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RE: EZ Pass issues

Axle counting in NY must be an enhancement. Why do you need two different transponders then?
mbopp 10/02/15 05:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Casita phantom load

With everything off the phantom draws are the propane detector and radio memory in my TT. I put a switch on the radio and the detector draw is 70ma (.07A) IIRR. Yes, you need 14V+ at the battery to get a good charge. I mounted a deck-mount IOTA to the ceiling of the pass-through. 3' cable run to the batteries. The problem with a long wire run to the inadequate WFCO converter was solved.
mbopp 10/02/15 04:15pm Tech Issues
RE: EZ Pass issues

Most of the NY EZ-Passes are on the windshield. A few years back there were car manufacturers that made an optional heated windshield. They had a gold tint to them and would block the EZ-Pass signal (like the storage bags.) Those drivers had to get bumper or licence plate transponders. Some states count the number of axles. NY does not. Hence I have two EZ-Pass transponders - a white one for solo and a blue one for towing the TT.
mbopp 10/02/15 04:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Equalizer or Reese Dual Cam

A satisfied DC user here. 10 years and two trailers. The only issue I had was wear on the cams. When I got the new TT I flipped the cams to get a new wear surface and also belt sanded the bar hooks to 90-degrees. And I now lube the cams with a few drops of ATF.
mbopp 10/02/15 03:15pm Towing
RE: Just a thought.

Our '05 Starcraft hybrid had outside access to the dinette seat.
mbopp 10/02/15 03:07pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: fuel stabilizer

All my small engines get E0 (non-ethanol) gas. After I drain the tank and run the carb dry, I put some 2-stroke mix in the tank, run it through the carb, then drain the tank and run the carb dry again. The 2-stroke oil 1) has stabilizer in it and 2) I figure it keeps the carb gaskets from drying out. I had to tear down and clean son-in-laws weedwacker carb this spring after he let it sit all winter with E10 in it. Coincidence?
mbopp 10/02/15 03:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Atwood vs. Suburban Propane Hot Heaters -Pilot Light Models

I may be wrong, but I believe even the pilot-light models require 12V for the gas valve.
mbopp 10/01/15 05:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Towing capacity help

Two radiators, or a radiator and air conditioning condensed?
mbopp 09/27/15 10:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: Greasing tow trailer axles

+++ on pulling the hubs and hand repacking the bearings. Here's a link: http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/17173784.cfm
mbopp 09/19/15 07:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Help with my wheel hub please

If it's a Dexter axle: http://dexteraxle.com/e_z_lube_components Looks like you need a cap and plug kit, and maybe a retainer nut kit.
mbopp 09/13/15 11:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for nice campsite/scenery in adirondacks for

Never been there, but maybe Lake George RV Park?
mbopp 09/13/15 09:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Tow 23Rs With F150 Supercew

Welcome to the forum. Towing capacity is only a small part of the equation. Do you have the Max tow package, or standard tow setup? More important is the payload capacity. How many people are you going to haul in the Supercrew? How much "stuff" in the bed? Now add in the tongue weight of the trailer and the weight of the hitch. 1/2-ton crew cabs can get overloaded fairly quickly.
mbopp 09/12/15 07:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing question

What's the payload on the Tahoe, and how many people are you carrying? Add it all up and I'll wager you'll be over your GVW rating.
mbopp 09/10/15 12:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: Forest Service Campgrounds with electricity

There are several in the Allegheny National Forest in PA. They are all 20A though. Sure about that? IIRR Red Bridge has some FHU 30A sites.
mbopp 09/09/15 05:34pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping

Check the axle manufacturer's website. IIRR Dexter specs were 4-1/2" bolt circle, 1/2" studs, 0 offset. Old Ford rims were a 4-1/2" bolt circle, the new ones are probably metric.
mbopp 09/09/15 07:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Screen door inside latch

Lippert makes one. I ordered it from my dealer and replaced the plain-Jane panel.
mbopp 09/07/15 06:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anybody towing a 2000ish Subaru Outback?

Automatic transmission Outbacks can't be towed either 2- or 4-down. IIRR manual trannys are OK. I had an '01 Outback.
mbopp 09/07/15 04:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: No shore power Sunset Trail RV

An ohmmeter or continuity tester will show you if there's an open in either the hot or neutral line. And yes, check for burned wires / loose connections where the power cord terminates inside the trailer.
mbopp 08/23/15 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Question for you old guys.

I registered in the HS guidance office, but my draft card is long gone. I remember in college being glued to the radio as the '53 draft lottery was drawn. I had a high number, but it was a moot point since they didn't take anybody from the draft that year.
mbopp 08/23/15 02:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Trailer stair bounce

$5 scissor jack from the flea market.
mbopp 08/23/15 02:27pm General RVing Issues
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