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RE: Fender Skirts 99 Keystone Sprinter

Know they have them for trailers but they do list singles. Might call and ask... fender skirts
bob213 08/28/15 10:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Clkickys

I go to the web page I want to link, highlight the address and press "control c". I go back to RV.net and go to advanced, left click on link icon and place cursor in box and press "control v". Then type description or Clicky in bottom box.
bob213 08/27/15 11:20am Forum Technical Support
RE: Monument Valley Tours

Stayed at the campground for Gouldings. Used their tour. They picked us up at the campground. It was great. Bring a ziplock bag for your camera. The fine red dust gets into everything. The indian tour is worth the price as you see so much more. Indian campground is now reopened...no better sunrise!
bob213 08/25/15 06:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What to do with water filters between trips?

Drain out excess water, plastic caps on openings, store inside a sealed plastic bag. X2
bob213 08/25/15 06:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: New to boat trailers … need some help

They sell drum brakes that don't need a lock out for backing. That is probably what he has. Look on etrailer and you will see them. Switching from drum to disk on surge usually requires a different actuator. Free backing plates
bob213 08/25/15 11:27am Towing
RE: New to the forum and have my 1st question

Welcome to the forum. You are not really missing much as far as an owners manual goes. They are pretty generic and not unit specific. Sometimes there is a label inside the unit that list everything you have as far as appliances, AC, Frame mfg. axle capacities etc. You might try calling Fleetwood and see if they can provide you with something.
bob213 08/22/15 10:59am Toy Haulers
RE: Floating neutral

Thanks guys. Saved me a trip to storage to check it out. I'll go with my single plug. I see there is a 3rd ground wire.Do you have to use a screwdriver to connect it? I replaced the Phillips head screws with thumb screws so no screw driver needed.
bob213 08/21/15 10:47am Tech Issues
Floating neutral

I understand that my Honda 2000i has a floating neutral and my Progressive Ind. PT30C sees that as a fault. I've been able to get around that by using a neutral/ground bond plug. My question(without going to storage to try it) is if I parallel two 2000i's together will I need a neutral/ground bond plug for each generator to keep from getting the fault code?
bob213 08/20/15 10:49pm Tech Issues
RE: info on surge protectors

A bonding plug on the Honda generator will fix that right up. About $2 in parts at any big box hardware store. Buy a 3 prong plug and about 2 inches of wire. Open the plug and wire the NEUTRAL and GROUND pins together. DO NOT HOOK ANYTHING TO THE HOT PIN. Plug that into an outlet on the generator, and the floating NEUTRAL problem with Progressive units is fixed. You don't have to run the risk of bypassing any of the Progressive unit's safety tests by using the bypass switch. I have done that using one 2000i. Now if I parallel two 2000i's together do I need a bonding plug for each generator?
bob213 08/20/15 10:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Portable fire pit propane usage & models

Campfire in a Can. Its the best by far. It gives off the most warmth and looks like a natural wood fire. With a five gallon propane tank you'll get anywhere from 12-20 hours of fire depending on the setting. X2
bob213 08/19/15 01:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: 12 volt electrical system

D you have a battery cut off switch?
bob213 08/19/15 01:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Back from Vancouver Island trip!

Just out of curiosity, how much does it cost to ferry the trailer across?
bob213 08/17/15 11:24am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: WF8950 door latch

Can,t find name of person at WFCO, but they sent me some replacements when I emailed them about the same problem. I'm not home but will look and post if I can find it later this evening. You might try to Google WFCO for an email address. http://wfcoelectronics.com/contact/
bob213 08/16/15 09:04am Tech Issues
RE: Water pressure regulator?

Won't hook up without one. I have the Watts 263A. Not cheap but I get controlled pressure with good flow. Regulator
bob213 08/14/15 07:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Portable Ice Maker

They are all about the same. Think they are like car batteries...maybe 3 mfgs. just branded differently. No need to spend a lot of money. Ours works great until the outside temp gets over 90. Then we bring it inside and it pumps out ice very quickly. Now, we usually just keep it inside on the counter and it will make enough ice to keep a good ice chest going for quite a while.
bob213 08/14/15 07:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: New to boat trailers … need some help

I had a 27' JC Evolution tri-toon with 14" rims. I had Kumho 195R70/14 "D" rated tires with dual axle disk brakes(surge). Pulled with a 2500HD without a problem. Don't think I would go bigger tires due to clearance issues but would recommend A "D" rated tire. Hankook radial RA08 in the 195R70/14 "D" rated woud also work. They both require 65lb psi. I would at least go to the higher rated "C" tire.
bob213 08/11/15 07:59pm Towing
RE: Sway with rear kitchen ?

We have the Surveyor 264 RKS. Almost 30 foot and with our Equalizer hitch there is no sway. We love the rear kitchen and would highly recommend it.
bob213 08/10/15 10:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fresh water inlet spring thingy broken

Repair..check here..inlet valve repair
bob213 08/09/15 06:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Yellostone Fishing Bridge RV park - raised sewer connection

Looks like most of yours is draining on the ground anyway. Might be best to put that short connection at the trailer outlet so the backflow doesn't seep out the connection.
bob213 08/08/15 11:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Dumping Gray Water In Your Campsite

Some places still allow grey water to be "spilled". Yes, shower and sink water usually don't smell but add that galley water and you've got a smell worse than the black tank.
bob213 08/08/15 11:27am General RVing Issues
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