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RE: Cover for camper while in storage? Yes/no?

Those that insist on not using covers are the same ones asking about finding replacements for their faded decals or deciding to repaint. After 21 years of camping, all of our original decals on our 2003 still look great. And it isn’t from sitting out in the full Central California sun. Daily direct sunlight is terrible for your rv when it’s not being used. Get a cover
Fresno Tundra Driver 09/27/22 10:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: New Maxxis tires

I’m right behind you with about 8.5 flawless years on my Maxxis 8008 tires. They are a great ST tire!
Fresno Tundra Driver 09/24/22 08:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Apple car play or XM radio

I’ve used XM in my 2001 Toyota for the last 16 years. I had Best Buy install it. I pay around 9-10/month for it. The big reason for us having it is it allows us to listen all the MLB(Dodgers) games while on extended trips in the mountains. I have the base mounted on the floor of the truck below the radio on the carpet of the transmission hump, right up against the lower dash plastic. There is a magnet antenna on the passenger front corner of the truck, close to the regular antenna. For camping trips, I have a separate portable base for the RV and it has its own separate antenna the I put on top of the camper. I can move the small XM receiver back and forth between the truck and camper as needed. Always having to change stations on a long trip is no fun. Good luck
Fresno Tundra Driver 09/04/22 08:27am Truck Campers
RE: New to 5th wheels

Think about adding Sumo springs in place of the bump stops. Easy to do it yourself. It really helped smooth out the ride while towing my fifth wheel.
Fresno Tundra Driver 08/05/22 03:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: best route to yosemite

If by “Yosemite” you mean Yosemite valley than your best route would be Crespro’s way. While 395 to 120 is beautiful, going up that way is a steeper grade, especially with your toad, and seems a roundabout way to go if your destination is in fact Yosemite valley.
Fresno Tundra Driver 06/02/22 11:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: Trip report: Yosemite in the Snow

Wonderful pictures! Looks like time well spent. Winter in Yosemite can definitely be sublime. Thanks for sharing.
Fresno Tundra Driver 02/21/22 09:03pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Yosemite...how early?

We’ve camped in Yosemite valley several times in the month of March when Easter break came early and have always had a good time. Our experience with March camping there has had daytime highs in the 55-70 degree range and nighttime lows in the 25-40 degree range. We’ve had light snowfall on one or two occasions but nothing that lasted or prevented driving. Good luck.
Fresno Tundra Driver 02/10/22 08:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The cat is out of the bag ! New Honda Generator !!

3000+ watts and only 58 pounds sounds great!!!
Fresno Tundra Driver 02/05/22 09:06am Tech Issues
RE: Run TV on an inverter?

I’ve have two group 27 batteries with a 300 watt inverter and have successfully watched our 21 inch flat panel tv wherever we camp that gets over the air channels. I think you’ll be able to as well
Fresno Tundra Driver 02/05/22 12:01am Tech Issues
RE: Recommended must have for 5th wheel

Hello. Adding Sumo Springs to my truck 5 years ago made the ride a lot less jarring and more smooth while towing our fifth wheel. Wish I didn’t wait so long to put them on. They’re easy to put on and they help a lot.
Fresno Tundra Driver 11/14/21 10:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Should I cover my tires?

Gdetrailer are you a retired petroleum engineer, chemist or tire manufacturer employee...?
Fresno Tundra Driver 11/04/21 10:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Recommend a good RV Cover for 28-29' TT?

I use anything I can get cheap on eBay that has the white Tyvek on top. I’ve mostly used Adco. They can get expensive if bought brand new but I’m always on the lookout for an open box item(not returned) or maybe one that has some cosmetic damage on the box. My twenty year old 28 foot fifth wheel has used travel trailer and fifth wheel covers. Whatever I can get in the 28-30 foot range. For us in central california the UV damage is what I’m mostly trying to prevent and thus far it’s worked great as all my decals still look great and I still have an intact white rubber roof. Rain and snow is not an issue here usually. Once the Adco cover I bought had a date of manufacture of 5 years earlier but was still in it’s original shrink rap and worked fine. I usually get 2-3 years of service before the cheaper grey sidewalls start to deteriorate and have usually paid around $200. Keep a lookout in advance of when you actually need it. For example, my current cover is wearing out after 2.5 years but I already have one in the garage that I bought last June. I’ll probably replace the old cover with my “new” cover next spring as the UV intensity increases.
Fresno Tundra Driver 10/26/21 11:14am Travel Trailers
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