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RE: Just wondering

Ok I guess I didn't make my concerns clear. One reason is because of the slides and the other is the electric. And when I get up I gotta have a shower to wake up and no I wont use a Walmart sink! Lol I was just wondering how many people do it. I see lots of motorhomes in the lots but not a whole lot of 5th wheels. wow u people can be ruff on a persons question!! LOL Thanks for comments :) You should have more than enough battery power to get through one night. Your slides work off the battery. As for the shower, put the water heater on propane....over night stops in a fiver aren't any different in a motor home.
kakampers 03/02/16 01:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Where do you carry 'IT'

kakampers 02/29/16 07:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Disc brakes NOT working with GM integrated control

We had this with our 2011...the simple fix is to wire two brake magnets into the pig tail of the fifth wheel...it "fools" the controller into believing you have electric brakes and will immediately send power to the disc brakes. Worked for us for 4 years. This problem was corrected in our 2015 Chevy.
kakampers 01/26/16 05:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New Carriage?

What is with the delete of rear caps. Montana has to be spec'd just so to get one. Grand Design high end Solitude lacks a rear cap. On and on! Next you know Thor will drop it on the MS. Chris doubt that...it's been what, six years...Landmark, Bighorn and Big Country still have rear caps...
kakampers 01/23/16 02:31pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 6 point Level up system - will it lift trailer?

No problem...have used it many times to change tires, etc. As for twisting the frame...not gonna happen. Level up is designed so that all legs work in unison keeping the frame "flat and square" at all times. If you lift one side the other drops keeping everything straight...it will "time out" once the legs over extend.
kakampers 01/23/16 02:27pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Competition for the Anderson Ultimate ??

After owning several different Pullrite hitches...I would definitely trust anything they made! Great hitches...great company!
kakampers 01/17/16 11:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Burglar Alarm?

We use Simplisafe. It's a fully monitored system, $24.99 a month, no contract. Even monitors our smoke detector.
kakampers 12/17/15 04:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Chevy integrated brake system

If you are having trouble with your ibc and hydraulic brakes just take two brake magnets and clamp them to the frame, wire them in parallel with the actuator set your controller to electric. It will think it's working with electric brakes not hydraulic. Denny This is what we did with our 2011 Chevy to make the hydraulic disc brakes work...the problem was solved with the 2015 that we have now. As for the OP's question...we've been towing with a 2015 for over a year and about 10K miles...no problem with the trailer tires.
kakampers 12/02/15 12:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: leveling systems for fifth wheelers

Once you have it, you won't go back...;)
kakampers 11/08/15 03:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New RV prices

You think that's bad, check out the Jayco Designer that they brought back...almost $150K...
kakampers 11/03/15 06:18pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best All Year Four Seasons Full Time Fifth Wheels

JMO but 3 seasons is enough for me. If I was full timing and had the freedom to move around, the last place I'd want to be is the place where the weather is either extremely cold, hot or raining for days on end. Isn't that the idea to go full timing? To have the freedom to go and do whatever and wherever you want? I understand that having a true 4 season trailer would be needed if you're going to stay somewhere where it's 25* for days on end. But geez who the heck wants to live out retirement putting up with that? Most people that leave the cold for the heat and vice versa are doing so because they can. It's one thing to be somewhere where the weather takes a turn real quick and you need to tough it out. But some planning ahead would take care of that. If you're not in control of yourself while on the road then maybe you need to address why you're not. I'm not sure what's stopping anyone full timing from hitching up and going where they want. If you're camp hosting then that's different. Weather can turn nasty at times in certain areas of the country. If it's a money issue then it sounds like full timing is the wrong life style. If you're the guy that's living in a van down by the river then that explains it. In our situation, it's because we go where the work is...at least for the next seven months. We chose a rig that can handle temps below freezing for long periods of time. This will be tested fully for the next couple of months...we're leaving Wyoming in about a week to spend November and December in PA. However, since we've already spent about a week last year below zero, without issue, we don't expect it to be a problem...
kakampers 10/19/15 07:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best All Year Four Seasons Full Time Fifth Wheels

Oh good...I thought I was loosing it...;)
kakampers 10/18/15 07:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best All Year Four Seasons Full Time Fifth Wheels

Is it me, or is anyone else having trouble following the OP???
kakampers 10/18/15 06:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Another Grand Design Podcast - pretty cool.

There is no better company in this industry at responding to customer issues. Try to get your other main line manufacturers to overnight parts to a customer when they are broken down somewhere. Will never happen...Heartland will! B.O. Agreed...Heartland has over nighted us parts on several occasions...
kakampers 10/14/15 05:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Another Grand Design Podcast - pretty cool.

I know 2 people with Grand Designs and they have done zero-zip to advance their RV's since they started except more floor plans...STILL 10in frame,same Cheap Stereo,DVD"Suround Sound" ,No central vacuum's, no ceiling fans ,no back cap,ETC.....Etc... they are NOT bad rv's but besides their good customer service there is nothing special about them, both of my friend's Solitudes have been back to the Dealer many times for repairs just like every other brand,I think Every brand puts out these Podcasts and Videos on there Quality and their vision for the Future etc...they are all the same Blah Blah Blah ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Couldn't agree more!! Have looked at many, not the least bit impressed...
kakampers 10/11/15 06:54am Fifth-Wheels
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