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RE: Cedar Creek GM / President info

The random purchaser phone calls should tell them something about maybe getting things right the first go around. Phone calls would stop. But it seems that not getting it right the first time is the norm. Stop practicing and get it right!
Esacnj 09/24/22 10:27am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Why did my water pump stop pumping?

look here
Esacnj 09/22/22 12:26pm Tech Issues
RE: Jayco Dealer Recommendation

I presently have a Jayco. I really like it. Cedar Creek seems to be better built not using lamination construction thus eliminating any delamination problems. As I say the problem is that you cant seem to find any dealer that doesn't give you a hard time with repair work. I am familiar with both Whitehorse and Stoltzfus of Adamstown. Thanks
Esacnj 09/21/22 08:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Jayco Dealer Recommendation

Thanks. I also found Alpin Haus in Oak Ridge NJ. Ever heard anything about them? www.alpinhausrv.com
Esacnj 09/20/22 01:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Jayco Dealer Recommendation

Looking for recommendation for good/reliable Jayco dealer with good service dept. in N.J./Eastern Pa. area. More concerned with after purchase service than sales dept. Seems they are hard to come by. Looking @ Jayco and Cedar Creek. Any recommendations for them?
Esacnj 09/20/22 11:54am Fifth-Wheels
Jayco Dealer Recommendation

Looking for recommendation for good/reliable Jayco dealer with good service dept. in N.J./Eastern Pa. area. More concerned with after purchase service than sales dept. Seems they are hard to come by.
Esacnj 09/20/22 10:43am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Jacking For Tire Change

I have owned travel trailers and 5th wheel. 2 different manufacturers and both say jack to the frame either in front of forward wheel or behind rear wheel within couple/few of inches to the wheel. Never to axles or suspension or springs/u bolts.
Esacnj 08/04/22 10:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Anderson Camper Levelers

I am also concerned that when you try to take the chock out from under them that you may have to back up to release the pressure to remove the chock and may come off the back of the leveler which wouldn't be good.
Esacnj 07/25/22 01:50pm Fifth-Wheels
Anderson Camper Levelers

Do they work?
Esacnj 07/23/22 08:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cedar Creek rear cap cracks

If everyone gave a 4 year warranty on an RV they would all go broke. Unless they fixed it right the first time.
Esacnj 07/17/22 08:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cedar Creek rear cap cracks

I guess it's unreasonable to think that a repair should correct a problem for good rather than just long enough to get past a warrantee period. Unfortunately for everyone this has become the norm across the board no matter what you have done. Sad state of affairs.
Esacnj 06/16/22 11:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Greenbal Tires

Greenball manufactures Towmaster. Also known as Blowmaster. I had a set that came on my new 5th wheel. Blowout at beginning of 2nd season even after continuously checking pressure.
Esacnj 04/04/22 01:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) --- Great add-on

I have had a system for many years on 2 travel trailers and a 5th wheel. I selected the brand because the sensors were the smallest and lightest. I ran them on standard rubber valve stems and never had a problem. I decided to add them to my dually since it had no sensors. That was a mistake. I had them cause a problem with the inner tires on both sides deflating the tires. The TPMS supplier said that they were successful on most valve extensions. That was not the case as I tried different extensions. Apparently the added weight of the sensor creates a problem with the long stem on the inner tires. I have since had metal stems installed but am now reluctant to run the sensors on them also do to their length.
Esacnj 12/29/21 08:56am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 5th wheel hitch security

A little off the subject but I don't lift the hitch. My truck is too big to fit in my garage however the garage door is large enough for me to back the bed into. I purchased an electric winch from harbor freight and installed two eye bolts into my garage door header and hang the winch from them. I back the truck bed under and raise the hitch high enough to pull the truck out and then lower the hitch onto a dolly and wheel it around. Works great.
Esacnj 12/12/21 08:56am Fifth-Wheels
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