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RE: TT Toy Hauler Weights

He said they would not do that as it would put them under liability for the reported weight. That tells you what you need to know. They know the weights are off. If they won't weight it, then they won't stand behind it. Find another dealer or call and talk to the supervisor if you want. I'd walk.
Y-Guy 05/01/16 09:27am Toy Haulers
RE: 19RR Ramp Extension...Finished!

Good job and write up, thanks for sharing.
Y-Guy 05/01/16 07:49am Toy Haulers
RE: Thefts at Jesse M. Honeyman State Park

I love Honeyman, great place. But Florence has it share of issues. We rode there over spring break for about 10 years in a row, never a theft from our site, but it happened occasionally to others that don't lock things up. Miss the days when they had a Ranger at the entry gate :( All of our ATVs were locked with heavy duty cable & lock, usually with covers as well. We usually kept eight 5 gallon gas jugs, that were also locked up. One of my favorite devices is a Lock Alarm, if the cable is cut it screams off at 129db. The blinking red light is a deterrent too. http://lockalarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Lock-Alarm-XL-star-420x290.jpg
Y-Guy 04/29/16 11:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Glass replacement 09 fun runner.

Have you contacted Carson to see if they can get them at a reasonable price? Might be easier, but might be a lot more expensive too. Phone: 310-516-6046 Email: CustomerService@CarsonTrailer.com
Y-Guy 04/29/16 08:15am Toy Haulers
RE: Lower entry step for jeep

Though not common I've read a few owners that lowered their Jeep a bit instead of lifting it so it was easier to get in and out of. Here are a couple ideas. As mentioned there are automatic ones *click here* https://www.etrailer.com/static/images/pics/B/7/B7512215_1000.jpg width=640 Others make drop steps like these from Rampage, which are good if you are not doing rock crawling, which I doubt yo uare. *click here* http://www.runningboardwarehouse.com/images/products/detail/aseg.1.jpg You can find single steps if you search for Jeep drop step http://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Images/42979/42979-lg.jpg width=640 A set of grab handles will also help you too.
Y-Guy 04/28/16 10:29pm Dinghy Towing
RE: OEM tires-Toy Haulers

Then give the ST tires to the local mobile home park to put on peoples roofs. LOL!!! 10 points for Gryffindor
Y-Guy 04/27/16 05:40pm Toy Haulers
RE: Loading Toys

I would add a picture but don't know how. First of all welcome! For help with posting photos please visit the RV.Net Tutorials and Picture related FAQ's Pictures posted should not exceed 800 pixels width with 640 pixels the recommended width. Please try to abide by the width of 800, we will edit a post if they are too large, but if it becomes to time consuming we will just remove the post completely. Please do not quote with a photo in the quote text. This thread should be used for posting photos, and not "idle chit chat" New! Easy Photo Upload & Posting Web App! (thanks to Moderator 1492) A fast and easy way to post a photo in a forum post. Just drag-n-drop a photo, and receive a copy-n-paste image link for your forum post. Uploads directly to IMGUR.com servers. Resizes photos to the max recommended by the Open Roads Forum. Includes a thumbnail preview, and also provides an optional link to permanently delete the photo. A shortcut to the web app is available at bit.ly/photo-upload.
Y-Guy 04/26/16 06:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: Is this still standing???

Bald Knob Cross Website Seems like the state of disrepair is no longer now that the legal challenge has been settled. Cross after Restoration http://www.baldknobcross.com/wp-content/gallery/cross/cross_after_restoration.jpg height=640
Y-Guy 04/26/16 05:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon Holiday

Oregon and the Oregon Coast are great that time of year, but August is a big camping month and the coast weather is usually the best of the year as far as sun goes. So many sites get reserved, you need to book any Coast sites NOW! There are some outstanding Oregon State parks along the cost, nearly all of them are great. But some better then others IMHO. I used to run a Y trip from Eugene to Florence (camping at Honeyman State Park), down 101 to Humbug State park, then into the redwoods camping at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park (California not Oregon) or a nearby Fed Campground, then we’d route up to Diamond Lake State Park with day trips to Crater Lake. If you’re coming in via I84, you can have a great camp at Mary Hill State Park on the Washington site of the Columbia River, you can cross at Hwy 97. The Maryhill Museum and Winery are both good stops if you’re into that. A few great State Campground are Ft Stevens State Park, Astoria (far north 101) Beverly Beach State Park, Newport Honeyman State Park, Florence Humbug Mountain State Park (far south 101) You really can’t go wrong with most Oregon State parks. Private Campgrounds We really enjoy Sea Peach RV Reso