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RE: The Hitch after Rain

Or did this thread go from 5th wheel to TT "Like" Personally, I don't like people sliding through tight spaces that would make it possible to hit my hitch. Nor will I do the same to other people's vehicles. I give others respect that includes staying out of the bubble around their vehicle and I hope they return the favor to me. Really no need to be so close.
mudmaker 08/09/15 08:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anybody Have A SxS

I have two Rangers. One for work pulling carts and running for parts and the other just stays at home to push snow and move thing around the yard. I don't need them to go fast, just get me there easily. And they ride good too.
mudmaker 08/05/15 06:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Winnebago Destination 37FL Rust

I have no idea really but I would highly doubt it is powder coated. I haven't seen one built lately that has a decent coating on it. Probably just a quick spray job and out the door it goes. Heck, take a close look at the welds on a Lippert frame. I've seen better welds in high school welding class. Also, is it worth the fight to try and get a new camper when this could be remedied with a little spray paint? All the stress and ultimately "non use" of the present unit only to possibly get another with the same or different problems to boot? I say no. Go out and enjoy yourself and worry over the big things. The little ones will get fixed and the thought of them will fade away. Don't sweat the small stuff. I think you are in a mindset that you will look for every little thing based on the past history on the unit. Winnebago only threw their name on the front of another unit that was already being built. That's about as far as the namesake quality goes. Good luck
mudmaker 07/31/15 03:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hydraulic landing gear drifting

Thanks for the replies. I haven't witnessed it again personally and that makes it hard to diagnose. (And how do you tell DW that she is just hearing things in her head?) It is just the front jacks, not a level up system. One of the options this unit didn't come with. I'll have to look into it more when home. From what I've gathered it's not a show stopper problem so I'll just monitor the situation for now.
mudmaker 07/31/15 07:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hydraulic landing gear drifting

Thank you donn. I checked for oil and found none. Maybe leaking back into the tank I guess.
mudmaker 07/30/15 06:25am Fifth-Wheels
Hydraulic landing gear drifting

I have our camper parked where the front is relatively high off the ground and the landing legs in front have been drifting slightly. Every so often you will hear a pop or thump and the camp wiggles a bit. Been lying here in bed for about 30 minutes now and haven't witnessed it yet (DW said it happened again) but I did experience it last night before bed. I lowered the gear myself some thinking I could have overextended the legs but it apparently didn't help. Lippert landing gear. Wondering if a relief got weakened and won't hold the pressure. Thoughts? TIA
mudmaker 07/30/15 05:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: re-direct generator exhaust

You will still need to lift it out and check/change oil. No way to open the compartment where oil check is with it in the storage bay. I would not do this with a bay that wasn't specifically designed to hold a generator. Hard to get proper air flow and the risks outweigh the benefits. Good luck
mudmaker 07/14/15 07:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Short bed manuvering

Don't really need one. Towed 95% with short bed GM trucks and never had a slider yet. On my third fifth wheel in five years and haven't seen a reason for one yet.
mudmaker 07/01/15 06:04am Fifth-Wheels
RE: new truck hitch

I have a short bed one ton and a companion. Haven't needed a slider yet. Before that I had a short bed 3/4 ton and a pro series non slide hitch. Flat front coachmen fifth wheel and never had a problem with that either. Just be mindful of what's going on in tight situations and save your money.
mudmaker 07/01/15 06:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Keystone Cougar (2010) Cable ?

Turn the booster in the bedroom on and crank up the antenna. You will get digital channels. Hook up coax to outside source that has cable and turn off booster to get cable TV. Hook up satellite coax from dish to sat hookup in water closet and mount receiver in bedroom on the generic cable port and you will get satellite channels. (Again, make sure the booster is off.) Had the same camper and didn't like the idea of mounting the receiver in the bedroom so I rewired it to be in living area. Basically, I ran a new wire to the watercloset port from the TV area in the living room.
mudmaker 06/01/15 08:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Changing Electrical cord from 7 round to 7 flat - How to?

Just switch it out. It's hard. Most packages have diagrams and instructions on how to do it.
mudmaker 05/12/15 09:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: are you towing with a short bed crew cab?

Contoured cap, short bed. No slider. Ditto.
mudmaker 05/12/15 05:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: MidWest TC/F Gathering in IOWA 4/24-26/15

I hope the weather works out for you. I tried organizing a rally in eastern Iowa in 2008 that never happened. The park closed temporarily because of the flood. Never rescheduled. Have fun.
mudmaker 04/24/15 05:32am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Is the 2015 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500HD a good tow rig

Love my 2015 Silverado. Engine is bullet proof imo. My 2008 is just as good. Only complaint I have is mileage due to the exhaust recycle. I traded a Dodge dually for it. Dodge had a decent motor, although noisey. Seats were hard and flat. I drive the duallys a lot so they need to be comfortable. My father tried a 2012 Ford and traded after one year. Ride and seats were rock hard. Mom couldn't handle the rough ride. It was new and traded for a used duramax and couldn't be happier. Pick whatever you like and have the most knowledge of.
mudmaker 04/04/15 05:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2015 Montana 3440RL Owner

Oh.. So its a Montana you would like to know about. I could see where people may miss that point after you requested to speak to people who already have this model Montana. Boy, this is gonna be hard. Good luck. There may be a few road blocks along the way. BTW, I love my Big Country. Hehe Hang in there. We're all in this this together.
mudmaker 03/29/15 07:57am Fifth-Wheels
Winnebago expanding

New wiring plant Glad they are still going strong.
mudmaker 03/28/15 10:15am General RVing Issues
RE: Nashville Show This Weekend?

Wow. Ten bucks a head to get in and pay to park too. Sounds like the fairgrounds is wanting to make some quick cash too.
mudmaker 03/22/15 03:02am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Can't believe folks connecting up sewer without gloves

I didn't wear gloves when I put the stuff in the tank either. Why would it be necessary when I take it out?
mudmaker 03/22/15 02:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sky View Observatory vs. Space Needle-Seattle

Staying close to the Pike Street Market? An interesting sight to see as well. Don't miss the fish throwing. If close to there then the Space Needle is a short walk as well.
mudmaker 03/14/15 09:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Carlisles ST's? Straight Up, Yes or No?

To the point of your post, which most have ignored, or didn't read.... I took off the Carlisle 15" STs off our 5er, and went with 16" Cooper LTs. We had used Coopers for several years, and were the tire of choice for my wife on her Jeeps. The person we camp with extensively put the same Coopers on his 5er that we put on ours. He switched to LTs after he blew 3 ST tires on a 1200 mile drive. I still have the Carlisles on wheels if anyone really wants them. I'll take those off your hands. I use them for light weight tile carts for my business. I'll be out in Hill City this July. I can get them out of your way. Haha
mudmaker 02/14/15 02:33pm Fifth-Wheels
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