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RE: Mid Life Crisis Or Just Ready To Live?

The answer to your question
ed6713 08/01/14 02:05pm Full-time RVing
RE: Over cab bed area external crack, Should I be concerned?

A little piece of EternaBond would be better than caulk because it is much more flexible. It will twist and turn with the flexing and not simply pull away like caulk.
ed6713 07/31/14 09:27pm Truck Campers
RE: Boondocking near old town Albuquerque

Just past the National Atomic Museum on 20th Street NW is a large convention hotel that is lightly used. We stayed there overnight a few years ago. Well lighted area. Very near Old Town. Look at google earth. 35.099. -106.668
ed6713 07/31/14 09:19pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Mid Life Crisis Or Just Ready To Live?

There are RV groups doing exactly what you're talking about doing. Here are two good ones. There are others. http://www.lonersonwheels.com/ http://www.escapees.com/solos/ Twenty Years From Now You Will Be More Disappointed By The Things You Didn’t Do Than By The Ones You Did Do Go for it. Don't let the naysayers get in your way.
ed6713 07/31/14 08:55pm Full-time RVing
RE: Propane fuel filter for catalytic heater?

I've used a Wave 3 for years. So have several friends. No filter of any type. No problems of any type.
ed6713 07/29/14 03:22am Tech Issues
RE: Adding a roof vent to a small area of the roof...

http://www.fantasticvent.com/ Can't get much better then a Fan-Tastic fan. Plus a great company to do business with.
ed6713 07/28/14 08:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Closed Topics?

Generally if it gets too nasty, political, religious, etc. this is about RV's and not a place for rants, crazies, etc.
ed6713 07/28/14 07:59pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Check engine light on V-10

Swing by WalMart or any auto supply place. For about $20 you can buy a reader that plugs into the OBD port to give you the code. Then, as suggested,go online to see what it means.
ed6713 07/28/14 07:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Can you camp at Wal-Marts....

Can't imagine why not. I've seen people resting in everything from their car to expensive Class A's. As long as overnight parking is allowed by that specific store, I can't see you causing a problem.
ed6713 07/28/14 02:15pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Ford vs Ram

Brand Wars, part 12,375. Ford? Dodge? GM? Toyota? Nissan? Break out the flame throwers guys. Take no prisoners!
ed6713 07/28/14 11:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: What do you keep plugged in

Not sure what you're talking about, but when the camper (class c) is at home, it's plugged in but nothing is running. Actually, since I have solar, it's not really plugged in but if I didn't it would be plugged to to keep the house batteries charged. I have a small battery maintainer I use for the chassis battery. Once a month, I exercise the generator by running the A/C , or heater,. Every three months, I take it for a 45 drive.
ed6713 07/26/14 02:29pm Tech Issues
RE: Experienced RVing Dog Owner Question.. PLEASE

We routinely leave our three dogs in the camper for up to about 4 hours. Open all the roof vents, crack open the cab windows, leave lots of drinking water and take off. Our camper has a small bathroom window that you can't reach from outside without a ladder. I leave that open as well. Been doing this for the last 14 years. No problems yet. I have a 4x6 card with my name and cell phone number I put on the dashboard on the drivers side just in case.
ed6713 07/26/14 02:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Eternabond over butyl tape

I have used EternaBond over the years. It sticks to most anything except silicon caulk. Were it me, I would do as you have done by cleaning with acetone then tape over it. I like to use Eternabmd that will give me a two inch lap on both sides of the joint I'm tapeing. One inch absolute minimum.
ed6713 07/26/14 11:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Dog ID Card for Travel

Easy to make yourself. We take a picture of the dog then print it out about 4x6. Write our phone number on it and the dogs name. Take the shot record card. Lay them both on the printer and print several copies. Now you have a photo ID for your dog. We show it when entering Canada just like our passports. If they should get separated from you, you can show the picture around, give it to the local police, etc.
ed6713 07/26/14 11:34am RV Pet Stop
RE: Do you carry a spare tire?

Absolutely. What else would you do if you had a flat? All your road service companies say they will change a bad tire with *your* inflated spare. Your only other option is to have them either go back to town on your nickel, buy a tire and bring it to you, or tow you into town. Then you can only hope the tire shop has a tire that matches what you already have, or be prepared to wait while they order one. Can't imagine driving without a spare unless, perhaps, all the tires are the new run- flat type.
ed6713 07/25/14 08:26am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Campground Guide

If you want "public" campgrounds, you can find them here. Not in the dead-tree version, but online. Public campgrounds
ed6713 07/24/14 09:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bought some hearing aids today

Are they very expensive? They say you have to buy expensive ones to get good ones. Same here. What did they cost?
ed6713 07/24/14 07:14pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: stress cracks on front cap?

If the cap is fiberglass, the cracks you see May only be the gel coat and not through the fiberglass. Hairline cracks in gel coat are quite common on boats and RV's. Can you take a razor blade and put it in the crack very far? If not, I'm guessing it's the gel coat. Basically a cosmetic issue and not a structural issue.
ed6713 07/24/14 07:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Need help finding MH that fits our needs

Tow cars are typically used as additional storage for "stuff". If you weighted your Ave. and it came it at 5,600#, you'll probably really be dragging closer to 6,000# behind you once it's ready for the trip,gassed up, etc. Getting that weight rolling isn't the problem. It's the panic stop when the child had just walked into the road in front of you that's the issue here. Do you feel comfortable driving a heavy Class A or C plus pulling three tons behind you. That's the question.
ed6713 07/24/14 04:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: Class C towing

Lazydaze is worth consideration. 4,000# max. tow capacity. I don't think there is an E-450 chassis out there that can safely drag more than 5,00# around.
ed6713 07/24/14 04:06pm Class C Motorhomes
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