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RE: Best Route Pulling 39' TH Salt Lake to Denver

Stick to Interstates...........I80(E) to Cheyenne then I25(S) to Denver Actually, a preferred route is E on I80 to Laramie. S on 287 into Fort Collins then E over to I25 and S from there. NO ONE should have to go through Cheyenne ;) Actually, the 80 to 25 interchange is super easy. You never see the city of Cheyenne. There is a Flying J just south on 25 also which is a good stop if you need it.
sealevel ram 05/21/16 05:16pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fort Worth to Denver

We've been up 287 then cut over on 50, donation park with electric in Dumas. The road in Oklahoma was pretty rough (a few years back) the rest very good. I would say that "pretty rough" is an understatement. We took that route last year. Never again.
sealevel ram 04/08/16 05:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fort Worth to Denver

.......... I just found a random rest stop app on my phone and it shows there is a one just shy of Des Moines, NM on 87? cant seem to find it on google maps though Forgot about that one. It is about 3 miles before you reach Des Moines and does have a large parking area. We have overnighted there a couple of times. Good place to stop.
sealevel ram 04/04/16 08:04pm Roads and Routes
RE: Location near Salt Lake with electrical

We have relatives in Sandy and visit the area often. We always stay at Mountain Shadows RV Park, just off I-15 in Draper. The spots vary a lot, so it helps to know in advance which ones are good if you reserve ahead. I could help if you decide to go there, especially if you have a big rig.
sealevel ram 03/19/16 07:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Jupiter-Palm Beach MH Resort, Anyone Stayed There?

This new park, Jupiter-Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort, opened in February, I think. It's on Indiantown Road. Looks like a beautiful place on the website. Has anyone stayed there, and if so, how much did you pay per night?
sealevel ram 03/19/16 06:40pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Engine Quits When Brakes Applied

Bad ground or short. Are there any other symptoms such as power seeming low? I found the problem. See a post above. Thanks for all the replies.
sealevel ram 03/07/16 10:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine Quits When Brakes Applied

I found the answer to this problem and it is embarrassing. For another problem, I had removed a diode from the fuse block to test it. You guessed it. I put it back in backwards. Not my smartest move, but not even close to the dumbest thing I ever did.
sealevel ram 03/07/16 04:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine Quits When Brakes Applied

Here's another way to prove it....after starting vehicle, hold batt bank jump switch..this will put house batteries in circuit, step on brake, if it is OK, then let go of switch, then it it dies, engine battery. Did this. Engine still dies with both sets of batteries.
sealevel ram 03/06/16 12:57pm Class A Motorhomes
Engine Quits When Brakes Applied

Took my 04 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom out of the garage for short trip. Beautiful day. Beautiful unit. Cummins ISL runs beautifully at idle. Step on brakes and engine dies. Put on emergency blinkers and engine dies. Restart and same thing happens every time. Happens with transmission in Park, Drive, and Reverse. Anybody have this experience, or know what is going on? Thanks.
sealevel ram 03/05/16 02:13pm Class A Motorhomes
Pulling the Fridge? Big Job or Not?

Have a Norcold double door fridge. Needs new cooling fans, which are located on the top of the unit. Anyone ever do this? I am handy, and can do most jobs, but never have pulled a fridge. How much of a pain is it? If you have experience, give me some advice. Thanks.
sealevel ram 02/17/16 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago basement air

My buddy had it in his 40' Ultimate Freedom. Couldnt get the living area to cool to his satisfaction. Added a free standing portable unit to augment it. And I believe he couldnt run both compressors on 30A? I can run both rooftop ACs on 30A. My experience: We have an 04 Ultimate Freedom. Stayed in Texas and stayed in Utah for a month in the summer. Also camped in Florida. Keeps my unit cool. Don't really think the noise in BR disturbs us. The heat pump feature works great in cooler weather like N. Carolina in the spring. Bought our MH used, of course, 4 years ago. Have had no trouble so far. Had two previous MHs with roof air. Some issues with both. They also seemed to catch a lot of dirt and debris which requires regular cleaning.
sealevel ram 12/22/15 08:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Campgrounds around Mayo Clinic Florida

X2 Call the Clinic. I took a friend to one of the cancer clinics in Florida and they had an area for patients coming down in an RV. I stayed on the grounds so I could visit everyday while she received treatments. Just recently spent the day there for wife's tests. Took our MH. They have a dedicated lot for motorhomes, etc. Easy in and out. Lots of signs saying no overnight parking. But give them a call anyway. Maybe they make exceptions.
sealevel ram 12/20/15 08:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I-10 & I-12

Can't comment on the western end, but from Mobile through Florida, I-10 is a good road to travel.
sealevel ram 12/20/15 08:09pm Roads and Routes
RE: Survey - How Do You Store Your Class A?

Last year we built a 55 foot long garage,with power, for our Winnebago Ultimate Freedom. Keep it plugged in and A/C running when we are at home. Wish I had built it years ago. So much easier to load, unload, and do maintenance. Total cost was less than 20K, including foundation.
sealevel ram 09/10/15 08:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driving from Florida to Albuquerque NM in Sept.

We go west quite often, and do the I-10 to Mobile, then go through Hattiesburg, MS to I-20 at Jackson. We stay on I-20 to catch US 287 just south of Fort Worth, then to Amarillo and I-40. Works for us with a 40 foot DP, towing. Traveled all different times of year. Only problem was snow one time in the Texas panhandle. Correction: Just got back from our latest trip to the west. Do NOT recommend the drive on 287 through Fort Worth. There is lots of road construction with really terrible road conditions.
sealevel ram 08/19/15 08:46pm Roads and Routes
RE: Avoid Rawlins to Cheyenne WY? Need help, Gros Ventre to I80.

Have been I-80 many times through Wyoming. Make sure your awnings are tied down well.
sealevel ram 06/22/15 09:43am Roads and Routes
RE: RV Park reviews

What RV park is it? Maybe someone reading this has an opinion.
sealevel ram 06/20/15 07:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chicago Campground or hotels?

Thank you for those that inform me to not take the RV into Chicago! I did not know that! This is a joke, right?
sealevel ram 06/15/15 08:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fridge Power Problem or Not

Are you running microwave, A/C Unit while attempting fridge on AC? As my original post stated, no other circuits are on when I try the refrigerator.
sealevel ram 06/05/15 12:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Fridge Power Problem or Not

i would suspect a bad 120v heater element leaking to ground aka the metal tube of the heater you can turn off the ems, or you can pull out the heater element and test it for resistance between the shell/case and the power leads it should read infinity on the ohms scale any lower reading and its defective Wouldn't it be bad under generator power also?
sealevel ram 06/05/15 06:32am Tech Issues
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