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RE: Online wholesale RV dealers - any experiences?

This is a public thread, why do people say "I sent you a private message"? Why not say it here for everyone to see and maybe learn something?? I have to agree! Just WHAT could be such a secret? Was some kind of "good buddy" code detected? :W
WeBeFulltimers 09/18/16 06:09am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rv surge protector

Don't waste your money on a "surge protector". Spend a little more and get a Progressive Industries Electrical Management System. Works great and is a great company that stands behind their product.
WeBeFulltimers 09/16/16 06:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for Opinions on Keystone Montana for Full Timing

We have also been very happy full timing in a Montana for 6 years. South East Tennessee is as far north as we have been in winter and I wouldn't want to go farther in anyone's fifth wheel. Brrrrrrrrrrrr.
WeBeFulltimers 09/14/16 03:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Smart RV products / Frig Fix

We had eggs freeze on the top shelf and warm drinks on the bottom. Bought a cheap fan to move the air inside the fridge. Uses 2 D cell batteries. It works, everything in the fridge at same temp and plenty cold. A permanently wired one would be nice but the little battery one works well. Why didn't you move your eggs to the bottom and your drinks to the top? That's the way we have ours and it works fine.
WeBeFulltimers 09/12/16 04:44am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How many pounds in your air bags?

I put 20 psi in mine before hooking and then it will show 38 psi. Just right for mine.
WeBeFulltimers 09/09/16 02:46pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rear Suspension Air Bags for my truck

I have had both the Firestone air bags and the Timbrens and didn't really like them. Now I have the Air Lift bags with on-board compressor and really like them. The bags are more substantial than the Firestones and the compressor automatically keeps the minimum 5 psi in the bags when not towing.
WeBeFulltimers 09/09/16 02:44pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Heartland vs. Montana

Did you know that the cabinet doors, fascia and other "wood" trim in the Montana (and others in the same class) are cardboard with wood grain print on the top? Not sure what else might be "faux" in the newer 5th wheels in order to make them bigger, fancier looking and lighter. Thermofoil Contruction This used to be true but changed for Montana somewhere around 2010 model year. Our 2008 Montana was like this but our 2012 Montana has nothing but solid wood. Ours is the Hickory Edition.
WeBeFulltimers 09/09/16 07:04am Fifth-Wheels
RE: How many pounds in your air bags?

I'm interested in this too b/c I am about to install a set of the Firestone air bags on my truck. Do yourself a favor and check out the Air Lift bags before getting the Firestones. I have had both and find the Air Lifts to be higher quality.
WeBeFulltimers 09/03/16 07:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Installed ceiling fan

I've just got to ask. Why a 12vdc fan when you have 110vac already right there for the A/C prep?:h
WeBeFulltimers 09/02/16 06:13am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 2006 Laredo 25RK Opinions

If you buy it go STRAIGHT to your favorite tire store and have LTs put on it.
WeBeFulltimers 09/02/16 06:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2016 nights in your RV ???????

We are in ours EVERY night of EVERY year! :B
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 07:27am General RVing Issues
RE: TV, Satellite, Cable ETC:

Dish Network with a 1000.2 dish mounted on a surveyor's tripod. Hopper 3 receiver that will record up to 16 programs at one time. Works great and not hard to find the birds when we move. We are full timers.
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 07:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Spray In Bed Liners?

I have the reflex liner in my truck. Had it put in after the hitch. If I could have I would have had it done prior to hitch install. The reflex stays shiny wet look and mine is over 1/4 inch thick. Very happy with it. Dave 1/4 " thick, are you SURE? That has got to be heavy! :E
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 06:45am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need advice on moving a fifth wheel without a truck

Not trying to be a wise guy but if you want to own a fifth wheel and enjoy the experience you really need to learn to back up. You stated it is "doable" so learn to do it.
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 06:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Elkhart Quadra Step

I am thinking about upgrading to the Elkhart Quadra Step and wanted to here from anyone who currently is using them. Are they stable, do you like them and would you recommend them? Thanks! OK, I give up. Link states in one place "perforated tread" and in another place "non-perforated tread". Which is it?! :E
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 06:20am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Can I????

If you buy a fiver in that weight class a new/bigger truck is in your future. Your truck will "pull" a trailer like that but WILL NOT safely carry it or STOP IT! I as well as many others have been through this and know first hand.
WeBeFulltimers 08/31/16 05:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fifth Wheel Hitch Decision

I also have not heard of ANY failures on B & W hitches. What is your source for this information/misinformation? If your mind is made up about the DRV are you SURE a 3500 DRW is enough truck or would a 4500+ be better?
WeBeFulltimers 08/28/16 07:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Water Filter System (UPDATE)

We have an under the sink water filter with a separate faucet in the galley. I do not need filtered water in the shower or the head.. http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/~68AAOSwXrhXmR4Y/s-l64.jpg height=100 width=100 We also use one of these at the kitchen sink for cooking, drinking water etc. We are full time and this cartridge lasts us 1 year. We also have a standard sediment whole house filter at the water entrance to the fiver. I change the cartridge in it quarterly and it only costs about $5 each.
WeBeFulltimers 08/28/16 07:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Which satellite system along the East coast.

Dang WeDe, that hopper pots my Direct TV Gennie in the dust. :R It's their latest and it's GREAT.
WeBeFulltimers 08/12/16 06:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Lippert Level-Up

I'm fortunate and blessed to be able to have a 5th wheel. The 5th wheel we recently purchased has the Lippert hydraulic Level-Up jack system. Frankly, I wouldn't have added it as an option if it didn't come standard. I've always been used to manually leveling the rig from side to side with blocks under the tires, and then manually dropping the front jacks. I didn't realize how much time that took until I used the Level-Up system. Wow, it makes unhitching and leveling so easy. Push a button to raise the trailer off the hitch, drive off, walk back, push a button and level the entire rig. When it is hot out, you'll appreciate the time savings. If you are looking at a new rig and Level-up is an option, I'd recommend it. That is the main reason we traded rigs about 5 years ago. LOVE our Level Up!
WeBeFulltimers 08/11/16 07:05am Fifth-Wheels
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