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RE: Early 90's F53 Trans shift cable

Have you tried taking your cable to a local machine shop to have them repair it?
rgatijnet1 08/23/16 08:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rust-oleum paint roll on rv

If the painted surfaces were later wet sanded, compounded, and buff polished, there is no way that you could tell if it was put on with a roller, brush, or spray rig.
rgatijnet1 08/23/16 05:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How many are using this monitoring system?

I followed the links until I got to the page that listed all of the retailers of this product. I tried 6 or 7 to find out the price and none of them listed this set-up in the search menu. It looks pretty neat but it doesn't seem to cover any overhead obstacles like tree limbs roof overhangs, etc. Clicky
rgatijnet1 08/22/16 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mobile internet

Straight Talk wireless from Walmart can be bought month to month and can provide unlimited phone 5 and 10 GB data plans. Not sure if they are compatible to your existing phone but getting a compatible phone is not that expensive, especially if you do not mind a used phone to use for two months.
rgatijnet1 08/22/16 12:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

Most people with CCW permits carry a firearm because cops are too heavy to carry.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 07:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

I didn't say LOADED did I? bumpy And you didn't say UNLOADED either did you? :B
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

Thats what Im going to Bump. This post has gotten out of hand. Executive is right, Ive been on this site for 4 years, and the same people always want to argue and hijack post. New York has some specific laws about carrying a shotgun as to where it is carried, how it is carried, and in regards to ammo carry for the shotgun. I'm sure with more research you will find your answer. After four years I think you would know that firearm questions are frowned on at this forum. :B
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 03:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

doesn't it make more sense to carry a 12 gauge in a RV and avoid lots of issues? bumpy Carrying a LOADED shotgun is not legal in every state and pistol grip shotguns are illegal in some states. There are issues that change in every state and issues that change within a state depending if you are hooked up to shore power as opposed to being on the road.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 03:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

Amazing that Americans need to have a gun to leave the front door of their home no matter where they go. Yes, Americans have FREEDOMS that our Constitution gives us when we used our guns to get away from the tyrannical England. We don't always need to have guns, but we have the freedom to have them if we want to.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 02:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

Different States have different laws. In some States, if you have a carry permit and have a weapon, YOU ARE REQUIRED to let the officer know as soon as you make contact, period. This is not whether or not you feel like telling him. If you don't tell him you just broke the law, plain and simple. In other States, you do not have to let the officer know about your carry permit. In the State of Florida, I DO NOT have to let the officer know, unless he asks. To me, common courtesy would be to tell the officer as soon as I make contact. At the side of the road with a broken serpentine belt in Iowa an officer stopped and asked if I needed any assistance. I told him that I was armed, had a carry permit, and that I would appreciate if he just stayed behind me with his lights flashing while I changed the belt. No big deal and I was on my way in 20 minutes. Get a book and learn the laws in States where you travel. The laws change almost yearly and to be safe, you need to keep up to date on what the current laws are in each State that you travel in. It is also a good idea to always keep your license and insurance info within easy reach if you are carrying so that you DO NOT have to fumble around for it if stopped. This is sort of common sense since an officer standing beside your coach CANNOT see what you are doing. Also in some States, carrying a weapon in your vehicle is LEGAL by anyone if it can be seen from the outside. Make sure that in your RV, the weapon is visible in those States, UNLESS you have a concealed carry permit. Basically it all boils down to knowing the law in each state.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 10:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Used DP, Miles vs Years

You should be able to get all of the information you need by asking if the seller has COMPLETE service records on the coach. Without any records, you have no way of knowing when or if any service was done on a regular basis. Some full timers put very little mileage on their rig but they have used the systems and interior 24/7/365 and the exterior has been exposed to the elements 24/7/365. Low mileage does not guaranty low usage. You can also find coaches with higher mileage that have only been lived in for a few months at a time. It just depends on how the people traveled. Again, COMPLETE service records will answer your questions.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

As a point of fact, if you do travel with firearms, there are companies that provide legal services to cover all of your legal fees, both criminal and civil, if you have to use your weapon while on the road or at home. Mine also covers me if my weapon is accidentally seen in a place where concealed carry is legal. This is sort of a Emergency Road Service for people that carry. Mine is only about $100/year and has no maximum limit on legal fees and covers me wherever I travel.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 09:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

well heres the problem. All cops in all states have the ability to run plate numbers. Mine would show that I have a carry permit from Michigan. Would that give them the right to stop me a do a search. Is that probable cause? Are you sure??? Florida laws keep my carry permit status unobtainable except for a specific instance when it is required by law. In other words, any police running a standard license check will not find out about my carry permit. Michigan may be different but you should check with what their laws are about the confidentiality of carry permit holders. Are you sure?? The Canadian Border Patrol knew I had a Florida CCP when they ran my plates entering the Yukon from Alaska inside passage. When we were waiting in line, one officer came down the line getting plate numbers and the first question asked when we got to the head of the line was "do you have a concealed carry permit?" The Canadians were bluffing otherwise they would have no reason to ask that question about a carry permit. They assumned that since you were from Florida that you had a carry permit and that would give them a reason to hassle you. Read your paperwork that came with your carry permit. That information is confidential and cannot be obtained by looking at your license tag or driver's license.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

I didn't think it was plate numbers that they run for this, it was driver's licenses. bumpy I don't know about other states, but running my Florida driver's license won't get my concealed carry info either. In Florida, Carry permits are issued by the Dept. of Agriculture so any search of DMV records will not turn up the carry permit status.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 09:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No turning back... need advise moving forward

Have you ever had a MH before? If you have, what has been your longest trip together? From some of your questions it seems that this is a totally new experience to you. If this is, I would strongly suggest that you reconsider selling your house before you spend at least a few months in an RV on the road. A lot of the low mileage RV's that you see for sale are sold by people that jumped in to full timing without any previous experience. it is not for everyone and it can be an expensive lesson to learn. Just saying......
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 08:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

well heres the problem. All cops in all states have the ability to run plate numbers. Mine would show that I have a carry permit from Michigan. Would that give them the right to stop me a do a search. Is that probable cause? Are you sure??? Florida laws keep my carry permit status unobtainable except for a specific instance when it is required by law. In other words, any police running a standard license check will not find out about my carry permit. Michigan may be different but you should check with what their laws are about the confidentiality of carry permit holders.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 08:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gun laws in New York

Planning a trip to Lake George next month. Ive been doing some research on New York gun laws and have determined that I can not carry my pistol in my motor home. It looks like when Im moving Im OK, but when parked Im in violation. Am I right? It also looks like Im ok with a shotgun. Any comments? Yep, that is right according to NY State law and everyone always obeys the law. :B When visiting relatives in Western NY, I always insure that my guns are well hidden when we travel to my DW brother's house, who is an ex-NY State Trooper. Everyone of her relatives, in and around the Buffalo area, all have carry permits because they are issued by the local sheriffs. They are also hunters. It is in Eastern NY where it becomes a real problem with the way they enforce gun laws against outsider law abiding citizens of the USA.
rgatijnet1 08/21/16 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Packing to travel

We keep it simple and pack for our own comfort and ease. We pack paper plates and plastic glasses. We do use regular stainless steel utensils and we have our own set of pots and pans for the coach. This minimizes a lot of the rattling and noise from dishes and also cuts down on the weight we are hauling. It also eliminates a lot of the hassle with washing dishes and we can always replenish our dishes at any Walmart. Since we travel a lot in the Winter and do not hook up to shore water, this also prolongs the range we get out of our fresh water tank. They also make spring loaded bars that we use in the refrigerator and cupboards to keep things in place. These are available online or at Camping World. We travel to relax and to enjoy the surrounding scenery.
rgatijnet1 08/20/16 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Theft and pursuit.

Clicky
rgatijnet1 08/20/16 02:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fogged dual pane window solution for $60

Here is a "Street View" of Suncoast Designers, in Hudson Florida, where many people take their rigs for window repair. This is an assembly line process and they always have a crowd. This should show several vehicles "camping" out while their windows are being repaired. Their shop is as nice as many RV parks and there is no extra charge to stay there while your windows are being repaired. Suncoast Designers
rgatijnet1 08/18/16 06:16am Class A Motorhomes
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