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Traffic on I 55 south

Hello- We are leaving tomorrow morning to Hammond LA / New Orleans. Has any one taken the I-55 from Chicago to New Orleans lately and if so how is the traffic? Lots of construction?:h
kennyd63 09/18/14 10:22am Travel Trailers
RE: Winterizing pump hose attachment

I watched the video in the link below on how to winterize a tt. Can anyone tell me where to find the hose that you put in the antifreeze and attach to the water pump? I tried searching a few online stores and I cannot find them. Video Link dee74---- I watch the video, but this gentlemen did not mention anything about the low pint drain hoses..:h
kennyd63 09/14/14 07:49am Travel Trailers
Switching over from class C to class A

Hello this question is for one of my friends. He is planing on selling his class C for a class A. What state would he be able to get the best deal for his buck? By the way he is looking at a diesel pusher.. He heard that Florida has better deals and Texas when it comes to diesel pushers, is that true?:h Thank you All:@
kennyd63 08/27/14 02:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to us Fleetwood Wilderness

Boy- That is one sweet T.T. congrats and happy camping:)
kennyd63 08/27/14 07:54am Travel Trailers
KEY ???

This come as a choker to me. I was not aware that the key that open your outside storage compartment of my T.T. is a universal key. CH-751, why even bother locking this compartment if anyone else can walk around and open it with their own key. Ok maybe I am over paranoid ...This is sad:M
kennyd63 08/25/14 06:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Need opinions about recaulking roof

I'd prep the areas really well and wait for a sunny day (you're in WA) and re-caulk using Dicor Self Leveling Lap Sealant. The prep job is really important. I'd use mineral spirits and a good roughish bath rag (smaller than a hand towel) - prep the area, let it dry out really well, then caulk. FrankShore- I notice that you mention that your 2014 Minnie winne burned, total lost? Please let me know what happen we have the same make and model...:?
kennyd63 08/18/14 09:18am Travel Trailers
RE: Keys >>>

RV dealership should be able to make keys for you, I personally went to the local lock smith and had a few extra sets made. Tim Thank you Tim...
kennyd63 08/12/14 08:43am Travel Trailers
Keys >>>

Top of the morning- I lost my key that locks the dead bolt to my 2010 403 FB P/T. when I swung the keys onto the top of the dashboard of my 2009 F150. WOW, the keys went between the windshield and the dashboard not to be found.. Anyway does anyone out there know if they can make this key? I do have an extra and would like to make another copy.. Where should I go?:o Thank you all--
kennyd63 08/12/14 08:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Making a move over to TTs

Hi all, Finally sold my heap of junk Holiday Rambler class A... excited about making my move to the world of TTs. Just put a deposit on a Passport GT 2400BHWE. I like that they are all aluminum framed and the GT has ducted furnace w/ heated enclosed underbelly. Any other passport owners care to share any good/bad info regarding this line? Chris Congrats Biggyniner!!! And welcome to the world of T.T. I myself dumped my class A last year. Boy how I like this T.T. the wife also enjoys it... Good luck and happy camping!!!:B
kennyd63 08/10/14 10:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Skilight cover!!!!

I'm sure camping world has it. Wa I also have damage on the side of the aluminum body of the skin of the T.T.
kennyd63 08/03/14 02:45pm Travel Trailers
Skilight cover!!!!

Well- A branch in about 12" in diameter fell over the skylight cover in the shower of my 2010 Salem on Friday!!!:M Now I have to figure out where the heck to buy this cover before it starts raining. As for now I placed a plastic bag and taped it to the remainder of the skylight cover. Any advise I would appreciated .. Thank you,:? kennedy >>>
kennyd63 08/03/14 01:22pm Travel Trailers
From class A to T. T.

How many of you have change from class A to T.T? And be honest why?:h Thank you,
kennyd63 07/06/14 05:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Toilet seal>>.

According to my records, that was old-biscuitYou keep records??? Sorry 2oldman, I do not keep records. However thank you for reminding me who it was. I will send old-biscuit a message to thank him again.:W
kennyd63 06/30/14 05:43am Travel Trailers
Toilet seal>>.

I would like to take this time to thank the gentleman that suggested to use plumbers grease in my leaky toilet seal. It took 3 applications with it but now the rubber seal is back to new condition, no more empty toilet bowl. You really save me time by not having to take the toilet apart, and money with your tip. Again thank you so much. Yours truly Kennedy>>>>>:B
kennyd63 06/29/14 05:29pm Travel Trailers
Roof sealant!!!

Ok, I know that you folks have heard this topic many times. The question is after washing the rubber roof, do I need to remove the old sealant, even if the cracks are very fine, before I apply new self leveling sealant over the old one?:h
kennyd63 06/15/14 09:21pm Travel Trailers
What is the maximum water pressure ?

What is the maximum water pressure that any T.T. hot or cold water pipes will take when hook up to city water? I know use a pressure regulator. Which I do. Thank you all-:@
kennyd63 06/02/14 08:30am Travel Trailers
No water to T.T. Follow up!!!

I had posted this back in May 25 2014, regarding no water in T.T. Well let me tell you what was the problem. (They need it to replace the city water hookup ( Wow six weeks to take care of this issue? ) Enough of that what, matters now is that I got my baby back and I am happy:)
kennyd63 06/02/14 06:13am Travel Trailers
RE: Give them somewhat of a break

I am posting this here because it is one of the few forums I look at. I see a lot of critical reviews of people and their choice of trailer or TV and the research they do. I only ask that we give them a break. I did a little experiment and went to two different Dodge dealerships and spoke with a multitude of people. Neither of which gave me the correct information. I positioned myself as a CURRENT truck owner who was curious about it's capabilities, so no one can say they were just trying to make a sale. Either way of all the people I spoke to, I got 90% incorrect information. The last guy even told me that tongue weight does not decrease from the payload. I saw calculators, papers, pamphlets...everything...they all really went out of their way to help, just didn't get much right. I spurned a lot of conversations in offices between sales guys, managers and service dept while I was there. Still, not a lot of correct information. Even on this forum, there was a recent conversation on the ratings which caused confusion. So, when people say research things, it isn't always that easy. Some people expect "experts" to be able to give them accurate information. If I were a consumer, I believe that I did everything right by going to two different dealers, going to the trailer dealer, looking on websites..etc. It still doesn't mean that you will get a proper hook up. Even I was mis-lead somewhat and will be towing a bit over weight this summer, until next year when I can afford a new truck (I ain't made of money). So for now, I drive careful, kept the trips short this year and will be just fine. So I guess the point is, we should give those people a bit of a break, after all, we are here to "help" each other right? I couldn't said it better my self. Thank you for the post.:)
kennyd63 05/29/14 10:13am Travel Trailers
RE: should sliders stay in or out???

We leave ours out all summer long, do to the fact that we go to our place every weekend thru out the summer. Plus ours get some shade so I don't worry about the seals getting dry. And as for the critters, I only have the mice problem during winter when the slides are close figure that one out. Good luck on whatever you decide to do.;)
kennyd63 05/29/14 08:38am Travel Trailers
RE: Best Truck for Pulling

I am with the above. There is so little difference in the big 3 that the best truck for towing for YOU is the truck that fits YOU the best. Try all three and get the one that YOU like best. And yes, I do have a Ford. I agree with BB TX, and yes I also have a ford.:W
kennyd63 05/28/14 09:56am Travel Trailers
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