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I don't classify us as Club type people. WE all belong to a Chapter of the Club which is the National group of GOOD SAM. We get together and camp, and enjoy each others company. We do projects that we donate to a worthy cause and raise money if we have a source to do so, and donate that to help a needy causes. We are non-profit, and we are RV orientated. One of our new members wondered what a bunch of old people got out of there association. She came and attended a couple of our camp outs, She could not believe old people our age could have so much fun. She joined our ranks and has as much fun as the rest of us. She is half our age. Thanks to the OP and the follow up as we need more positive posting for people to come and join our ranks in the chapters that make up the 1 1/2 million members that belong to the Good Sam organization. we have room for more. COME JOIN US TO SEE WHAT YOU ARE MISSING. Join a chapter.
just me 02/21/15 11:28am Good Sam Club
RE: So light a child can remove it from the truck

You still do not have a FLAT floor when its removed.
just me 02/21/15 10:35am Fifth-Wheels
friends of Good Sam

What happened to the promotional department of Good Sam? Called: "Friends of Good Sam" They used to be on top of the forums. were they disbanded/closed? cost cutting maybe. Blanco was there.
just me 01/30/15 01:02pm Around the Campfire

This is quite common in Australia, not really a problem, but would have concerns about US 1/2 ton doing ithttps://i.ytimg.com/vi/lT6P2a3WxYM/mqdefault.jpg http://git.me/photo/2014/08/19/7425410679398182912/3052925521927161344/CU331-PACKAGE-2013-Forest-River-5th-Wheeler-2-Slide-outs-Mazda.jpg http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a186/RobRyan7/imagejpg1_zpsa3e5a78e.jpg I don't mean to alarm you but someone has installed your doors and awning on the wrong side of your camper :D Well, they do anything DOWNUNDER, they drive on the wrong side of the road too.
just me 01/25/15 04:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: Kitchen Island

What happen to COOKING outside on the grill? and using the table out there? Your not cooking for the whole camp ground. Or are you????????????? NO ISLAND for me. something else to walk around, and get in the way. 38' no island, love it.
just me 01/17/15 09:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: I never knew these existed...

Kendigit designs did the retro, located in Salt Lake City. Took couple years to do the rebuild cause it was a mess when it was brought in, total refab build up from the frame. Sold at auction and then DONATED back to the armed services to put on tour. Every thing worked as when it was made in the forties.
just me 12/31/14 08:49am Tow Vehicles
RE: Failed/Jammed Fwd Jacks

You can also bend the tubes by doing a pull test (raise the trailer landing gear a little) so it is possible that this started your problem. Make sure you don't have heavy pressure on the landing gear pads when you do this. This is what happened to me. I don't have to do a pull test with my set up, but dumb me, I did it any way. expensive way to learn how to repair the landing gear.
just me 12/31/14 08:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: How much oil do I really need?

Please do not do a dry start. Add oil to your filters, you can cause some serious damage to your engine filling those filters ON the engine. The theory as stated above might sound good, but make the call to the Cummins people as stated with the numbers mentioned.
just me 12/16/14 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Taking off while the other occupants sleep

One thing to ponder, and a "what If", If you had an on board fire start while traveling down the road, everyone asleep but you, could you get stopped and everyone out of the rig in time, before they were over come with smoke or death? There have been reports of Motor homes burning to the ground in less than 5 minutes. Something to think about.
just me 12/05/14 07:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Be careful with generators

I don't even like the propane fired space heaters that's installed in trailers. Appears to be a problem waiting to happen.
just me 12/05/14 07:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Chinese to buy Travel Trailer company

By buying one company, I don't care who, they have a foot in the door as seen in the past has been mentioned. And we support them when we by there China made products. Its a shame on us, and its to bad.
just me 11/28/14 07:49am Travel Trailers
RE: No hot water??

As stated, by pass the thermofuse till you can get it fixed. I did that on mine. Find a electrical shop and make one your self. A RV dealer charges a arm and leg for these. WE have one here in SLC, old school, they have every thing electrical for hobbyist. I bought two of these things. You have a lot of good suggestions.
just me 11/28/14 07:34am Tech Issues
RE: Help / Stranded / RV will not start /Road Service is no help

Could be a FUSIBLE link in the start system. By going to the solenoid and jumping it there your by-passing the key. Good luck on finding your problem. Electrical can be a ---ch.
just me 11/19/14 07:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No Praises for GSRA Today - I Need to Rant

Usually if your off the main drag, out in the boonies, your on your own anyway. (Read the fine print) Just cover your self and MAKE sure you have your spare. A driver is not going to buy a GPS and use it in his work truck, the company should have a couple available if there is a question on locating a customer.
just me 11/19/14 07:28am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Privately Owned Parks that Just Do Not Want Your Business

They were out back in the Forest tending the STILL. That needs a lot of watching. And sampling.
just me 11/14/14 08:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions

Putting that large level on the pin box you can see when your level or not be fore you unhook. As you are now trying to determine the best way for level Before mounting, do your best to determine whet level is, and go from there. In time you'll be able to walk inside and say we are not level. I do it some time now. I camp with a group that PULLS out there levels and checks this and that, and some time they can't find there level. Nuff said
just me 11/09/14 03:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: YNP bandwidth controversy

We don't need no METAL TREES. Enjoy the park for what it has to offer. Parenting has gone astray and the Electronic craze is way over board as a baby sitter, or kid sitter. Now enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.
just me 11/04/14 07:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Do you let your TV warm up before towing?

Here is something else to think about, You start your engine and WARM it up- but you don't warm up the rest of your DRIVE TRAIN until you start to roll the rig---RIGHT?????????? so warm them all up together just don't hog on it full boor for a few miles.
just me 10/29/14 07:54am Tow Vehicles
RE: Do you let your TV warm up before towing?

With all these suggestions and solutions being offered as to HOW an individual treats his diesel engine, it shows me that there is only a few that has read there owners manual. First: a diesel engine will not warm up as a gas engine does by Idling. They are considered an air pump. Air in-air out. No baffle or butterfly in the throttle air inlet. Second: by doing so, the motor oil will become diluted by unburned fuel making its way to the crank case. Not good for the engine. Ford says that 10% is ok. Third: Start the engine, Bringing up the oil pressure and let it circulate for a minute to get the lube going, drive at a slow pace and moderately to bring the engine up to temp before driving normally with it. Your engine will get warmer faster while under load. The older Ford Diesels injection pumps were crank case oil driven, an other reason that Ford recommended there oil additive to fortify the oil against oil break down. Not an expert here, just relaying what I have gleamed over the years on how things work. Its your engine do what you will, But I won't. High idle plus exhaust brake set will help. Newer ones will up-idle after a few minutes. Some have this set up in the ECM'S. Check your OWNERS manual.
just me 10/27/14 07:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: Two more questions on Yellowstone

Early June is good. Animals are still down low areas. Make reservations early for the dates you want. week ends not to worry yet. IF you can't get the dates you want through the reservation system call FB directly and the rangers can tell you if they have what you want. The reservation system is a little slow. When you go to these places you step back in time and leave the Media home. If you want the weather, they post it in the office for a couple days at a time. And you will want to be out to see nature at its best. It can be cool, and IT MIGHT SNOW @ that time of year. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!
just me 10/23/14 08:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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