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RE: Portland Camping World Experience

When that store was Olingers it was good. And for several years after CW bought it, the old Olinger people were still there and did good work. Now? Ajust another big box store, but with lousy customer service.
donn0128 10/18/17 08:05am Camping World RV Sales
RE: 5th Wheel roadside service insurance offerings

Is that a month or year? What does it cover? Many are not worth the paper their printed on. IMHO you might be better off putting some money in a special account for emergencies.
donn0128 10/18/17 08:03am Fifth-Wheels
RE: What Do You Do Without A Permanent Mailing Address?

Most insurance carriers sell in all 50 states. So it is probsbly a simple matter of finding an agent in your chosen state, walk in the door and sign up.
donn0128 10/17/17 09:40am Beginning RVing
RE: Used Cummins Diesel Questions

Cummins is a proven reliable power plant good for 500K miles with only routine maintenance. As with anything used it is all about previous owners attention to service details.
donn0128 10/17/17 08:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Senior Dog Food?

I prefer some of the premium brands for better ingredents, less corn, and pverall better product. Current pup is on Natures Recipe LID and does well.
donn0128 10/16/17 07:23pm RV Pet Stop
RE: What Do You Do Without A Permanent Mailing Address?

Search out what states offer the best health care plans thet would fit your needs. FL, and TX are two popular states. Once you decide on a state, mail forewording companies are plentiful. All you need to is pick one that offers a street address instead of a box number. There is relatively little you need a physical address for. Drivers license, and vehicle registeration are the big ones. All your other bills can be online notification. Many people even set up auto pay so they never need worry. Getting out of CA you will probably find you can save thousands a month. Lower Insurance, medical, taxes will give you a hugh increase in monthly income.
donn0128 10/16/17 04:59pm Beginning RVing
RE: Cummins failed to start

My guess, a weak fuel pump. Your forcing it to pump over a pretty long distance and a weak pump could cause the issue. To be safe, have it pressure tested.
donn0128 10/16/17 07:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Updated - Please read 1st post: Some basic sewer questions

OK, exactly what sort of waste tanks do you have and what sort of dump setup do you have? If its a basic 3/4 inch garden hose end, thats pretty simple and would be an easy setup.
donn0128 10/15/17 02:41pm Tech Issues
RE: 2008 Cedar Creek 31LBHBS Frame Size

Should be the same the entire length. What difference does it make anyhow? CCs are well built and of decent quality for their price point.
donn0128 10/15/17 02:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Updated - Please read 1st post: Some basic sewer questions

You will need a standard RV 4 inch sewer hose in the correct length to go from your RVs dump port to the parks sewer connecrion. You will need some way to securely connect, usually an elbow with various thread sizes that screws into the sewer inlet. You will need a bayonet fitting to connect the hose to your dump outlet. Connect things together and your good to go. Leave the black tank valve closed until time to dump, usually at least 3/4 full. You can leave the gray tank valves open. I generally close my gray valves the day before I plan to dump my black tank. I use the stored gray water to flush the hose and lines after dumping the black tank.
donn0128 10/15/17 12:19pm Tech Issues
RE: VIDEO: Smoke From Forest Fires_Marion Forks Fish Hatchery

Yea, it was pretty ugly all of August and most of September here in the valley. Most days I could not even see the Cascades.
donn0128 10/15/17 06:23am Truck Campers
RE: roof rafters

Cedar Creek and Northwood use all aluminum. Its finnk because CCs cousin the Cardonal uses wood with aluminum optional.
donn0128 10/15/17 05:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Chevy 2500HD Tires

Depends on budget, driving style and what you want. Put Yokahama Geolanders on my dually two years ago and am very pleased. Decent price, quiet ride. Granted I do not put a lot of miles on my truck, but I load it with 5000 pounds of rock, 3500 pounds of hitch and they dont complain.
donn0128 10/14/17 02:02pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Some dish aiming questions for satellite Xperts...

Signal loss thru splitters, connectors and coax would be my guess. Are you running directly from dish to receiver, or dish to RV?
donn0128 10/14/17 01:42pm Technology Corner
RE: Nitro fill tires on fifth wheel

Regular air is about 80% nitrogen. This has been beat to death numerous times on the forums. If you were a race car driver or a pilot nitrogen can be benefitial. For the other 99% of us regular air is perfectly fine.
donn0128 10/14/17 10:54am Fifth-Wheels
RE: replace fuel pump

Drop the tank. In fact to do it right, drop the tank, remove the in tank pump, make sure the pickup is still at the proper depth, put things back together, and find a suitable place to mount a inline high pressure pump and fuel filter.
donn0128 10/14/17 09:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Is Your Trailer "Tracking" True

Look in the mirrors. That should tell most discerning people what they need to know.
donn0128 10/13/17 10:10am Towing
RE: Salesmen...sheesh

I was a slow learner....first 3 trailers also cost me 3 new tow vehicles because of what the salesman told me I could tow....."sure, no problem." Reality: There was a Problem. Not enough payload. LOL, I guess Im a little faster than you are. I only did that twice.
donn0128 10/13/17 09:58am Travel Trailers
RE: 110v shore power dying, slowly?

Get a volt meter and learn how to use it. From your post I assume your sitting on one place with permanent hookups? 120VAC does not just slowly die. It either works or it does not work. You need to start at the pole and check voltage everywhere.
donn0128 10/13/17 09:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Brand new owner

I am in the process of getting the loan finalized. The purchase price was 5,500. Nothing inside indicated that it was leaking, and the owner claimed that the roof was recently sealed. Sellers make all sorts of claims. Once he has the cash in hand all bets are off, and he will deny everyrhing R U N AS FAST AS YOU CAN!!!!!
donn0128 10/12/17 04:09pm Fifth-Wheels
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