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RE: Park in South Central Florida

I always check out the places I might go to personally, I did check out Arcata and Sebring, I didn't like the area and crossed it off my list. I favor Palmetto, Bradenton, Sarasota and Lakeland areas myself, Ocala area is nice but gets a little colder than the areas I listed. Would go to Naples if it weren't so expensive.That's my humble opinion.
Retiredblade 02/11/14 08:02am Snowbirds
RE: Can I carry loaded gun in my Camper?

I've heard its considered a 2nd home & being its a truck camper I have no access to the guns without parking & unlocking the back door & climbing to get them. Go to www.gunlawguide.com It's the updated info on what you would ever want to know about the 50 states gun laws. Some folks aren't up on gun laws so I wouldn't put to much stock in their advice.
Retiredblade 09/14/13 04:17pm Truck Campers
RE: Simple question on a DP...

they love to over charge DP owners.. I usually don't respond to ridiculous statements like this one, but this time I can't help myself. You obviously have no idea of the task and amount of labor involved in removing 40' of hose and then re-routing and securing new hose from the rear of a coach and back up to the front. Add in the cost of re-charging, testing and making sure the system is operating properly and $1000.00 is not unreasonable at all. I agree with you, I would hate to replace that A/C hose on my DP, knowing where it is routed through. If mine needed replaced, I would not do it myself, I would NOT pay $1,000 to have it replaced, it would stay broke and I would use one of my two roof a/c to cool going down the road.
Retiredblade 09/12/13 04:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1998 Georgie Boy - House Batteries not engaging

In my motor home I have a Xantrex inverter/charger. I have a cable that comes from the positive side of the house batteries to a large fuse. On the other side of the fuse a large cable goes to the inverter/charger to the Positive terminal on the inverter, then the neg side of the inverter a large cable goes to ground. On the same terminal after the fuse that the positive terminal connects to a slightly smaller cable goes to the 12v fuse board where all the little (car) fuses are. yours may be wired the same. I am now also having about the same problem and won't take up space to explain mine. Do what I did, call Tech support at Xantrex and tell him your problem, if you have another brand, call their tech support. He told me that I have a problem with my AC board in the inverter and gave me the number of the nearest authorized repair facility. I called and am sending my unit this morning to them for a over haul. A new unit is $1,200-$1,600, cost to repair mine and refurbishing will be around $450.-$500. it is worth fixing. But call Tech support, don't throw money at something until you know it is the problem. I figured my inverter was the problem after checking and checking but wanted to make sure before I went any further. Feel free to P.M. if you want.
Retiredblade 09/12/13 04:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yuma

One thing is sure about opinions! Everyone has one. Chris If you have never been there, try it, then you can make your own opinion. I was there five years ago and I liked it, true, water is bad, but I've heard it is better in the Foothills. Wind? It is occasionally, it's windy, very windy in Florida at times. I Wintered in Florida, I like it better. Texas? I don't go below Dallas, and I just go there to visit mother-in-law.
Retiredblade 08/10/13 03:46pm Snowbirds
RE: GMAC Insurance

I just got my annual motor home insurance bill from State Farm, been with them 48 Years, it went up from $704. to $741. I started shopping around getting quotes. Good Sam (GMAC or whatever company they went with wants $420. a year, and that includes my car! Something is fishy. Got a quote from progressive, they give you three, good, better, and best $125.00 a year, $714. a year, or $850. a year. Then got one from Allied, I guess that is Nationwide for $521.75. What a difference in prices, I'm going to talk to Farmers Ins. this week. I am worried that if I go with one of these cut rate insurance companies and I have a claim that I have to fight with them over the phone where as with State Farm I can walk up to my local office and sit down and talk with my agent. My head is spinning!
Retiredblade 08/06/13 05:42am Good Sam Insurance
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