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RE: Which exhaust brake would you recommend

The PacBrake kit does include a 12 volt air compressor. As I recall I paid about $1200 for the kit and my son and I installed it ourselves in about a day. This was money and time well spent if ou are going to be towing in mountains or over hilly country. I also installed a set of air horns at the same time since I had air available. You also get a kit to mount an air coupling o you truck to inflate tires, beach balls, air mattresses, etc. This also came in handy.
wborst 08/21/14 10:36am Tow Vehicles
RE: Which exhaust brake would you recommend

I just completed a 3800 mile trip pulling my 1200 pound camper with the PacBrake Exhaust Brake. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!! We went through the Ozark Mountains in Missouri and never had to use the service brakes while traveling the interstate. The exhaust brake did a fantastic job maintaining my cruise setting going down hill. I would HIGHLY recommend this device to anyone who tows a heavy trailer. It was money well spent. :B
wborst 08/18/14 03:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Seeking Helpers

Where is the campground located?
wborst 04/04/14 10:37am Workamping Forum
RE: How much does it cost to replace old carpet with new?

I just had my carpet replaced in the lounge area including the 2 slide-outs. They also replaced the carpet on the steps going to the bedroom/bath area. The total cost was $805. They put down new heavier padding, better quality carpet and installed it with tack strips instead of millions of staples. As stated above, it did take them a few days to get the edged bound for the slide-out pieces. They did a great job. It really looks nice. I had a flooring company do the job for me. Bill
wborst 03/10/14 10:50am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sewer hose recommendations

Been using valterra dominator. Keeps its shape, fits in bumper etc. X2 on the Dominator
wborst 02/12/14 11:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Which exhaust brake would you recommend

Well, I finally did it. I bought the PacBrake C44052 kit. My son (Who is a ASE Certified Master Mechanic and also the Service Manager at the local Dodge dealer) and I installed it a couple of weeks ago. I have not had a chance to use it while towing yet, but I am anxious to do so. When driving the truck without the camper, it does a great job slowing down to about 20 mph. I'll let you know about the performance with the 12,000 lb camper behind. Happy Rving, Bill
wborst 01/22/14 10:15am Tow Vehicles
RE: Winterizing In the South

What's the big deal about winterizing. It only take about 20 minutes to blow out the water lines and pour about half of a gallon of antifreeze into the drain traps. At a cost of 20 minutes in time and $2.00 in antifreeze, it would be worth it to me not to even question whether I need to worry about freezing. Just my .02! :B
wborst 11/30/13 07:22am Beginning RVing
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