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RE: Here is why you should buy Tire Pres Monitoring Sys from TST

Many of us who have been here for awhile forget that not everyone will understand these acronyms. TPMS is quite common, you probably have one on your personal vehicle. TST is at the top of the after market products and widely recognized by the acronym. I agree that we should try and put the extended version somewhere in our post for those that don't recognize the acronym. If we forget...remember Google is your friend..;) Thanks Teamfour..TST is a great company.
bob213 12/06/16 11:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Christmas present storage

We thought the boat was a good place until we got a trailer. As mentioned, warm comfortable,room to wrap and listen to the stereo while were at it. Merry Christmas to all!!!
bob213 11/29/16 07:39pm RV Lifestyle
RE: $50 Christmas Gift

SoundGuy..you will probably end up with a stack of those gift card that people don't like so just for the record I think they are great;)
bob213 11/28/16 10:46am General RVing Issues
RE: When a 50 pound puppy wants to be held...

I don't think they know how big they are nor do they care. Our last two dogs were over 80lbs, and this one is 40 lbs. and they have all thought they were lap dogs. I'd rather have lap dogs than wild beasts any day! Nice looking dog...
bob213 11/28/16 10:39am RV Pet Stop
RE: TT toilet

Don't use any petroleum product on your seal. Use Silicone, olive oil or Silicone plumbers grease.
bob213 11/26/16 10:14am General RVing Issues
RE: duramax exhaust brake

Pretty sure that you can add one with a custom tune to any year that doesn't have one(post waste gate models).EFI Live
bob213 11/17/16 08:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Disneyland RV park?

Anaheim Rv Park. Clean, friendly and the shuttle make it an easy stay.
bob213 11/14/16 10:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Model not listed in NADA

I see a Northridge series for 2010 but not the chaparrel Nadaguides
bob213 11/11/16 07:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Disneyland/Anaheim / Beach campgrounds?

X2 Anaheim RV... In Mickey's backyard!
bob213 11/08/16 09:46am Beginning RVing
RE: TPMS, name only!

TST 507
bob213 11/07/16 03:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 3 Minute Showers

Get an oxygenics shower head and use less water and your shower will last longer... X2 Along with running both propane and electric we can get 3 adults and 2 grandkids without running out of hot water.
bob213 11/06/16 09:27pm Beginning RVing
RE: My Carotid Artery Surgery

I had my bypass on my 26th birthday. I wish you the best of luck on your current surgery. Your device suggestion is a good one. I don't always carry my phone and you just "never know"! Don't know if you are religious or not(and it doesn't matter) as we will add you to our prayers for a speedy recovery.
bob213 11/01/16 11:27am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Autoformer

yes you can you are still only one leg of the 50amp still only have 30amp service, a solid 30amp, and you do NOT need to use the autoFormer when using a 30amp rv on a 50amp service however if its hardwired, just use a 50 male to 30amp female, it won't hurt any thing Just because you are using 50 amp service for a 30 amp rv does not mean that the full 120 volts are there. I always test both plugs (30 & 50) to see if either has more voltage and rarely find a difference. So if the voltage is low on the 50 amp circuit it would help to have an autoformer.
bob213 10/29/16 07:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Introduction

Looks like you've been thru a lot to get here. Glad you are here now. Welcome to the forum and keep us updated on your progress. There is a wealth of information to be had here if you can weather the occasional storm to get it.
bob213 10/26/16 10:51am Beginning RVing
RE: Heads up on new photo posting link

Thank you both !
bob213 10/24/16 10:47am Truck Campers
RE: Suburban SW6DE Water Heater Question

Electric and propane thermostats are independent of each other. Try pressing the reset that is covered by the black rubber looking cover which you must have removed when you replaced the the electric thermostat. This thread may help: thermostat
bob213 10/22/16 02:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wax or not

Aerospace Protectant 303 on all the decals and plastic trim followed by a full wax job. X2
bob213 10/18/16 10:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Furnace not working first time out.

If this is the first time you are going to use it and you do manage to get it to run, keep in mind that it is going to stink. You will be burning off the oils from production and you will probably set off your smoke alarms. Open some windows just in case. Best place for first run is in your driveway. Good luck getting it going.
bob213 10/16/16 11:30am Travel Trailers
RE: 2 burner gas stove recommendations

Nothing beats the old fashion Coleman Stove Funny thing happened when we last camped next to a couple using their "old" white gas Coleman. We cooked our entire dinner on our propane stove while we watched them try to light theirs. After we started to eat the husband came over and asked if he could borrow our stove. He cooked his dinner, returned ours and threw his in the trash. I'm sure the dual fuel "new stoves" are better but it was funny.
bob213 10/14/16 11:07am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Surge protectors... Do you use them?

bob213, interesting that you got shut down. Do you know if anyone that didn't get shut down had damage or not? It seems that most people don't know they are experiencing a low voltage situation. From what I have been told the extra amps drawn to keep your A/C running creates heat which causes a cumulative effect on the unit. It's burn out over an extended period of time unlike an over power situation that causes immediate damage.
bob213 10/13/16 06:06pm Truck Campers
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