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RE: Looking to upgrade to a larger Class C

I don't want to in-pose, but does a 30 ~ 32' Class A with a V10 and a 30 ~ 32' Class C with a V10 cost the same? Lets say both are new.
rseymour21 03/02/15 06:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pressure Pro VS TST

I don't have either system, but I've watched post regarding pressure monitoring systems. I have seen a similar post regarding the TST not communicating and taking a very long time (> 1 hour) for the system to respond that it has lost communication. I would guess since the company has stated that's how their system works, you either accept that or not. I guess as long as it stays connected, it works great. Good Luck!
rseymour21 02/11/15 09:24am Fifth-Wheels
RE: misc question

http://rvbonus.com/towing/2000/ford/ d Requires 3.73:1 axle ratio. Perhaps?
rseymour21 02/09/15 08:23am General RVing Issues
RE: electric problems?

Another option is to use the 50amp pigtail to your 30A. Here in the summer can be pretty tough to keep the trailer cool.
rseymour21 01/26/15 07:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Finally!!!!

Congratulations! :C
rseymour21 01/05/15 03:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trip Report: The Perfect Family Trip!

As you all can tell, the date between posts for me was about a month. I'd like to say it was because I have been so busy. However, reality is that reliving the trip through this thread brings back many of the emotions that we had at the time. By the end of the RMNP visit, I was genuinely sad that it was 90% behind us. Somehow, not posting the final chapter here keeps that feeling alive in my mind. So forgive me if I take another month before finishing this out... Good news is, we see my parents in a few days and get to watch all 7.5 hours of the movies! Can't wait for that. I can understand about reviewing all the photos and reliving it all over again. I've enjoyed reading and seeing your entire trip. I might start at the beginning and look at them again! Thanks for your hard work!
rseymour21 12/21/14 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Beware of scammers!!!

So they are selling a cable for $1600 bucks? That seems worse than thinking you could get two gen's for that price.
rseymour21 12/17/14 02:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winegard Antenna Parts Needed???

Note to self! Remember to stay with the crank up type!:h
rseymour21 12/14/14 02:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Before pulling out...

I read this tip somewhere and it really works. You need: A suitable sized Ziploc bag. A package of spring loaded cloths pins. A felt tip marker. Its easy to forget to do something or unhook something before leaving a CG. Especially if you stop to talk. Make a list of everything you need to do before pulling out. Examples: "Unhook and stow the electric cord", "Roll up and store the water hose", "Retract the jacks". Then write a short reminder of each item on a clothes pin. "Jacks", "Power", "Water", "Slinky", etc. When setting up, fold the sun visor down. Then take the appropriate cloths pin and attach it to the sun visor as you complete each step. Reverse the process before leaving. What you haven't done yet is right in your face as soon as you get behind the wheel. I've seen posts on here of people driving away with something still connected. That can be very expensive or at least messy. So everytime i complete a task I have to go to the truck and hang a close pin?:h..I'd be drunk before I was set up:B No, its just a way before you drive off, to review those items and remember if you did them or not. IMHO I've seen people driving down the road with their antenna still up.
rseymour21 12/08/14 09:52am Beginning RVing
RE: pilot light on oven

Thanks, I've never noticed!
rseymour21 12/01/14 02:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: pilot light on oven

How do you shut off the pilot after its lit? Mine shuts off when the oven is turned off, you have to light the pilot every time you want to use the oven!
rseymour21 12/01/14 05:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Picture Posting Test Thread

rseymour21 11/30/14 09:07am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy and Be Safe!
rseymour21 11/25/14 02:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: What accedssories do i need for a new 5th wheeler?

Oxygenics shower head Leveling Blocks Bottle Jack Small Air compressor Weber Q grill
rseymour21 11/25/14 01:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Safe electric heaters you can run all night

Its something like this: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Comfort-Zone-5-120-BTU-Multi-Purpose-Ceramic-Heater-Black-CZ442WM/21899614
rseymour21 11/19/14 02:44pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Safe electric heaters you can run all night

Just wondering, does the furnace have written on it somewhere, do not leave unattended? I use a couple of those small ceramic heaters overnight, I've never checked to see if it stated that on them or not!
rseymour21 11/19/14 02:40pm Fifth-Wheels

I understand about liking a wood burning fire better, but smoke bothers my wife. So I got one of these a couple years ago, its certainly better than no fire! I've ever roasted some marshmallows on it! And when I go inside for the night or need to leave camp, this fire is out quick!
rseymour21 11/18/14 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: cold weather camping

Around here it really doesn't get that cold, but sometimes it happens. Just be ready to get more propane. I like the winter season here better than the summer season. It gets too hot!
rseymour21 11/16/14 03:26pm General RVing Issues

It will be best to level as you learn the way you or your better half likes it. My DW doesn't really care, if its in the ballpark good enough. I try to setup for the shower to drain well, sometimes its better than others!
rseymour21 11/11/14 02:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Require recommendations for deep cycle rv batteries

I just purchased two 6V golf cart batteries from Sams club, so I don't have any real info other than recommended here and in the $80 range, if you don't care to spring from the T-105's.
rseymour21 11/11/14 02:01pm Fifth-Wheels
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