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RE: giving it up

FYI Now is the time to sell. I put our's on the main highway with a sign, and it sold in less that 24 hours. At one time there was 3 people looking at it. I thought they were all together, but no. They just all showed up at the same time. Good to see it worked for someone. Selling my fifth wheel has been the hardest sell I've had. Mostly scammers and no shows, people offering me 50% less over the phone without looking. Maybe I need to price it higher! I just set it up on a friend's lot on the main road thru town, 321. When I went to meet one guy there, 2 others stopped while i was showing it to him, and then when I was hooking it up to bring it home to clean it out, for the buyer to pick up. a guy stopped and wanted to look at it. So put it where lots of people can see it, and it won't sit long. Actually put it on 321! Right now! ha
Class A DP 1 08/08/21 06:55am General RVing Issues
RE: giving it up

That's not necessarily bad news... hats off to you. Enjoy whatever you can, wherever you can, however you can. The cabins are cool too! There's a major movement now for cargo van conversions. Maybe look into them later if you like. Getting older, its likely real good to have your own bed, toilet, shower right with you. Maybe that's a possibility to help you continue traveling.
Class A DP 1 08/07/21 04:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Camco sewer lugs out of spec? An easy fix but very odd

wow! unlucky? i've returned items bought online and in the store maybe 3-times in the last couple of years and an additional once or twice for an exchange. May be true RK. It may be just me and the OP but i really doubt that. I do buy a lot of stuff so the chances of me encountering a larger percentage of junk is definitely there. Offshore manufacturing seems to be all about making it "look" like something you want, need, and/or will buy but when you get your hands on it you see a different picture many times... screwdrivers that strip with first use, hammers that chip metal shrapnel when used to hammer, and RV sewer drain connectors incompatible with the industry standard established many decades ago (without a hand file that is). I still buy imported stuff of course, but its a real mess we have.
Class A DP 1 01/03/21 06:59am Tech Issues
RE: Camco sewer lugs out of spec? An easy fix but very odd

This why it's very important to RETURN defective items. It has zero affect on the jack-leg overseas manufacturer cause the seller just fills our ladfills with the ****. Many of the shipping containers themselves are left here because it costs too much to return an empty container. Returns have only a little affect on the retailer (cause they bought a container load at pennies on the dollar for what we pay them at retail. But i do feel like a patriot when I return the junk to them. We return soooo much stuff we must be on all the blacklists. Amazon 8-9 times last month, Ebay twice today, Walmart countless times. Home Depot, Lowes, Target, etc etc. If they sell chinese, we have returned it. If they wont take it back we call the credit card company. But I NEVER just keep it and take the loss.
Class A DP 1 01/02/21 04:03pm Tech Issues
RE: High Dezert Off Road, now RVing

Nice! and you live in Barstow. You got a lot of fun within reasonable drive there. safe travels.
Class A DP 1 12/22/20 11:43am Beginning RVing
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