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I hope you already know this, main line trains on both sides of the river. As much as I like trains I still can't sleep the night with them going by.
N7SJN 07/04/16 06:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Portable Generators

I have been told that a "Micro Air Easy Start" added to your AC will run on your 2000w inverter/generator. I don't have one myself but have been looking how to run my 13.5Kbtu unit and this looks like it will work.
N7SJN 06/18/16 10:43pm Truck Campers
RE: Locked out - 1997 Safari Sahara

Short story we have a TT with two doors. One day while we we miles from nowhere the dead bolt on one of the doors broke with the door closed. We do not have windows in the doors, so a call to the nearest RV dealer was in order. I do not remember just where in SD they are located but it is a family affair. The son took a look from the inside of the TT and found he could get a hold of the broken part and release the dead bolt(it took a great deal of effort). The price of a new lock and a minimal amount of the techs time was well spent.
N7SJN 06/16/16 10:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Honda 2000 and AC and Microwave problems

Found that a Honda 2000i had the hot and neutral reversed on both of the 120 outlets, has anyone else had this?
N7SJN 06/05/16 09:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Full time in smaller RV

We have full timed since 04 in a 28' Alpenlite TT. This has included two coast to coast trips as well into Canada. The right trailer makes all the difference. We have two full pass thrus front and back as well as a great deal of storage inside. Just keep looking until you find the one with the combination you need, they are out there, we found one.
N7SJN 05/15/16 11:08pm Full-time RVing
RE: Average cargo load for retired couple fulltiming?

Jane, I bought several "totes" (plastic boxes) and I loaded everything in the boxes, weighed them and went from there. It's difficult to estimate what your "supplies" will weigh.
N7SJN 05/08/16 09:45pm Full-time RVing
RE: Wheel bearings

Thanks for the replies. I believe my question has been covered.
N7SJN 04/14/16 04:33pm Travel Trailers
Wheel bearings

After 12 years and 10's of thousands of miles a tire tech advised me that I should have my brakes and wheel bearings checked. Bottom line breaks were still good and the wheel bearings also. I do not advise everyone to do this, however I have seen postings that say twice yearly checking is a good idea. Was I just lucky by not checking or is this the norm?
N7SJN 04/12/16 10:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wa 14 or I-84

I would avoid 97 out of Biggs. 14 has a lot of ups and downs but none of them compare to the Maryhill grade. Retired commercial bus driver and have experience on both sides of the river.
N7SJN 04/12/16 10:19pm Roads and Routes
RE: Where will you be workamping summer 2016

We are in OR right now will be leaving the end of this month to return this Nov after spending the summer with the kids in WA.
N7SJN 03/07/16 09:17pm Workamping Forum
RE: Which LT tires have you been happy with?

No one has mentioned Toyo's I have run them for years and tens of thousands of miles. I can generally get 70K miles on a set (rotated every 5K)
N7SJN 02/28/16 10:43am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Buying TT with delamination

You might want to look at campers that have aluminum sides as well as frames.
N7SJN 02/28/16 10:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Burb 2500 (2008-2013)

Have a 2500 08 Burb total weight with TT 14000. Coast to coast and into Canada without a problem. Have only used the 4WD on very rare occasions and never on hard pavement (snow/ice etc.) I am retired and can take advantage of good weather for my driving.
N7SJN 02/22/16 10:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Satellite vs WiFi TV service

From someone who has both a jet-pack Mifi as well as Dish. We full time so it is to our advantage to also have a Wilson signal booster. Right now we are in a weak signal area and w/o the booster we would be out of luck. I don't think even with the signal booster we could stream very well from this location.
N7SJN 12/25/15 07:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: 16' Keystone Passport cold weather camping Q

As someone who has spent more than his share of single digit TT living I have never had a problem with the drain tubes. I'm sure they freeze solid but I have never had an occasion to drain in freezing weather. I have other posts that cover cold weather living in a TT.
N7SJN 11/16/15 01:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Newbies searching for travel trailer?

It would be interesting to find out how many posters on this subject are year round full timers in cold climates. As I stated before DW and I spent the first 3 years in single digits so it can be done. Just choose a rig that has a proven record of 4 season liveability. Best of luck in your search.
N7SJN 11/16/15 12:49pm Beginning RVing
RE: So Long

I'm glad you are back OB. Open forums should be just that - open. I'm on private web sites which do limit free speech I just don't think rv.net should be one of them. Apologies to those who have had their feeling hurt, the obvious solution - don't continue to read what offends you.
N7SJN 11/16/15 12:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fridge not cooling on electric

My Dometic was a DIY.
N7SJN 11/13/15 07:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: So Long

Thanks, Dick I hope that it was of his own accord.
N7SJN 11/13/15 07:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Newbies searching for travel trailer?

I've met several who have jobs that require travel in all sorts of weather. There are 4 season TT's out there as we have one. 2004 28RL Alpenlite. The company is no longer in business but I can not believe there are not 4 season rigs still being built. Just see if the dump valves are exposed, that generally means it is not all season as the valves will surely freeze unless protected. BTW the wife and I have been living in the above unit since driving it off the lot in 2004. Our first three winters were in temps of less than 10 for days at a time (yes, the propane bills were a little much) but we stayed warm.
N7SJN 11/10/15 09:57pm Beginning RVing
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