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RE: 30 amp to 15 amp dogbone adapter for removable power cords

I've got them all! https://i.imgur.com/WVASUUz.jpg?1 You're WAY too organized! :W Showing this to DW who keeps telling me I have OCD.......
searfoss 05/12/18 10:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Complete Newbie to TTs Here. First-time Buyer Advice

Buy used for your first RV. You may be selling or trading it in a year or two. Yes, setting up and taking down a dinette/couch every day gets old, real quick. It's okay for occasional use, just not all the time. Don't be in a hurry to buy. Look at everything and ask lots of questions BEFORE you give a seller any money or sign any agreements. Salesmen are not your friend. Their only goal is to sell you something. You'll find that some of them know less sbout RV's than you. Someone on the forum will have an answer to your questions. Don't hesitate to ask. Enjoy your travels. I absolutely agree, our first was a brand new 2005 Palomino 21SD, awesome rig. But it got small as our kids got big. We went that small because of towing capacity (92 Chevy Conversion Van which struggled on every hill). I originally had my eye on something 2 feet bigger which in hindsight would have served us longer but was 500 lbs heavier so had to pass. 13 seasons later we have a 28 ft rig (our third). You may not be able to plan 10 years out for your needs but look at the next 5. Age and size of the kids, any pets going. Think it through, RV are always "on sale" somewhere. Don't shy away from used if the price is right. We've had one ordered from the factory (1st HTT) one used off the lot and one new off the lot. On getting used, my advice is this, if you smell mildew or mold when you walk in then walk away. And the sales person is not your friend, he/she is focused on earning a commission check to put food on their table. Once you leave he/she is on the next buyer.....
searfoss 04/04/18 11:13am Travel Trailers
RE: Highway Driving

On the highway I drive on the right if possible but always in the smoothest lane. I have been on highways that if I stayed in the lane I would have a mess in the TT to clean up, (78 between rt 100 and Cabela's was a good example but paved now)
searfoss 04/04/18 10:55am Travel Trailers
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