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RE: Quality control problems - rant

Please watch the discussion. One member has already mentioned the forum rules, and I will bring it up again. "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. This is not open for debate. Keep the discussion about Quality Control and we're fine. If you've not read the forum rules that you agreed to upon registering for this site, please take a moment. Forum Rules Thanks!
Y-Guy 09/05/17 08:17am Toy Haulers
RE: Mod alert

Yep it's not just you. Hopefully will be resolved soon. http://assets.vg247.com/current//2010/08/maintenance.jpg
Y-Guy 09/04/17 09:18pm Toy Haulers
RE: Redline by Fleetwood 23fs Ramp repair

Here are some threads 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 I'd reach out to some place like SoCal RV Doctor for a quote. Personally I wouldn't knowingly buy anything that had rotted out unless it was **** near free.
Y-Guy 09/04/17 05:20pm Toy Haulers
RE: Onan Generator Heat

The area that is tapes off is the air outlet, so without that tape the hot air is being pushed to the door. Get some heat tape and recover it. https://s26.postimg.org/p69m3qnix/onan_air.png width=640
Y-Guy 09/03/17 08:21pm Toy Haulers
RE: ATC 28 front bedroom

not sure how to post them on the forum. Here is a fast and easy way to include a photo in a forum post. Just drag-n-drop a photo, and copy-n-paste the image link in your message post. Uploads photos directly to IMGUR.com servers. Automatically resizes photos to the max recommended by the Forum. Includes a thumbnail preview, and also provides an optional link to permanently delete the photo. It is available at http://photoposting.is-great.net If you need more help with posting photos please visit the RV.Net Tutorials and Picture related FAQ's
Y-Guy 08/29/17 08:34pm Toy Haulers
RE: Thor Outlaw 29 H Toy-Hauler

Joe, here are some recent posts about the Outlaw. It was first known as the Damon Outlaw, and now Thor Outlaw. There are some out there, but hard to get a good feel of how many folks on here might have one. Owners tend to post between this group and the Class A group. This link will take you to the archives which are posts over a year or more old.
Y-Guy 08/29/17 02:38pm Toy Haulers
RE: Subaru Forrester

No he did not ask the same question in March, 2017. Then, he asked if a 2016 was towable. Now, he asks if a 2017 is towable. Very different. Thanks for the sharp eye and correction.
Y-Guy 08/29/17 02:33pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Subaru Forrester

You asked the same exact question back in March 2017. You may want to read the replies from that post.
Y-Guy 08/28/17 08:17pm Dinghy Towing
RE: MacGyver solution for streaming the fights

Sad when our kids know more about this stuff then we do! Kudos Dave! My kids got a kick that I have my own wifi in the trailer so I can stream the movies from my old Mac Mini to the TV in the back or to their devices. Gets the job done and easier then trying to run cable to the back TV.
Y-Guy 08/28/17 04:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: Code 47 on ONAN gen 5.5

Kudos Ed glad you found the issue and it was a cheap repair!
Y-Guy 08/27/17 07:25am Tech Issues
RE: Code 47 on ONAN gen 5.5

I'm going to move this over to the Tech Issues forum from Toy Haulers I think you will get some more specific answers to your issue. To get you started here are some Code 47 threads from the archives. **Click Here** You also have an Onan service center close by so you can go to the trained techs. Avondale Cummins Sales & Service
Y-Guy 08/26/17 08:28am Tech Issues
RE: fresh water tank fill, carbon 327

You might want to get a Water Flow Meter, you can find them at Home Depot, etc. Once you know that you can figure out how long it should take. But with the variances in water pressure, hose size (1/2", 5/8" or 3/4") and length there are two many variables to guess. Garden Hose Flow Rate and Time
Y-Guy 08/25/17 11:09pm Toy Haulers
RE: Bend OR and smoke

After some ugly smoke issues this summer I've added a couple of sites to my list of book marks that show the air quality, specifically the PM2.5 - which is smoke. EPA's Air Now website for Bend State of Oregon DEQ Air Quality Map Check out the 24 hour PM2.5 24 Hour Chart for Bend, you can see how it's improved a lot in 24 hours. Plus you can get good info from here, Oregon Smoke Blog
Y-Guy 08/25/17 07:03am General RVing Issues
RE: 2017 Ford Fiesta

A couple older thread for you... From 2016 Towing Ford Fiesta From 2017 Towing Ford Fiesta
Y-Guy 08/24/17 08:13am Dinghy Towing
RE: Gen noise TT vs 5er

just a soft hum...not bad at all in my Raptor. My exhaust does exit on the curb side however, so i dont know if that makes a difference. Guess for 2007 they routed it on the curbside so it wouldnt exhaust under the bedroom slide. That was a good change too, why they would vent it under the bedroom slide was beyond me, but I'm not sure I'd like having it vented under the awning either. We also used the Gen-X exhaust riser system (I think that’s what their called). This vents the gases up above the roof of the trailer. It's called a Gen-turi or the Camco Gen-turi RV Generator Exhaust System. I highly recommend using one. My owners manual says not to sleep with the genny running under the bedroom; fumes and all. We've never camped where we've needed to run it but it is fairly quiet. Our Raptor vented right under the bedroom slide, horrible design and after our alarm sounded was the reason I made my own Gen-turi. I am sure the lawyers had that language inserted in the owners manual to protect themselves rather then properly design the exhaust vent.
Y-Guy 08/24/17 08:06am Toy Haulers
RE: Gen noise TT vs 5er

Our Raptor had it under the front bedroom, as does our Motorhome now. I can hear it running but its not enough to bother me. It really depends on which generator is installed IMHO. We've had the Onan 5500 in our past two units and its very quiet even standing outside. However a friend had a 5er Hauler with an Onan 4000 and you couldn't stand outside while it was running and talk at a normal volume. If you are out shopping, ask to have them run while you are in and out of the RV.
Y-Guy 08/23/17 06:16pm Toy Haulers
RE: Thor Wanderer Owners Manual

Old-Biscuit is spot on, that era most the "manuals" were just a collection of the various parts that were installed. There is very little unique to the Wanderer. The best help you'll find is to ask questions here, members can usually help you out. The Wanderer was made by ThorCA and eventually sold off, it went through a couple of owners and name changes the folded completely. You won't find Thor has anything on that rig as it was part of ThorCA.
Y-Guy 08/17/17 01:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Am I doing this wrong ?

We get our Class A in to some pretty tight spots sometimes. If you are equipped for camping without power and water you have a choice of a lot more sites. Nobody could believe I got our rig into the site below since the driveway down was very long and narrow, but with a couple awning pull rods we moved the branches and got it in there, two years in a row. Best site on the lake IMHO. https://s17.postimg.org/58w9mhysf/crescentlake.jpg width=640
Y-Guy 08/15/17 04:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thru bolting a motor cycle chock

I didn't remove my corrugated plastic, but I did cut 3 sides so it could hinge open. No insulation in mine and unless they tell you there is some most consider the corrugated plastic to be the "insulation" When I was finished I used 2 zip ties and some very sticky black tape (like Gorilla tape) to hold it in place.
Y-Guy 08/14/17 11:42am Toy Haulers
RE: Heartland Pioneer Toy Hauler

Are you sure you are looking at the Pioneer? They are not toy haulers, at least not on the Heartland web site. Actually they have 3 models of toy haulers in the travel trailer class, though they don't list them under the toy hauler class. Heartland Travel Trailers
Y-Guy 08/13/17 07:20am Toy Haulers
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