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RE: Vancouver Ferry Rates

Think it only applies to B.C. seniors.
mayo30 07/23/14 08:21pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Dealer came through....

Not to rain on anyones parade but I think his cost will be his make some money rates,as they should be.It's just the term"at his cost" I chuckle at.I am glad you at least have a dealer that will do the work. No No, not his cost as wholesale cost. He is covering the cost of it all....we are paying nothing. Not for parts or service. That sounds like a great dealer,good for you.
mayo30 06/21/14 08:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: need help with truck ratings

I have a friend that is a traffic officer in British Columbia and they will pretty much stop any truck camper set up that is a 1500,F150 for weight checks.The incident of accidents for truck over loading is very high and they are very serious about it.You will not drive away only with a ticket but pay to have it hauled.So don't go out that way unless you are within your trucks stickers.
mayo30 06/21/14 02:34pm Truck Campers
RE: Can you believe this...DISGUSTING

Well I suppose he could have put his white hose away when he was gone and locked the rv so no one could look inside,what a thought.Francesca is the winner.
mayo30 06/21/14 01:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Used class C purchase. some cosmetic issues

My concern would be if this is how the unit was looked after what don't you see?Mechanical,servicing,I would move on for sure,I don't think you are very realistic with you cost estimates,big surprises come in the shape of RV'S.
mayo30 06/21/14 12:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Number 1 Question new rvers have?

I got 30% off MSRP did I get a good deal? My tow vehicle won't pull my new Rv dealer said it would. Should I buy the $4000.00 extended service contract? What can I take across the border? Why do I need a diesel 1 ton dual wheel.
mayo30 06/21/14 11:27am Beginning RVing
RE: Dealer came through....

Not to rain on anyones parade but I think his cost will be his make some money rates,as they should be.It's just the term"at his cost" I chuckle at.I am glad you at least have a dealer that will do the work.
mayo30 06/21/14 11:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Can you believe this...DISGUSTING

Who actually wrote the review?Is it a copy of someone else or a quote from the person who actually stayed there.It took a month to decide it wasn't a place to stay.I really am not clear at all.
mayo30 06/21/14 10:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: need help with truck ratings

Is your intent to haul a truck camper,or pull something?
mayo30 06/20/14 08:54am Truck Campers
RE: Reaching Fantastic fan in bathroom?

Convert it to the remote handsfree model,same motor,housing etc.We have our control bracket mounted in bathroom near door,but control it from anywhere in unit.We also use our fans for ventilation,in or out.
mayo30 06/10/14 06:51pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Seafoam problems?

Where did you read those threads.What exactly is happening to mess up the O2 sensors,do you have to replace them?I'd like to know as I use it and want to recognize the problem when it happens.How was the seafoam applied or introduced to create the problem?
mayo30 05/17/14 09:29pm Tech Issues
RE: Palomino Stampede outer bunk seal replacement

A 500' roll for a little more then 17',wow.I'd like to see that,what part number was it?Same thing,same dimensions,same material,no kidding.Please post the details for us,just so it doesn't sound like advertising.Thank Doug
mayo30 05/15/14 08:59pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Expectations at RV Parks - Do you adapt?

An old Alberta cowboy once told me"Some people would complain if you hung them with a new rope".If you don't like it don't go there,if you don't like it don't stay,not hard to do.
mayo30 05/13/14 11:03am General RVing Issues
RE: cobb grills

The grill accessory is not cast iron, but works great. Humor me,it seems to be cast not stamped out of some metal and coated. Metalurgy nor spelling is not my strong point. lol. For sure not frying pan type cast iron construction. We have had ours for 6 years and enjoy it.Just a lot of fun.try a couple of cornish game hens,stuffed, we like them.
mayo30 05/09/14 12:26pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: cobb grills

If you use the cast grill you get nice and brown plus a smokey taste.We use ours to do chicken,ribs,burgers,never dry no mussing no fussing load it up and open when done.We always load it up good.Haven't tried beer or beef broth in the moat yet.I also use damp wood chips for extra flavor,especially apple for my pork steak.
mayo30 05/07/14 08:45pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: RV Across Canada Halifax-Vancouver

Leg #3 you are doing about 4000 klm.or 2400 miles,about 5 days driving at 8 hours a day.You hadn't mentioned looking at anything in Saskatchewan,we have a lot of history also but man you do not have time for it.
mayo30 05/05/14 01:52pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RV Across Canada Halifax-Vancouver

Don't forget to do what ever is required for travel and medical insurance.
mayo30 05/05/14 11:37am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Question about slides and wood rot?

Go back into the Heartland owners site and you will find all the information you need about that problem.If I remember it was the lack of a strip along the edge under the slide that allowed water to wet the end floor board of the slide which was treated or something but didn't protect it.I bought a North Trail new and asked the dealer to get the parts for me,there was 2 strips that I installed which solved the pending problem.At the time the dealer was not aware of the situation but ordered in the kit for all the units and did them on the lot.The new models soon after had that change.
mayo30 05/05/14 10:26am Travel Trailers
RE: RV Across Canada Halifax-Vancouver

Impossible to answer without knowing what your interests or hobbies are.What are your comfort levels when travelling.How much time do you have?Do you want to spend $4000.00 or $24000.00?As a very very general guide line I would suggest at least 4 to 5 months and allow $250.00 per day then make it work.
mayo30 05/05/14 09:09am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Advice re: Propane and battery install on tongue

I can't see that residential A/C working very long where it is mounted,directly in line with all mud,road debri etc.I would lose it and use that space for your extra gear.Can't imagine that area not leaking now or soon.Move the a/c up and remount through the wall if you really need it,are you going to have 120volt to run it all the time?
mayo30 05/02/14 01:42pm Travel Trailers
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