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RE: Finally brought the new Fuzion home

Congrats!
Y-Guy 03/21/17 04:26pm Toy Haulers
RE: Oregon campgrounds where dogs can't hear fireworks?

You may also want to talk to your Vet about a mild sedative to help calm them down, it's not uncommon at all. On the 4th it's difficult to guarantee you won't have anyone shoot something off, even the small legal snap thing would set our dog off.
Y-Guy 03/21/17 01:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Bad Ramp Door

Here is a recent thread that might help you. Anyone do a total rebuild of a TH ramp? New toy hauler ramp door! From the archives here are a bunch of threads, you might find some help in these too. Ramp Door Repair Discussions
Y-Guy 03/18/17 08:24am Toy Haulers
RE: don't buy an Attitude unless you want a bad attitude

rockwind1 in the future please avoid double posting the same topic in two forums. Thanks.
Y-Guy 03/17/17 10:09pm Toy Haulers
RE: Advice Needed for West Coast Trip

it much easier to view the ocean and beaches southbound also there are many pull outs that are very hard to access if you are heading north south bound is the way to go if at all possible. Very true! July and August are the most dependable months for dry weather and sunny skies on the coast and of course they are also the busiest. Any chance of pushing your trip back? September is a great month as kids are back in school.
Y-Guy 03/17/17 05:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2017 Tiffin Allegro Bus 45 OPP depreciation

What's a 2013 worth now that it's four years later? I looked it up for fun, 2013 Allegro Bus Series M-45LP Powerglide 450hp Low Retail: $219,700* Avg Retail: $264,700* *No added options
Y-Guy 03/17/17 05:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: WW FB 3000 Question

I can't help on that specific unit, but here is how to determine your axle ratings. How To Determine the Weight Capacity For a Trailer Axle
Y-Guy 03/17/17 04:17pm Toy Haulers
RE: Advice Needed for West Coast Trip

rfloyd99, I can’t help much for California, but for Oregon here are some thoughts. Oregon has some of the best State Parks you will find. There is a great variety of them, from large to small. The Oregon Coast changes a lot between CA and the Columbia River. We’ve camped from North to South had a blast. It is the busy time of year so you really need to make reservations now. Starting in the South we like Humbug Mountain State park, its a small quiet park but great if you are in the area. If you enjoy Jet Boats then try to stay near Gold Beach, there are some private campgrounds up the river a bit and at a couple the Jet Boats will even pick you up right from the dock. Winchester Bay is a great place to stop, up a bit further is Honeyman State Park which is just south of Florence and a great place to hike the Dunes. We’ve camped here for years and one of my favorites. Mo’s restaurants are located up and down the coast, we like the one in Florence. This is not an expensive place, but its fun and casual, they are known for their Clam Chowder. Past Florence are some great day parks to visit. Up and down the coast you will find the Lighthouses too. About half hour north of Florence is our current favorite RV park, Sea Perch RV Resort. This is a private campground that is right on the coast, not cheap but the views are worth it in our book. Heading up north spend some time in Newport - the Aquarium and Hatfield Marine Science Center are great stops. Just north of Newport is Beverly Beach State Park. A few spaces are located near the water and some are inland, there are no ocean views but it’s a great heavily treed campground. Fort Stevens is near Astoria and a great campground, but can be very busy. Seaside is a fun tourist city. All those can be find via google. Enjoy your trip.
Y-Guy 03/17/17 12:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: PDF of PDI

Tom Boles' Pre-Delivery Checklist in text, word and pdf flavors. For toy haulers add testing any electric bunk beds and bring 5 gallons of gas and dump and pump out via the nozzle.
Y-Guy 03/16/17 10:31pm Toy Haulers
RE: fury 2910

Bad news, searching the Toy Hauler forum current and archives showed no mention of 'fury' even when it comes to it's big brother the 'Spartan' there are very few owners of them on here. Hopefully somebody comes along.
Y-Guy 03/16/17 08:51am Toy Haulers
RE: Feedback on XLR and Fuzion

LOL at fluff (massage couch) over function (fridge) that's a bad direction to go. As for the energy management - I've had one in our RV for 10 years, it's great if you're in hot weather and trying to balance ACs and other things like microwave/water heater. But that's something only you can decide.
Y-Guy 03/16/17 08:43am Toy Haulers
RE: Forums down on some servers?

Appears the Good Sam Club Forums are up and working again.
Y-Guy 03/15/17 10:05pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Feedback on XLR and Fuzion

Probably 50/50 boondocking. I spoke to the XLR Rep today and he claimed a single 760 amp hour battery would run the fridge for 4.5 days.... I can't help much as I have a 2-way fridge, but this topic has come up a few times. Here is a pretty recent thread, hopefully it helps. *Click Here*
Y-Guy 03/15/17 10:01pm Toy Haulers
RE: Feedback on XLR and Fuzion

Any input on a residential fridge and convection microwave? Do you dry camp or are you most always connected to power? Residential fridges make more sense if you are always hooked up to power, if not you'll need a bigger battery bank and ability to recharge those batteries.
Y-Guy 03/15/17 07:15pm Toy Haulers
RE: Towing a Coleman Popup with 2013 Grand Caravan

I'll echo what coolmom said about the brakes, this is a big deal even for a light weight popup. They can get squirmy on you real fast and the brake are needed for that. Yes the sway bars can help but the brakes are very important since you need to not only pull that much weight but stop it as well and without you are putting a lot more strain on your Caravan brakes which will wear prematurely. Do you have a 7-pin wiring harness installed on the back of the Caravan? If it did from the factory adding a brake controller usually isn't that tough, if you don't feel comfortable doing it the dealer can. This should include a charge line within the 7-pin harness which will also charge the pop up batter while you are driving. Many popup fridges also work off of 12v while traveling too. I had a 2001 Coleman Niagara, a heavy beast. I used a simple Friction Sway Bar as I didn't really need much else. This photo is what one looks like from another member. http://www.jeff-z.com/rv/tow/ballmount-03.jpg
Y-Guy 03/15/17 05:37pm Towing
RE: Is it possible to run 110 outlets off of the battery

There is a whole lot to understand about batteries, inverters and what you need. You can run things through an inverter from your battery but you really need more then one battery and you need a way to replenish the battery bank. Some good comments already posted, you can search for more topics too. Here is a good resource to learn about batteries and your RV power. 12volt Side of life
Y-Guy 03/15/17 07:09am Beginning RVing
RE: Tekonsha P3 and Electric over Hydraulic brakes

You might call Technical Service, 800-632-3290 to see if they can help you - another option at least.
Y-Guy 03/14/17 05:11pm Towing
RE: Tekonsha P3 and Electric over Hydraulic brakes

Moved from Toy Haulers to Towing.
Y-Guy 03/14/17 08:49am Towing
RE: 2015 ram horn delay

And I thought it was just a Jeep Wrangler issue... nope is the canbus system!
Y-Guy 03/13/17 05:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Tekonsha P3 and Electric over Hydraulic brakes

Thanks, just asking to make sure. If we don't see a few more comments on this I'll move it to the Towing forum to see if others there might have some advice.
Y-Guy 03/13/17 04:56pm Towing
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