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RE: Ball mounts Is it legal to have one when not towing?

Will say I am physically unable to remove the drawbar when we are unhooked on vacation. Nobody has said boo in over 100,000 miles (most of that with TT attached of course). When stored I use a floor jack to remove the drawbar, using a nice wooden holder, and then slide it on to a shelf.
Chuck&Gail 08/26/13 09:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Smoke Alarms....

Buy a smoke alarm made for kitchens. Yes they exist. Their senitivity is set lower. Usually works in cases like yours.
Chuck&Gail 08/26/13 08:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: ammo question...just a reply or two

As mentioned. Some states with LOTS of crime try to restrict your right to protect yourself. New Jersey, I believe, even outlaws having 22 caliber hollow points.
Chuck&Gail 08/26/13 08:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question specific to those who camp at dog events

Sorry, no idea. Will say that Good Same ERS told me they do NOT cover my TT going to, attending, or leaving such an event with a show dog!
Chuck&Gail 08/26/13 06:12pm RV Pet Stop
RE: RUST CONVERTOR vs RUST REMOVER

I've used both, Rust Converter worked FAR better. In fact it says it leaves a primer, but I never bothered to paint over it. Worked great.
Chuck&Gail 08/23/13 10:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Allergic??

Ok, try this. Put out several shallow trays (surface area counts, not volume) of COMMERCIAL grade ammonia. Close up RV and let sit a few days if possible, and having RV warmer is better. Then air it out. Bet it is MUCH better.
Chuck&Gail 08/21/13 08:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Brakes, how many miles should they last?

Our last TT was getting close at 40,000 miles.
Chuck&Gail 08/21/13 08:35pm Fifth-Wheels
What Do You Wish Your Partner Had Done Before They Died?

I am dying, and unlikely to see this Christmas. I can still do a little, and sometimes can persuade my brain to half work. So, for those who have had a partner die on them, what is the biggest issue you wish they had taken care of before they died? I want to save my wife as much trouble as I can. I think I’ve done all the obvious things, but want to hear from those who have actually been through this. What have I probably forgotten? Comments please?
Chuck&Gail 08/20/13 09:30pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Best TPMS Least pricey ??

Love my Pressure Pro. Least pricey is none, until the first blowout......
Chuck&Gail 08/20/13 07:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Any personal experience with Westlake Super ST tires?

If you tell us the DOT code on the tires, we can tell you where they were manufactured
Chuck&Gail 08/16/13 10:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Which tires

If 15" then Maxxis. Also check the rating on your RIMS. Usually stamped on rear, or in valley under the tire. Fully inflating a LR-D on a LR-C rim is as THIRTY PERCENT OVERLOAD!!!! Obviously LR-E is even worse.
Chuck&Gail 07/23/13 10:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

Sorry, can't help. Love my Pressure Pro.
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 10:10pm Technology Corner
RE: What is a "Grown Tire"?

One other point. Not sure on 14" rims, but rims used for 205/75R15 usually have a 5" or 5.5" width. Minimum rim width for 215/75R15's is 6". Perhaps you might check that also while pondering.
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 10:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hitler Hills?!?!

I thought you were in Washington DC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 08:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Las Vegas Camping

The best for location on the strip is the KOA at Circus Circus. Pretty much a big parking lot with lots if designated sites and excellent services. The majority are pull through. Great staff and right on the strip walkable to everything. Pool, games room, store, show tickets in the hotel. We use to go to Outdoor Resorts or Oasis and although they were both fine as well we prefer the KOA at circus circus. Nice as you can easily walk the two blocks to the strip. If you have a dog, get a spot with grass and a shade tree. Costs extra, but well worth it.
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 07:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toilet question..

IMHO Olive oil is your friend. It cleans and lubes seal. Let it sit for at least a day. May fix it. I've never replaced a seal yet.
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 07:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stabilizer jacks

I use motorcycle chain lube. It was invented to play well in the dirt, LOL.
Chuck&Gail 07/21/13 07:02pm Beginning RVing
RE: Low Voltage at Tahoe Valley RV Resort an Encore RV Park

Nany of us carry autoformers to correct for low voltage. We end up using ours about 20% of the places we stay. Only fix for CG is to not use as many spaces, or dig up and replace all their wiring.
Chuck&Gail 07/20/13 07:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 20 amp Circuit & A/C?

What is important isn't time, it is the VOLTAGE inside the RV when the A/C is turned on. According to ANSI C84.1-1995 (R2001) any voltage below 110 volts for long term, or 106 volts for short term (seconds), may very well damage things in your RV (most commonly air conditioners, but anything could be damaged). So unless you like to live dangerously, get a voltmeter. If you are plugging into a house, you could still have a problem. The electric company could be providing a low voltage, you could have too much drop within the house wiring, you could have overloaded circuits, etc, etc, etc.
Chuck&Gail 07/18/13 10:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tunnel Mtn, Banff Bear Warning

I know all about the handgun laws, and have no trouble with them. Traveled in Canada many times with no problems. We just leave our handguns home. My QUESTION was, should I try to bring a shotgun and bear repeller ammo? If not, suggestions? I LIVE with bears all around, and they sometimes do NOT play nice. That is why Colorado Division of Wildlife allows me to have rubber bear ammo (which is NOT easily purchased by just anybody).
Chuck&Gail 07/18/13 09:21pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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