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RE: Brand of Backup Cameras installed by Arctic Fox

Have your dealer call Don at the factory and ask him If they say "Don Who", find a different dealer.
n7bsn 04/16/14 09:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trying to register a 1971 Travel Trailer with no VIN.

Bare in mind that before 1981 VINs were not standardized and may not remotely resemble a current VIN. The VIN on my old 1976 MeToo was 11 digits long
n7bsn 04/16/14 01:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: 90's era fifth wheels....what brand do you like?

At that age, who took care of it, and how well, matters more then who made it. I once saw a 20year old Fleetwood that looked like it had just rolled off the show-room floor. I also have seen a three year old New Horizon (which I would argue is better then your list) that was trashed to the point where it was on a no-name bargain RV dealer's lot.
n7bsn 04/16/14 11:05am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Washington State Ferries

They load the sports-cars and slammed show cars all the time. Make certain you get reservations, for RVs it's the only way you can be anything close to certain you will be on the ferry.
n7bsn 04/15/14 07:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: cops stopping you

Anyone seeking legal advise on an internet forum will usually get the best, worst advise you can imagine. There are two legal ideas that are sorta, kinda accurate. It you are on the road the RV is considered a vehicle, if you are parked at a campground it's a domicile.
n7bsn 04/15/14 07:26pm Full-time RVing
More wind (Mississippi)

Up to 30 rigs flipped AP story Glod, though, of course the RVs were not tied down Blog
n7bsn 04/14/14 10:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Wind!

Be glad more wind
n7bsn 04/14/14 10:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Jayco vs Dutchmen vs Keystone

For the same price, quality does sorta follow warranty, which points at Jayco That being said, none of those are known for top quality.
n7bsn 04/14/14 06:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2015 Arctic fox?

I've been paying attention to their web site to see when they might make some changes/upgrades. I would like to see them offer a residential refrigerator and disc brakes as options. I would also like to see them install some overhead cabinets in the bedroom. If they would do these things, the 35-5Z would be our next fifth wheel. They do offer options not listed on the flyer or web-site, you can only find out about those by asking, even (OFTEN) the sales-geek will not actually know. Back when Ron Nash was more involved (he had a stroke a few years ago), he would authorize various custom requests, if you talked directly to him. Much to the dismay of the manager of the production line. :B
n7bsn 04/13/14 10:10am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dealing with rotted studs and flooring

RVs are really made from the inside out. Honestly. So the siding was put on last and is fastened from the outside. Repairs are, well, interesting, not fun, time consuming, and well, not fun. I've done two, one for myself, one for a good friend. Neither sounds as bad as yours. Personally, if the floor was gone too... I might just forget it. I'm going to guess, by your questions, you are not skilled with handy-man work. Because honestly while it's a lot of work, it's not really tough. You may not have the skills needed
n7bsn 04/12/14 07:43pm Tech Issues
RE: Not given site reserved

Yup, a few years back we were stopping in West Yellowstone, and the (male) clerk gave our spot to the three cute girls from Sweden just in front of us.
n7bsn 04/12/14 11:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Reboot TV?

Any more the list of things that might need to reboot is getting endless....TVs, watches, microwave ovens, DVRs, wood-working equipment (yup, I have a digitally controlled wood lathe)....
n7bsn 04/12/14 11:01am Technology Corner
RE: Kitsap area coffee/breakfast

We are moving from Oklahoma to Issaquah in June. How far is it to where you guys meet? A very pleasant ferry ride, plus a short 30 minute drive After you get to the ferry ;)
n7bsn 04/11/14 06:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: What do you use to lube your stabilizer jacks?

Dry graphite spray....goes on wet then completely drys in minutes. Stays on, lasts and great lube Yup, furniture polish is NOT a lube, it's a wax finish. If you this it doesn't attract dirt, ask your wife ;) BTW, the dry "teflon" works well too
n7bsn 04/10/14 01:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Is the RV Doctor wrong?

Ya, if you filled the tank and left it there, but if you hold the level down to "normal" levels and then dump it.
n7bsn 04/09/14 08:34pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best route Riverside, CA to Spokane, WA

US97 to I84 to US395 bypasses a couple of modest passes on Washington US97. US97 through Oregon is mostly flat and straight, at 5000' altitude. There is a grade in north as it drops to the Columbia River. Not freeway, but I'd consider it. I would never consider I-15 to I-90. Talk about adding passes and grades, it takes you across the divide, twice, plus two major grades to get from Montana to Idaho.
n7bsn 04/08/14 07:20pm Roads and Routes
RE: Electric Generator Depot, anyone buy from them?

I would check Mayberry's and Alamia Last time I checked they both beat that price, with shipping and they are a known vendor
n7bsn 04/08/14 07:13pm Beginning RVing
RE: Going from Bakersfield to Death Valley NP..

I go from Bakersfield then on Hwy 58 to Hwy 14, hear Mojave, then left on Hwy 14, then right on hwy 178 to Inyokern, stop and buy gas there and then on to Ridgecrest and take hwy 178 to Trona and then after a few miles turn left on to Panamint valley road, then right on Hwy 190 over Towne pass and down into Death Valley at stovepipe wells. Towne pass is pretty steep, 11 % grade but just downshift and you will be allright....... It's also winding the grade up and down Towne is steep. I'm told the view is great, but it was raining in Death Valley, and snowing/sleeting when we went over the pass. Made it less fun
n7bsn 04/07/14 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Which older model gas rig would you consider?

Once you hit that kind of age, who made it matters less and less and who maintained it, and how well, matters more and more
n7bsn 04/07/14 08:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 3596 Big country measurements

Call the factory?
n7bsn 04/06/14 10:56am Fifth-Wheels
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