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RE: Another negative recommendation of an RV Park

Geez, I stated why I do not stay at parks that charge for "guests". That happens to be my policy if I am visiting friends or relatives that might visit my "house".that is a standard that I live by. I also said if guests are going to use park amenities they should pay. You seem to think some people are going to cheat. I do not. Since you brought it up, Which category do you fit in?
imgoin4it 07/31/14 10:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Another negative recommendation of an RV Park

I do not stay at parks that charge for "guests". We travel primarily to visit friends and relatives. When a brother or sister visits for an hour or two does not in my mind justify paying to sit in my coach and talk. If guests we going to use a pool and other amenities, then one should pay. Not otherwise. Fortunately the policy of paying for guests is primarily an eastern thing we don't worry about it muck. I have yet to find a park in the western part of the US that charges for guests. Probably some somewhere but not where I go.
imgoin4it 07/30/14 09:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Flooring choices for my home

The way to get and or keep the groute lines clean is to have them cleaned and sealed. We have two businesses that do just that. The tile including groute is cleaned and sealed. After 6 months it still looks like brand new. The business recommends an annual cleaning which is much less time and money than the initial cleaning we had 13 years after having the tile installed. We are really happy with the results. Our Elms lodge has a lot of tile. We have it cleaned and sealed by folks in business and it alwAys looks great.
imgoin4it 07/29/14 02:48pm Around the Campfire
RE: frige level

Imagine a flat pan with liquid in it. When the pan is level the liquid is the same depth through out the area of the pan. Now if you were heating that liquid it would circulate and mix for a pretty reasonable even distribution of temperature. But tip the pan off level and with the same heat, some of the liquid will get heated and if off level enough, some of the heat can just heat the pan (actually burn it) because it is dry and no liquid to heat in that area. That is pretty much how it works and why if way off level the fridge does not work well and fail far to early. Now for going down the road there is enough movement of the liquid sloshing around that you get even heating and not hot spots on the dry pan.
imgoin4it 07/28/14 01:19pm Class A Motorhomes

Sounds like an advertisement to me.
imgoin4it 07/28/14 12:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flooring choices for my home

We like ceramic tile. Just had master bath "suite" tiled. Includes two walk in closets and love it. We use one bedroom as a computer room and thinking of replacing bad carpet with tile. So tile is my suggestion.
imgoin4it 07/28/14 12:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: Slide covers

I saw an article about putting a inflated beach ball in the center of the slide topper. Would need to figure out how to get it in and out. Probably a ladder.
imgoin4it 07/27/14 12:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Expired Warranties

I had one motor home that was repaired under warrant three times for the same problem in five years. Still had same problem when I traded it after five years. And yes I thought it should be fixed under warranty as the original problem kept reoccuring. Had same problem when I traded. Manufacturer was still doing warranty repair when I traded it at 5 plus years. I just could not stand it anymore.
imgoin4it 07/26/14 10:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Traction w/DP

I got stuck in a city RV park with grass spots right after a good rain. Had no traction at all. Had to be towed out. My traveling friends got stuck in another RV park in Canada where we were laying up waiting for better weather. He slipped off the edge of the pavement onto a couple inches of snow coveted soft shoulder. He had to be towed out. From those two experiences I'm staying on solid decent roads.
imgoin4it 07/26/14 10:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Painting the basement- color questions

I can imagine that it would look very good. Absolutely terrible to keep clean though.I have 4 colors on our coach, two are dark one of which is black. Dark colors show everything if and when not clean and shiny.
imgoin4it 07/25/14 04:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: stress cracks on front cap?

I had similar on the front of my motor home. It was at factory for some body work and paint. They fixed the stress cracks by building up fiberglass on the back side and repainted. I think yours would be same then refinish with gel coat to match existing. Might be able to build up from front. Just don't know. Recommend you watch how it is refinished because many places want to use paint the same color as gel coat. They can make it match but it probably will not age the same.
imgoin4it 07/24/14 07:01pm Tech Issues
RE: Replace Sleeper Sofa with Recliners

I got two Lane recliners on sale for about half of what one Lambright recliner costs. The Lambright is nicer and that is what I was going to get but could not pass up what I found and they are working good. When the time comes I can toss them out and Lambright would be what I would go for. .
imgoin4it 07/22/14 06:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Did ya' ever notice?

It wasn't literally dumpster diving, but I got a brand new attwood water heater that was set beside the dumpster. A friend told me his neighbor removed the water heater from a brand new RV and installed an on demand heater. He told me where to find the "old one" setting by the dumpster so I went and got it. Anyone need a water heater? Don't know what too do with it but I couldn't see it going to a land fill.
imgoin4it 07/20/14 06:10pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Which Flat Screen TV ??? recommendations...

I just replaced the original 26" (?) TV in the front with a 32" Samsung. It fit without modifying the cabinet. I put a 24" Visio in the bedroom. Took out old TV and had a door made to match the cabinets, mounted the new TV to the door which now opens on a piano hinge. The Visio is easier to add a channel for Sat TV than the Samsung, but I think the Samsung is better.
imgoin4it 07/19/14 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: WD08 Project Update

I Had a Journey that I had to be very careful about filling and emptying the black tank. If you have the same situation as I here is what I found. The commode was on the passenger side of the coach. Of course the discharge side was on the drivers side. The commode dumped straight down into the tank but because of the location the tank was very shallow and I believe sloped to the drivers side and drain. This made using a considerable about of water necessary to make sure everything "floated" to the water in a near empty tank rather than just stick to the dry bottom. Also I would not empty the tank until nearly full. And many times would travel with a fair amount in the black tank so I could get the benefit of it sloshing around to keep from getting the dreaded pile.
imgoin4it 07/19/14 07:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2006 Winnebago Sightseer 30B

I think the only things that need to be watched is; 1 the edge of the fiberglass roof. Make sure it is sealed down on the edges. The other thing is watch for rust then leaking around the windshield. Keep it sealed. Winnebago makes a nice motor home
imgoin4it 07/16/14 04:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which shocks stop the body roll?

The one big difference I noticed between a freighter chassis with a solid front axel and our current Spartan chassis with independent suspension was body role going in and out of drives and similar situations. I could not tell the difference between the two driving down the highway. If all is in good mechanical conditioning would put it all on the type axle.
imgoin4it 07/15/14 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Possible Big Repairs, Used Motor Home

Have a friend that bought a used diesel motor home. He had the same concern so he bought a Good Sam maintenance contract. Not sure of the name but not the emergency road service. As it turned out he had no problems but he bought peace of mind for the first year or two, then dropped the contract.
imgoin4it 07/15/14 08:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Watch What This B-787 Dreamliner Can Do?

Impressive, although I not sure I'd like being a passenger during those maneuvers.
imgoin4it 07/15/14 08:27am Around the Campfire
RE: RV dealers and MSRP above RV maker prices?

Sales man
imgoin4it 07/14/14 12:37pm General RVing Issues
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