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RE: Cooking in the TT

When camping in 100* temperatures we cook outside to keep the heat out of the trailer. Any other time we cook whatever we want inside and use the oven as well.
bob213 05/24/15 09:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wiring for satalite.

Bill...I remember reading in December we were losing you. I may be a few months late but welcome back! It's great to have your knowledge available to all of us. Bob
bob213 05/21/15 09:52pm Technology Corner
RE: Wiring for satalite.

oops double post
bob213 05/21/15 08:10pm Technology Corner
RE: Wiring for satalite.

This may help. satellite rewire
bob213 05/21/15 08:09pm Technology Corner
RE: Are these legal as a subtitute/replacement?

My boat (30 ft. and heavier than my trailer) came with safety cables. I assume it is legal in every state. If it's legal in Calif. it must be legal everywhere ;). Now the fact that what you are looking at are extensions might make a difference. Maybe you could contact the mfg. and see what they say.
bob213 05/20/15 10:13pm Towing
RE: About to buy a FR Surveyor 295BHS Appreciate Expert Advice!

We have a Surveyor SV264. I think you will be happy with your purchase. The following is just my opinion...others may have other thoughts. 1. Seems like a good price to me. 2. Don't think it will hurt resale. If it's enough room for you, don't worry about it. We're content with our "short slide". 3. 13.5 cools my SV264. 4. Don't know what kind of hitch or brake control you got but an Equalizer or Reese dual cam will run close to $450. A Prodigy brake control about $130. last time I looked. 5. No need for a 50amp cord if you have a 30 amp trailer. Save your money for a 50 to 30 amp pigtail adapter. Congrats on your purchase! Happy Camping!
bob213 05/19/15 08:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: new hd antenna

Does your old antenna work? There's no difference in an analog antenna and an "HD" antenna. Both receive HD programming.
bob213 05/19/15 08:43pm Technology Corner
RE: socket size for heater element

Home depot and Lowes sell a cheap element socket wrench for around $6. They are usually right by the elements. The 1400W or 1440W elements they sell will work in your WH. I found Camco elements at Ace hardware.
bob213 05/19/15 05:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Fresh water flows out of City connection

If you want to try and repair it this might help: inlet valve repair
bob213 05/19/15 11:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Now why didn't I think of that?

Put me on the list for a complete replacement for my trailer!
bob213 05/17/15 10:34pm Tech Issues
RE: induction cookware

I'm just going by the ad copy. The box they come in has the induction symbol on it. Copy says made out of aluminum, stainless and glass. Stainless could be the handles for all I know. Saw them in the store and noted the price and googled them later to see if they could be found cheaper. As Bumpy stated, 3 piece is probably all that's needed with limited storage while on the road. Just thought I would throw it out there as an option.
bob213 05/16/15 11:13pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: induction cookware

I found these at Bed, Bath and Beyond. Seems like a good deal also. I like those Magma Nestables but hate to part with that much money! Induction cookware
bob213 05/16/15 11:03am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Cable TV not working

If you are hooked thru the wiring in your RV is the antenna booster off?
bob213 05/16/15 10:56am Technology Corner
RE: How do I jack, stabilize and remove both wheels from 1 side?

When I put a jack under the u-bolts of my rear tire axle (FR Surveyor 30ft.) it will lift the rear wheel. A few more pumps on the jack will lift the front wheel as well. I block both axles after the tires are off just for safety.
bob213 05/15/15 07:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: How do I level a dual axle trailer???

Your tires are really not that close together. My Surveyor has less than two inches between them. Which actually helps me. If you are going to use the Lego style blocks, I think you need another set to make one ramp the length of both tires at the height you need them. I carry two sets of Lynx levelers for just that reason.
bob213 05/14/15 04:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Blueberry Muffins

Thanks NYCgrrl!
bob213 05/14/15 11:05am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: bearing service

I was at Discount Tire the other day and was quoted $25 per wheel for a repack. Don't know if that included a new grease seal, but at that price it almost makes me think twice about doing it myself.
bob213 05/14/15 10:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Pizza Stone Size

Measure your oven. Don't cover holes. I ordered mine here. (square or rectangle) Two trailers, over 6 years and we USE our oven! Not the cheapest, but I like to buy once and forget it. Pizza Stones (will cut to size)
bob213 05/13/15 07:20pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: What is this fuse and can I use a regular mini in its place?

Fuse This looks the same? I like RoyB's price better!
bob213 05/12/15 11:15am Tech Issues
RE: Blueberry Muffins

Link doesn't open for me? Maybe it's not the link. I can't connect with FN at all.....
bob213 05/10/15 05:15pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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