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RE: RV Camping near New River Gorge WV

We stayed at Summer Wind RV Park in Dawson while visiting that area. Pretty views with full hookups.
lbrjet 05/05/16 05:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southwest trip planning

Holbrook KOA is a good campground.
lbrjet 05/05/16 05:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Replacement tire for the Chinese OEM rubber

15 inch 225 tires will give a much higher load capacity which is an upgrade in itself. I have 13,000 miles on my ST 225/75/R15 Hercules Power STR tires with plenty of tread left for another 4K this summer. There are lots of good tires out there besides Maxxis. I should mention I also got 9,000 miles and 4 years out of my OEM Duro 2100 radials. I only switched them out so I could upgrade to a higher load rating. Both sets made in China and both sets have been great tires.
lbrjet 05/05/16 04:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jay Flight 6 gallon water heater

The two of us get by fine. 20 minutes between showers is the only drawback.
lbrjet 05/05/16 04:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Nervous Newbie

Congrats and welcome. No getting around being nervous the first time out. Take it easy on the road and go somewhere close by.
lbrjet 05/04/16 07:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Buying trailer in FL, PA resident- how to title?

Yes, FL title, registration and insurance. Your transaction has nothing to do with PA.
lbrjet 05/04/16 04:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ram 2500 Transmission Ratios

Can't compare trucks or campers cost between USA and Canada. Completely different animal. Both are costly up north.
lbrjet 05/03/16 12:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: max capacity tow buffer

The most limiting factor is usually exceeding the payload rating. What does your yellow sticker say?
lbrjet 05/01/16 05:05pm Towing
RE: Direct or Dish TV

I have changed my locals from one end of the country to the other with my Dish Tailgater. Maybe you got Dish and Direct mixed up on that point. I have used it in over 30 states.
lbrjet 04/30/16 05:13pm Technology Corner
RE: Help with WDH... Fastway E2 vs Equalizer 4pt

The E2 is not the same as the E4, who ever said that has no clue what they are talking about. Towing for the first time can be nerve racking and as you get more experience it will get more relaxed. Your best bet is to get actual scale weights with with truck and trailer and truck alone and compare your front axle weights. They should be about the same. You may be transferring too much weight. I don't think a new hitch is the answer just yet.
lbrjet 04/30/16 08:07am Travel Trailers
RE: Who's insurance pays

It would have been the comprehensive coverage that covered his payout. Are you sure it didn't say he had no liability coverage? What does your insurance agent say about this letter?
lbrjet 04/30/16 07:57am Travel Trailers
RE: Need help connecting AZ/NV/UT/CO sightseeing spots...

The Moki is just a steep gravel road. Stay in Bluff at the Cadillac Ranch and take the toad to do your SE Utah sight seeing. The bad road is in Monument Valley. A higher clearance there is recomended or take the tour ride. We drove it because we wanted to stop when and where we wanted to.
lbrjet 04/28/16 08:16pm Roads and Routes
RE: Need help connecting AZ/NV/UT/CO sightseeing spots...

4 corners is on the way from Monument valley to Mesa Verde. It is a tourist trap but is also one of a kind. A family photo of each person in a different state is something your kids would never forget. I enjoyed Valley of the Gods way more than Monument Valley, which is very commercialized and crowed, not to mention an awful road to drive. Driving up the Moki Dugway to Natural Bridges NM is also highly recommended. Have a geeat trip.
lbrjet 04/28/16 10:04am Roads and Routes
RE: Tow Vehicle Capacity

The only thing I would worry about is your receiver. If it is not rated for 1500 lbs of tongue weight I would change it out.
lbrjet 04/28/16 09:08am Travel Trailers
RE: Rt 2 thru Vermont, NH, and Maine?

Rt 2 is a great drive. Is a little slow going in parts of Maine with lot's of little towns but they are all interesting in one way or the other.
lbrjet 04/27/16 09:20am Roads and Routes
RE: Need help connecting AZ/NV/UT/CO sightseeing spots...

Take out Lake Powell and everything lines up pretty well. I would remove that considering your time restraints.
lbrjet 04/25/16 08:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tire PSI

Your rears are rated at 2535 per tire in a dual application at 65 psi. Your fronts are rated for 3020 per tire at 75 psi. Both psi's exceed your axle ratings. Ford's recommended tire pressures always assume a maximum load.
lbrjet 04/23/16 08:22pm Towing
RE: Upgrading trailer tires

The Duro's were a great tire for me. I had 4 years and 9000 miles on them. They held air unbelievably well. I switched them out because of age and mostly because of an upcoming 7500 mile trip. Gave me a chance to go to a higher load range as well.
lbrjet 04/23/16 07:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Mt.Washington N.H.

We stayed at the Twin Mountain KOA. Close to the train, but not the auto road. Then hop on rt 2 over to Maine.
lbrjet 04/23/16 08:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 93 south Vegas to Kingman

Easy drive.
lbrjet 04/22/16 07:58pm Roads and Routes
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