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RE: This came as a surprise

Sadly I had the same thing happen when I parked my TT in the street along the side of my home and unhooked to get supplies for my planned camping trip. I apparently have a disgruntled neighbor who apparently turned me in because he didn't like RV's parked in the street. A cop showed up at my door giving me a warning for not having a tow vehicle attached to my trailer. It was news to me be apparently not to my disgruntled neighbor.
1mtnman 12/21/14 12:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2015 Ram and Torklift 2124

I would think your best sort of advise would be to call Torklift. Their serviced is outstanding.
1mtnman 12/10/14 04:19pm Truck Campers
RE: "Import" in full sized truck?

I once had a Mitchell Fishing Hut and hauled it on a 1/2 ton pickup. Sounds like it is just what you are looking for.
1mtnman 12/05/14 07:51am Truck Campers
RE: ? For those with Truck Campers

Here is my solution to cope with my skeptical Golden. http://i.imgur.com/0BKoRJu.jpg width=640
1mtnman 11/20/14 08:31am RV Pet Stop
RE: Recommended camper for 2500 truck

There are several campers that will work on your pickup. You may have to beef up your suspension or tires as a lot of us do but ass long as you find a camper that will not be more than 3000-3300 when loaded you should be fine.
1mtnman 11/17/14 02:46pm Truck Campers
Fall Truck camping in Colorado

1mtnman 11/12/14 03:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Host Aspen SB

Wow that would have to be some 2500HD to haul that beast. That is a beautiful camper but will weigh over 4000lbs when loaded I'm sure.
1mtnman 11/11/14 06:48pm Truck Campers
RE: Scared -first time for everything

BigFoot strikes again!!
1mtnman 11/04/14 12:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: What a new husband is learning while RVing Fulltime

My spouse are coming up on 60 year of married bliss in 58 days. Fifty four years of those we have been RV'ers. Took me 6 years to convince her that we needed an RV!
1mtnman 10/31/14 02:04pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Time to get serious. Sold TT and got a new RAM.

I think potential truck camper RVers focus too much on waste tank capacities. I have been out 13 times this year in my Wolf Creek and have never had to dump my tanks because they were full. The fact of the matter is a high percentage of your camping will not be in the in the back country without dump facilities. You may want to think they will be but I can assure you that they won.t be. Many of you live in areas where that is not possible. I live in an area where boondocking is a reality and I am always able to get to a dump facility if I need one. The moral of the story is "be realistic in your demands". What you dream about doing and what you are actually able to do are entirely different.
1mtnman 10/30/14 04:09pm Truck Campers
RE: Water tank pj

This method that I use now is a bit difficult to explain but those of you who can visualize will catch on quickly. I must admit this is not a new method and I picked it up on some RV forum. Using a water container(7 gal container) and the winterizing, place the hose you would normally use to supply RV antifreeze to your pump in the water container. Turn the valve on. Go outside to your outdoor shower and remove the shower hose. Replace shower hose with a length of hose that will reach your input area where you fill your tanks. Turn the outside shower cold water valve on. Go back inside your RV and turn on the pump. This method will pump water out of your water container through your system into your onboard water tank.
1mtnman 10/28/14 04:27pm Truck Campers
RE: Hiking Snowbirds

This is a very nice Arizona State park with several nice hikes. Catalina Also Gilbert Ray campground on the west side of Tucson has several hikes out of the park.
1mtnman 10/27/14 03:10pm Snowbirds
RE: Water tank pj

That seems like a lot of money for a tank. Might be fine if it were installed somewhere in the camper. My tank is 35 gallons and I have never run out where I needed more water reserve. When I had a trailer I did carry a 7 gal tank of water and used a small pump I purchased at HF to pump the water into the holding tank. Way less money than you are talking about.
1mtnman 10/24/14 03:32pm Truck Campers

If you are intent on quiet and private you won't find it in RMNP. Unless they are able to pave the main road into Moraine P:ark it will be very busy and quite dusty as it was this fall. Generators are allowed in RMNP campgrounds. These conditions are not unusual in most national parks. They are all busy,
1mtnman 10/18/14 08:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: fastguns at full length?

You can get a coupler at your local hardware store along with a 1/2 inch threaded rod. You can cut the threaded rod to the required length.
1mtnman 10/08/14 07:25am Truck Campers
RE: GM overstates 2014 tow ratings by almost 25%

Better research on your part would have indicated that a 308 ratio is inadequate for towing a trailer of the size you have.
1mtnman 10/02/14 09:03am Travel Trailers
RE: Another truck and camper match question...

You will be at a loaded weight of close to 3000 lbs by the time you ready to travel especially with bikes and such. Any 2500 series pickup is going to require some suspension mods regardless of what make it is. I would recommend a 3500 series and if you do decide to go to a larger camper you won't be sorry.
1mtnman 09/22/14 06:47am Truck Campers
RE: Satellite TV

I find that setting up HDTV is much easier than setting up SD. I line up satellite 101 using signal meter on the DirectTV menu and my inline signal meter. If your signal strength is 90+ on 101 you should be good on the other two channels you need for HDTV.
1mtnman 09/11/14 03:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: New guy here needs help

Are we to assume this is not to be a full time way of life? You will need to consider a TC that has heated tanks and is rated as a four season camper I would think.
1mtnman 09/10/14 02:53pm Truck Campers
RE: Up coming trip to Wyoming

A great location and very friendly management. Within walking distance of museum.
1mtnman 08/26/14 06:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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