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RE: First Time RV owner...need some advice please!

After you buy, I strongly recommend sealing the entire roof with Eternabond.
jspringator 08/18/16 09:48am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Will regular epoxy hold?

Looked at the Amazon reviews of the product. You are probably right.
jspringator 08/09/16 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will regular epoxy hold?

I think Liquid Nails LN201 will fit the bill. It is a polyurethane, so it is flexible. It fills gaps up to 1/4 an inch. It withstands temperatures up to 300 degrees. http://www.liquidnails.com/products/high-temperature-adhesive-LN201
jspringator 08/09/16 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 19 volt TV

Sorry, I have no knowledge of the power usage of the device. It does work, though.
jspringator 08/09/16 09:22am Technology Corner
RE: Kentucky where would you stop and why?

Lots of people go to Nolin Lake. It is pretty close to Mammoth Cave and has water and electric. http://parks.ky.gov/parks/recreationparks/nolin-lake/
jspringator 08/08/16 05:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will regular epoxy hold?

What about 3M 4000 or 3M 5200? 5200 may be a little too permanent.
jspringator 08/07/16 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will regular epoxy hold?

Vinyl tile that is a pretty good thickness. With shoes on it isn't uncomfortably hot.
jspringator 08/07/16 07:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will regular epoxy hold?

JB Weld has a high temp 500 degree. Many listed on the web up to 2300 degrees. Will JB Weld work as an adhesive between steel and the tile? If so, this would work well.
jspringator 08/07/16 11:23am Class A Motorhomes
Will regular epoxy hold?

The prior owner removed most of the carpet in my 27' Sightseer. He replaced it with thick tile that was secured with some sort of adhesive. The adhesive under the accelerator pedal must be over the exhaust manifold, because the adhesive melts after all day driving, and my foot pressure is causing the tiles to move. I've removed the affected tiles and cleaned them with lacquer thinner. I'll get to cleaning the floor later on today. My question is whether regular epoxy work for securing the tiles. I can't imagine the floor will get to 350 degrees, the upper temperature for epoxy, but I can't know for sure. What do you think?
jspringator 08/07/16 09:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wind push P-32; Sumo Springs or Super Springs?

UPDATE: My old tire gauge was off 5 pounds, so I thought I had 65 psi when I actually had 70. MH has always pulled to the right, even with a fresh alignment. I lowered the air pressure a few pounds on the left side. Now I can drive 65-70 with ease. I may lower the rear to 60 and see what that does, but the coach went from almost undrivable in the beginning to driving pretty well. 62 psi on the right and 57 on the left may be the ticket. It rides like there is too much air in the tires. That is supported by the scale result. Even at 60 psi I have a huge margin of error.
jspringator 08/07/16 08:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 19 volt TV

Got on Amazon and ordered a cigarette lighter plug 19 volt adapter. It had the wrong end on it, but contacted the seller and they sent me a selection of new ends. They simply pulled out of the end. I switched out the end. Works perfectly.
jspringator 08/07/16 08:03am Technology Corner
RE: Kentucky where would you stop and why?

I forgot about Shakertown. Well worth the trip if you have time. It is in Mercer County (Harrodsburg) and is best accessed by US 68. That will take you through a portion of the Ky river known as the Palisades. Unique and beautiful. Shakertown also serves lunch and dinner in a really cool old house. They have a boat that tours the Palisades for a charge. http://shakervillageky.org/ https://www.google.com/search?q=kentucky+river+palisades&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjRyvrHoZHOAhUHxoMKHdXzBEsQsAQIKw&biw=1600&bih=775&dpr=1
jspringator 07/26/16 07:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Kentucky where would you stop and why?

If you want a taste of the bourbon trail while staying in Lexington, I suggest Woodford Reserve outside Versailles as a stop. 2 others, Wild Turkey and 4 roses are in neighboring Lawrenceburg. I would get to Woodford Reserve via Old Frankfort Pike, a scenic byway. It won't take you there but will take you close. Google can get you the rest of the way. A good lunch spot on Old Frankfort Pike is Wallace's Station. It was featured on Diner's Drive ins and dives.
jspringator 07/26/16 05:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Kentucky where would you stop and why?

Taylorsville is a long way from the interstate. and not in horse country. The Horse Park is conveniently located to the interstate and is a great base to take a driving tour of area horse farms. Keeneland race track has a track kitchen that is open for breakfast. Get there early to watch the morning workouts. Try to get lunch at Windy Corner or Red State BBQ, both in the area.
jspringator 07/25/16 07:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Red River Gorge Scenic Byway (Kentucky)

I assume you mean the NADA tunnel-Sky Bridge loop. There are several park and ride (carpool) lots at Mountain Parkway exchanges in the area. It would probably be easier to park in one of these lots and take the toad. I'm not sure of the height of the NADA tunnel. It would probably work, but the roads are so narrow passing another car requires concentration. There are tight switchbacks and at least one one lane bridge.
jspringator 07/25/16 07:34pm Class A Motorhomes
Kwikee slide lubrication

Can I use dri-slide with hypo oiler to lube the metal channel where the plastic doughnut slides? I would let it dry for a day before retracting the slide. i
jspringator 07/02/16 06:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 19 volt TV

You mean there is a 12 to 19 volt adapter?
jspringator 04/12/16 06:27pm Technology Corner
19 volt TV

I'm in the process of installing a 32" tv in my Winnebago. My Samsung has an external AC to DC adapter. I was hopeful that I would be able to get an adapter to run it on 12v until I saw the adapter output of 19 volts. I'm guessing that it won't operate on 13 or so volts. Is that correct? I think I will be able to use my little inverter to operate it in a pinch, but it sure would be convenient to have a direct to DC capability. I thought a 32 inch would be almost too big as a replacement or the 19 inch square TV. As it turns out, I could have gone quite s bit bigger. This TV is nice because it only weighs 7 pounds.
jspringator 04/12/16 06:17pm Technology Corner
RE: 2 adults 2 teenagers in 28' Class A for a week?

They stayed in the tent the entire time. I couldn't believe it. They spent their days at the beach. Tomoka is a wild (as in natural) place. We didn't have room for the AC, but they didn't need it. It rained several nights, but the tent didn't leak a drop. I was afraid they would see a snake and want to keep everything in the camper.
jspringator 04/08/16 06:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fort Desoto Park - Tampa Bay in Nov - good/bad/ugly?

For some reason I was under the impression that out of county residents had to appear personally for reservations. Does anybody know whether or not that is true? I had written that place off.
jspringator 03/28/16 05:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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