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RE: Charleston, SC where to stay, what to do?

James Island is definitely my first choice. Oak Plantation is nice but it's not nearly as good as JI.
haddy1 05/23/16 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: WOOHOO!!! I did it!

Congrats on your achievement, but 50A is simple because it's the same as a newer range (1996 I think, NEC). It's the 30A that gets many people, including some electricians, in trouble. Just a "heads up" for the less informed.
haddy1 05/23/16 12:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Cummins Onan Generator oil

After countless hours of searching, I could not find the the oil specs recommended for the rv generator. I finally broke down and went to my local Cummins center, and bought the factory Onamax 15w-40. I say broke down, but honestly at $5.50/quart, i cant think of a reason to use anything else. But for anyone else looking for the specs, here they are: API Certifications - CJ-4, CI-4, CI-4 PLUS, CH-4, CG-4, OF-4, OF/SL As I said, 15w-40 is what they said to use, which is part #326-5336 for a quart. A quick search of my standard go-to Mobil 1, showed it did not meet all the same specs. FYI- hope this helps. FWIW, the specs that you list are diesel oil specs. Mobil 1 is for gas engines.
haddy1 05/11/16 07:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Northern California

Big Sur shouldn't be a problem, but don't even think about Hwy 1 in Marin County.
haddy1 04/18/16 05:13pm Roads and Routes
RE: Have you ever have this happen to you??

The photo looks like the back row at Dockwielers(sp). Probably an Aussie in a rental unit that's having a problem driving on the right.
haddy1 04/18/16 05:10pm Beginning RVing
RE: Center of gravity?

Is it going to cause any problems if the camper center of gravity is 4 to 6 inches in front of the rear axle? If that location provides adequate tongue weight, you should be fine.
haddy1 03/01/16 03:09pm Truck Campers
RE: Campgrounds in Missouri

Look into KC East KOA. Very nice spot to land. X2. Very large dog runs too.
haddy1 02/18/16 02:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campgrounds in Missouri

The city of St. Peters has a fairly new city owned campground that looks nice. Babler is also nice, but very popular during the summer.
haddy1 02/17/16 10:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anti-Sway bar for Freightliner XC-chassis

There are several things that you can do to improve handling, but a sway bar is not one of them. 1. Verify ride height is correct. 2. Verify correct tire pressure. 3. Verify that the bellcrank is not binding or has excessive wear. 4. Adjust the steering box for proper tightness. 5. Add restrictors in the lines to the air bags to reduce the Walmart roll. 6. Install a steering stabilizer like the SafeTPlus. I'm guessing that your 35 ft. coach has a 208 inch wheelbase and there is only so much that you can do, but all of the above should help.
haddy1 02/06/16 05:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: First time owner-Black water tank clogged....help!

A flushing wand has been standard equpt. on my RV's for over 30 years. I made mine but improved it by adding the head of a toilet plunger to prevent "backsplash". I insert the wand until it hits the tank bottom. Then slide the rubber down to the bowl before turning on the water.
haddy1 01/28/16 06:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Heading out West again for 2016

UPS semis run it every day that weather permits.
haddy1 01/09/16 01:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need OTA DVR advice

The Magnavox (made by Funai) have worked great for me in two different motorhomes. ATSC/QAM tuners work for OTA and cable (digital and analog) as well.
haddy1 01/08/16 03:57pm Technology Corner
RE: Winterizing Residentail Refer Question ??

Thanks-- when I get back to the storage lot, I'll check out the V&L holes Some ice makers have the VL holes in the cover, but they don't have the contacts behind the holes. My Kitchen Aid is made that way.
haddy1 01/08/16 12:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Winterizing Residentail Refer Question ??

Have you verified that the bypass device is installed correctly? It's easy to not turn it far enough and after installing, it might take as long as a minute for water to appear.
haddy1 01/07/16 10:17am Tech Issues
RE: PDI Charge on a New RV Question

Your bottom line is yours. How they get there is their problem. Every time that I shop for a vehicle, I only accept their out the door cost for comparison.
haddy1 01/04/16 11:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Time to suck it up-the user is the problem

You were right. Obviously there was a problem at the factory and THEY switch the connections. Glad you found their mistake. :B It's happened more times than you might think.
haddy1 01/04/16 02:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Unusual Event with our Television

Rangerider has the only correct answer. You are only receiving the channels that were locked in the last time that you scanned. OTA or cable (analog or digital) doesn't matter.
haddy1 12/14/15 01:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winter + Mountains + I-40 = Newbie questions

Generally speaking, winter weather in the southwest is not that bad and storms tend to "move on" rather quickly. Albuquerque has 280 days of sunshine each year, Gallup 279, and Flagstaff 266. Daytime temps at all three are normally above freezing. Just keep an eye on the weather and adjust your route accordingly.
haddy1 12/12/15 11:29am Roads and Routes
RE: How to liquefy pills...?

Have you tried Pill Pockets?
haddy1 12/08/15 04:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Concern on RV service from Camping World

I have had 3 bad experiences with 3 different CW service departments and I can assure you that it will be an extreme emergency before they will ever have a chance to touch my coach again. Perhaps it was best summed up by the tech who was trying to resolve one of my issues when he told me, "Don't confuse the size of our sign with the quality of our work".
haddy1 12/04/15 10:25am Camping World Service and Installation
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