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RE: Design Layout - Individual Space Class A Resort

I thought the OP was describing a 30 degree angle from the road, not the lake. If Iyvlog's impression is correct it would indeed be almost impossible to make the turn. Also, a 12 foot access road is awfully narrow.
MRUSA 08/26/14 08:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How young were you when you bought your first DP?

I was 58 and it was my first RV ever. Wish I had done it 20 years earlier.
MRUSA 08/14/14 03:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DEF (2014 and later RV Owners)

No big deal. I refill 2.5 gallon jugs purchased at Walmart at FlyingJ. No magnets or special container needed. I refill when I get to between 1/4 to 1/2 on the DEF gauge, and add 2 jugs. I drive about 8000 miles per year and need to do this about twice a year. I do believe that the DEF engines get better fuel mileage so the DEF saves more money than it costs.
MRUSA 08/12/14 05:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need baseplate installer Maine or NH

I got a quote from CW in Conway NH. Thanks for the suggestion.
MRUSA 08/11/14 05:42pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Building and installing a slideout in a Class A Motorhome

I think it is insane to do this. Better to sell the rig and buy one with multiple slides. Slideouts are very trouble-prone when factory installed. I can't imagine avoiding trouble with an add-on.
MRUSA 08/09/14 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
Need baseplate installer Maine or NH

Thinking of buying a new car and will need someone to install baseplate, tow lights and tow brake system. Anyone have a recommendation in Maine or NH?
MRUSA 08/08/14 07:17pm Dinghy Towing
RE: 2014 Honda CRV Toad... Totally Almost Confused...

The 2015 CR-V and Fit have CVT's and are NOT towable. That is probably where the salesman got his info, but the 2014's definitely ARE towable.
MRUSA 07/28/14 12:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Science Project - Eliminate Front TV Switch Box - UPDATE

I think your plan is brilliant. Go for it! Two comments: I don't see any provision for Satellite TV or for park cable TV. These inputs should be provided for. Best of luck with your project.
MRUSA 07/25/14 03:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: looking for a toad

The 2014 may not be towable four-down, but people are towing 2012's 4-down and maybe 2013's. At some point Honda changed the transmission and the new ones are not towable. I think if you have a 5-speed trans you can tow, but a 6-speed you cannot. Note that Honda does not sanction this, but people are doing it successfully using the Honda pre-tow procedure from the earlier models (2005 Pilot and MDX) that were approved by Honda for towing. If the tranny breaks you are on your own. Honda will not be responsible. Another possibility that works is towing a Chrysler minivan and installing a Remco transmission pump. Check it out here.
MRUSA 07/25/14 08:17am Dinghy Towing
RE: New Cherokee & pressure pro tire monitors

I use Pressure Pro on my Lincoln MKT which has its own tire pressure sensors with no problem. You should be able to do likewise.
MRUSA 07/24/14 07:00am Dinghy Towing
RE: Rochester NH to Brandy Pond ME

Yes. I-95 has tolls. I pay them for the ease of use of the good roads. As I said, the alternate routes are of varying quality and sometimes very rough, or narrow, or have low-hanging trees to contend with. But if you wish to avoid tolls you will have to find another route.
MRUSA 07/24/14 06:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rochester NH to Brandy Pond ME

This is not a particularly mountainous area, so I don't think you will have a problem with hills on any of those routes. However, the state highways in Maine often leave much to be desired, so I usually use I-95 and US 302 to reach the Brandy Pond area.
MRUSA 07/23/14 07:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco (Era)

I woul be hesitant to buy a coach built in the final year before bankruptcy, as they were likely cutting corners while building them
MRUSA 07/23/14 12:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco (Era)

The new Monacos have the same name, but are not the same as the old Monacos. I think that is why the OP asked the question.
MRUSA 07/22/14 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2014 Chevy Equinox LTZ

I thought the Blue-Ox brackets looked better. I still do.
MRUSA 07/22/14 10:37am Dinghy Towing
RE: 2014 Chevy Equinox LTZ

I have a Roadmaster tow bar and Blue-Ox bracket and it works well. You just have to get new ends for your towbar arms.
MRUSA 07/20/14 11:19am Dinghy Towing
RE: Refilling DEF Containers

Yes you can refill the containers. Many of us do it. Just keep the container clean and rinse off the white crusty stuff that sometimes forms.
MRUSA 07/14/14 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new DP

Entegra has a 40' model if you want to go that way, but I must say I was nervous going from 41' to 45 feet but now that I have the 45 it is a non-issue for me. 35 to 45 is a big deal, but 40 to 45 is not.
MRUSA 07/13/14 05:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Amish fridge goes into dumpster!

Just pull it and add in a residential. I did and love it. I also pulled the stove and propane tank too. I got a 110 volt induction burner. Works great. GAS REFRIGERATOR Vs Domestic (AC) REFRIGERATOR My gas frig (Dometic Side-by-Side, NDR1292) is shot and it will take $3,000+ to replace. So maybe now is a good time to switch to a regular 10cu-ft Vissani Brand house refrigerator you can buy at Home Depot for just $300? So I'm wondering what the pro vs cons are? Plus... Do you ever use an inverter with your AC units and if so what sort of performance can I expect if I switch over? I'm just an average RV'r that goes out on 2-3 week trips and ends up in an RV park 75% of the time. What's the best battery + inverter option + line conditioner out there and does it work? I have 4 deep cycle house batteries and a 3000W inverter on my 39' Noational Tradewinds coach. Thank you for your reply and advice. Residential refrigerator is the way to go. Everyone who does it is pleased as can be. They operate well under all conditions, on road, parked, shore power or inverter. Make sure the one you buy is Energy Star rated and can operate on modified sine wave power, unless you have a pure sine wave inverter. Can't run A/C on inverter. It would kill your batteries in no time.
MRUSA 07/06/14 04:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recliner Shopping

I have owned two different brands of motorhome, both purchased new and both included a recliner chair or two. In neither case was there anything to restrain the recliner chair(s). Have driven about 80,000 miles including some panic stops, and never has the recliner chair moved.
MRUSA 06/29/14 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
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