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RE: Is extended dealership warranty worth it?

A couple things to keep in mind, as mentioned read the fine print. Second, you can negotiate on the extended warranties. They are mostly a huge profit center for the dealer. So if you decide to buy one, negotiate before you get to the finance center.
Y-Guy 12/10/16 01:30am Travel Trailers
RE: HWH motor runs, but no pressure

Greg, have you visited their website? HWH Corp you can find some good support manuals but give them a call to, I hear over n over how good their support is.
Y-Guy 12/08/16 01:46am Tech Issues
RE: Kodiak/Keystone TQB292 Toyhauler Major Issue

Sounds like some good news!
Y-Guy 12/06/16 09:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: Logitech's UE Boom Blue-tooth Speaker

I have a love/hate relationship with Logitech over the years. They design some of the best products out there IMHO. I freaking love the feel of the Performance MX Mouse. But their support is the absolute worst I've run into. It'd delay delay delay, then deny deny deny. Many of their mice are known that the left button wears out, the spring gets compresses and you eventually end up with double clicks. This is a known issue, but does Logitech do anything about it? Nope. I'd say I've given up on them but they are still the best feel mouse. What I have learned is if you have problems return immediately. Then I buy the cheap SquareTrade warranty, if it has issues put in a request. Logitech should be embarrassed by how bad their online and phone support is, they have to know. I can only assume they just don't care. Don't even get me going on their software, that makes support look good by comparison!
Y-Guy 12/06/16 04:05pm Technology Corner
RE: Brand New Member

First of all welcome aboard! Everyone that got into RVs was a newbie at some point. So most are more then willing help out. For the basics I'd hit up Google and search for terms like RV Basics, or RV 101 - anything that will give you the basic understanding and how to's. There is a lot to learn, but it's not hard once you understand how things work. Also once you get one don't be afraid to ask for help. I can't count how many times I've seen a new owner dealing with hooking up hoses, waste water lines, awnings etc. But you know, somebody helped me out so I try to pay it back. In the main Toy Hauler forum near the top is the Complete List of Toy Haulers, that will give you links to most the manufacturers and let you start window shopping. Don't rush things, don't let a sales guy try to buy now, take your time kick tires, ask questions and glean as much information as you can. Figure out much space your toy needs, then if you want a garage or central cabin. Biggest groups are those owned by Thor & Forest River. There are a lot of choices, some will depend on your truck and how much you want to spend. It's hard to say which are middle of the road units, as each brand usually has a cross section of prices.
Y-Guy 12/06/16 12:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: Onan 5500 dedicated starter battery setup ...

twvette how many batteries in your 6v bank now? 2, 4 or 6? What about adding two more to give you more to draw from? Do you have a built in Onan generator? Onan also offers a “Plug and Play” auto-start for existing rigs that might be worth looking at. Another option would be the Trik-L-Start
Y-Guy 12/05/16 05:42pm Toy Haulers
RE: An introduction......

Congrats and Welcome aboard!
Y-Guy 12/05/16 11:34am Toy Haulers
RE: Removing Fuzion sliding rear patio doors ...

Thanks for the update. To clarify are these what Lippert calls the Three Seasons Patio Doors? http://www.lci1.com/assets/content/img/gen/640_601_drawing-tri-fold-door-101113.jpg width=640
Y-Guy 12/04/16 01:55pm Toy Haulers
RE: Kodiak/Keystone TQB292 Toyhauler Major Issue

Greg I'm not really sure how to reach them. I think if you go to their Contact Us page and send to the LTE that will get routed. But that's just a guess. or try asking on their Facebook Page Doesn't hurt to lean on the dealer for a bit more support, sounds like you're close on the wallpaper issue if that's the last hurdle if they would provide it, dealer install it and maybe you chip in a few bucks you can find some common ground.
Y-Guy 12/02/16 12:53pm Toy Haulers
RE: Toy Hauler VS Travel Trailer

If it were me and I wasn't planning on traveling with my toys I'd probably get a travel trailer that fits my family needs, then look or a enclosed utility trailer to store the ATVs and haul them home in. The TT will probably sit lower to the ground, thus easier to block up and stabalize. Cost should be a lot less as your not paying for an extra 12' or so of space that you don't sound like you really want. Plus you're not paying premium for that cargo space. You probably won't be able to use the fuel station anyway. Before you jump at buying something new, look around at used units. If you use a hauling service then you're not worried about truck limitations too. While we really enjoyed our Raptor Toy Hauler, having our Motorhome and the ability to haul our ATVs, boat and now Jeep have made it a better fit. Plus as you noted the extra living space has worked out well.
Y-Guy 12/01/16 11:20pm Toy Haulers
RE: Kodiak/Keystone TQB292 Toyhauler Major Issue

Where is your dealer? Talk with them see if they can leverage their relationship a bit more to find a mutually agreeable solution. Chances of getting a buyback over wallpaper doesn't seem very likely. * Would they provide the dealer or you the amount of wall paper to finish the job yourself? * How much for them to do it for you? * Have they done the wallpapering already? Other options?
Y-Guy 12/01/16 09:18pm Toy Haulers
RE: REMINDER!!! Check new fuel stations before using!!!

Good advice for new buyers!
Y-Guy 11/30/16 08:58am Toy Haulers
RE: Looking too buy new TH

Just an FYI about the forum rules. Posts are not allowed in which a local, state, or federal consumer action board and/or legal counsel is/have been involved. This includes posts related to future, ongoing or past lawsuits.
Y-Guy 11/26/16 02:39pm Toy Haulers
RE: Urgent help, heater failed

However I do not like 1500 watt heaters on RV type outelts save for the washer/dryer outlet if so equipped.. Figure out a 12 gauge way to power them (I installed additional outlets that are of higher quality). wa8yxm makes a good point! However, at a minimum kill the power and pull the outlet out of the wall to check to see if they used the screw terminals or the push-in type AKA back stab. If they used the back stab see if you can rewire to use the screw terminals. It's a better, solid connection. The stabs are only held in with a small spring - I don't recommend those for powering anything like a space heater. I did this to each of the outlets in my RV, didn't take long and I feel safer.
Y-Guy 11/25/16 02:30am Tech Issues
RE: Trouble fitting four bikes into new garage

Great job Dave, about what I had in mind. Side supports is a good idea. I agree about the eTrack, hard to keep clean. Safe travels and happy camping!
Y-Guy 11/24/16 09:36am Toy Haulers
RE: What are you towing in your 10' garage?

What type of toys are you wanting to haul in the first place?
Y-Guy 11/24/16 09:24am Toy Haulers
RE: Escape hatch cover

Most dealers have access to a pretty large catalog of RV parts. With the proper measurements and photos they should be able to find a replacement cover. If not might need to replace the part attached to the RV but hopefully not. When I put these three words into google, 'rv escape hatch' I came up with a bunch of shopping options, though amazon is great they are not always the best of more obscure parts. Good luck!
Y-Guy 11/23/16 06:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: RV Factory has bought Augusta RV

Hey guys, please cut the personal attacks. Debate of the issues is fine. If you want to take into a Private Message, but spare everyone else. Thanks!
Y-Guy 11/23/16 08:35am Toy Haulers
RE: Place to stay in Fargo ND?

from one of the other double posts... Linwood CG city park is very nice
Y-Guy 11/22/16 12:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Even Brake air compressor doesn't.

I wouldn't wait long, I'd give Roadmaster a call. 1-800-669-9690
Y-Guy 11/22/16 08:20am Dinghy Towing
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