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RE: What do you use for a BBQ?

I usually use an 18" weber charcoal grill but I also have a Weber "go anywhere " gas grill that I sometimes use.
ata3001 05/23/16 04:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: Black tank chemical

S&B's toilets have a trap to them. The toilet in my camper does not. When flushing, you can see directly into the black tank. The only vapor barrier is that thin layer of water left in the toilet after the trap door closes. Thats why I use chemical. Repeated hot summer days with the camper closed up & in the sun, is when the smell gets worst. This is with the black tank already dumped. After it's dumped it's not like you got in there & scrubbed it out. It does get to smelling bad but not of I add chemical & fresh water making it ready for the next outing, which, by the way, may be 3 or 4 weeks away.
ata3001 05/23/16 02:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do I have enough truck for trip?

Upgrade your trans cooler & you will be just fine. Just don't push it too hard.
ata3001 05/19/16 02:34pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Living fulltime in your RV could become illegal

I'm thinking one of the reasons for this is that no property tax is collected from those full timers. Remember, the gov't is all about "taxes" & full timers pay no property tax, sewer tax, school tax, tax on water bills, tax on garbage pick up, replacing windows on your sticks & bricks requires a permit (a tax), rebuilding your porch, get a permit first (a tax) adding a garage for the RV, get a permit first (a tax) & the list goes on & on....... I think I DO pay all those taxes. Whenever I pay for a nightly, weekly, or monthly space at an RV resort/CG, I know that some of that payment goes towards paying the taxes that are assessed against that property. You are paying HIS taxes for him but NOT your own taxes.
ata3001 03/27/16 02:50pm Full-time RVing
RE: Living fulltime in your RV could become illegal

I'm thinking one of the reasons for this is that no property tax is collected from those full timers. Remember, the gov't is all about "taxes" & full timers pay no property tax, sewer tax, school tax, tax on water bills, tax on garbage pick up, replacing windows on your sticks & bricks requires a permit (a tax), rebuilding your porch, get a permit first (a tax) adding a garage for the RV, get a permit first (a tax) & the list goes on & on.......
ata3001 03/27/16 01:44pm Full-time RVing
Living fulltime in your RV could become illegal

Living fulltime in your RV could become illegal
ata3001 03/27/16 01:11pm Full-time RVing
RE: Look at my hitch set up please....

The hitch you bought is just fine for your trailer/truck combo. It just needs to be properly set up. There are enough others on here telling you how to do it without me adding my own $.02
ata3001 03/22/16 03:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: I need a good disposable glove solution for dumping

Go to Home Depot & get a box of latex gloves. Just remember to put that sandwich down when pulling the handles on the dump valves. Sometimes it takes 2 hands, lol....
ata3001 03/07/16 03:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Spring and camping is just around the corner.

Yes it is just around the corner unfortunately I'm on the east coast & the corner is on the west coast.
ata3001 02/15/16 07:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sewer hose carrier venting

I drilled 1/2" dia holes thru the top every 12". It's been working for me for several years now.
ata3001 01/30/16 08:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Love Our Tent

You do know. of course, that you need a Diesel Dually to haul all the tenting gear? At least that's what some will say. Enjoy your travels. What a great way to experience the great outdoors.
ata3001 01/30/16 09:04am Tent Camping
RE: Considering another Pop Up BUT

Keep what you have & just let the miles on the truck accumulate & don't worry about it as long as it's not nickel & dimeing you to death. Trucks will give several hundred thousand miles when properly maintained, even when used for towing.
ata3001 01/29/16 03:38pm Folding Trailers
RE: Silverado 1500... Enough?

I have the truck in my signature (14 Silverado) which replaced an 07 Ram 1500 Quad cab w/Hemi & 3.92 gear. Current truck has the 5.3L w/tow pkg. (3.42 gear) but with the 6 spd trans. I tow approx 6500 lbs & notice a VERY slight decrease in initial get up & go but not enough to even give it a second thought. No difference at all moving down the hwy at 65 mph. Ram gave me 8-9 mpg towing, Chevy gives me 10-12 mpg towing the same routes (hand calculated). I always use the tow haul mode in both trucks. Sold the Ram with just under 100K miles on it & never a motor or transmission problem, just everything else. That's why I now happily drive a Chevy. You shouldn't have any problems with a 1500.
ata3001 01/26/16 03:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: The insane pulling power of a Dodge truck

Awesome!
ata3001 01/09/16 10:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dealers wanting your 3/4, 1 ton Ram

They DON'T want your current truck. What they want is for you to trade in your current truck & BUY a NEW, MORE expensive truck. That's how they make their $.
ata3001 12/20/15 06:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: .

The tires must pass inspection. They can't sell it to you unless it does which makes it their responsibility to replace. I had a car dealership pull this on me at one time & they were responsible for the cost of replacing the tires. The vehicle was inspected before I took delivery of it. Makes it their responsibility.
ata3001 11/02/15 08:00pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Stopped in motor home for going too slow on I-80

The link takes me to a story totally unrelated to any motorhome being pulled over.
ata3001 08/31/15 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
Which calking

I need to reseal around a storage compartment door. Do I need to use Dicor or can I use a quality silicone calking?
ata3001 08/23/15 07:23am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: ATF gets too hot

All these responses are really appreciated. I always have the transmission in tow/haul mode when towing. I will try the Lo range next time when maneuvering it into place.
ata3001 07/06/15 04:02am Tow Vehicles
ATF gets too hot

This weekend pulling my camper in my signature with the truck in my signature in 75* weather, my ATF was running 196*-201* at a steady 60 mph. When I got to some side roads the temp went to 207*. Pulled into in laws property to my parking area, but needed to turn camper around & walk it back & forth to get it moved over to where it needed to be. Not much room to maneuver. This required putting truck into 4 wd to keep from digging up his lawn. When finished moving it (3 or 4 mins), the ATF temp was 225*. Camper weighs about 6k lbs in travel form. Total occupant weight was about 320 lbs, weight in bed of truck was maybe 200 lbs. Total load capacity is about 1800 lbs per door tag, towing capacity is 9600 lbs. I was way under my capacity. 2014 Silverado has factory tow pkg, 3.42 rear gear, & only me (170 lbs) in truck while parking it. Need suggestions. Can I add a stacked plate ATF cooler & if so what size is recommended?
ata3001 07/05/15 07:19pm Tow Vehicles
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