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RE: Dumping Tanks in an Empty Full Service Site

You already paid for it and it all goes to the same place.
1320Fastback 07/22/19 09:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Ram 2500 rough ride question

Take the rears to 35-40psi. You don't need 80 in them unless your towing.
1320Fastback 07/22/19 09:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: What tools to take on 2 month trip?

cork screw and bottle opener This is the correct answer
1320Fastback 07/13/19 07:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: What tools to take on 2 month trip?

I have a shop filled with tool but I only take a jack that will work under both the truck and trailer, one 1/2" breaker bar, 1/2" drive socket for truck lug nuts and 1/2" drive socket for trailer lug nuts, one adjustable wrench, 5-17mm wrenches, 1/4"-3/4" standard wrenches, a pair of wire strippers, a wire cutter, a DVOM and a roll of duct tape. All of this fits one one standard small tool box except the bottle jack. If we take our dirtbikes which we did when we went to Idaho and Wyoming I take a few more specialized tools for them but is really not much more. I am fine buying whatever I need if I don't have it with me.
1320Fastback 07/13/19 07:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Why does my Truck Camper list toward the driver side

Most old Dodges like mine list to the drivers side too. We have always though it was because of the "Big 3". The Battery, the Driver and the 30 gallons of diesel are all on one side. Wonder if something similar is happening to your rig.
1320Fastback 07/12/19 11:01pm Truck Campers
RE: A/C unit upgrades

It looks like the atwood is about 20 lbs heavier than some of the others. Will that be a problem with my 13 year old tt? All the units I see have heat pumps. isn't that just something else to break if i wont be going in the cold? Thanks Tony Our Aircommand 13.5 Non Ducted is also a Non Heat Pump model. It weights 84 pounds and our roof holds it without issue. I would think the condition of your roof matters more than the age. When your up there working on it your adding your weight to the roof structure too so don't think a extra 14-20 pounds will matter much.
1320Fastback 07/12/19 10:31am Travel Trailers
RE: A/C unit upgrades

13.5 and 15k should both use a standard 14"x14" roof opening. If you want stay with a 13.5 get a Atwood, it'll out cool any other 13.5 on the market while being much quieter and more electrically efficient.
1320Fastback 07/11/19 10:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cleaning black streaks

Will be trying the WD40 suggestion, I buy it by the gallon for the shop so have plenty on hand. My trailer always gets them on the front wall just about tailgate level.
1320Fastback 07/11/19 12:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Was rear ended on the highway

Obviously your truck and trailer are going to be totaled so I wouldn't even consider trying to drive them. I would call your insurance company ASAP tell them your situation and get a rental with the agreement that they pick up the cost for everything and that's part of the insurance claim.
1320Fastback 07/11/19 11:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Must Have Boondocking Items?

CZ75 and a Ruger 22/45, both great fun!
1320Fastback 07/10/19 12:09am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Running your propane Refrigerators while fueling?

Can't stand filling at stations with gas, always some clueless person in the way.
1320Fastback 07/10/19 12:08am Travel Trailers
RE: 3.5 Ecoboost Feels Like a V6

Last I checked it was a V6.
1320Fastback 07/01/19 10:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: Texas?!? I'm shocked.

I wish Texas, and most other states honestly, would do safety inspections on their roads. Potholes, bridge transitions, construction damage and unlevel surfaces are the real danger.
1320Fastback 06/25/19 01:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: GM Colorado bent frame towing 2,100 lbs

Double post
1320Fastback 06/23/19 10:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GM Colorado bent frame towing 2,100 lbs

GM Execs: We need to make our trucks lighter for better economy. We don't care if there is a inherent design flaw we will just send the lawyers. GM Frame Shop: Hold my beer.
1320Fastback 06/23/19 10:03pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Flying J Dedicated RV Lanes

It's absolutely worth paying more for convenience and less traffic. I usually stop at Shell stations as they are not the cheapest option and usually have empty pumps. Nothing against truck stops as I do use them too but they are busier.
1320Fastback 06/20/19 10:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Electric Vehicles? Towing? Hauling?

I applaud all these RVers who tow 400 to 500 miles without taking any breaks. We've done 700+ mile days taking only two 15 minute breaks. It's rough!
1320Fastback 06/20/19 10:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Good Sam roadside failed us again!!!!

To those that advocate carrying their own tools in case the service guy doesn't have them....do you carry everything you need to repair your transmission if that fails? How about changing a drive shaft? How about a radiator? Do you carry a welding machine and torch in case you might need them? I don't want to carry a garage with me just in case something happens, that's why I have roadside assistance. There is always the risk the person showing up to help is unprepared, if he is, I'll wait for the next one. I've got more important things to bring along like golf clubs. Repair a Transmission? No but Yes to changing a U-Joint or radiator. Both take one or two sockets, wrenches and a screw driver. Our last trip required a oil pressure sender to be changed and the fan belt after it got sprayed in oil. Both done in the Napa parking lot with basic hand tools. No tow truck required, in and out in 15 minutes.
1320Fastback 06/20/19 10:39pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Good Sam roadside failed us again!!!!

I know we are all of different age and abilities but I will never let anyone change my tires except me. I carry the proper sockets, breaker bar, jack and will never strip or cross thread a lug nut as I know how much is involved in changing them will a full floating rear end. If a tow truck or highway service truck showed up while I was on the side of the road they may either stay there as protection barricade or leave.
1320Fastback 06/20/19 10:32pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Damaged RV on roads on way home from Florida, anyone else?.

285 In/Out of Carlsbad NM is the worst road I have ever driven on.
1320Fastback 06/20/19 01:15pm Fifth-Wheels
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