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RE: carpet cleaning an rv

We have a little green machine that is in the trailer all the time. Does a great job although you need to be on your hands and knees to use it takes maybe 20 minutes to do everything. It is also great for spot cleaning when necessary.
donn0128 08/01/14 07:44am General RVing Issues
RE: power steering system schematic

Pump, hose gear box. Whats to know? BTW this is in the wrong place mod notified
donn0128 07/31/14 02:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Landing gear problems

Never said you must have a up limit switch and while a paint mark will work. It does force you to bend over to see maybe even get down on your knees to see. While a limit switch becomes automatic and any one in the family can run the gear up with no fear of breaking things. JMHO so use what works for you
donn0128 07/31/14 12:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: switching from tent camping to 5th wheel

If you can park it in the same places you tent camp then the big difference will be waking up after a great nights sleep. Oh and a hot shower sure is nice after a long day outdoors. Great choice BTW
donn0128 07/31/14 08:13am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Landing gear problems

I posted a few years ago my fix for that. Limit switch and heavy duty reversing relay eliminates that possability. The cap I mentioned is the top cap on each leg. Venture places the information there.
donn0128 07/31/14 08:09am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Landing gear problems

Take the top cap off flip it over and look. If they are Venture mfg landing gear there will be part and serial numbers there. They are probably failing because of too many times being jambed in the up position
donn0128 07/31/14 07:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Now I know the converter is bad what to replace with

Progressive Dynamics with charge wizard.
donn0128 07/30/14 11:43am Truck Campers
RE: SL3 SWM Slimeline single line triple LNB failed?

Generally when they fail they totally fail. Go thru setup again. My guess the dish has moved. Last winter I had to reset my roof top dish maybe three times.
donn0128 07/30/14 08:28am Technology Corner
RE: New Fifth Wheels

If you currently have a Cardinal your going to be haed pressed to find something you will like in that price range. I did see a couple of Arctic Fox fivers at just over 50K pretty well loaded. No Lippert frame, and still built by a family run company
donn0128 07/30/14 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Depressing Depreciation

Thats what happens when buying anything new. In your trucks case it is not helped by all the energy workers dumping trucks on the market.
donn0128 07/30/14 07:23am Tow Vehicles
RE: Road trip suggestions wanted..Oregon

Lapine state park is a great starting place. But you will need reservations.
donn0128 07/29/14 08:19pm Truck Campers
RE: West Yellowstone area to Coos Bay OR

Not my preferred route. For you I would still suggest 22 to valley junction and 18 to the coast. Or south on i5 maybe 20 miles and go thru Corvallis Philomath to the coast. The coast is a dont miss drive. You could also go about 20 miles south of Eugene over to the coast. Comes out at Reedsport. From there its a short drive to coos bay
donn0128 07/29/14 03:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: Artic Fox pin weight on 27-5l

Double that and you will be close. That number is obviously based on dry weight. It'll hardly be 3736lbs. 2600lbs would be closer. At over 13000 GVWR it will likely be very close to double. AF are notorious for being very heavy
donn0128 07/29/14 01:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: highway 97 in Oregon

Great drive. Slow thru Madras Redmond and Bend
donn0128 07/29/14 01:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Artic Fox pin weight on 27-5l

Double that and you will be close. That number is obviously based on dry weight.
donn0128 07/29/14 12:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: West Yellowstone area to Coos Bay OR

20 or 26 out of Ontario are both good roads. I would keep right on 20/22 toward Salem and either keep going west or drop south to Corvallis to the coast. Both are nice easy drives
donn0128 07/29/14 11:45am Roads and Routes
RE: Water Flow Is Now Back to Normal

Change to 5 or 10 micron filters. You wont know the difference and the filters will lqst much longer.
donn0128 07/29/14 08:14am Full-time RVing
RE: Newport, OR to Portland

North to Lincoln City.....east on Hwy.18 to McMinnville...Hwy.99 north. Done them all at one time or another. This is possibly the worst traffic wise. Cut over on 22 to Salem is way faster and less stress if you want to go that way. But you still have to fight the Lincoln City traffic mess. Still the best by far from Newport is due east to Philomath and either go up I5 or 99W. Which is fast becoming my preferred route. And not just because I live on the west side of the valley now, but because of the far less traffic and a more relaxing drive.
donn0128 07/29/14 08:11am Roads and Routes
RE: Changing Tires to Michelins?

When there was a recall on the BFG Commercial TA that is what my dealer replaced them with. Been good so far.
donn0128 07/29/14 06:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newport, OR to Portland

Donn0128 - is that the little park on the Luckiamute at the base of the big hill? Didn't realize there were camp hosts there. Yes, first state park in Oregon. Two decent beaches for playing in the river. They have a host here in the summer to help keep it looking nice. Other than the mice it is a good park
donn0128 07/29/14 06:29am Roads and Routes
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