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RE: Newbie to Camping Trailers

Thank you for the response. I have load levelers and a sway bar. I have been backing a 16 foot flatbed trailer and an 8 foot single axle trailer for years. Had more trouble with the small trailer. Looking forward to getting on the road with this small rig. GM
Grey Mountain 08/20/23 05:49am Travel Trailers
Newbie to Camping Trailers

First post on this particular forum; however, I have been posting elsewhere for years. After the death of my British Bride, I sold our 39' pusher and bought a small Forest River SALEM FSX 174BHLE travel trailer. I haven't pulled a small cmaper in 35 years so will most likely have a question or three. So far, I have pulled it ten miles...
Grey Mountain 08/19/23 05:54am Travel Trailers
Expensive Disaster Averted

Took my 39' pusher in to my local RV folks for some minor repairs. Got the rig back, drove the 40 miles home. When I put the transmission in reverse to back it in, I heard a terrible noise. Only had that noise when in reverse, nothing in forward gears. Started calling around for a diesel mechanic who would check out the transmission, with big dollar signs cascading around my ears. Lots of diesel mechanics, but not many who work on, or have the capacity for a 39' rig. Next option was Freightliner in Oklahoma City, 70 miles away. I was minutes away from calling and making an appointment when a flash of light hit these senior, oh so senior, brain cells. I use the backup camera but never turn the sound on. Apparently, the RV techs had turned the volume up, and when the transmission is placed in reverse, one hears static and all kinds of strange noises. I turned the volume control down and save myself a bunch of big bucks. Maybe it's time to settle down with warm milk and cookies...
Grey Mountain 05/14/23 06:46am Around the Campfire
RE: NORCOLD Refrigerator Removal

Old fridge out, replacement in. Through the door. Fairly easy job. Installed a Magic Chef 10.1, $499. Thanks for all the tips. GM
Grey Mountain 03/14/23 10:01am Tech Issues
RE: NORCOLD Refrigerator Removal

my norcold 1200 went through door of 24 and a half inches by removing norcold front doors installed samsung the same way I will also consider that option. Thanks. GM
Grey Mountain 03/10/23 06:27am Tech Issues
RE: NORCOLD Refrigerator Removal

I have a tractor with a front end loader. Looks like through the window is the route to go. Thanks for the information. Getting ready to seel the rig. GM
Grey Mountain 03/10/23 06:00am Tech Issues
RE: NORCOLD Refrigerator Removal

Looks like out the window is the way to go. GM
Grey Mountain 03/09/23 06:16pm Tech Issues
NORCOLD Refrigerator Removal

Refrigerator is belly up. Going to replace with a residential model. Any tips on how to get the existing fridge out of the motorhome? Thanks. GM
Grey Mountain 03/09/23 01:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Motorhome Refrigerator Problems

Thanks much for the responses. I'll have a mobile RV tech look at it. GM
Grey Mountain 03/03/23 09:54am Tech Issues
Motorhome Refrigerator Problems

Took my rig for minor service, was there about three weeks. Fridge worked fine. Back home, plugged in to shore power and getting a code no co in all modes (auto, LP,EL) Advice? GM
Grey Mountain 03/03/23 06:56am Tech Issues
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