/04/17 04:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Emergency Severe Weather Notifications

X2 for the weather app.
dalenoel 01/03/17 07:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Panel access ideas

Might even hold it in place with velcro.
dalenoel 12/30/16 02:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: If new to RV'g, what shows would you attend in 2017?

Since we most all have smart phones take photos of all the features you like and then the model/brand of that trailer. When we got our TT there were three units in MI we liked and spent 3 hours walking between the units without really remembering which one had which feature. The photos would have helped. Also go to as many shows as you can. Look for the ones with the most dealers so you get a variety of views of different manufacturers and quality levels. If there is a dealer in your area that has several brands make a time to just look. Assure yourself that you WILL NOT buy that day and have fun looking. Go with a list of features you need for your comfort. Don't forget plug placement for phones, laptops, etc. Go and have fun. We go to the MI show every year even tho have never bought there and just got our latest in Sept. We will be sure to go in Feb of 17
dalenoel 12/30/16 10:42am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: What happened to CATEngine RV Owenrs Club

Thanks for the question. I did find the Diesel RV Forum and alot of info http://www.catrvclub.org/
dalenoel 12/28/16 04:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for RV park west of Wash DC near train to city

Cherry Hill Park is the only one I know. Close to transportation right from the park. The cost might seem high but they have everything.
dalenoel 12/26/16 05:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Thank YOU, Professional Techs

So very true
dalenoel 12/26/16 11:28am Tech Issues
RE: How to coil up an extension or shore power cord!

My 50A cords are each in their own milk crate. They just coil in the crate and the connecting ends are in the middle of the coil. Both crates then just stack in the Elect. Bay.
dalenoel 12/25/16 01:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2001 Monaco Dynasty step wiring

Got a diagram for the 03 Neptune. PM me an email and I'll sent it.
dalenoel 12/25/16 12:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: West Coast Michigan vacation! We're pumped!

Great plans and some good parks. At sleeping Bear be sure to go up the peninsula and go to Fish Town. Little scenic city in wine country. Traverse City on the way to Petoskey will also be good. While there be sure to visit Charlevoix and the Mushroom Houses in town. Castle on the south side of the lake from the old Sears fortune is also good to visit. Enjoy the time.
dalenoel 12/24/16 08:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fancy Gap

“I’ve heard Fancy Gap is a good hill,” says Dubonnette, referring to a 7-mile, 7 percent grade on I-77 in Virginia just past the North Carolina state line. Uphill, Fancy Gap is a strain. Downhill it’s long, steep and curvy, and the North Carolina scales are at the bottom. From another website. http://www.overdriveonline.com/killer-hills/
dalenoel 12/23/16 07:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tucson: DP up in flames

No photos Here is a link http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/story/34097774/multiple-agencies-respond-to-rv-fire-on-i-10
dalenoel 12/21/16 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2008 Monaco Dynasty Renaissance iV

Probably the first thing to do is go to Good Sam and get the Extended Service Plan until you know exactly what you now have. An annual cost of $1500 is cheap compared to a radiator of $6500 or CAC of $3500 or many other items. Next have service done with oil change, fuel filter changes, total chassis lube. Depending on if it is a DP you might want to join some of the forums for your chassis and others for your engine. Congratulations on your new purchase and welcome to one fast learning curve.
dalenoel 12/21/16 05:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Insurance Renewal

Had them when they were still in Michigan many years ago. Not with an RV though. They were alright then but have no idea since the left MI.
dalenoel 12/09/16 03:31pm Class A Motorhomes
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