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RE: What now? Have my route mapped out...

You might want to get the Allstays App for Low clearances.
Klueck 06/30/15 08:23am Beginning RVing
RE: Norcold N611 Won't Work on Propane

Here is a blog post from some friends that had what appears to be the same issue. here
Klueck 06/30/15 08:18am Tech Issues
RE: Great Smoky Mtn-Cataloochee

There are waterfall hikes all over that area. Once you get there, you will be able to find a lot of literature giving you suggestions for hikes. I don't remember any places in particular, but that area is loaded with great hiking and many have waterfalls of some sort.
Klueck 06/30/15 08:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New Toilet

Just make sure the bolts on the closet flange will match on the one you're getting.
Klueck 06/23/15 06:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Toilet Flapper won't open up

We had an electric Aria toilet and had nothing but problems and it was a very, very expensive toilet. Finally the electrical components failed and we replaced it with an ARia non electric (still having problems with that too and it's also a very expensive toilet) There should be a way to manually flush the toilet until you can get it worked out. Do you have a manual? On ours, we had to reach around behind it to manually flush. Not fun, but do-able.
Klueck 06/23/15 06:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling from nj to florida

It sounds like you may need to make some shorter trips first. That way you'll get a feel for this. I assume this is a travel trailer? Do you have a heavy enough truck? What are the DOT dates on the tires? If they are over 5 years old, they need to be replaced regardless of what they look like. We use a Garmin GPS, Google maps and sometimes Microsoft Streets and Trips to plan our trips. We travel only about 200 miles per day and stay around 60mph, but we have a diesel motorhome. If you are pulling a trailer you may need to go slower to avoid sway. Again, I suggest a few trips much closer to home first.
Klueck 06/23/15 06:45am Travel Trailers
RE: Disaster Strikes

Glad the MH didn't roll down the hill and over a mountain or something! We have cats. We put a plastic cover over ours and a clothespin under the lever....just in case. When the forensics come back, will the guilty party be severely punished? ha ha
Klueck 06/23/15 06:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: lightning damage question

It should providing you purchased comprehensive coverage.
Klueck 06/22/15 06:43am Tech Issues
RE: lightning damage question

It should providing you purchased comprehensive coverage.
Klueck 06/22/15 06:42am Tech Issues
RE: Stains on roof of MH

is it a rubber roof or fiberglass? A magic eraser will clean a fiberglass one.
Klueck 06/20/15 06:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do you know if your exhaust brake is working?

This is a good question, as we have wondered the same thing. Our issue is when we use the EB, we slow down but the rpm's get too high when and we have to use the foot brake. This happens going down hills.
Klueck 06/20/15 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire monitor saved my trip

That is a very good reason to choose a TPMS that not only monitors air pressure, but temperature as well. That was a requirement when we chose our TST system. Glad all worked out well.
Klueck 06/20/15 06:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TPMS--------flow thru or not

WE have the TST system and the guy there recommended we use the flow through on the motorhome and the non flow through on the truck/toad. The reason was because the flow through ones stick out further and are more visible so better not to have them on the toad. We've been very happy with their new system where you can change batteries yourselves.
Klueck 06/20/15 06:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rating Basis on Motorhome insurance Coverage

Rgatinjet1. Is this Fulltimers coverage? I would need more than $5000 personal effects coverage.
Klueck 06/18/15 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping World Online ordering

I order most everything from e-Bay. Amazon charges sales tax now (in Florida anyway) but e-Bay doesn't. I've found better prices than CW as well.
Klueck 06/18/15 08:36am Travel Trailers
RE: Satellite help

We have a wingard traveler on the roof. Push the button and it finds the signal...best money we ever spent! We have Directv with the Genie DRV. It cost about $2000 4 years ago... maybe $2200. It's not cheap, but well worth it, but we are FT.
Klueck 06/18/15 07:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air Conditioner drain

Our motorhome has hoses on both units and the water drains out underneath the front and the back of the coach. If yours has that, maybe the hose is plugged or kinked.
Klueck 06/18/15 07:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rate Increase For No Reason

We received an increase from National General, and also one last year as well. Be sure to check the "rating basis" dollar amount. Motorhomes depreciate each year, make sure the figure they use to rate your MH lowers as well. I'm waiting a call back from our agent on this matter. Our rating basis amount is $50k more than the ACV-actual cash value
Klueck 06/18/15 07:49am Good Sam Insurance
Rating Basis on Motorhome insurance Coverage

We've had our motorhome insured with National Interstate for 4 years now. When we first got it, we were able to insure the agreed value of the motorhome, meaning in the event of a total loss, we would be paid the agreed stated value. After a few years our coach reached the maximum age they will insure for agreed value (8 years I think) and they started to insure it for ACV (actual cash value, minus depreciation) The extra premium for the agreed value came off, so I thought we were good. Last year we got a rate increase. I called and they said it was a normal rate increase. I let it go. This year we got another rate increase so I called around for quotes. Unfortunately, I was unable to find anything cheaper, but the agent at Gilbert RV Insurance in Florida told me the "rating basis" on our policy may need to be lowered as they were basing our premiums on that figure which was NOT the amount we would get should we have a total loss. I am waiting a call back from our agent, so I don't know if it will reduce our premiums, but the agent at Gilbert Insurance told me we should review this amount every year or two to make sure it wasn't higher than the actual cash value of the rv. Just wanted to share. It's listed right on the dec page and it says "rating basis" and there is a dollar figure next to it.
Klueck 06/18/15 07:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Insurance - Options

We've been insured with National Interstate for 4 years. Last year and again this year, we had a significant rate increase with no accidents or claims. I checked around and got a few other quotes and none were any cheaper.
Klueck 06/18/15 07:32am Class A Motorhomes
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