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RE: New to the site, new to "real" TT's!

Welcome to the forum. Congrats on your new TT. Your old unit was a neat rig. Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 03/31/15 06:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hwy 80 from Idaho to east coast?

When traveling in Pennsylvania, Assume, there will be road repair/construction. You are usually not disappointed. You can check 511PA when you get closer to Penna. for road conditions. Personally, I will go out of my way to avoid the Chicago area, unless there is something you want to see. The traffic can get miserable. Dropping down to I-70 as 4runnerguy mentioned, would be a good choice. Whatever route you take, enjoy the trip.
gbopp 03/31/15 07:46am Roads and Routes
RE: Pre-fill water in blackwater tank?

Some use The Geo Method to help keep their tank clean. Sometimes I use the Geo Method. And sometimes after dumping the tanks I'll just put in a couple gallons of water and a cup of lemon dish detergent. When I store my RV for the winter I drain the tanks and pour a gallon of RV antifreeze in each one to keep the valve O rings from drying out. I don't know if it helps or not, but it makes me feel better. :)
gbopp 03/31/15 06:58am Beginning RVing
RE: Water Filter Replacement O Rings

Did you try a hardware store? Our local store has a large selection of O rings. They have a better selection than the Tractor Supply store.
gbopp 03/31/15 06:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: weep holes

Maybe option would be use tape or something easily removed to cover the holes. See if it makes a difference on the bug intrusion. It's probably not where they are getting in but, it will make your DW happy, and that's the important thing. :)
gbopp 03/30/15 03:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: Check This One Out!!

It is cool, I'd like to see the finished product. I don't see,any headlights?
gbopp 03/29/15 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Small crack from window

I have a crack on the side coming from window about 1.5 inches can I repair it myself. I'm only interested in stopping water from getting inside wall. Super glue etc. I'm not clear on your question. Is a side window cracked, is the side of the RV cracked or is the windshield cracked?
gbopp 03/29/15 04:34pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mysterious skylight in Cruiser s195wbs

Maybe they cut a hole in the roof by mistake for a vent, and then fixed it by installing a skylight? Wouldn't Quality Control have noticed that? :B
gbopp 03/29/15 07:50am Travel Trailers
RE: FYI Repairs

No, you're not the only ones that had that many repairs. :( It's part of RVing. They bounce and shake while going down the road. Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 03/29/15 07:16am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Road side assistance, 2 thumbs up...

Thanks for sharing a Good experience.
gbopp 03/28/15 07:57pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Is a former rental motorhome with 150K miles a good buy?

Welcome to the forum. Don't be in a hurry to buy an RV. There are plenty for sale, take your time and look at everything available. And, ask questions on the forum, there is a lot of info available. I would not buy a rental with that many miles. Someone once posted a question: What is the difference between an ATV and a rental motorhome? ANSWER: The rental motorhome can go anywhere. I would keep looking.
gbopp 03/28/15 06:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: El Vaqueton

Red Max Pro and BKF will have it shining in no time. Throw on a set of tires and you're good to go. :)
gbopp 03/28/15 06:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: how to decide on buying a trailer - the dream vs reality

Instead of buying new,start shopping for a used trailer. Let someone else take the depreciation hit. Start looking for a 5,000 dollar trailer and pay cash for it. Same for a tow vehicle. Forget a big truck. Full sized vans offer a lot for the dollar. They also make great towing vehicles. You could them with prudent shopping keep your investment to under 20K. X2. There are a lot of good used TT's available at a decent price. Do your homework, you can find your dream.
gbopp 03/28/15 05:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: Just wondering - RV.net - the Spam?

I wonder why they're doing it? No one reads the junk?
gbopp 03/28/15 02:45pm Forum Technical Support
RE: signed for our first FW today

Nice! Congrats. Can you camp in your yard/driveway to try it out?
gbopp 03/28/15 02:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Alaska to Oregon: first trip with our new rig!

Congrats on your Adventurer. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 03/28/15 01:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Winnebago expanding

That seems like a good sign for the economy. :)
gbopp 03/28/15 10:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Here are some campers you have probably never seen

Interesting campers. Thanks for sharing. I like the one that floats.
gbopp 03/28/15 10:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Tragedy leads to no camping at Cottonwood, AZ Walmart

That sucks. There's a pretty big difference between 9 derelicts living in a Suburban and abusing the store's facilities and someone rolling up in a MH for a night. But, unfortunately this will cause WalMart and towns to crack down. My local WalMart has "No Overnight Parking" signs all over the lot, but trucks and MHs stay there routinely. As long as there's no trouble, the police look the other way. X2. That crew would have caused problems anywhere they 'camped.'
gbopp 03/28/15 10:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Why do we carry a spare tire around?

To me, a spare is just another form of insurance. Hopefully I never need it but, it's nice to know I have it if needed. Our Southwind is equipped to carry a spare. The weight/fuel mileage has no real impact. I also travel with at least a half tank of water. I don't worry about the gas mileage. It's just an individual choice to carry a spare or not.
gbopp 03/28/15 08:29am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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