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RE: An hour on Google but I give up !

I agree nice mid level coach.
stickdog 06/22/18 12:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Room mates Peel and Stick tile

Depending on the adhesive on the tiles you may have a problem still as not all adhesives are compatible.
stickdog 06/21/18 01:51pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Opintions on a chaser car

DW has followed me for 50,000 miles. Walkie talkies or family radios if you prefer. We figure 50 mph average with bathroom breaks. We only do 250 miles a day, but we're retired.
stickdog 06/20/18 01:54am Family Camping
RE: What do you tell the campground?

Our 36rssb3 is 37ft pin to back cap. I always say 38.
stickdog 06/20/18 01:38am Travel Trailers
RE: How to level a Class C?

If you're going to level with blocks the best item to get are hoppy levels. Level your RV once and you then can tell how many blocks or boards and where they need to go. As far as using blocks under hydraulic jacks some think the less extension the sturdier the rig.
stickdog 06/20/18 01:16am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Filling up at gas station

I alwys try to find fuel stations away from cities, land is cheaper in the country so most of those stations have larger lots to maneuver. We also travel US highways and state truck routes where you will find mini truckstops that cater to the local haul trade. Usally with two or three diesel pumps with easy access and egress. I have had to back out once due to convienence store shopper blocking my planned exit. Guess he/she had to wait on the nocho cheeze warm up or there was long line at the restroom.
stickdog 06/18/18 01:53am Travel Trailers
RE: CG reservations required? ALCAN / Alaska

We haven't made any reservtions till where we are now in Palmer AK because we were going to be here over the weekend and it being Fathers day. However if your pushing miles it may be a good thing to call ahead. We stop early as we're not in a rush and have alwys found a site. The parks do fillup as the day progresses. Also in some areas your selection of sites may be limited depending on your rig size. We ran into that in '15', sites available but none our 5er would fit. No need to call till the day before unless the area is a destination spot.
stickdog 06/18/18 01:30am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Eliminating Cook Top/ Oven Combo Box

If you want to get rid of the oven and just have a cooktop and willing to pop for one if your not successfull separating them I'd do it.
stickdog 06/17/18 02:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: dumb question about my fridge

Leave it automatic leave the propane on. That said if you need to stop for fuel turn the fridge off before entering the pump islands. You can turn it back on after you fuel and exit the islands. The only place you need to turn off the fridge and close the propane tanks off is if your route takes you through tunnels. Again you can turn both on after exiting. Towed my last 5er 50,000 miles and this is the saftest way.
stickdog 06/14/18 11:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Eurochair

Bonded leather looks nice but doesn't last. Cracks and peeles. Google the difference between bonded leather and genuine leather.
stickdog 06/14/18 10:06pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Email from Camping World

As fultimers and volunteers we spend several months at time in various states. We spent last summer in Colorado. Lately been getting my facebook filled with political ads from Colorado. We haven't been there since we left last September. Seems like someone is paying for old data.
stickdog 06/13/18 07:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Water Line Help

Remove the aerators and soak them in vinegar.
stickdog 06/06/18 11:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Routing wires

Easiest would be to drop the belly pan.
stickdog 06/06/18 02:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newbie here... Shower issues already

You must have had some high pressure to blow off the valve. Were you using a pressure regulator? There often is an access to the valve sometime in another room or in a cabinet.
stickdog 06/06/18 02:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Was retirement for you a good or not so good choice?

I retired at 60 1/2. Carpenter for 43 years. In December of 09 boss told me he only had 2 jobs on the books the one I was on and one that wouldn't start till August. Desided it was time to put the tools away. Put in for my retirement let the young guys fight for the jobs. Retired March 1st. Bought a used,5th wheel the 19 March and hit the road April 19. We,DW and I now have 6000 hours each volunteering with USFWS,USFS,USACE and a couple state parks. Can't think of a better way to spend our retirement.
stickdog 06/03/18 05:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Am I missing something....Ford crew cab rear seat?

Have you read your owners manual, might find what you're looking for.
stickdog 06/03/18 12:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: electrical system

If you're conected to AC your converter should supply your DC needs as well as charge your batteries.
stickdog 06/03/18 12:16pm Tech Issues
RE: Toilet Keeps Running In My RV ??

Some times with high mineral water, deposits will form around the valve. Occasionally a piece will break off and clog the valve. I have had this problem with a previous RV comode. Try stepping on the foot pedal and release it quickly several times. This worked for me at least as a temporary fix.
stickdog 06/03/18 12:08pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: New Madrid Fault

You might be lucky and have a repeat while you're there.
stickdog 06/02/18 09:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I-95 is the “middle of nowhere”?

Yesterday, i called GSRA. I gave my location as I-95, South Carolina, southbound at mile marker 51. I had a flat tire with a good spare. The agent told me this was insufficient information to locate me, as she was in Texas, and did not know where that was, and asked what city I was close to.i replied that I did not know,only that I could see the mile marker. After 2 hours, the agent called me back and said she could not find a provider as I was in the “middle of nowhere” and would I like her to contact the highway patrol, maybe they could help me. Twenty minutes later the South Carolina state police had a wrecker on the scene. Why am I paying Good Sam, if my best option is to call the state police? The agent seemed to be poorly trained, and, obviously did not have the tools at her disposal to help me. I noticed you have a truck and a 5th wheel and have a complete spare for truck or 5th wheel and not able to replace the spare yourself, cant be that hard. I'll be 69 this year and those tires are heavier than they were a few years ago. Now it might be the OP had a novice GS agent but their not all that way. We've had excllent service with GS. The OP should have asked for a different agent or made a new call in. Some times you have to demand service and if you can't get it from 1st tier you move up the chain.
stickdog 06/02/18 04:30pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
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