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RE: Best route to assateague island?

Route of your choice to Viginia Beach & across the CBBT. I have it routed as north on CBBT then north on 13, north on 113, to 376 east to 611 south. Ive read that GPS is pretty much useless and has sent folks in the wrong directions. Any other tips?
suprz 09/22/17 07:38am Roads and Routes
Best route to assateague island?

Coming from cape canaveral in florida north to assateague island and need suggestions on best route for a 31 foot Class c motorhome Thx!
suprz 09/21/17 06:48pm Roads and Routes
RE: Newbie from RI

Hello and congrats! From another RI'er...
suprz 09/21/17 06:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: Tree sap remover?

I have found that Eternabond brand "Eternaclean" works very well on my TPO roof for getting sap off. It comes out freezing cold and the sap just chips off. Don't know what it will do on the paint of the cab though
suprz 09/10/17 06:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Irma

Well, we knew there was a risk, but you have to do what you can with work, etc... We are going with positive attitudes
suprz 09/08/17 10:09am Roads and Routes
RE: Irma

I picked a hell of a year to visit the florida keys, Disney, etc.... Oh well, we will just play it by ear. We leave around the 20th
suprz 09/08/17 09:36am Roads and Routes
RE: BBQ for RV

I bet i will get some comments on this BUT... We still use the RVQ that came with our old pop up trailer. Perfect for the 2 of us. I just never leave it unattended. It is far enough from the Rv sidewall so there is no heat on the rig, and it is what we use
suprz 08/25/17 02:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Jayco quesions

I wish more than anything that my greyhawk had a fiberglass roof! The TPO that came on mine is just too flimsy in MY OPINION. ( didn't want to start a debate. Lol)
suprz 08/24/17 10:16am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jayco quesions

Yeah I'm just trying to crack the nut if the fiberglass roof is laminated like the exterior walls, or if it's real fiberglass. Im guessing they are using a molded one piece roof and its being blown into the mold with chop strand like a boat hull. Probably cause its cheaper. But i'll bet you can call Jayco customer support and get an answer. 1-800-517-9137
suprz 08/24/17 02:42am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jayco quesions

She is own her own getting back there. No, just kidding. I don't mind stopping for a few minutes to let her stretch out on the couch. She just needs to elevate her feet for a while everyday to keep the swelling to a minimum. So for you folks that have the Greyhawk....what is your opinion of the roof? I hate rubber roofs, and love my Bigfoot roof. It's chopper gun fiberglass not a laminated filon. What is the Greyhawk? i know I could call a dealer, but not sure i would believe anything they said. We need to go looking when I get over my back surgery. My 2006 has a TPO roof, i wish it had a fiberglass roof! According to what I just read, the 2017 greyhawk 29 comes with a one piece fiberglass roof
suprz 08/23/17 01:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jayco quesions

If your wife has problems with her feet etc.. Will she be able to safely walk around inside of any class motorhome while it is moving? Not being sarcastic, i have a Jayco greyhawk that I love, but it's like a carnival fun house tying to walk in it while it's moving
suprz 08/23/17 08:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Do you use TV hookups at the parks you stay at?

Like others said, if it is a destination park, then yes cable. If its a pass thru kind of park, not really necessary to have cable. BUT... If you plan on having FULL hookup sites, most folks that pay for those expect cable hookups
suprz 08/22/17 01:24pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Factory water filter

We don't drink from the tap, we use it to wash dishes and shower though
suprz 08/22/17 12:34pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Factory water filter

Well, i hope that if my coach came with one, that it has either been changed by the last owner, or it was bypassed. Otherwise i have a 11 year old filter! :E
suprz 08/22/17 08:17am Class C Motorhomes
Factory water filter

According to the owners manual for my 2006 Jayco Greyhawk 31SS, it has a water filter. I have had this coach for over 3 years. I have been ALL over it trying to find it. There seems to be great confusion as to where the filter can be located. Does anyone know where to find it?
suprz 08/22/17 03:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Are all "Slide Outs" created equally? What to look for

Well, nowadays not many coaches dont come with a slideout. There are many configurations of slideout seals from different manufacturers. I really think that you have to do your research, and make your own choices. Of course most folks will say the better the coach, the better the quality. Go out and look at different makes and models of rv's and the slide mechanisms and seals. You may find one that just clicks with you. Now for a independent opinion all my own, i will NEVER own a rv with Schwintek slide mechanism. PERIOD. Two small electric motors that MUST be run synchronized or the slide can "rack" and get stuck. The motors are too small for the size / weight of many slides. The track mechanism is prone to galling / stripping...etc...etc... I saw the new powergear slide mechanism on a winnebago class c recently ( powergear was bought by Lippert Components inc same company that brought you schwintek) and it is not impressive either. Looks like they are trying to re-engineer the schwintek system. Luckily i have the older powergear slideechanism
suprz 08/21/17 01:38pm Beginning RVing
RE: I love my Jayco.... But....

it is wrapped so that it doesnt blow out while going down the road. Thats what i figured, but there should be at least a weep hole to let any water out
suprz 08/20/17 06:18pm Class C Motorhomes
I love my Jayco.... But....

I think it was built on a friday at 5pm! I pulled the rear plastic trim that sits in the metal channel that connects back piece to the side piece, and the screws from the bottom up to about 6ft off the ground were at a upward angle, and then from that height up to the roof, they were on a downward angle! So if i am reading this right, the guy put the screws in from the ground until he could no longer reach, then got on a ladder and went from the roof down..... And then of course, there is the little thing that made me pull the plastic insert / trim to begin with, the end of the insert does not just end at the bottom of the wall, it wraps back up under the metal trim, which effectively makes a great way to plug up any water that gets in the trim channel, and wants to drip out. Well, i took every screw out, coated it with dicor, and filled each hole with dicor before i put the screw back in. And then i left a big enough gap at the bottom so that any water that gets in, can drain out... And that was my day....
suprz 08/20/17 05:59pm Class C Motorhomes
Tree sap removal

Any ideas how to remove tree sap from a tpo roof?
suprz 08/17/17 07:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Painting vent cover?

Simpler solution, they have a cushion that fits from the inside. Insulates the opening and blocks the light very well. Plus in a couple years you don't have covers that are peeling because paint doesn't stick well to the plastic. I have one, but sometimes it will just pop out on its own and wake us up.
suprz 08/17/17 06:35am General RVing Issues
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