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RE: Carriage Carri Lite 36KS3 - Opinions?

We are looking at a purchasing a 5th wheel to put on our RV lot in Georgia. We've never had a 5th wheel. It will stay on the lot, so travel will not be an issue. We are considering a 2006 Carri LIte 36KS3. Does anybody have any thoughts, tips or guidance as to this purchase? Any known issues with this particular model? Anything we should be on the lookout for? Is that the floor plan you like? Yes. We like the split bathroom, and island kitchen. Is there a problem with this floor plan? It's not set in stone.
Klueck 07/26/16 05:32am Fifth-Wheels
Carriage Carri Lite 36KS3 - Opinions?

We are looking at a purchasing a 5th wheel to put on our RV lot in Georgia. We've never had a 5th wheel. It will stay on the lot, so travel will not be an issue. We are considering a 2006 Carri LIte 36KS3. Does anybody have any thoughts, tips or guidance as to this purchase? Any known issues with this particular model? Anything we should be on the lookout for?
Klueck 07/25/16 08:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire Monitors.....

We always leave ours on. We can replace our batteries ourselves on the system we now have, so we just replace them every year.
Klueck 06/10/16 06:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Bathroom sink drains slowly - could be check valve?

There is a gadget called a zip strip you can buy at Walmart, Home Depot. It has ragged edges, you slip it down the drain and pull up hair, gunk. Try that first. Cheap.
Klueck 06/10/16 06:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Temp in RV

If you're concenred about your pet, it's best not to leave it in a Rv without AC while you are gone. It gets HOT real fast in an Rv, even a well insulated one. We are in Florida unfortunately, and are concerned about our cats. We bought this gadget that will send us a text if the temp inside the MH goes outside of the temperature parameters we set for it. It needs power to run, but not internet. It will alert you if you lose power, but if you're trying to boondock, this may not be the answer for you either. Smart Home
Klueck 06/05/16 08:40am Beginning RVing
RE: Vinyl Plank Flooring

We've installed Allure in two motorhomes now. The newer style snaps together, rather than sticks like the older version. Use the newer style. It works well, and holds up. I would definitely advise you to put a sub floor down first. The Alure looks and is very thick, but believe me, the little bumps in the subfloor will start to show. We've had ours down about 5 years now I think.
Klueck 06/05/16 08:32am Fifth-Wheels
Looking for Online website to order tires

In the past I have seen people post that they ordered tires online and got good prices. The tires are delivered to their shop of choice for mounting. I cannot remember these online sites or remember their names. Any help? The ones I have do not have large tires for a DP motorhome.
Klueck 05/29/16 10:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Key West in May

We spend a lot of time in KW and we love the sunset celebration every night on Mallory Square. Unfortunately, it's not the same in the summer as it is during the winter/high season. Many of the street entertainers are no longer there, so it looses something in summer. There are no shortages of bars and happy hours. The Hogfish Bar on Stock Island is owned by the same owners as Geiger Key Restaurant and GK is in a much nicer area and with no shady characters. It's on Geiger Key about mile marker 13 or 14. Go and get a hogfish sandwich. It's going to be hot and humid in May so be prepared. KW becomes a lot less fun when it's so hot. If you like to snorkel, take a trip out to Looe Key Reef. Looe Key Dive shop takes a couple trips out there every day. Every evening before sunset there are all kinds of boats leaving from the marina to take a sunset cruise. They parade back and forth along Mallory Square while the sun sets. It's beautiful from the shore and I assume also beautiful from a boat, although we've never been. There are all kinds of boats and trips to choose from. I think you'd like it. As far as Dry Tortugas...it's a long trip out and not terribly exciting or comfortable. The Tortugas are spectacular, especially if you snorkel, but you don't get much time there. It seems to be a little expensive for one day. We did it years ago and spent the night in a tent. It was hot as hell though. We liked the Hemingway House too. We've taken the buses. We usually park at the Kmart plaza and catch it from there, but it doesn't get you right down to Duval Street (which is where all the action is). We're not late night people either and like you we like happy hours, but in KW we have been known to stay out until midnight!~~~
Klueck 03/09/16 06:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fiberglass roof maintenance

Yea. It's much better than caulk in my opinion. It lasts.....
Klueck 03/09/16 06:29am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Campgrounds in the Keys

Unfortunately, 2 big rv parks in the Keys are closing this year due to being bought by condo developers. That will cut hundreds of campsites for next winter. We bought a lot there a few years ago, knowing what was coming.
Klueck 02/28/16 06:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Florida Keys in May

We have a rv lot in the lower Keys on Cudjoe Key. It's 20 miles from Key West in a resort community. PM me if you would like more info. We rent it out when we're not using it.
Klueck 02/28/16 06:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Finding the "real" Florida

Are you really sure you want to go to Miami? There are a lot of better beaches than the traffic and crime you will deal with in Miami. The east coast has waves and more wind. The gulf coast has some nice white sandy beaches, calm seas and less wind. In other words you can enjoy the beach more. The beaches gulf side from around Tarpon Springs down are nice. North of Tarpon Springs you get a lot of oyster beds and not many sandy beaches. Finding spaces on the spur of the moment is difficult enough in the winter, but finding spaces that will fit a 42 ft rig is going to be a lot more difficult. You will probably need to concentrate on the less popular places, like north of Orlando and into the Panhandle. The further south, the warmer it is, the more expensive it is and the harder to find a site last minute. (and this is last minute) It gets pretty cold in north Florida in the winter. My definition of the real florida is the springs and rivers in north Central Florida. Rainbow River, Silver River, Weeki Wachee River, Manatee Blue Springs, Blue Springs, Silver Springs, Ichetucknee springs, Ginnie Springs. Basically go on the Fl state parks website and look at the springs and pictures. It's a lovely area and one not to be missed. Getting your rig into many of the state parks will be tricky and they book up 11 months in advance. In fact the most popular places in Fl book for next season before the people leave for the summer. You might get lucky and get a cancellation. Not in the price range you mentioned, but if you change your mind, we aren't going to be able to get down to our RV lot in the Keys this winter due to my Mom's health issues. We'll be renting it out, but price wise, it's more than you budgeted. Of course the Keys is the BEST place in Florida to winter...which is why we bought a lot. :) BTW, we are in Quail Run Rv resort in Wesley Chapel, plenty of large concrete spots but it's already half full and completely reserved for the winter. You might call and see if there are cancellations, but they usually quit putting people on the cancellation list pretty quickly. Good luck and enjoy Florida.
Klueck 11/09/15 05:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Leaving your RV where you winter

I see more and more people leaving their rv's here in Florida. We probably will do that at some point, but we will leave one on our rv lot in the north GA mountains and one on our lot in the Fl Keys. We'll do like you did and find something inexpensive. Sounds like a great deal.
Klueck 11/06/15 05:47am Snowbirds
RE: Need advice on Fla. this winter

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Klueck 11/02/15 06:51am Snowbirds
RE: Lot owners! Watch out for scams.

We have lots for rent and I rarely deposit the actual check. I use my online banking, scan the check and then I have the original check. I wonder if they have my account info when they get the copy?
Klueck 10/30/15 06:52am Snowbirds
RE: Key largo campgrounds

Point of View campground on Key Largo is nice. It's fairly new, but you definitely need to make reservations asap. Actually, you needed to make reservations 10 months ago.
Klueck 10/30/15 06:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking at used DP's?

We like to talk to the previous owner. We asked the salesman for the manuals and we found the previous owner there. We called him and asked plenty of questions. We ended up buying our DP and have been happy with it. Sometimes the dealers will give you the previous owners information, sometimes you can snoop and find it.
Klueck 10/30/15 06:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaves In the Smokie Mountains

We were there yesterday in Cherokee, NC. The leaves are just starting to change. It's always spotty. We found better color in north Ga on the way to Franklin, NC than we did in the GSMNP. Elevation does not always determine color, so when you get there take some rides. The Cherohala Skyway is lovely when its at peak. Coming from Florida, you will love it, whether the leaves are at peak or not. It's been absolutely perfect here with days in the 70s and nights in the 50's. It's getting colder this week, so bring some warm clothes. We are Floridians too, so can relate.
Klueck 10/10/15 09:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Flordia in January?

Campgrounds can be tricky in Florida. Each year thousands and thousands and thousands of snowbirds bring their Rv's to Florida. You may find campgrounds but you need to make reservations and I personally wouldn't want to take a chance, but we have a large MH so we're limited as to where we can go. The state parks are very very nice. I don't think there is a bad one in the state.
Klueck 10/10/15 09:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hurricane Joaquin - BIG CHANGE IN PLANS

I'd stay put too if you're in a well built house. No need to be traveling with the potential of strong winds and rain.
Klueck 10/01/15 07:35am Snowbirds
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