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RE: Tired of your NYS Commercial Plates?

Although the odds of getting anything changed are going to be very low thanks to a huge NY tax shortfall. Tax Shortfall
HadEnough 04/21/19 07:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: Friday Funny - nice home-built

That's a tiny house.
HadEnough 04/19/19 08:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cherry Hill to Liberty Harbor routing help needed

Use the NJ Turnpike. Just pay the toll. It's not excessive and makes everything a lot easier. Pay close attention to both your GPS and the overhead street signns as you choose your ramps. Pay attention to what road the GPS is telling you to take as opposed to "turn left" type stuff and use the street signs to take that road. Worst that can happen is you take the wrong ramp and add 40 minutes and an extra toll to your drive. Be patient and try not to get too angry if this happens. But follow the street signs because a a road can have 6 lanes all going to different places. Once on the back roads of Jersey City in the hood, just take your time. It's a pretty straightforward drive to Liberty Harbor. Large trucks and 18 wheelers can do it. You got this.
HadEnough 04/15/19 04:09pm Roads and Routes
RE: Low Flow Water Pump for Truck Camper

Is this to prevent others from wasting water? I've installed that slowest pump on boats to do just that. It works. There is no reason not to use it. I've also installed foot pumps for the same reason. That REALLY slows them down. Nothing wrong with your plan, but if it's just for you, I'd turn the faucet on less.
HadEnough 04/15/19 06:22am Truck Campers
RE: Gun or Tears -- HELP PLZ!!!

Batteries release hydrogen when charging. Hydrogen is detected by carbon monoxide detectors. That's the likely reason you had the false CO alarm.
HadEnough 04/14/19 02:18am Beginning RVing
RE: One thing you use ALL the time?

Dashcam and blind spot mirrors, for all the drivers who can't see this vehicle. Blind spot mirrors were my very first addition. Got then the second I took possession of the RV. Not all that safe driving without.
HadEnough 04/13/19 06:41am General RVing Issues
RE: One thing you use ALL the time?

The green diesel handle at the gas station. Yep. That's the thing I use most often with my RV. Ha ha ha
HadEnough 04/13/19 05:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Saga of Cell Phone Accident...

Sorry to hear about this. It's always a fear in the back of my head. I had someone hit in a more glancing way while I was stopped in traffic. My electric TC back dropped her entire front bumper onto the ground without a single scratch to the TC or truck. Lol
HadEnough 04/12/19 06:40pm Truck Campers
RE: Need Help on how to get health insurance while traveling

Seems like a good argument for Medicare for all (specially RVers.) Seriously. It's sad that as a traveler, you are better off leaving the USA to get medical insurance than you are to stay here. Plenty of travel plans when you are outside the USA. Very few, if any, inside. Yes, Medicare is national -- and even international if you get prior approval and your medical consultations are made with an accredited medical provider (normally top notch hospitals that also provide medical services to our embassies abroad). That's fantastic for the older folks but I'm many years away fro Medicare. My girlfriend is farther yet. We need to pay for our healthcare which I've been straight paying out of pocket for. The girlfriend is not in as great of health so there are a lot more expenses now.
HadEnough 04/12/19 06:33pm Full-time RVing
RE: Need Help on how to get health insurance while traveling

I cant remember ever having it this bad to if you are able to travel and don't want to stay in one place and own a home there, that you would have no health insurance. It just seems un-american to me, but then lately the term "American" doesn't mean what it used to either. Seems to me like there is something new to try to take your freedoms away around every corner now. A lot of people fought and died for American freedom and liberty. Feels like what they sacrificed do much for is being constantly erroded. Taken away from within the country.
HadEnough 04/12/19 06:30pm Full-time RVing
RE: Need Help on how to get health insurance while traveling

Seems like a good argument for Medicare for all (specially RVers.) Seriously. It's sad that as a traveler, you are better off leaving the USA to get medical insurance than you are to stay here. Plenty of travel plans when you are outside the USA. Very few, if any, inside.
HadEnough 04/12/19 01:22pm Full-time RVing
RE: fuel trouble

This is most likely an electronic problem, not a fuel problem. Sounds like you're going into limp home mode. Often this is due to a faulty sensor or wiring going to a sensor. What are the OBD codes it's throwing?
HadEnough 04/12/19 04:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Help on how to get health insurance while traveling

You have to enroll by a certain date in a certain state, I'm a full-time traveler. I'm a lot more of a citizen of the United States than of my certain state where everything is registered. If you have insurance through the ACA, then this isn't true. The ACA has SEP (Special Enrollment Period) for people who have special conditions -- Moving is one of these. Being out of state for 6 months should qualify you for a SEP. If so, you would enroll in a health plan in the state where you're staying. Thanks for that tip. Good to know. Unfortunately we don't stay anywhere. We need something national.
HadEnough 04/08/19 10:28pm Full-time RVing
RE: Need Help on how to get health insurance while traveling

The only thing my insurance covers out of state is emergency room. Well that's great but if its something that needs surgery or if you have a stroke or something, that emergency room coverage wont cover it. I'm not old enough for medicare yet. So basically no one knows of any policies or coverage that covers you out of your own state? And basically the way the insurance works nowadays, you are held hostage in your own state, or pray that nothing happens to you when you cross state lines. Looking forward to an answer. This is a great question you brought up. I am stuck without any insurance because nothing works. You have to enroll by a certain date in a certain state, I'm a full-time traveler. I'm a lot more of a citizen of the United States than of my certain state where everything is registered.
HadEnough 04/08/19 04:31pm Full-time RVing
RE: Bridge Falls onto I75

I suspect that TDOT will be along shortly to get the RVnet determination of why the bridge failed LOL. I'll go first: The leading edge of the bridge failed directly over the left lane. I'm guessing there was a bridge strike at some point in the past. My thoughts exactly. Failed to the left side then broke when it hits the ground.
HadEnough 04/01/19 05:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Aluminum water tank

It may be more cost effective to have 5 fifty gallon drums and use the drums as your water tanks. Avoid the whole mess of shopping for the one massive tank. Use a couple more drums to take I'm the pickup to fill. If this won't work I'd pass on the aluminum tank unless it's an amazing deal or you think you'll have the city water within a few years. Proper plastic tanks are definitely preferable to aluminum so long as they are out of the sun.
HadEnough 03/29/19 05:34am Full-time RVing
RE: Arctic Fox 1150 Slide Quit Working

There is another fuse to check first. Mine blew out once after hitting a"ski jump" in the road. There is a small panel below your bathroom door or close to the slide in/out switch. Open the panel to get access to the slide mechanism relay circuit. Find the cylindrical fuse in the relay circuit and check that first. Because you still hear the relay click, this should fix your problem. These motors don't seem to burn out often. They are very good.
HadEnough 03/29/19 05:25am Truck Campers
RE: TC / airbag suspension

The problem with using stiffer springs instead of airbags is the ride when unloaded is horrible. If you’re always chasing air leaks with airbags, someone did a poor installation. Almost all semi trucks ride on airbag suspension. The reliability is definitely there. If I were going to have a truck that had the camper on it all the time, then I’d do the springs. I'd agree about the reliability of air bags. The only times I had issues with my airbags are when idiots at repair facilities severed the air lines. Otherwise, absolutely no problems and they stay pressurized for a year without losing any air.
HadEnough 03/23/19 06:22am Truck Campers
RE: Let's Talk Oils

I switched to Rotella T6 and can actually hear the difference. Everything is more quiet. It lowers the sound of all the metal banging around in the Cummins engine.
HadEnough 03/23/19 05:48am Tech Issues
RE: What do you put in the flat storage next to the bed?

Electronics and important documents. Shotgun is right between the mattress and that cabinet, since everyone is talking about them. Lol
HadEnough 03/21/19 07:40pm Truck Campers
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