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RE: What exactly does "Second AC Prep" mean

Until an owner or tech who's installed the second A/C on pretty much the same model and year of Ever-Lite comes along and tells us, My Answer: Whatever the Builder and Vendor want it to mean... Ideally, there'll be Dedicated Circuit Breaker Wiring for Power and Thermostat already installed Some information on how to do the addition, like where to find that wiring We bought an old Class C with "generator prep" and it had An empty compartment that fit a generator Wiring from that compartment back to the shore tie box (with BARE wires) Control wiring we never would have found without an electrician's "fox and hound" wire detection gadget And... NO fuel line! Called Factory, they said "we did't provide fuel lines in prep" The original owners we bought our present Class C from, wanted a second Fantastic Fan. In that case, the 12VDC wiring to power one was already there. But no wiring for another wall mounted control, like the OEM one has. Proceed with caution! Looking at your travel map, if you have a trailer that's big enough to be 50 Amp, you won't just Want a second A/C - You'll NEED it. I found This Page and see only Pre-Wire = Yes. This for 294RKS Travel Trailer. It seemed there's a 50 Amp option that ups the standard A/C from 13500 (that will NEVER cool a 30-something coach in Texas) to 15000 and also adds the pre-wire. Does not say what the pre-wire feature involves. Thanks J-D. We are currently trying to buy a preowned fifth wheel to put on our lot in the Keys. We NEED a good 2nd air and many do not have them. Good post.
Klueck 01/13/17 04:00am Tech Issues
RE: Cooler in Arizona this year?

Consider getting a good weather app. We use Weatherbug. I put in different cities where I'm interested in their weather. It shows it all and you can decide for yourself.
Klueck 01/13/17 03:55am Snowbirds
RE: Toyo Tires Tire Inflation chart for 295/80/22.5

Toyo Thanks hypoxia: That was just what I was looking for.
Klueck 01/12/17 10:04am Class A Motorhomes
Toyo Tires Tire Inflation chart for 295/80/22.5

We just changed out our aged out Goodrich tires to Toyo tires The tech who changed them inflated the fronts to 115psi and rear to 95 psi I am trying to find the Toyo tire load inflation charts which are based on weights and cannot find it on the toyo website. Can anyone please point me in the right direction. I need TOYO LOAD INFLATION CHART FOR 295/80/22.5
Klueck 01/12/17 04:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Splendide Combo Washer gasket

Thanks Crasstar We only found paper type gaskets at Auto Zone. Ours is rubber and similar to an o-ring but flat
Klueck 01/09/17 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: any spots left?

I have lived and rv'd in Fl for many years. It seems to have filled up much quicker than usual this year. I would definitely call and make reservations first.
Klueck 01/09/17 07:12am Snowbirds
RE: Key West info request

I know you found a site, but for future reference there is another place on Cudjoe Key at Milemarker 23. It's called Venture Out Resort. They are all privately owned lots and in a mixed used community but it's a nice resort with all the amenities. Some sites are waterfront, some canals and some dry lots. It's a gated community and since privately owned you have to go thru a Realtor or the owner directly. We own a site there and have it thru Dolberry Realty.
Klueck 01/09/17 06:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: how did you start your travel blog

We actually started ours before we sold our house. I documented the purge process and the actual sale. We used blogger.com. It's very easy. You can add pictures, maps, links, videos....whatever you like. You can make it private or public. I like it because I like to be able to refresh my memory on certain things...or settle a disagreement on something. haha It's very easy. Start now, give it a try with a temporary blog to test it out and then if you like it start a real blog for your travels. I use blogger, but I post to my blogs thru Open Live Writer. You can write thru Live Writer without internet and post blog when you have internet. My blog is: Rv Travels With Karen and Al It's not very interesting lately because we haven't been able to travel much due to family health issues.
Klueck 01/09/17 06:46am Class A Motorhomes
Splendide Combo Washer gasket

We have an older (probably 2003) model Splendide washer/dryer combo. There is a filter assembly on the right front corner. It is model W802. Splendide 2000 The gasket is bad and I need a new one. Apparently they don't make this part anymore. Does anyone have any ideas where I can get the gasket like an o-ring. We have tried gaskets we got at Home Depot but they don't quite fit right and there is a little leakage. There have to be some salvage units somewhere.
Klueck 01/09/17 06:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: HELP - House batteries dead

Thanks everyone. We are pretty proud of ourselves. We bought and replaced all 4 house batteries and apparently we connected them correctly because everything seems to be working!
Klueck 12/15/16 04:13pm Class A Motorhomes
HELP - House batteries dead

We have neglected our coach the past several months and now our house batteries are dead and the engine batteries are low. We had planned on replacing them but in the process of trying to start the coach today, we tried using the battery boost and it blew up a house battery. So...We are in Florida, it's hot and we won't have any AC Our batteries are on a slide out tray so should be easy to remove. Can anybody tell me if its safe for hubby to replace the batteries or should we contact a professional? Keep in mind, our coach won't start. We have an inverter Our MH is a 2003 Monaco Windsor Diesel
Klueck 12/15/16 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can I bring my Directv Genie and Mini Genie to new location?

The video bridge also. I assume you have a wireless Geenie system? We do not know where to look for the "Bridge" Apparently we do not have the wireless Genie. We don't mind buying what we need to make it work in Georgia, but just want to make sure we bring everything we can't purchase up there.
Klueck 08/20/16 07:52am Technology Corner
RE: Carriage Carri Lite 36KS3 - Opinions?

I'm always curious as to why someone wants a FW to "put on a lot" and never move it, when a large TT or park model would seem to be a lot more practical. Lower entry door and no steps inside. Just sayin'... :h Lyle That wasn't really my question but since you asked, here are our plans. We own an RV lot and only RVs are allowed so we cannot put a park model in there. We have a motorhome we live in but circumstances with my elderly mother have prevented much traveling at the moment. We have a RV lot in Ga and one in the Keys. Our future plans are to put an RV on both lots that will be permanent, then trade the MH in for something smaller, like a B+ and travel in that. Hope that helps
Klueck 08/18/16 05:51am Fifth-Wheels
Can I bring my Directv Genie and Mini Genie to new location?

We live fulltime in our motorhome and have a rooftop mounted Wingard Traveler antenna and use the Directv Genie and Mini that works quite well. We would like to bring the two Genie's with us to our Rv lot in Georgia (we're not bringing the motorhome). We have an older Directv dish (probably not HD) mounted on our cabin there, and realize we may need a new dish with the SWM technology. My question is, if we bring the Genie and Mini, is there anything else we will need to bring, to be able to use them up in GA? Our MH will stay in Florida for a few months.
Klueck 08/18/16 05:45am Technology Corner
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
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