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RE: TTs with Rear Bedrooms?

Rockwood 2806BS I may be a little biased....
2Rad4U 05/06/19 06:19am Travel Trailers
RE: TTs with Rear Bedrooms?

Rockwood 2806BS I may be a little biased....
2Rad4U 05/06/19 06:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Camping At Savannah, GA

Doesn't Creekfire have shuttle service to Savannah? Yes, 3 trips per day
2Rad4U 05/06/19 06:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: This happened today

Holy ****! Everyone okay?
2Rad4U 04/20/19 11:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Opinions on this travel trailer

I like it. I see a lot of toy haulers using the rear gate as a patio. In the campgrounds we frequent (state parks), we would have no problem deploying the patio. My little pooch would LOVE being outside on the patio! And, the natural light in the living area is awesome. I dig it.
2Rad4U 04/18/19 04:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Furrion vision s problem

1 800 789 3341 Give Furrion a call. They have a great support staff.
2Rad4U 04/15/19 10:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hard for us to get past Grand Design

We had a similar list when looking for a new TT, except a rear bedroom was on top. We camp at lakeside and creek side sites frequently and love having the views and especially the sounds of the water in the bedroom. A front bedroom puts you sleeping closer to the road in a back in site. I never understood wanting to sleep up front. Good luck with your purchase.
2Rad4U 04/14/19 04:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Towing with 1995 Yukon

Hey 1ed, I have extensive experience with that situation. I had a 1999 Tahoe with the 5.7 and we pulled a trailer weighing 5000+ pounds. We pulled that thing from the coast to the smokies here in NC and that truck was a BEAST! Never let me down! Never! I finally sold that beast with 275K on the odometer and it had zero issues. You don't mention a hitch, so I recommend a good weight distributing hitch. I used an Equalizer and was happy with it. I also recommend adding s set of Timbrens to the rear end. These SUV's are soft in the rear and the Timbrens worked perfectly for me in this application. Good luck in your travels and let me know if I can help.
2Rad4U 04/14/19 12:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Rockwood 2608WS

Well we ended up buying a 2019 2608BSD. So far we love it. I love the sturdy design of the pull down steps and we got the theater seating. However we do have an issue with the bedroom slide. Something broke and it doesn't come in straight unless I nudge the bed with my knee while my wife pushes the like switch. Seems to be common to have some issues with new units anymore. Congrats on the 2608! I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around the slide issue? Can you elaborate on what broke?
2Rad4U 04/14/19 10:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Hot brakes and Tall trailers

The setup looks good. I would try backing off of the brake controller until you find the sweet spot.
2Rad4U 04/08/19 04:01am Travel Trailers
RE: Streaming to TV from Cell Phone

Yes. I "cast" from my phone, so no wires. I use YouTubeTV (love it) and I get my local channels when I am traveling. I have a smart TV that has chromecast built in, but you can buy the chromecast adapter for $35 or so. Works like a charm. I have a Sprint cell account with 50gb of hotspot date per phone. Have been from the mountains to the coast and watched TV everywhere. Good luck This may be the best way to go yet. Must your phone screen stay on while casting to the tv also? You can use your phone for other things while casting.
2Rad4U 04/04/19 09:26am Technology Corner
RE: Streaming to TV from Cell Phone

Yes. I "cast" from my phone, so no wires. I use YouTubeTV (love it) and I get my local channels when I am traveling. I have a smart TV that has chromecast built in, but you can buy the chromecast adapter for $35 or so. Works like a charm. I have a Sprint cell account with 50gb of hotspot date per phone. Have been from the mountains to the coast and watched TV everywhere. Good luck
2Rad4U 04/04/19 06:14am Technology Corner
RE: 2015 Rockwood Windjammer 3025W - 30 or 50 amp service?

Mine came with a single AC unit but the prep and pre-wire for the second AC. So, it's 50amp. 3 ways it could come. 30 amp with single AC, 50 amp single AC (2nd AC prep), and 50 amp with dual AC units. Yours MAY have the OPTION for the 2nd AC, but if it doesn't have it, or is not prepped for it, it could be 30amp.
2Rad4U 03/30/19 05:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

BTW, the tow rating of the 2011 GC is 5000lb. I mentioned that in post #3 on PAGE 1 of this thread. No one seemed to notice.
2Rad4U 03/29/19 04:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

Only you can tell how your rig drives, not some anonymous keyboard jockey. You do see the irony, don't you?
2Rad4U 03/29/19 12:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

Really? And how do you know this? By reading your post
2Rad4U 03/29/19 08:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

Look at you! Internet done it all. Well, carry on then
2Rad4U 03/28/19 11:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Best guess as to fuel mileage on these trucks

2015 GMC Sierra 4WD SLE 6.0 Double Cab 8' bed. In 32K miles, real numbers, calculated. Driving it like I stole it. Highway average 15.3 City Average 10.2 Towing Average 7.7 towing 6500 lb trailer with bed full of firewood and gear, canoe or kayak on roof, in PA where everything is either up or down. BTW, you may want a RAM w/Cummins! My 2018 is identical. Towing mileage sucks but that 6.0 pulls!!!
2Rad4U 03/28/19 10:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

As you see, you will get everyone's "opinions" on what YOU can or cannot tow. Some have ZERO experience and should not be involved. Ultimately, you'll have to do the research and make that decision for yourself. I wish you luck
2Rad4U 03/28/19 10:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Jeep GC and TT Towing Assistance

Contrary to popular opinion (mostly from those with only keyboard experience), the GC is a very capable tow vehicle within the manufactures limits. I have had 5 or 6 GCs, currently have a 2014 EcoDiesel model. And while I haven't towed a TT, I have towed many boats, the heaviest of which is about 2000 pounds more than you are towing. Yes, aerodynamics are different, but the vehicle stability is mostly the same. Especially compared to the little trailer you have purchased. My experience towing with the GC has been positive. I would have no qualms about pulling your trailer anywhere with your GC. Set cruise at 65, keep an eye on transmission temps as you are going over the divide, and enjoy the drive. You really shouldn't give towing advice
2Rad4U 03/28/19 10:34am Travel Trailers
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