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RE: More from Ford F-350 6.7 V* Diesel 4WD SRW CC, LB

What year? Which Model? Which rear-end?
n7bsn 10/23/14 01:58pm Towing
RE: inverters

I wired in a Xantrek ProWatt, with the transfer switch and wired remote. This allows me to run one entire circuit of the rig off the inverter
n7bsn 10/23/14 11:49am Truck Campers
RE: Any info on North American RV?

NorthAmerican and MonteCarlo produce mostly for the Carnie and Traveler folk. So they don't worry about things like fitting into public campgrounds. Personally, if I wanted a custom (at custom prices) I would talk to New Horizon. Mind you they will not be cheap. But they will produce exactly what you want. Plus they actually have "cred" in the full-time RV world.
n7bsn 10/23/14 07:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Urgent!! Brand new furnace not working

Yea The fan isn't even coming on. Its gotta be something beyond my capabilities at this point. I guess it was sheer luck it fired up briefly. Can anyone recommend an electric heater to get me through until I can get this fixed. Camper is only 16 feet long. Check the 12VDC fuse, replace as needed. Any 750/1500 watt heater
n7bsn 10/22/14 06:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Urgent!! Brand new furnace not working

If there is power to the furnace the problem is certainly the controller board inside the furnace (assuming the A/C still turns on)
n7bsn 10/22/14 06:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Route from Sidney to Campbell River

BC-17 to Canada-1 to BC-19
n7bsn 10/22/14 06:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Best no contract cell phone?

$15.00 to much? Click here See my note on Trac. T-Mobile can be less then $100 per year.
n7bsn 10/22/14 06:34pm Technology Corner
RE: Best no contract cell phone?

T-Mobile probably has the cheapest "no contract" plan coupled with real customer service. I used to have a TRACFONE, the old phone was years old so I bought a new one and called Trac to have my number changed. They hosed it up and told me they couldn't fix and and restore my old number. Then I needed to add money, added it on the phone and the money didn't appear. Called Trac and they told me due to the mis-configure when they didn't move my old number over, the $100 I added had gone to another number and there was nothing they could do. I bumped up, and up, at least two levels, and they all said there was no method for them to put the money on my card. At least with T-Mobile, I can walk into the local sales office and get someone in person.
n7bsn 10/22/14 06:32pm Technology Corner
RE: What 5 R's are Aluminum Framed

FYI Its really about quality not materials. Many good rigs are built with Aluminum framing because it's easier to get consistent quality. But some of the best, say like most (all?) New Horizon and Excel by Peterson are wood. Don't walk away from an excellent rig simply because it's wood
n7bsn 10/21/14 11:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: How to avoid bad campgrounds

We do a lot of coastal late-fall/winter/early-spring camping. There will be some people in the campgrounds at all times, but certainly few crowds. About the only time they are "crowded" is on Clamming Weekends (sometimes actually full)
n7bsn 10/20/14 10:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Second transmission cooler?

Get the Transcommand rather then the cooler, it really does help any "over-heat" issues from urban or hills. Plus it lowers the failure rate. I had an E4OD and had it installed on the recommendation of a friend that owned a Trany Shop. He found it lowered the failure rate on Ford based tow-trucks down to "what it should be"
n7bsn 10/20/14 10:18am Class C Motorhomes
RE: GFI tripping

Faulty GFCI, it happens, replace it.
n7bsn 10/20/14 10:13am Folding Trailers
RE: Warranty work on WFCO converter

If they don't replace under warranty and want you to pay, junk it and get a Progressive Dynamics with Charge Wizard.
n7bsn 10/20/14 09:02am Tech Issues
RE: 6v battery box for Cougar XL?

Is the battery door vented? That's how they have been in my last several rigs
n7bsn 10/19/14 09:40pm Fifth-Wheels

T-Mobile is really an "urban" service (and I have T-Mobile). Service where camgrounds are can be, iffy. I get solid coverage "in town", rural, well.... Ocean Shores, fine, Ocean City (5 miles north), iffy. Pacific Beach, NADA. Friends with Verizon have coverage all the way up the coast to PacBeach
n7bsn 10/19/14 09:05pm Family Camping
RE: KM Resorts - what is going on??

KM sends these letters out every so often, they go to all members It's a simply a try to get you to upgrade your membership. You need to understand the KM can't change anything in your current contract, without your agreement. The consumer office at the Washington AG's office would really come unglued if they tried. The state of Washington also limits the number of members per spot, which implies that Beachwood can't sell many/any "new" memberships. If your current contract has frozen dues (like ours) that's it. They can't change it. If your current contract has all future parks (like ours) that's it. They can't change it. Of course, unless you agree to a change. We've been members for, well nearly 20 years. KM owned two locations when we joined. Unlike many/most membership campgrounds in the same period, they have not gone through a bankruptcy. In fact they have expanded during this period. They must be doing something "right". As I recall Beachwood is no longer "owned" by KM, but rather by one of the McLeod kids (Mike?) Although it's "associated" with KM (KM stands for Kevin, Kelli and Mike(?), Doug's children) I can tell you that over the last couple years KM has been pouring a lot of money into improvements and deferred maintenance at their "new" resort of Ocean Breeze. The previous owners of this location has seriously neglected this park. New sewer dump-stations, new hot-tub, new sauna, etc. KM also rebuilt the septic system on the "road" side of Ocean Mists and is in the process of upgrading the club-house kitchen to commercial standards (under pressure from Grey's Harbor County). They have closed the hot-tub, until they can get a commercial grade one installed (under pressure from Grey's Harbor County) KM also did some work at Maple Grove this year, maintenance and improvements. A couple years ago KM built an entire new club-house, with a commercial kitchen (under pressure from Greys Harbor County) Personally, I have some faith the KM is running the chain reasonable well
n7bsn 10/18/14 10:40pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best RV Club for a Canadian

You do realize you keep posting in Roads and Routes? Their first post was to Forum Tech, it got moved to Roads & Routes, which is where they have been posting ever since....
n7bsn 10/18/14 12:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping with Electricity along HWY 395 California

In Topaz what kind of hookups? Full, plus a solid wifi, 50(ish) TV channels, 24-7 store, discount book for Casino/Restaurant As an "RV Resort" it's a bit lacking, gravel only, etc. But IMO, it's a great deal Review web-site
n7bsn 10/18/14 09:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping with Electricity along HWY 395 California

Boulder Creek was certainly a nice stop for us. The next stop north was Topaz Casino and RV "Resort". While not as nice, it was one of the best deals we had
n7bsn 10/18/14 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: where do you put your bikes?

If you don't mind the view...you can add a reciever hitch to the front of your tow vehicle and put a rack there. I've seem some pin boxes modified to accept a reciever. You can also add a rear reciever that bolts or welds to the frame of your 5th wheel... Curt makes one...check out etrailer.com for details. We do the front rack...I'm looking into a rear frame mounted reciever hitch...we sometimes put the bikes inside the camper...and we have some folding bikes that can be stored easily inside the camper. I put a rear receiver on the last rig, had the factory do it on this rig, then ended up with a receiver on the front of the new truck. Personally I have found I prefer the bikes on the front, now that I've done both.
n7bsn 10/18/14 08:55am Fifth-Wheels
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