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RE: Cedar Creek - Power Theater Seat Question

Anything like thay just seems like more crud to go wrong to me. Stick with the more basic would be my suggestion.
donn0128 03/25/17 04:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2007 Bounder headlight lens

There should be a DOT humber on the lower lens. Jot it down and do a web search for the number.
donn0128 03/25/17 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Full Time, Selling Everything

Storage rent could wind up costing you more than the contents are worth. A larger storage space is going to run you between 2 and 3 hundred dollars a month. You could sell or give away everything put the 300 a month in a savings, and at the end of 5 years have enough cash to buy new what ever you might need to set up housekeeping again. Anything like heir looms you simply cannot part with give to friends, kids or who ever to hold for you. Bottom line, everything is replaceable, so disposal is sure the best.
donn0128 03/25/17 01:23pm Full-time RVing
RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

Ram QC? Gee, I did not know that Ram or any mfg for that matter actually made the sensors? How about calling your local friendly auto parts store and buy the sensor, install it and go camping?
donn0128 03/25/17 10:37am Tow Vehicles
RE: Plastic water line

You want someone to repair a water line when you have a broken ? Im not sure what you have broken? But with plastic replacement is your only choice. Now, if its a faucet then any RV parts store will sell you a new one. If its the shower head or the mount that holds the shower head, a new one is your only choice. Again, any RV store will sell you one.
donn0128 03/25/17 09:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New member questions

"but will spend little time actually going down the road so I'm not looking to shell out extra money for things that are really only needed for extended towing periods" What equipment isn't needed when towing every two weeks for a hundred miles but is needed when towing every day for three hundred miles? Whether your towing 10 or a thousand miles you still need the exact same stuff. Brake controler, hitch, trailer light/brake wiring.
donn0128 03/25/17 09:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: New member questions

So much done to the truck, so little of it any good for pulling. If your going to a fifth wheel, stick with something in the 10,000 pound GVWR range. Any more and you will be one umhappy camper. You do need to remember, toy haulers are probably some of the worst for heating andmcooling. That huge back door makes for lousy insulation.
donn0128 03/25/17 08:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: Mice.

Trapped 8 of the darn critters last summer. Lots of spray foam and steel wool and I think I have a handle on them. Start placing sticky traps all over the place.
donn0128 03/24/17 04:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Two Fuel Pumps?

Likely an in tank pump only, and if your not getting fuel, likely its toats.
donn0128 03/24/17 03:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Coast vacation

Come a bit further north on I5 and cut over to 101 to Reedsport. Just south is one of the nicest parks on the coast. Salmon Harbor at Winchester bay. From here you canmget some dune buggy rides, light house tours. There is also a nice state park, but no real scenery. Salmon Harbor has some really great scenery as your looking right out at the bay/ocean.
donn0128 03/24/17 11:43am Roads and Routes
RE: RV Financing / Zero Down Options?

Dont see any grumpy old men, just some snide comments
donn0128 03/24/17 10:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Ram fuel filter

Genos garage is one good online source. I buy mine at Oriellys auto parts sometimes. There easy but messy to change.
donn0128 03/24/17 10:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: RV Financing / Zero Down Options?

Remember, RVs are a huge depreciating asset. With zero down and decent monthly payments your likely going to be up side down for a really really long time. Unless your plans vall for keeping it for at least 10 years, its not such a good financial decision IMHO.
donn0128 03/24/17 08:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Best place to buy Michelin's in AZ

Your local Discount tire store. They have always treated me very well.
donn0128 03/24/17 06:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: can not post.

Your on here? Rv.net is the only working portal now.
donn0128 03/23/17 09:33pm Forum Technical Support
RE: 2011 Duramax vs 2016 Cummins

What transmission? 2500 Cummins are available with both a 6 speed manual and a 6 speed automatic. The 68RFE automatic is a very reliable transmission that will return years of service. Depending on rear end ratio it could be a real good unit. The 3.42 standard rear end ratio works good for most people. But I would much prefer the 3.72 or the 4.10 for towing heavy.
donn0128 03/23/17 12:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Site Problem

The only 1 working any longer is rv.net. the rest are gone.
donn0128 03/23/17 11:30am Forum Technical Support
RE: Refrigerator Settings

Possibly. I doubt that if you tried to start from warm both at the same time that a standard household 20A circuit would hold. Remember, there is always going to be a certain amount of draw from the converter no matter what. You can figure maybe 5A just there alone. Look on the refer data plate and see what the 120VAC amp draw is.
donn0128 03/23/17 08:23am Beginning RVing
RE: Refrigerator Settings

Huh? You say the outside refer is a dorm type? That leads me to believe that it is 120VAC only. So whats the problem? 30A should be noroblem running both refers plus one AC. Unless you have a dedicated 30A outlet for the RV you probably only have 20A.
donn0128 03/23/17 08:08am Beginning RVing
RE: The Big Three's New Diesels put on a Dyno

Missing is the all important RPM at which those numbers were developed.
donn0128 03/23/17 06:29am Tow Vehicles
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