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RE: Harbor Freight gets million dollar fine

There must have been a lot of complaints to the NHTSA about this light controversy, cause they don't jump at one complaint and investigate it. Look at all the vehicle problems on the road to day and how many death that are caused by a faulty component in many cars (chevy or other vehicles), with no action being taken to correct said problem. This is nit picking to the extreme by the government.
just me 12/17/15 08:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Some of the oddest TV and 5ver combinations

Here is a fancy rig! http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii295/daveindenver/Misc/Toyhauler_zpsbpqcbwp7.jpg That is one bitchin' camper, for sure! I'd love to know the back-story on it. LyleI think that is a cool rig as well. I think it would be cool to modernize and restore it. It would be neat to drop in a Duramax/Allison and add A/C. Anyone know what it is? Old GMC/two ton maybe, 50's something. Looks to be home made. But check out the Iron that's sitting next to it, those bikes are old also, he is at a swap meet.
just me 11/24/15 08:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Backing up your rig.

So I'd stay within two to four feet close to the side you going to back into. There's a lot of times your going have one small lane and campers on either side so the closer the better. So far you have a lot of instructional help here. Here's the way I do it. I approach the spot I'm going to back into, overshoot it a few feet, make a quick turn to the right, to other side of the road, and then a hard left, putting the rear of the trailer close to heading into the parking spot. You should be in a part-jackknife position at this point. This way you are already half way towards the opening that you want to back into. This is all with the idea that your spot is on the driver side of the road. This way you can visually see where you are going. But it takes a bit of practice and you need to find the way its easiest for you to make your maneuver. I always take a few extra feet to execute any maneuver, alot of drivers don't take any extra space, maybe thy are afraid to.
just me 11/23/15 09:14am Toy Haulers
RE: Backing up your rig.

Having been a truck driver for years, I depend on my mirrors, and getting out once in a while when I need to visually see whats going on, and what I need to do to avoid making contact with any thing in the site I am backing in to. I also use my wife when there is tight maneuvering and locating the slides around the pedestals. Mirrors----
just me 11/02/15 08:58am Toy Haulers
RE: getting it straight

Hello Just Me, Thank you for bringing this to our attention and my apologies for the trouble you have experienced. I was unable to locate your membership information in our system, but if you could please send us a private message with the name on the account, the name that should be on the account, membership number and the address (just to make sure everything is correct on your profile) we can look into this for you. Thank you. Elizabeth Marcus Rapid Response Elizabeth you have a PM.
just me 10/06/15 08:51am Good Sam Club
RE: California sr 87 -Traffic ticket!

I'd love to be behind all the hard nose "stay between the lines" responders when they come up behind some bicycles out on a mountain road. I'll bet none would follow along for miles at 5 miles an hour instead of just violating the yellow lines and sweeping on past at a somewhat safe location. Sometimes you gotta use a little common sense. How would the CHP pass the cyclist giving the proper distance and location and NOT crossing the lines? Looks like your not getting any sympathy here Mr OP.
just me 09/14/15 06:11pm Truck Campers
getting it straight

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just me 08/20/15 08:38pm Around the Campfire
getting it straight

My membership in the Good Sam organization has taken on my sons name for no good reason. HE does not belong to Good Sams, in any way, I have been here for 26 years with the same name and the past two years every thing is being titled to him with my membership number. I called the membership dept, informed them of the problem two months ago and they are still sending stuff to him. Camping world is now using his name in my steed for all there mailings now. He has had no dealings with Camping world/Good Sams as to do business with them. So maybe a moderator can intercede and get to the Membership dept and straighten this out. I don't know how this came about but it has.
just me 08/20/15 08:38pm Good Sam Club
RE: You had close call, scary moment, or accident, towing?

This year has been the worst ever for getting passed in a no passing zone, three times, while pulling my rig, also a guy wanted my space to head for a exit I was going to take, with a car length between me and the car in the middle lane, the passer was pulling a trailer, my out was to take to the side of the road and slow down to avoid getting crunched. I am thinking that more people have a death wish, there going to go any way?--RIGHT? Be safe out there and LOOK out for the IDIOT!!
just me 08/20/15 08:11pm Towing
RE: landing Jack repair!

I bought a new one from Lippert Components(LCI) on-line. Got them real quick. They come as a whole kit. Now you have a few replacement parts.
just me 08/07/15 05:05pm Tech Issues
RE: My first oops!! (with pic,s)

RV stores have a replacement plug. You might be able to just undo a couple screws and switch the outside part of the plug, or not just fallow the correct wiring to redo the install. Lest you didn't drop the trailer on the BED RAILS as some have done.
just me 08/07/15 05:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Assitance denied because of delay reporting?

First off did the responder, that took your call, sound as if they were in INDIA or the Philippines? thats when you asked to be transferred to the USA and talk to some one here AT HOME. They do use part of the Allstate staff for road service which is a big problem. I had a like situation from the other guys service, thats why I left them.
just me 08/07/15 04:56pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
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