WHAT does the United States Department of Agriculture have to do with RV pricing? :h
I read once when looking up RV values on NADA to not do add-ons for the unit but go with base values given. Works out about right on my fiver.
Maybe Andersen needs to alter the handle where it can be locked. Shouldn't be that difficult.
I believe even I could figure out a way if I had one of the current style. I am very happy with my current B & W but would certainly consider the Andersen in the future if I needed a hitch.
Wife and I both have Townies as well as 6 other friends. All have been flawless for several years and very comfortable. Yes we do ride a lot.
Same here. Don't waste your time/money on Walmart (cheap) bikes!
Any ideas for extra hanging clothes space? We have a closet and another space in 2nd "bedroom, but will need more while full timing as we both work and clothes are necessary.
We are both retired and clothes are necessary for us too! :W :E
(1) Remove the king mattress.
(2) Trim approx 3 " off each side of the plywood mattress platform using jigsaw.
(3) Vacuum sawdust from floor.
(4) Place queen mattress on the trimmed platform.
(5) Enjoy the size mattress you really wanted and the extra space around the bed.
I did this to our 2008 Montana after we bought it and liked it much better,
Yes. 2 years ago I hated my Reese so bad I sold it on CL and replaced it with a B & W Patriot. Best $50 I spent that year. Still very happy with my decision.
My piece of junk Reese was purchased new by me in 2007.
It's kind of like an auto-leveling system. You don't think its worth the cost until you have one, then you are glad you do.
Auto level reduces the workload. Auto level provides one touch convenience, no doubt auto level is required in my book.
However FBP is totally cosmetic. FBP is more about style than substance.
The two options are not in the same category for me
X2. I have the auto leveling but will never waste $7,000 on paint.