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RE: New Aliner Expedition - Woohoo

gbopp 02/08/16 04:05am Folding Trailers
RE: I upgraded to a 2015 Silverado 2500 HD Diesel!

It's been raining so no great pictures yet. I think it's a great picture. Congrats.
gbopp 02/08/16 03:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Switching trucks for a trip?

Make sure you return your dad's truck, after your trip, clean and with a ful tank of fuel. :)
gbopp 02/07/16 07:32pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Quad

New toys are always nice..:C
gbopp 02/07/16 02:39pm Truck Campers
RE: Returning Phone Messages

There is nothing more frustrating than a long message with a garbled up phone number at the very end. You have to go through all of it again, hoping to catch it on the second try. When someone does that to me, their message gets deleted immediately. If they call back I'll explain what happened. I don't waste my time trying to figure out what they're saying. If I leave someone a message I give my name/number at the beginning and end of a very short message.
gbopp 02/07/16 11:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Bath and a half dump station?

When you're hooking up and flushing the black tank is it clean and orderly if done correctly or is it a dirty job under the best of circumstances? I've read that this is the worst part of camping! If you're careful it can be clean and orderly. It's not the best part of camping, it's just part of camping. After you do it a few times you will learn how to do it as neatly as possible. I'd rather dump my holding tanks than fill the gas tank. So no, it's not the worst part of camping. :) Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 02/07/16 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fresh water

If you're going 150 miles, you will probably not use any water while traveling. I would fill it at home. You know the quality of the water. And, the weight won't make any real difference in your MPG. I fill the water tank on our 96 Southwind before we travel. I've never had any problems with the weight. And it's nice to have water while traveling.
gbopp 02/07/16 08:37am Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie moving off trawler to motorhome.

Welcome to the forum. I have never lived on a Trawler, it was one of my goals but, life got in the way. I'm sure you will love the RV lifestyle. Some do name their RV's. Ask lots of questions on the forum, there is a lot of information and experience available. Just ask. :) Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 02/07/16 08:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cheap replacement for awning catch springs?

Clicky Go to a hardware store and see if they have anything similar or, something you could make work.
gbopp 02/07/16 05:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Spring is here

That's not my ideal sign of spring but, I'll be happy when it is warm enough for them to start slithering in our area.
gbopp 02/06/16 07:51pm Truck Campers
RE: I'm yearning to get behind the wheel again.

I agree. A road trip is a journey, not a destination. :) I enjoy the traveling.
gbopp 02/06/16 02:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery maintainer

If you have access to 120 volts, these work great. Battery Tender Jr. Amp-L-Start & Trik-L-Start Or, if you want to go cheap, many have good results with the Harbor Freight Float Charger.
gbopp 02/06/16 02:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Favorite RV Dealer in CA or is there such a thing?

Did you check RV Service Reviews?
gbopp 02/06/16 02:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Grey tank odor?

And, they're not all black. It could be a white Air Admittance Valve.
gbopp 02/06/16 01:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Gasoline Prices

Coming come, I couldn't find a gas station anywhere that did not have a line (at the very least), 1/4 mile long. . That's why I usually fill my tank when it reaches 3/4. I never let it go below 1/2. You just never know when you will need to go somewhere quickly. That's the rule for my car, truck and Southwind.
gbopp 02/06/16 10:23am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Cleaning snow from the roof in below freezing weather

Two weeks ago I had 2 1/2 feet of snow on the roof of our 96 Southwind. No problem. Then it rained and made it heavier, still no problems. Don't worry about removing the snow, it's not worth getting hurt or damaging the RV.
gbopp 02/06/16 09:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How do companies that offer FREE cloud storage make money???

Maybe they write it of as advertising expenses? And yes, usually you can upgrade to larger storage, for a price.
gbopp 02/06/16 07:37am Technology Corner
RE: RAM passes FORD in HD sales.

Heh heh, gbopp, loved my little Fiat 500..trouble free for two years. Now I have the big brother, 2500 HD... Many years ago we owned a Fiat. It was a great car. I've owned vehicles from many manufacturers over the years. I buy what I like. (I'm just doing a little trolling on a quiet Saturday morning. :))
gbopp 02/06/16 07:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: RAM passes FORD in HD sales.

It's an individual choice. Apparently the buyers like Fiat more than Ford. :B :B
gbopp 02/06/16 07:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: Dogs in 5th wheel towing

I understand some states actually allow people to ride in 5vers while traveling. Pennsylvania allows passengers in a fifth wheel but, there are some stipulations.There has to be a means of communication between the people riding in the 5ver and the driver in the truck. Yes, the fifth wheel must be equipped with safety glass and the communications system must be approved by the Department, PennDot.
gbopp 02/06/16 07:02am RV Pet Stop
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