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RE: attn: Weight Police

The payload is the GVWR minus the weight of your truck. Has nothing to do with the tires on your truck.
lbrjet 11/22/14 12:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Detrioit to Niagra Falls in Spring 2015????

We spent five nights there a few years ago and would have stayed longer if time permitted. The power plant self guided free tour is very interesting and the Erie Canal boat ride out of Lockport is worth the money. Visit Fort Niagara and every viewing point on the falls, both sides. Of course the maid of the mist can't be missed. State parks and beautiful scenery when you get out of town.
lbrjet 11/22/14 09:02am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shortcut east of Scottsdale->Verde river->Rt 87?

Rio Verde Dr goes from North East Scottsdale east just north of the park. Forest Road then goes south through the town of Rio Verde then across Indian land to 87 at the casino. It's been a couple of years since I was up that way, but I don't remember any of the roads being dirt.
lbrjet 11/20/14 07:35am Roads and Routes
RE: Buying RV Lots In SW Florida

So please tell us the yearly maintenance fee at Gulf Waters. I would hope that it is significantly less than the island amount since the lots are around 100K.
lbrjet 11/18/14 08:12am Full-time RVing
RE: open vs limited slip diferentials.

I agree with Fordlover on the Ford LS, pretty much worthless.
lbrjet 11/17/14 07:52am Tow Vehicles
RE: Problems with South Dakota Health Insurance for Full Timer's

Texas and Florida have way more people living in them which translates to a much lower full time RV percentage of the population than SD does. Since insurance is priced at the state level, it is much more difficult to price policies accurately when a bunch of your potential clients never spend any time in the state. I would be more worried about the Feds taking away your domicile status than Texas or Florida.
lbrjet 11/16/14 01:26pm Full-time RVing
RE: Topper (solid) or Cap ?

I wanted to keep full visibility out the rear window when backing my trailer so I went with the ARE lid. It is secure and painted to exactly match the truck. 4.5 years and 73,000 miles later it still looks brand new. It wasn't cheap, 950 bucks, but I'm happy with it.
lbrjet 11/14/14 11:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Health Insurance

Billing BCBS is not the issue. If you want to be billed out of network and be responsible for the 'balance billed' amount go right ahead and use a service provider not affiliated with BCBS in that state. You are then on the hook for the difference between the billed amount and the contracted amount which could be thousands or tens of thousands. In my wife's case it would have been over 15 grand for the appendectomy and one night in the hospital.
lbrjet 11/14/14 11:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Health Insurance

Yes, as long as service provider accepts the Blue Cross company IN THAT STATE then your PPO plan from another state will be in network. For example, my wife had emergency surgery this year in NY state while we were traveling and the hospital accepted Empire NY, the New York BCBS company. All bills were treated as in network and paid promptly by BCBS Arizona. Bills actually gets submitted to the 'in state' BCBS company and then are relayed to your state BCBS company for payment.
lbrjet 11/14/14 07:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Sequoia door-jamb sticker

Look for "the weight of occupants and cargo should not exceed XXXX pounds".
lbrjet 11/13/14 02:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wondering if this trailer would be to much for my truck?

I would look for a fiver with more cargo capacity.
lbrjet 11/11/14 07:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: travel trailer insurance

My auto insurance agent just put our camper on our motor vehicle policy. We don't have a specific policy on the camper. If it's parked in your yard and a tree falls on it your homeowner policy will cover it. You can't drive your trailer so there's no need for a separate policy on it. As mentioned previously, talk to your regular auto insurance agent. That's fine until a tree falls on it anywhere else.
lbrjet 11/09/14 07:23am Beginning RVing
RE: Questions Regarding ProPride 3P Hitch

Sounds like it was not installed 100% correctly. Sean should be able to guide you step by step in taking it apart and re-installing it. He has helped many people on here installing their hitch.
lbrjet 11/07/14 05:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Getting to Usery Pass, AZ from Scottsdale

Sure Bush highway is fine for towing. A little slow (35mph) and curvy in places but overall a good road. Most is 45 to 50 mph. I have towed both directions from Usery Pass to 87 and it is a beautiful drive.
lbrjet 11/07/14 12:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Getting to Usery Pass, AZ from Scottsdale

Check for road construction closures on the 202 before traveling. The east entrance just off Gilbert was closed last Sunday.
lbrjet 11/07/14 09:41am Roads and Routes
RE: Scranton Pa I -81 construction

It wasn't done a when I was through there a couple of months ago, but I had no delay. The one lane travel was actually kind of nice without the traffic blowing by me.
lbrjet 11/03/14 07:32am Roads and Routes
RE: State of residence for full timers

A multi-state plan means that the contract verbiage and coverages are the same in two or more states. Has nothing to do with being covered in multiple states. Look for a PPO plan from a large insurer if you want nationwide coverage. A multi-state HMO plan will not do the trick. I know this because this is exactly what Indiana offered under ACA and what I had for three months until I moved to Arizona. Indiana did away with its PPO plans under ACA. My ACA Indiana policy was multi-state and you may incorrectly assume that it means coverage in multiple states, but it does not.
lbrjet 11/03/14 07:18am Full-time RVing
RE: Ford 150 V6 3.5L EcoBoost

Dewey, Don't you have to subtract the passenger weight from the 1000 lbs. Driver and passengers.
lbrjet 10/31/14 11:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: getting your mail while moving around

I wouldn't trust you or anyone else with my personal information. I think most people probably feel the same way and your customer base would be extremely limited.
lbrjet 10/31/14 11:27am Full-time RVing
RE: Rim spec's

Mine has a weight rating that corresponds to 65 PSI. It is stamped on the back side of the rim. Crawl under with a flashlight and take a look. I put 7500 miles this summer on my new 'E' rated tires using 65 PSI and they still look new.
lbrjet 10/30/14 10:15am Travel Trailers
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