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RE: aluminum deck & steps

When my steps are folded up it fits in the back of the truck between the hitch and tailgate. Dont take up much room at all. It folds down to about a foot and a half high by the width of the steps.
jody h 07/21/15 06:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: steps & deck

We bought a set of these. Best money we have spent.
jody h 07/19/15 10:00am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Broken window

I broke mine changing the pastic part that holds the glass. It was not temper glass but it was frosted. Went to hobby lobby and had them cut me a peace of reg glass to put back.
jody h 07/09/15 06:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone using the port-a-deck steps?

Best money we ever spent. We have had ours a little over a year. Can put up in about two min and take down in about two min,
jody h 07/06/15 07:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Airbag Recall

I got one a few months ago and another one last week. Guess i need to call and see if they can take it in.
jody h 07/01/15 07:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Awning Replacement

I did mine by myself it took about a hour. Not as hard as you think.
jody h 06/10/15 07:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sleep Revolution 8" Sport Memory Foam Mattress

We bought this one last year and can say its better then the one in our house best move on our part.
jody h 06/02/15 08:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Are Toyo Open Country HT Good Tires

I bought a set for my truck 2 1/2 years ago have about 33000 miles on the they are holding up good. Been very happy with them . The Michelin LT's that came with the truck was worn out at 63000 miles and had sidewall cracks on all 4.
jody h 05/27/15 04:04pm Tow Vehicles
RE: FCA Woos Potential Buyers

I personally, really do feel sorry for the buyers of their vehicles as their resale values will drop like a rock just as they have so many times in the past and most owners can't afford the losses at all. Really? Well I was just curious as to what the resale value of my truck is compared to a Chevy. I built the exact same truck as mine sets now in a Chevy version on Kelly blue book. Same miles same area everything to the tee. Ram $31762 Chevy $28915 Oh I couldn't add the Jacobs exhaust brake to either truck. Just to top it off, I bet the Ram was cheaper on original sale to boot. You compared the Dodge crew cab to the Chevy extended cab. Dodge didnt have a crew cab in 2006. Only the QC which is a extended cab.
jody h 04/18/15 12:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Entry Hand rails

I bought a set of these Cant be more happy with them. Best money ihave spent. These are nice steps but with a 2yr old I think that he might be looking for a hand rail closer to the step. Don The reason i posted this is because the rise on the steps are less. Plus you can talk with the guy who makes them and he might be able to add a hand rail lower to where you have one and the kid could have one.
jody h 02/26/15 08:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Entry Hand rails

I bought a set of these Cant be more happy with them. Best money ihave spent.
jody h 02/25/15 07:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2004-2007 Dodge trucks added to airbag recall

Got my notice Monday.
jody h 12/26/14 04:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Long or short bed for 5th wheel towing?

I have pulled both of my 5ers with short beds. The truck i have now is a mega cab. Unless you want to make a 90 deg turn you will not have a problem. At least i haven't had any problems with it.
jody h 10/11/14 09:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Door sticker says never exceed 1263 lbs of cargo/passengers.

I figure I'm overloaded by 250 lbs. I guess I could make the wife and the dogs ride in the trailer (joke). I've been looking at new trailers. Instead I need to be looking at a new TV. What got me researching my own TV ratings was watching my buddy buy heavier and heavier 5th wheel RV's without changing his TV. Two trailers ago he installed an additional leaf spring to "take out the sag of the truck bed". Then he bought another trailer 3 months ago and said he needed another leak spring! That got us in an argument about him being overloaded. He said he checked the numbers and he was still in range. I told him I didn't check the numbers on his TV but I could still tell he was overloaded just using common sense. The 5th he has now has a dry hitch weight of 1428 lbs. He has a 2004 Nisan Titan 4X4 (half ton). That's just plain nutz. Sounds like he is probably dangerously overloaded, heaven forbid he was to be involved in, or be the cause of an accident, he could be looking as some serious criminal charges for something like that. Not to mention insurance companies will not usually pay out on any claims if you are past weight limits of the vehicle. He could add leaf springs till hes blue in the face, it would never change manufacturers ratings of the vehicle, which is all a crime scene or insurance investigator will care about, they may use it against him saying "he KNEW he was overloaded, why else would he add more springs". Boy people don't know what they are talking about. Your insurance co will pay they don't say we aren't going to pay because your weight was over. Thats the stupidest thing i have ever heard. Its like being drunk and getting in a wreak your insurance will pay.
jody h 08/27/14 03:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New F350, Dually, Black and Gold stolen last night !

Get a dually. They don't like the duallys. Ken Better yet get a Ram Dually witha manual transmission! They would really dislike that! Actually they probably would like the RAM. They are just taking it back home from where it originated. They are just taken the ford back to where the motor was made. Ford’s Engine Plant II in Chihuahua, Mexico
jody h 08/24/14 10:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: First service Eco Diesel

I found this about oil filters. Now dont know how old it is or if the same manufacturers still make the filters for the same OEM. But there are only a few company's that make filters. There are just a few major oil filter manufacturers. Champion Labs makes OEM Motorcraft, OEM GM on some applications, AC, Valvoline, AutoZone and the Mobil 1 filter. Purolator makes the aftermarket MotorCraft, Group 7 and Mopar. Wix makes NAPA and CarQuest. And of course there is Fram. All oil filter manufacturers make filters for the various private brand guys. Examples of filters made by others would include STP, Lee, Valvoline, Quaker State, Shell, Mobil 1, Bosch and Mopar. Champion Labs makes over 100 private label filters and more than a few original equipment (OEM) oil filters.
jody h 08/18/14 06:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2014 Ultimate 1 Ton Challenge results

What i like GM and Ford throw there BEST and NEWEST trucks in there and Ram still takes 2nd with a old 2014.
jody h 08/18/14 04:32pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 1500 towing a 5th Wheel

Hi Water Bug... I again totally agree that my 2006 Mega Cab had an 8 bolt pattern and that it was built on a 2500 chassis. But... You need to take your 2500 axle argument up with Dodge, as both I and the RV dealer did go directly to the manufacturer who assured us that the axle rating was used to designate the vehicle as a 1500 series and not a 2500 series. You can get the Mega Cab in a 2500 series, which I suspect would have the larger capacity axles.(this I did not research and do not know as being factually) PS: There is a similar argument to be made with the Ford F250 Super Duty single rear wheel and its big brother the F350 single rear wheel in that they have very similar components but the manufacturer rating are different. All Dodge did was take a 2500 extended cab long bed Hemi and put a short bed on it then made the cab bigger. The 1500 MC and the 2500 MC Hemi both have a AAM 10.50 rear axle and the 2500 with the Cummins has the 11.50.
jody h 08/17/14 09:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ram Eco-Diesel vs F150 2.7 TT - Davis Dam

To me, the biggest benefit I see with the Eco-Diesel is the towing fuel economy, which from all accounts I've heard, is tremendous. *** But getting 15+ mpg while towing 7,000 lbs is something that I could get on board with. I'm skeptical of 15+ mpg towing a travel trailer in the real world. Other, lower profile trailers, sure (I can get 15 mpg in my Ecoboost towing a cargo trailer that sits a tad lower than the top of my F150, for example), but a high profile brick? The physics just don't make sense to me. But if we start seeing consistent reports of that kind of fuel economy from the ED, well, that would be a huge breakthrough. I'd give up 40 seconds up the hill to gain 5-6 mpg! Good luck passing and merging with 240hp, whether you care about races up hills of whatever. And no amount of excuse making makes slow passing, sometimes while going uphill, or into a wind a good thing. I do think the ED is the ultimate angler-mobile. A great alternative for efficient boat towing. Never had any problem merging or passing with less HP pulling a GN with 17000# with a 86 Ford 350. Boy some of you here think you just have to have all the HP in the world to get the job done. When in fact not more then 20 Years ago it was getting done with less.
jody h 08/05/14 06:31pm Tow Vehicles
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