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RE: Leaving kids unattended in RV all day?

Actually, in most states there is no law against this, Washington State included: There is no federal or Washington state law regarding the age when children may stay home alone or baby-sit. https://www.dshs.wa.gov/sesa/office-communications/media-release/home-alone-when-can-you-safely-leave-children-themselves If you read the entire article noted above, you will see that this situation does violate the CPS "guidelines" if CPS gets involved she -will- be in world of hurt. I suspect I would start with talking to her, the park staff and some neighbors. Insure you know the situation. I can tell you for a fact that CPS can have no humor in a situation like this
n7bsn 06/23/15 09:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Torklift or Happijac ?

That appears to either be photo shopped or intentionally removed from the truck. There does not appear to be any damaged, bent, or out of place items you would expect if the camper "fell" out. Not photo-shopped as there is another thread on this forum, with a completely different view http://i.imgur.com/SezBBy0l.jpg
n7bsn 06/22/15 08:36am Truck Campers
RE: 50a to 30a to 15a - AC issues

Line drop from extension cords is a killer 15 amp really isn't enough to run the A/C in most rigs, the breaker pops, the outlet melts, the A/C shuts down due to low voltage. Me, I'd forget the idea of using the A/C off a 15 amp
n7bsn 06/22/15 08:30am Tech Issues
RE: Replacing the faded logos with custom?

Some years back I saw a white Filon sided rig, where the owners are removed all the decals and replaced them with Bar-codes....
n7bsn 06/21/15 09:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Additional interior lighting

Battery powered lights are your only choice. Among ours is a battery powered OTT light
n7bsn 06/21/15 09:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: opportunity or awaiting disaster?

Unless you want a "project" walk away. I've rebuilt RVs and it's time consuming. Not tough (if you are tool-wise and handy), but time consuming. Just reread your message, you would have no proof the "selling" could release the title to you, right? If the rig is not in the sellers name RUN, don't walk.
n7bsn 06/21/15 09:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Coeur d"Alene, ID to Butte, MT on I-90

Came over it this year in the 50 ft long lash-up we have. It was tighter (width) then in past years, due to the construction. But certainly doable.
n7bsn 06/21/15 04:37pm Roads and Routes
RE: Low bridges

Stop at any truck stop and buy a copy of Rand McNally's Motor Carriers Atlas. Not only does it list all low clearances, but restricted routes and each state make truck routes are high lighted. Actually (I have a copy) it doesn't list low clearances for the smaller secondary and such roads... Like that back road to get to the off-the beaten path RV park. If you have a GPS you can add this POI file to your GPS
n7bsn 06/21/15 04:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone bought TT at wholesale price? If so, where???

These "wholesalers" are no different than any other dealer. They all buy directly from the mfgr, they just imply by their name that they're wholesalers. What they said.... I once compared one of the "wholesalers" price on a rig vrs a regional dealer that really does "deal" and the wholesaler was more. Plus it was a longer drive to go get it. Ya, I bought regionally. Locally they are a "Stealership"
n7bsn 06/21/15 04:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Can we use apartment size washer/dryer in RV

Check the power requirements. Some "apartment" type want 220V for the dryer.
n7bsn 06/20/15 11:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Camping at 10,000ft.

Yup, did that. What about the propane stove? The coaches stove worked fine. It's an orifice issue. Propane ovens (home/commercial) are routinely "modified" for high altitude locations.
n7bsn 06/20/15 11:10pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 3rd axle added, but maybe not correctly positioned?

What they said.
n7bsn 06/20/15 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Camping at 10,000ft.

If you read the manual for some RV type refers they often note about 5000 they may run poorly on propane....
n7bsn 06/20/15 06:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: new Fith-Wheel

Maybe? Much more specifics needed to answer the questions. Make and model of refer. Make, model and year of rig.
n7bsn 06/18/15 06:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Itasca Suncruiser Ford V10-365 hp

The trany would be the 5R110, which is a fairly great trany. As for tow-rating for your toad, not a clue.
n7bsn 06/18/15 06:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Itasca Suncruiser Ford V10-365 hp

Can't answer the price, but it's a good engine, except for fuel economy. Where it isn't. Between 7 and 10 MPG, depending on speed, hills, etc.
n7bsn 06/18/15 04:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: garmin 2797lmt vs cw rvnd 7735lm rand McNally gps-help pls

GPS-City is my go-to place for good GPS info compare RV-660 vrs RV-760
n7bsn 06/17/15 07:22pm Technology Corner
RE: AF 1150 trim strip fix?

Is it still under warranty? If so have Apache fix it, doing a DIY would void any future warranty repairs.
n7bsn 06/17/15 08:44am Truck Campers
RE: garmin 2797lmt vs cw rvnd 7735lm rand McNally gps-help pls

Just to complicate matters, there is the Garmin RV-760. Similar to the Dezl-760, except programed for RVs, including campgrounds
n7bsn 06/16/15 10:04pm Technology Corner
RE: The difference between Beartooth and Road to the Sun?

I've driven 'Road to the Sun' in my Dodge Ram 4x4 Quad Cab Short Box. No problem. Just don't plan to pull your trailer, it's not allowed. The views are amazing... DW gasped many times as she looked down... down... down... while I drove as close to the edge as I had to to get around some of the curves :D The limit is 21 ft long, 8 ft wide and 10 ft tall. I recommend that people travel from east to west if heights bother them at all. That minimizes their "exposure". While west to east as a lot more
n7bsn 06/16/15 08:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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