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RE: Generac iq2000 parallel kit == suicide cord?

Quite the opposite from Yamaha's $100 "Twin Tech" cable with it's weird safety banana plugs and pain in the rear grounding terminal. Shrouded banana jacks, same as Honda uses.
n7bsn 08/26/16 04:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Faucet in Arctic Fox TC

Can't help with finding the post, but Northwoods, to my knowledge, as always used "standard" spacing faucets. Which means you should be able to find a single-lever at any "home improvement" store that should fit. The tricky part is the clearance between the cabinet and the faucet, much tighter then in a home and little 'fun' doing the actual replacement.
n7bsn 08/26/16 04:15pm Truck Campers
RE: 17" range, Atwood and Suburban the only options?

A week and no response, personally I can't tell the difference & wish there was a 3rd option.
n7bsn 08/25/16 01:29pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Artic fox 5th wheel

I would love for an artic fox 35-5Z to be our next trailer but have never seen one in person, there is one dealer in the northeast and they are about 300 miles away and they do not have much of an inventory of artic fox 5th wheels, where did those of you that live on the east coast or in the eastern states buy your units? Some friends in Texas drove to Florida for their 29-5T
n7bsn 08/23/16 08:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Artic fox 5th wheel

We were happy with our 24-5N for over a decade, so 5(plus) years ago we bought a 25-5E. Have fun
n7bsn 08/22/16 08:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Hydraulic lifts for small cars

I've seen SmartCar's on lifts, not common, but they are it, even the Fiat 500 is too long
n7bsn 08/22/16 10:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Schwintek must not stop while extending/retracting?

stupid software
n7bsn 08/21/16 10:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Schwintek must not stop while extending/retracting?

Not in my experience, with the same brand of mechanism
n7bsn 08/21/16 10:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Carlisle Tires

So you say the Goodyear 614 is a LT tire? http://www.goodyearrvtires.com/tire-selector.aspx READ!!!!!! WHAT GOODYEAR SAYS!!!!!! . Goodyear Never actually looked at the Goodyear info I take it. Go to here click on on the G615 and see that it's listed as LT235/85R16
n7bsn 08/21/16 10:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Carlisle Tires

Going back to the original question, yes Carlisle Radial Trails are better then what you have. The ST tires Carlisle sells today (Radial Trail RH or HD) are a vast improvement over ST tires Carlisle sold years ago. I have over 7000 miles on the set I have now with no issues. The advise to "buy LT tires", without a model attached to the advise is dangerously bad. There are LT tire models that should never be used on a trailer. There are LT tire models that work well, maybe better then any ST tire. An example is the G614, which is an LT tire. Where you could go wrong is getting a deep lug, high traction, "off road" LT tire on your trailer. You actually don't want high-traction tires on your trailer. The big downside to G614 tires is that it's common for trailer rims not to be rated for the higher PSI (110) these tires are rated for, rims and tires can run $450 to $550 per tire.
n7bsn 08/21/16 07:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: mosquito free northwest summer?

Bad, I dono they never seemed bad to me. One thing to consider is a lot the "local" folk think that one mosquito is bad, because they have never lived where they are really bad, like needing to use a bee-mask bad, like visible swarms bad... The coastal areas of Oregon & Washington are just about as mosquito free as one could hope for, I am aware of no local mosquitoes that can breed in salty/mixed water they need "fresh" (I used to work in mosquito control).
n7bsn 08/21/16 10:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How do I trouble shoot my thermostat to rule it out?

The Fan-hi and Fan-lo wires should go to the A/C unit Only the white wire controls the heater. It's not making sense to me, my guess is that the thermostat electronics might be hosed up
n7bsn 08/18/16 07:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Inverter install help

What you want to do sounds similar to what I did. I went with a Xentrex ProWatt 500watt, which can have a good transfer switch that can be controlled by it. link
n7bsn 08/18/16 02:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Inverter install help

If you want to run 'everything' are looking at a really big unit then. You also have to be careful not to wire the inverter such that it powers the converter. Personally I decided which circuit I wanted powered and wired the transfer switch after the breaker panel.
n7bsn 08/18/16 12:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rand McNally RV GPS

The campground directory is very good, the user interface is not, in fact might be the worst on the market.
n7bsn 08/17/16 03:31pm Technology Corner
RE: LOTS of road work on I-90 in Western Montana...

That's one of the 2 seasons out that way, Winter and Road construction. Correct, and construction is sometimes 24/7 it has to done by Sept cause it will start snowing (I lived in Montana for many years)
n7bsn 08/15/16 10:04am Roads and Routes
RE: Wave of the Future?

My hubby was on his computer, probably looking at routes to places and he came across a campground in Salmon, Id (sorry he didn't remember the name of the CG) and besides their nightly fee, they charged 75 cents per slide out. First time I've heard of that one! campground rates
n7bsn 08/12/16 09:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Desperate repair to fridge. 2 years later still works great!

Bob'syouruncle has the best adventures. I remember something about melted butter in the furnace vents...... That was, entertaining....
n7bsn 08/12/16 01:00pm Tech Issues
RE: EGR location 2006 Ford E350 V10 6.8l

no codes thrown ... all of a sudden started running rough at idle, and lugs under 2000 rpm, over 2000 rpm is fine ... . Check your hoses, I had a cracked hose on my last V10
n7bsn 08/08/16 01:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fairly RV friendly gas in Missoula..

either works, I usually go to the CostCo, although it's a few miles south on US93
n7bsn 08/07/16 09:28am Roads and Routes
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