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RE: Toyhauler 14ft garage

Brooks in a few months you can head to Medford and get an In & Out Burger too :)
Y-Guy 07/18/15 01:22pm Toy Haulers
RE: Genesis quality

It's really to new to say much about quality from a long term perspective based on the few buyers here. Here is a search that will give you some things to read about the units and the company. Genesis Toy Hauler Search
Y-Guy 07/18/15 01:19pm Toy Haulers
RE: Reading the fine print

Beverly Beach State Park is not far, might be worth a drive to see if they have openings.
Y-Guy 07/17/15 10:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Portland, OR help

There are several schools in the area; Cedar Park MS, Meadow Park MS, Barnes Elementary, Walker Elementary. You might call and ask permission to park in the lot during the day. For over overnight not much real close but if your ok boondocking there is a Camping World on I5 and Walmart a bit south that we've stayed at in the past.
Y-Guy 07/17/15 12:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jayco Seismic Wave or Keystone Fusion Chrome?

I've owned a modest Jayco Kiwi Hybrid and two Keystone products; Outback and Raptor. I can't complain about either of them. But I've purchased 3 of my 5 RVs from the same dealership and I've always had good local customer service. The two year warranty is nothing to sneeze and I think it puts Jayco up a notch if everything else was equal.
Y-Guy 07/16/15 05:44pm Toy Haulers

I did get a chuckle that the first article used a Rib Eye while talking about how to make cheap steaks juicy. Lost credibility at that point. I'd never rinse a steak off, if you want less salt you can rub it off, this is the plus to using course salt instead of table salt. The salt that comes off during cooking shouldn't harm your grill, I've got a Weber from 1996 that has cooked hundreds of dry brined steaks and it's still going strong.
Y-Guy 07/16/15 11:00am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Toyhauler 14ft garage

Brooks congrats on landing the gig and getting settled in. How much do you need an actual garage? Could you live with an open cabin and park the RZR outside once you settle in? Can you load that in the back of your PU for weekend trips or is working/playing going to be a consideration for you? Seems most of the 14' garage units also come with a whole lot of extra RV that you might not need or want to pay for since its you and your pup. If you went with an open cabin you might find more options. Just a thought.
Y-Guy 07/16/15 10:19am Toy Haulers
RE: Jayco Seismic Wave or Keystone Fusion Chrome?

Jayco has a 2 year warranty while Keystone is a 1 year warranty. If you're going to live in it full time pay attention to the warranty, many companies will void the warranty if you are full timers. I don't know Jayco's stance but in the past Keystone considered the Raptor a recreational vehicle for part time (weekend) use. Another popular units that is more friendly to full timers is the Grand Design line which they boast about on their site.
Y-Guy 07/16/15 09:59am Toy Haulers
RE: Bow in toy hauler floor?

Can you find any on a nearby lot you can go check out?
Y-Guy 07/13/15 10:59am Toy Haulers
RE: Onan 4000 runs great for 15 min.

DB I can't speak to the 4000 but on the 5500 it was pretty easy, just on the bottom side of the Genset. Hit up google and I'm sure you can find a video walking you through it in this day and age. I found a couple that were a big help.
Y-Guy 07/13/15 09:51am Toy Haulers
RE: Highway 101 in Oregon

The southern Oregon portion of 101 is pretty easy, some of the highway is not right along the coast so it's a bit wider and easier to drive. Once you go North of Florence you get into more of a curvy narrow portion of 101. If you plan on heading inland at Florence on 126 you might consider cutting across instead at Reedsport and take Hwy 38 to Drain North on 99 and then catch up with I-5 from there. Much better road and easier drive IMHO.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 04:42pm Roads and Routes
RE: End cap damage....should I consider purchasing?

What the NADA book showing up for it how about what other units are going for (asking) in your area? I can be fixed, depend how much you want to spend and how factory you want it to look when its done. I would get it at least sealed to prevent water from getting in. A boat repair shop or some RV shops can work on Fiberglas and they can probably give you some idea of the cost.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 04:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: Water Fill Concern - How To If No Pressure???

I ran into this issues while dry camping at a USFS campground. We'd run out of water with day left to go. So I used a 5 gallon blue jug and fed the hose that's used for winterizing into it, once I fed it in and turned the water source valve I was good to go. We rotated a couple of the blue jugs and we got by. So if you have a Winterization tube you've got all you need.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 4000 runs great for 15 min.

Not cheap though, pump is a little expensive. Curious what the dealer charged you? A new one off Amazon ran me $45 and about an hour of my time changing it and the fuel filters.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 11:28am Toy Haulers
RE: Looking for opinions from experienced 5th wheelers

My only concern is knowing that dually's suck on snow, just make sure you've got good roads and enjoy yourself.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 11:19am Toy Haulers
RE: Classifieds

As mentioned there is no more classified listing. Suggest Craiglist. So this doesn't turn into a masked classified listing I'm closing the thread.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 11:13am Toy Haulers
RE: maxx air vs fantastic

I can't compare to a MaxxAire but I had a Fantastic Fan put in after some power lines fell on my RV a couple years ago, base model FF works great and reasonably quiet. Guess 3 speeds is fine with me, off low or high are about all I need.
Y-Guy 07/12/15 12:16am Tech Issues
RE: Hwy 26 between Beaverton and Seaside OR.

It's a breeze compared to some I've been on. Few things though. Traffic getting to it through Portland can be nuts. Use the turn outs once you get traffic behind you. Watch your speed in the curves, some come up quick and you don't want to hit them fast.
Y-Guy 07/11/15 09:04pm Roads and Routes
RE: Onan 4000 runs great for 15 min.

Nearly the same issue I had, it would run and then die. Finally I couldn't get it to run at all. One of our Toy Hauler members had a post that really helped me out, check out bkirkpatrick's thread SOLVED - Onan 5500 Gold Gen - Fuel Issues - FUEL PUMP The thread has links to the parts you need on Amazon. I changed my fuel pump and one filter (should have bought two) and it works perfect now.
Y-Guy 07/11/15 09:00pm Toy Haulers
RE: Oregon ATV Safety Card

There are two aspects to reciprocity in Oregon. * License or ATV stickers. As of October 2014, Oregon honors permits from the following states:  Arizona, California, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Utah and Washington * ATV safety training. Completing an ATV Safety Education Course in your home state or country and carrying proof of completion on your person when riding on lands open for public use. Which means if your state doesn't have a class you need to take Oregon's class (i.e. Washington State). The ATV Safety Institute (ASI) or a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) courses no longer fulfill the safety training.
Y-Guy 07/11/15 12:37pm Toy Haulers
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