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RE: 2015 5th Wheelers with Furrion Backup Camera

Update on backup camera. I cannot believe it but Furrion sent me a complete replacement observation camera and monitor for the new trailer. It took about 5 minutes to replace camera on the back of the trailer and a minute to establish the "pair". The bandwidth of this signal is so good I could see individual rain drops falling. And I don't understand how or why but it is OK for this type of camera to be wired on all the time.
rkassl 06/24/15 09:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Winter in South Texas?

Thinking about Galveston, Corpus Christie and Victoria, Texas, for about 4 to 5 weeks each. Can anyone recommend some good parks in these areas? Thanks!
rkassl 06/08/15 07:10am Snowbirds
Winter in South Texas?

Can anyone recommend some great RV resorts in the Corpus Christie area of Texas? We are thinking about going south for our first winter. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
rkassl 06/05/15 04:38pm Snowbirds
2015 5th Wheelers with Furrion Backup Camera

Looking to talk to folks who have a 2015 Keystone 5th wheeler for sure (mine is a Montana)that came with a factory installed Furrion (that is the manufacturer) backup camera. Apparently what has happened is that Keystone for sure and some other companies have installed the backup cameras wrong on some of the 2015 trailers that came with this camera as standard equipment. There is no switch and no fuse that can turn it off, it is hotwired permanently on. When you talk to the Furrion tech service they acknowledge that many of their backup cameras are wired wrong. My camera is on ALL THE TIME whether connected to the truck or simply parked. As long as there is power it is on. It was supposed to be active only when connected to the truck and in reverse gear! It will burn out. This camera was never designed to be on constantly. Anyone have this issue?
rkassl 06/02/15 09:42am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Valdez - Grocery Store?

The Safeway was walking distance from our CG, good store.
rkassl 05/30/15 08:33am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Verizon in Alaska?

Once we arrived in Tok, AK, our Verizon cell phones worked just like back home. NEVER attempted to use them in Canada, used our OnStar phone on the truck to communicate if required. What we found in British Columbia and especially in the Yukon, cell service was usually available only close and in various towns, not between them at all.
rkassl 05/30/15 08:31am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Arizona for our first winter south suggestions please

The wife and I decided that if we go south for our first winter away from Wisconsin our destination would be Arizona. Since we have never done this before do you think it is practical to find maybe four different areas and divide our time between them for four months? We are looking for some suggestions on what areas to visit and maybe what areas to pass on. Any recommendations or suggestions would be appreciated.
rkassl 05/23/15 12:41pm Snowbirds
RE: Roll Call Alaska 2016

We did Alaska from Wisconsin in 2014. It was amazing, every day was a new adventure. Planning on a return in 2016. This time we will add at least an additional month, probably leaving mid May returning end of August. See ya down the road.
rkassl 05/16/15 09:36am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Routing Question from my Canadian Friends

Can someone recommend a good route entering Alberta north of Shelby Montana to get to Dawson Creek, but avoiding Calgary and Edmonton, we would be pulling a 40' 5th wheel trailer. Nothing against the two cities but not a fan of urban towing. Thanks!
rkassl 05/16/15 09:30am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Suggestions and info for Pahrump,NV

We thought of a month in Pahrump, NV during our first Snowbird experience this winter. Can anyone who has been here make any recommendations where to stay. Thanks!
rkassl 05/06/15 07:25pm Snowbirds
RE: Suggestions for Laughlin, NV

Thanks!
rkassl 04/29/15 06:59pm Snowbirds
Suggestions for Laughlin, NV

This question is for the folks who have actually been to Laughlin, NV. We were thinking about 2 weeks in Laughlin during the winter months of 2015 /2016. We don't mind casino camping at all. Here is my question, between the KOA/AVI resort and the Riverside resort which would you recommend and why, and help would be appreciated. Thanks!
rkassl 04/29/15 06:32pm Snowbirds
Going south and west snowbirding first time 201

Normaly I would be winterizing my trailer in November but we may be heading to southern Utah and then to Laughlin Nv. A question for you seasoned travelers would you go directly south from Wisconsin and go across the southern states to Southern Utab to avoid snow. Thanks
rkassl 04/27/15 03:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Very New to Snowbirding Florida Question Please

Any rv resort suggestions would be gratefully appreciated, I m just shooting in the dark here.
rkassl 04/22/15 08:35pm Snowbirds
RE: Very New to Snowbirding Florida Question Please

Thanks, folks keep all the good info coming in.
rkassl 04/22/15 05:11pm Snowbirds
Very New to Snowbirding Florida Question Please

We are trying to go south for our first winter. I have spent many hours on the internet researching out rv resorts for Florida. Today I received a call from a rv resort around Navarre, Florida in the panhandle area. I was surprised that the average temps are around the mid 50's for Dec, Feb and March. Is this what I can expect for the whole state? I sure thought that it was much warmer down there. How far south in Florida must you go for 60' to 70's? Any suggestions for a good place to go with a 40' 5th wheel trailer that is worth the price as far as amenities and weather. If I can't get this put together soon, I may be using the snow shovel again this year! :-)
rkassl 04/22/15 12:44pm Snowbirds
RE: 2015 Montana 3440RL Owner

I did say a 2015 MONTANA.
rkassl 03/28/15 09:06pm Fifth-Wheels
paint protection question please

You folks are the pros when it comes to paint protection. I am getting a new 5th wheel trailer that will have the front and back cap painted. Can you recommend good product to begin using to protect our in investment? Anyone hear of a product called Insulator Wax 845? Thank you for any help!
rkassl 03/22/15 12:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 5er with painted front and rear cap

I honestly never heard of the Insulator Wax, but on line at Amazon the reviews are marvelous, anyone else ever hear of this product?
rkassl 03/22/15 11:16am Fifth-Wheels
New 5er with painted front and rear cap

Looking for some information and suggestions on what to do with a brand new 5er that has painted front and back cap. Would you be proactive and get some wax on it right away? The sides won't take a beating from bugs as the front cap will. Any tips or tricks will be appreciated.
rkassl 03/22/15 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
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