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RE: RV disposal...

TRACKRIG,, they got you. I agree, the bare frame is steel and would sell to a scrape yard.
n7bsn 12/18/14 03:19pm Beginning RVing
RE: Arctic Fox 22G

. It doesn't get a lot of traffic, and to post in the important sections of the forum, they make you pay to be a member.... maybe the "forcing members to pay" is why it gets so little traffic.. The Fox/Nash forum started out as a Yahoo group, then Adam (the owner) moved it to a web-site forum that was supported by ads and donations. Then Adam announced that he was converting it to "paid members only" and the usage dropped drastically. A lot of us "old" members couldn't see paying to offer advice to new and prospective owners and didn't stick around. Ya our 2012 is not our first Northwoods
n7bsn 12/16/14 09:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Arctic Fox 22G

... We are interested in the Arctic Fox 25R but the closest dealer is almost 300 miles. It will be a long drive to go look at one... Some friends drove from Texas to Florida to buy the Fox they own. All of their stays in the south they were the only Fox in the campground. Then they came up to Oregon and were one of six in the campground.
n7bsn 12/16/14 09:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: Do you think this is a scam?

Lots of scams going on, with enough people falling for them to keep the scammers going. A "friend" (exact relationship filled off) got laid off in the bank mergers/failures a few years ago. Fortunately he was in a good enough fiscal condition that he could go back and get a new degree. He wrapped it up last summer and started looking for a new job. Filing resumes with his state job agency, Linked-In, etc. He got contacted by an Ausie firm that wanted a contract researcher, offered him contract to do a prospectus research. They liked his paper and offered him an extended contract, asking for the routing number for his accounts so they could pay him direct. Rather then pay him, they took a couple thousand out of his account. So, this was a new one on me at least!
n7bsn 12/16/14 09:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Arches NP

We spent four days in the Moab area, given that the National Parks were only open ONE of those days. Basically, you could "see" the park in half a day, or take weeks seeing the entire area. Oh ya, we had no problems parking the dually
n7bsn 12/16/14 05:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Newbie looking to live on the road for a year! suggestions?

FYI, don't plan on "wintering" in Alaska in any trailer. You will not like it.
n7bsn 12/15/14 06:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: 600 watt pure sine wave inverter

Be aware that the size of your battery bank should play a part in your decision of what size inverter to buy. A 600 watt inverter at its full rating will draw 50 plus amps. If you have a single battery, it will be down to 50% in less than one hour. If only drawing less than 300W, a 300W inverter will be more efficient than the 600W inverter. Many modern inverters have dynamic load control, if you are only drawing say 100watts, the total power consumption will be similar.
n7bsn 12/14/14 07:16pm Tech Issues
RE: 600 watt pure sine wave inverter

I also installed the Prowatt 600, only I also installed the transfer switch and control, wiring the inverter is link
n7bsn 12/14/14 07:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Arctic Fox 22G

Space is not a problem for those of you who have BIG fifth wheels. Your 295E is massive compared to the 22G. ;) . If Northwoods puts the same generator option in the 22G and the 29-5E, the bay is probably the same size
n7bsn 12/14/14 07:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Arctic Fox 22G

We didn't get the built-in generator. The bay on the 29-5E is large enough I can put both Honda EU-2000's in there, plus a couple buckets of wood. With (I built) shelf above that holds a fold-down cart and the trailer blocks. You really don't want to delete the awning, trust us.
n7bsn 12/14/14 12:47pm Travel Trailers
RE: Just wanted to say goodbye

Sorry to hear that, your input was often highly useful
n7bsn 12/13/14 09:10pm Technology Corner
RE: 5th Wheel Spec Height Question

Our rig "measured" too tall for the RV port, so we ordered it with a lower height A/C and we now have enough clearance to not worry. A tire change is also possible, I know some people that did both a smaller tire and a lower height A/C to fit
n7bsn 12/13/14 09:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: How much off MSRP in this economy?

The economy is improving, the price of fuel is down and more people are retiring and buying RVs. The longer you wait (especially with spring coming) the less of a discount you're going to find. I'd buy now unless you're more into it for the haggling rather than actually buying. Bill Good points, you can tell the economy is improving and people have returned to buying RVs. I see dealers with more stock and dealers opening new locations. They wouldn't be doing that if rigs weren't selling
n7bsn 12/13/14 01:20pm Truck Campers
RE: Buying a used Fleetwood Flair 22' .....NADA ...low?

Recall that the NADA price is the price the dealers report to the respective state. Recall that asking prices is (often) far different then sale price. A few years back I was helping a friend shop for his MH, at one dealer the Salesman said "I know this isn't what you are looking for, but you have to see this 5er" It was roughly 20 years old and looked like it had just rolled off the show-room floor new. One owner that had took meticulous care of the rig.
n7bsn 12/11/14 11:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cannot Find Fuses for Trailer Plug - Solved

I've never seen a system that had separate fuses for the right and left turn. Personally (lots and lots of electrical experience) I suspect a wiring issue not a fuse issue.
n7bsn 12/11/14 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Arctic Fox 22G

I'm guessing you also know about the Fox forum at http://www.afnash.com While we don't have a 22G... When we ordered our 29-5E we assumed the Fantastic Fan would be thermo-switched like the one in our 24-5N. It wasn't. Just a basic FF. Really wished we had noticed this as it was important. We also got the power-awning and didn't know (not listed as an option) about the upgrade that puts a sensor in the head of the awning to auto-close it if the winds come up (switchable on/off) I guess those are the two biggies we missed
n7bsn 12/10/14 10:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cell Phone w/Unlimited Call Blocking

Is there such a thing as a cell phone that can block unlimited cell numbers, and area codes? My current flip phone can only block about 30 numbers, which is becoming inadequate with the growing spam calls. A quick check implies that the iPhone is "unlimited" (Apples FAQ). My guess is that many "better" Samsung phones would be the same.
n7bsn 12/10/14 10:31am Technology Corner
RE: Cell Phone w/Unlimited Call Blocking

Jees.. it's illegal to spam a cell phone. Have you reported this? - and I don't mean the DNCL. Is there a problem just looking at who's calling and not answering? That should discourage junk calls over time. yes it is, and nothing is stopping it. Yes the FTC has gone after a few firms, but only a handful As people switch their "use" phones to cell, they enter them as phone numbers with various companies they do business with, that then sell these lists to marketers, that then sell them to anyone.
n7bsn 12/10/14 10:27am Technology Corner
RE: Will RidEx decompose flushables?

Almost anything that is advertized as "flushable" is only "flushable" if you are on city sewer. Even then, the city's sewer people almost universally hate them, as they gum up the systems.
n7bsn 12/08/14 12:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: gps antenna

It depends on model year, I couldn't find a reference for the 15's but for most years it's external to the GPS, but buried just under the dash. I did find references to campers blocking it.
n7bsn 12/08/14 12:45pm Truck Campers
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