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RE: Orlando area campgrounds

Fort Wilderness at Disney. :B Dan
Hammerboy 03/17/23 12:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bicycles

We use one of two options: The best one is when it is just my wife and I, I simply put the bikes in the back seat of the truck with the seats folded up of course. This is by far the best way as it keeps them out of the elements and from theft. Once in awhile when we have others with us then we use our 4 place bike rack on the rear of the fifth wheel as it has a 2" receiver. Dan
Hammerboy 02/22/23 11:25am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need advice on selling hitch and adapter

The biggest issue is ,it's a rail mount hitch. Most now are going to a puck mount system or the Andersen style hitch . I too went with the adapter just to use my existing rail mount slider hitch , but back then the choices were very limited . I don't know, the advantage with selling the rail mount hitch is it will work in any truck with rails vs. truck specific puck systems. I could easy be wrong though. Dan
Hammerboy 07/13/22 02:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Quad Steps

Another option is the Torklift Glostep. We have these and love them. A solid step that stores outside. I also would avoid the kind that flip inside the rig. Dan
Hammerboy 07/09/22 02:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need advice on selling hitch and adapter

Sold my 5 year old Patriot slider on Marketplace for $600 this past early spring when I went to a Patriot 18k non slider. It took a little while before the right person came along. Just have to be patient or keep dropping the price. Dan
Hammerboy 07/09/22 02:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Getting gas with long trailer?

In over 35 years of towing a large travel trailer, i only had to back out of a station twice _ both times back into a busy street. Had no problem with my wife stopping traffic and me slowly backing up. Cars stopped and no one honked. We always gassed up or fueled up at local gas stations that had diesel fuel. Never a problem. My advice, learn to back your rig, use the outside pumps, and don’t worry about it.:) Barney Thats always my fear, having to back out of a station with our fifth wheel. I did the other day have to pull into a local station the other day with the fifth wheel which also had our kayak trailer behind it. I scoped it out first before I pulled in, hard to back out with two trailers :-( Dan
Hammerboy 06/20/22 06:57am Fifth-Wheels
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