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RE: Insurance question

I have Progressive. My TT is covered by my vehicle policy while connected. I have a secondary policy that covers the TT while not connected for damages and replacements. Rate is $157 annual.
phenrichs 01/21/16 09:03am Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer storage

around here, for a gravel maintained lot. outdoor with 24/7 access we pay $30-$50 per month
phenrichs 01/14/16 09:22am Travel Trailers
RE: You had close call, scary moment, or accident, towing?

When the TT was brand new we bought a new 1200lb WDH to go with it. Third trip we came home and one of the snap up brackets for the chains was bent to the point of nearly being ripped off the A frame. Went and replaced it under warranty. Next trip both were bent. That really scared me. What would have happened if they have come off with the bars still attached? Battery and Propane tanks all sitting up there. Could have been a disaster. Dealer contacted Reese and found out that the 1200lb brackets were defective and we were upgraded to the 1500lb brackets immediately.
phenrichs 11/18/15 09:45am Towing
RE: How much is to much for no tow/haul mode?

Towing the rig in my sig. At 65 mph RPM are almost identical in Tow mode or regular. I use tow all the time with the TT because I like the lock up of the trans and it aids in slowing because it makes the auto trans behave more like a manual when you let off the throttle. It doesn't free wheel coast like an automatic. It will stay engaged and let the engine slow you. Now I know your newer Ram probably has the factory exhaust brake so this is less of a concern but also the Tow mode engages different programs in the computer such that extra cooling is taking place in the trans by routing fluid in a slightly different way. Basically you are telling the truck that it should be prepared for more work. The engine doesn't necessarily care, it is more to let the truck protect the trans.
phenrichs 11/18/15 09:42am Towing
RE: Four Season bunkhouse Travel Trailers

I would say that if you bought one like mine with the enclosed belly you could probably add a thin layer of insulation to the inside of the "skin" they use to enclose it which would add.
phenrichs 11/18/15 09:36am Travel Trailers
RE: Four Season bunkhouse Travel Trailers

Ours is listed as the Thermal Package which means the bottom of the TT is enclosed. NOT insulated. It has a sort of corrugated plastic sheeting that is attached to the bottom so the gear is not exposed. The heat is ducted through the floor and is supposed to keep the underside heated. I would not try to use it all winter but we have camped in temps down to freezing and it kept quite warm. Didn't use that much gas either really.
phenrichs 11/18/15 09:36am Travel Trailers
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