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RE: Newbie needs purchase advise

The best advice I can give you is, do not give them any money or sign anything until any needed repairs are completed. And, everything is working properly. Don't buy anything with a promise they will fix it...
gbopp 02/19/17 11:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Why you should not leave your grey valve open - Sewer Rats

Thanks, now my DW will probably never use the RV toilet again. :E Why would your wife go to the driveway to use the toilet :B Because the OutHouse is in use. :M
gbopp 02/19/17 05:48am Tech Issues
RE: Why you should not leave your grey valve open - Sewer Rats

Well at last it wasn't a python. Or a Rattlesnake.
gbopp 02/19/17 04:31am Tech Issues
RE: Why you should not leave your grey valve open - Sewer Rats

Thanks, now my DW will probably never use the RV toilet again. :E
gbopp 02/19/17 04:28am Tech Issues
RE: Brand New to RVing

Welcome to the forum. For sealing leaks on the roof, use a product called Eternabond, it's a tape for seams and edges. And, Dicor Self Leveling Lap Sealant for flat surfaces. Check the age of the tires. RV tires usually age out before they wear out. Don't hesitate to ask questions on the forum. There is a lot of information and experience available. We'll help you spend your money. :)
gbopp 02/18/17 06:47pm Beginning RVing
RE: unintended consequences

Bottom line: if i knew then what I know now I would have just paid a lot more for larger dimensions for the 'pole barn' than I did. jefe If you had posted your plans on the forum, 99.9% of us would have told you to build it bigger. :B You can never have too much truck or garage.
gbopp 02/18/17 06:29pm Truck Campers
RE: Car Tow Dollies

Make sure your Tracker can be dolly towed before you buy a dolly.
gbopp 02/18/17 10:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TPO Roofs

It makes,me wonder, if they did a sloppy job on the roof, what did they do (or not do) that you can't see?
gbopp 02/18/17 10:44am Travel Trailers
RE: Opinions

Stealth camping at its finest. Yep, no one will notice the RV camping in an urban area. It's definitely a low profile setup. :E
gbopp 02/18/17 06:47am General RVing Issues
RE: purchasing getting closer

15 year old MH driven an average of 400 miles per month. Seems...unusual. I've always heard/read the average mileage on a RV is around 4500 miles a year. 400 miles a month does not seem unusual or excessive to me.
gbopp 02/18/17 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV dealer fire- Schoolcraft Michigan

Wow, their second disaster in 10 years. Fortunately, no one was injured. All fires are terrible.
gbopp 02/18/17 06:28am General RVing Issues
RE: What does 10 TRILLION gallons of water even equate to?

10 TRILLION gallons of water means someone can make a lot of beer. :)
gbopp 02/18/17 05:03am General RVing Issues
RE: How to accept payment for Travel Trailer

Go to the buyers bank to get paid and then go to your local DWV and the get the title transferred into there name. Now if it's an out of town buyer have them bring a certifed bank draft from there bank and take it to your bank and cash it. Now if you do all this you'll know your going to get screwed. Then why would the OP do it if he knows he's going to get screwed? :h
gbopp 02/17/17 01:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Horrendous smell and pink water coming out of FW tank

The pink stuff is RV ANTIFREEZE. It's not the type you put in your car radiator. And, welcome to the forum. :)
gbopp 02/17/17 12:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 13 mpg semi

Personally, I think the mpg results by a semi mfr are flawed as all the tests seem to be done on flat roads. Test them along I-81 thru VI, PA & NY. Hills out west. Headwinds and crosswinds. Then see what they claim. I agree, they are always going to optimize the test results. But, it's still better to get 13 MPG on a level road rather than 7 or 8. I'm still waiting for a 30 MPG Suburban or Expedition. :)
gbopp 02/17/17 04:57am Tow Vehicles
RE: i want one

Clicky It's interesting.
gbopp 02/17/17 04:45am Travel Trailers
RE: Coachnet cost

Was the $279 for 3 years? The Coach-Net website shows it is $249 for One year.
gbopp 02/16/17 12:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Coachnet not available in Maryland anymore:-(

Does that mean a Maryland resident just can't buy a Coach-Net policy? Or does it also mean anyone traveling through Maryland cannot use their Coach-Net if they need assistance while in Maryland?
gbopp 02/16/17 07:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is Ford going to be the SUV leader?

Kinda looks Suburbanish, X2. But there's only so much they can do with a box on wheels. :)
gbopp 02/16/17 04:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: Deal of the century

WOW! You haven't lived until you driven a MH with one of those old 413P engines. 4 MPG all day long. Richard It's not just about the MPG. It's about how cool you look while sucking up fuel. :C :C
gbopp 02/16/17 03:34am Class A Motorhomes
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