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RE: Dreaming Dog

Curious. What makes it necessary to kill the coyotes?
ed6713 09/16/14 04:22am RV Pet Stop
RE: Extended season use of TT near freezing temperatures

We camp like that often. With the heater operating, I open all the drawers and cabinet doors to allow the warmer air to get into the hidden spaces. No problems so far. Plus. I keep the hot water heater on. Have fun.
ed6713 09/15/14 01:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: Do you use RV Consumer Group for motorhome ratings?

I used them when I bought my Arctic Fox in 2000 and again when I bought my Lazy Daze. I could not find any other source that did not have a vested interest in their opinion. Owners tend to give opinions that reinforce their purchase decision. How many of us are willing to admit to an expensive mistake? Owners groups tend to be fan boys and rarely talk about things they don't like about their purchase decision. Again, to reinforce their choice. As you say, they surely don't buy one of every RV being made. Who could possibly afford that. Oh well. Like a lot of other things, you pay your money and take your chances. Question. Of the amount you are contemplating spending, what percent of that figure is $135? Pretty small I bet. Maybe .000001% Enjoy your choice. The lifestyle is fun.
ed6713 09/13/14 03:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Most secure email account for RVing & traveling

I second G-Mail. I think Google is way ahead of the competition in terms of security of passwords, user names, etc. I use two step verification when logging into Google. Makes it very hard for the bad guys to steal my info.
ed6713 09/12/14 07:55pm Technology Corner
RE: mercedes or gas?pros and cons

Gas. Unless you are going to put, say 200,00 miles on the RV, gas is the way to go.
ed6713 09/12/14 01:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: New Good Sam Camping World Credit Card - Comenity Bank

What's the APR on this card?
ed6713 09/12/14 10:01am General RVing Issues
RE: Good Sam ESP--A rip off

News flash!!! ESP's make money by denying claims, not by approving them. Why people spend their money on such things is beyond me. Whatever floats your boat. Enjoy your travels.
ed6713 09/12/14 08:51am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: Questions about requesting bids from dealers

I'm guessing you won't find many dealers who will take you up on this idea. What's to stop you from taking the lowest offer then using that to get a slightly better deal from another dealer. Playing one against another. Ever try to get a car dealer to put their very best offer in writing signed by the boss? Not going to happen. You might say "well I just wouldn't do that. It's not fair". How would a dealer know that? Not going to happen.
ed6713 09/11/14 08:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Leak

A properly installed and sealed A/C unit will not leak. No matter how hard it's raining. With that said. Remove the inside cover to the A/C unit. Look up and you will see the head of some bolts. These bolts will snug up the gasket between the unit and the roof. See if you can see any signs of water. Snug the bolts by perhaps a half turn. Use a garden hose to flood the area with water. See if any leaks inside. If so, snug the bolts another half turn and use the hose again. If it's the gasket, this should fix the leak as long as the gasket isn't damaged.
ed6713 09/10/14 07:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Can you help me figure out the right motorhome?

A worthwhile site. Unbiased info. about RV's RV Consumer Group
ed6713 09/09/14 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Qick Advice for Hershey Show Please

Lazy Daze, Born Free, Coach House Platinum.
ed6713 09/09/14 11:22am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Love Camp Cooking but Getting Fat

The principle behind weight loss is real simple. Eat less. Move more.
ed6713 09/08/14 02:27pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs

Type "delamination" in the Search box and you will get dozens of hits on this oft discussed topic. Same with Google. Type "RV delamination" No quick and easy fix, I' m afraid.
ed6713 09/08/14 02:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repairing Delamination on 5th wheel exterior?

There have been several recent discussions right here on this topic. Put "delamination" in the Search box and you will get lots of hits. Put "RV delamination" in Google and you will get dozens of hits. None of which are likely to make you real happy. This is a major project you're talking about. There are some U Tube videos as well. Best of luck.
ed6713 09/07/14 06:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fresh water tank & antifreeze

Given the relatively mild winter you can expect, the overnight dip into the teens should cause no freezing problems. It takes sustained freezing temps. to freeze a tank full of water. If an overnight freeze was predicted, I would turn on the hot water heater and leave it on. Open the drawers and cabinet doors to allow the warm air inside the camper to circulate through the areas that likely contain the plumbing. Run to propane furnace to keep the interior temp. about 50* or so. You'll be fine. We camp in much colder weather in CO and that's what we do. No problems to date. Have fun. Don't shoot too many opossums. Save some for the next guy. :W
ed6713 09/07/14 04:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Will I be sorry, FR3 by Forrest River 30 DS

The RV Consumer Group is a great resource. Just might save you from making a big mistake. $$$$$$ RV Consumer Group It does cost money, much like Consumers Report does, but it's chump change compared to what you're about to spend. Enjoy your new RV, whatever it might be.
ed6713 09/07/14 02:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: inflating tires on rv with nitrogen, good idea?

I don't use nitrogen. I just change the air in my tires once a year. Works for me. :B Do you use regular or synthetic air :@ Hmmm. If I went synthetic, I could probably go two years. Good idea.
ed6713 09/06/14 07:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: inflating tires on rv with nitrogen, good idea?

I don't use nitrogen. I just change the air in my tires once a year. Works for me. :B
ed6713 09/06/14 04:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: internet connection

That's going to be a very expensive travel hobby unless you're on free high speed Wi-Fi. Internet data plans are very costly per gig. Curious, how many gigs per hour would you typically use for such gaming?
ed6713 09/04/14 01:08pm Technology Corner
RE: installing second battery in 2004 roadtrek

Batteries should always be of the same age and brand. Replace the original one at the same time you add the new. If you go with AGM batteries, the compartment will not have to be vented. In fact, if there is a good space close to the current battery the new battery can be inside the rig.
ed6713 09/03/14 06:23pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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