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RE: The best tow package question

Which system has the ease of releasing pressure at the hitch area to disconnect than having to move your car forward or backward to release pressure ? I apologize for the incorrect terminology but that is the gist of what I meant
rbanuchi 09/17/13 04:31am Dinghy Towing
The best tow package question

Hello everyone, I just purchased a 2012 Jeep unlimited and I need to know the best tow package to purchase for my Tiffin Allegro 35QBA. I am going to get the internal bracking package (wired) and I've heard the Blue Ox a is decent tow bar. Can anyone advise about the best tow package and the approximate cost. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Rob
rbanuchi 09/15/13 08:54pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Changing oil on a diesel cummins generator

Everyone , thanks so much for your input. It's truly appreciated I have a stupid question though. When refilling the oil, does it get filled directly into the spout on top There are two spouts one for oil and a second one slips my mind at the moment. Thank you again !
rbanuchi 07/03/13 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
Changing oil on a diesel cummins generator

Does anyone know a resource to learn how to change the generator oil in my cummins generator 7500? I would like to learn to do by myself and the one thing I was told to make sure that I use the exact amount of oil to replace what is removed. Thanks for any information
rbanuchi 07/03/13 04:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best RV Parks to stay in Alaska

Beachcomber on the coast in Ninilchik was a favorite. It is especially great if you want to go clamming - you can walk to the beach. The owner keeps clam guns and buckets for use by the guests. Great fun. Enormous clams! Another favorite was Bayside RV park in Valdez. The main attraction of this park is that the owner is one of the very few people in ALaska that are allowed to feed the eagles. Every day at 5pm she brings out buckets of fish to the hordes of waiting eagles. It is something to see. The town is mostly walkable from there. We used the car a few times to get to certain museums. Iditarod Park in Seward is practically next door to the Sea Life Center. It is $15 a night and the sites face the ocean. Tolsona Wilderness Campground in Glenallen is rustic, woodsy, and a true "camping" experience. A rushing stream winds through the campground. Lovely. Hope this helps.
rbanuchi 06/26/13 05:01am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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