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RE: Sniff test doesn't work

You could empty one of the tanks, then go fishin and see if the bait (paper) comes back up wet.
korbe 12/08/16 10:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Won't someone please make rugged small trailers??

In general, I normally think the market finds where the demand is. If there is a large enough "hole in the market", I would think it would get filled. Right now, in general, it looks like we, the consumer, want bigger, and cheaper rigs - because we don't want to pay more.Minus 1 We, the consumer? :@ No, do not include me. I do not want bigger and cheaper. What I want is small as well as quality built trailers and am willing to pay more if the quality is there. Me neither. Don't include me. But we as a majority. :)
korbe 12/07/16 12:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water only warm, not hot, after summer lay up

I had heard that this problem could result from the outside shower knobs still in the "on" position and only the head turned off.
korbe 12/07/16 10:13am Tech Issues
RE: Won't someone please make rugged small trailers??

In general, I normally think the market finds where the demand is. If there is a large enough "hole in the market", I would think it would get filled. Right now, in general, it looks like we, the consumer, want bigger, and cheaper rigs - because we don't want to pay more.
korbe 12/07/16 10:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Total loss, adjuster wants copy of title prior to settlement

May have no relevance here but when we had a vehicle totaled we gave our pink slip to our insurance company when they paid us off.
korbe 12/07/16 10:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Here is why you should buy Tire Pres Monitoring Sys from TST

Apparently you need to know what "TPMS from TST" means to understand what you're talking about. :)
korbe 12/06/16 08:37am General RVing Issues
RE: Sometimes a RV just is not the way to "go"

Yes, an RV is not always the best choice. But for us, it is our first choice when we need to go somewhere over night. We think it through, and make a decision. That's my way of seeing the big picture. Sometimes we RV, and sometimes we go campin'. Two different animals.
korbe 12/04/16 09:04am RV Lifestyle
RE: favorite campground

Ours is up at Silver Lake.
korbe 12/04/16 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: SAFETY IN CAMPING IN PUBLIC AREAS.

I do my best to be aware of my surroundings. If those surroundings make me feel uncomfortable, I leave. I can't always be able to defend the unexpected, but I sure do try it be close.
korbe 12/03/16 05:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Stability issues in 5th wheel

Are you out camping or do you live in your rig? We use our rig for camping and understand that the jiggling around is part of the experience.
korbe 12/03/16 05:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Member introduction

We got tired of inconsiderate neighbors while camping in the public parks & campgrounds, so along the Oregon coast we purchased some vacant land and park our rig there a few times a season. I understand the zoning and plan accordingly. Sounds great! The Oregon coast is beautiful. What is the zoning over there? Is there a time limit for how long you can park? -Miriam openroadland.com The residential zoning allows an RV to park there up to 30 days per year. The key is to not make it look like you are attempting to live on the parcel.
korbe 12/03/16 05:32pm RV Lifestyle
RE: WA or OR Coast to watch storms this winter.

When I was a kid and living on the north coast, I never was too fond of the big storms, but sure did enjoy beach combing afterwards. All sorts of dandy finds.
korbe 12/02/16 02:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Christmas Gift Ideas for the ladies

....try and think back to the last couple of times you've been camping. What has she complained about? :B You expect guys to remember what our wives complain about? It happens so frequently that we turn off our ears and don't hear a thing.... :B
korbe 12/02/16 11:38am RV Lifestyle
RE: Member introduction

We got tired of inconsiderate neighbors while camping in the public parks & campgrounds, so along the Oregon coast we purchased some vacant land and park our rig there a few times a season. I understand the zoning and plan accordingly.
korbe 12/02/16 08:21am RV Lifestyle
RE: Tub Run formerly COE campground

Disgusting that our National Parks are being starved financially so the case can be made that private concerns should take them over. We should ALL be proud to pay enough taxes so that they can be properly maintained and remain affordable to ALL Americans to enjoy. It's come to the point that we ALL pay a smaller amount towards their care and some corporation profits off them so that only those who are richer are able to enjoy them. The way I look at it here in California and the State Park situation, if the money generated went back into the parks, they would be in much better shape than they are. My guess is that the state gov't takes that money and puts it into increasing our social services. At least "corporation profits" understand that they need users to put money in their pockets. And one thing that many people lose sight of, is that those corporations are made up of people, IMHO.
korbe 12/01/16 07:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ? Macerator Pump Head Capability

OP asked about head pressure....head pressure and hose restriction are two different things. Head pressure increases with height regardless of pipe size. Think water column pressure. That's correct. My comments all along have been referring to horizontal run, when the OP mentioned "farther".
korbe 12/01/16 06:42am General RVing Issues
RE: ? Macerator Pump Head Capability

......... The flojet has a garden hose fitting in it so using a larger hose is useless. If you use a larger diameter hose, you can pump further horizontally.
korbe 11/30/16 04:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do I want a 5th wheel?

In our neck of the woods, I see a lot of larger 5ers going up and down the local highways. But when we go camping at our favorite Forest Service campgrounds up in the mountains and along the lakes and rivers, I don't see any of those larger rigs. They are all down at the local RV parks. Our 25 footer (5700 lb dry) gets us to the same places we used to go when we tent camped.
korbe 11/30/16 08:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking to install inside handrail

I was able to use a door hinge side of a wall to connect a handle. The hinge area had additional structural members within the wall to securely attach the handle.
korbe 11/30/16 07:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: ? Macerator Pump Head Capability

Yes, for those size lines - which create friction losses. And "those size lines" are what are recommended for use with the Flojet, none other. :R "farther.. you pump the greater the strain on the pump and its motor." I was attempting to explain to the OP that if he used larger sized lines that did not increase head loss or friction, then he would not be increasing the strain on the pump. Boy, do you always enjoy being so critical? :R
korbe 11/29/16 02:26pm General RVing Issues
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