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RE: Brake pad smell after long downhills

Plus you can warp the rotors. More $$$$$ in addition to just the pads.
ed6713 07/21/14 08:49pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Archeology of a campground

If it's even close to a body of water? Cigarette butts, beer cans, monofilament line and fish hooks. The drunk, smoking fisherman really know how to foul their own nest.
ed6713 07/21/14 03:47pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Boondocking on a river

Just east of Salida on US 50 is a free BLM camping area right on the Arkansas River. 38.508142. -105.961398 Put these coordinates in Google Earth. Boat ramp, dumpsters, pit toilet. A short ride into Salida for groceries, restaurants, etc. One of our favorite spots. Just don't be telling everyone or it will he too crowded. Plus Salida has a public dump station and water fill if you need them. Enjoy Ed
ed6713 07/21/14 03:42pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Travel assistance away from home

We are waiting at CW to see if they can fix our AC? The guy told us it could be up to 5 days after they get approval if it has to be replaced. Will GS RA pay for our lodging and meals in the meantime? Surely you jest.
ed6713 07/21/14 12:34pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Good Sam extended Service Plan Coverage

Could someone let me know what the Good Sam extended Service Plan covers and what it does not cover? Three critically important things to do. 1) read the fine print 2) read it once more using a magnifying glass. 3) read it again especially as it refers to all the if's, ands and buts.
ed6713 07/21/14 12:32pm Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: Fiberglass siding

Its delamination...the siding is pulling away from what it was glued to......Its usually caused by moisture Plus it's very difficult to repair. Delamination repair Repair kit
ed6713 07/20/14 07:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Smashed Solar Panel Still Works (sort of) Question of Rain?

Had a similar incident while traveling. Went to a local glass company and had a piece of regular window glass cut to size. The glass company had a good adhesive that attached the glass to the solar panel. Did the job until I got around to replacing the panel.
ed6713 07/19/14 09:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Bad Roadside assistance

Coach-Net specializes in RV roadside assistance. Been very satisfied with them for the last eight years. Coach-Net
ed6713 07/18/14 08:34pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Possible move from 5r to TT - question

Maneuvering/parking a TT is a whole lot more difficult then a fiver of comparable, or even longer, length. Check the tow rating of your TV for a trailer vs a fiver. Bad info, nothing harder about it just different I've owned and driven both. The turning radius on a fiver is significantly smaller then on a comparably sized TT. In a tight campground, or negotiating a real tight corner, that makes a huge difference. The other big difference. When you back a TT, because the hitch is behind the bumper, you are limited to making an angle of about 60* between the front of the TT and the TV bumper or you will crush both the TT and the TV. With a fiver, that angle can be close to 90*. Hence the huge difference in maneuverability.
ed6713 07/17/14 07:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: how do national parks measure the length of a 5th wheel?

A question. Who here has *personally* , that is no hearsay, not a conversation overheard in the barbershop, but personally had someone from the campground break out a tape measure and measure your rig. In over 35 years of camping I have never had that happen nor have I ever had someone tell me it really happened to them. Urban legend me thinks. It's on my list of stuff to worry about but I'm afraid it's in last place.
ed6713 07/17/14 06:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Medicines while traveling

We have used WalMart for years. You simply transfer your prescriptions to them . Go online. Order your prescriptions. Tell them what store you want to pick them up at. That simple. We travel from coast to coast. Works without a hitch.
ed6713 07/17/14 05:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: North Platte Nebraska

There is a city campground called Cody Park. Very convenient in town location. Stayed there two years ago. Fun place. Cody Park
ed6713 07/17/14 05:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Possible move from 5r to TT - question

Maneuvering/parking a TT is a whole lot more difficult then a fiver of comparable, or even longer, length. Check the tow rating of your TV for a trailer vs a fiver.
ed6713 07/17/14 05:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Torn between FT or House/Condo

I would look at clean 4-6 year old units that have already taken the Big Hit. Tour and host a few years, if you have had enough of that life style, you'll come out a lot better! X2
ed6713 07/17/14 03:34pm Full-time RVing
RE: Crossing US Canada and back conflicting info on dogs

Proof of rabies. Nothing more. Crossed the border mucho times. No problems.in fact it's rare to even get asked about the dogs. I made a passport/photo ID for each dog. Took a good digital picture. Printed it out. Put the photo and shot record card along with my name and phone number on the copier and ran a few copies. That way, should the dog get separated from us, I have a current photo to show around as well as pretty good proof that the dog is mine.
ed6713 07/17/14 02:47pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: how do national parks measure the length of a 5th wheel?

Been camping since the mid '70's. Never once have I been asked about the length of my rig. As long as you can fit into a site and not stick out even a little into the roadway you'll be fine.
ed6713 07/17/14 02:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Abnormal approval time.

Extended warranty companies don't make money by paying clams; they make money by denying claims. That's why, in my mind, they are a huge waste of money. Better off by taking the cost of the policy and putting it in the bank for emergency repairs. Look at it this way. Some day you'll look back at this incident and say !(/-%}¥+%.:(
ed6713 07/17/14 02:37pm Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: temp patch on a cracked gray water pipe ??

A permanent repair.
ed6713 07/16/14 03:32pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Wireless TPMS Systems - which one is preferred

I think I am about to pull the plug on one of these, and the TST has the edge: The writeup on the CW page says this can read temperatures up to 80#. Will this be enough for your needs? My tires after running on asphalt on a hot day can get well over 80# pressure.
ed6713 07/15/14 07:23pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Insurance pay for plugging into the wrong power sorce?

I would absolutely file a claim as long as I determine the damage as as extensive as it seems. That's why we pay for insurance. We don't hesitate to file a claim for "accidents" although there at no "accidents". Every collision has a cause. Generally a stupid/careless driver is the cause. Making a mistake is no reason for the insurance company to deny the claim.
ed6713 07/15/14 11:35am General RVing Issues
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