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RE: I-71 to I-70 thru Columbus Ohio

Downtown sucks but I270 is so rough you may lose teeth or bruise kidneys going around. Choose your poison.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 10/21/22 08:22am Roads and Routes
RE: Do Some Travel Trailers Have Levelling Jacks?

Quadra makes systems for leveling just about anything.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 09/25/22 07:05pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking at class c questions on maintenance

Dealers and shops do not have the space for Class C over certain length. Most do it themselves or learn how to do their own oil change. It helps to be handy. I am handy but was more interested when on the road travelling. The rig I am looking at is relatively small and in the 23-25ft area. The last thing I want to do is an oil change in some campground or if something else breaks that you cannot fix yourself and need to take it somewhere to be repaired. Any Chevy or Ford medium truck dealer will work on them. Coughlin in Pataskala has done work on my Class C
I-Can-Am-Can-You 07/08/22 02:12pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Covid in RV Parks

I’m home recovering from COVID as we speak. I’ve had all 3 Pfizer shots, still got it, and it **** near put me in the hospital last week. I have no additional risk factors and I’m 44 years old. Felt like a 200 pound weight on my chest. It hits everyone different.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 05/10/22 08:03pm Full-time RVing
RE: Is this forum dying?

I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again here: Replies with ‘did you use the search function’ and links to keyword searches really hurt this forum. Seems to have improved somewhat as of late, but for a long time this site was most unwelcoming. There’s a collective groan when there’s ‘another tire thread’, for example, but that’s the nature of forums. That’s probably a new problem for a new person who is a newbie camper.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 02/10/22 05:55am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: 2021 Grand Cherokee?

Any experience with 2020-older Grand Cherokees is not relevant to the conversation. As stated earlier the 2021 is on a complete new platform. To that end, probably nobody here has ever towed with one. My advice is, look for the smallest lightest trailer that meets your camping needs. You may need to COMPROMISE on amenities and space if you want to keep your 2021 Grand Cherokee. Yes, the mean old c-word. The platform of the Grand Cherokee doesn't change until the 2022 model year. The 2021 is still considered 4th generation. 2022 is the 5th gen. Unless he is talking 2021 Grand Cherokee L, which isn't what the OP posted. This is correct. The 2021 Grand Cherokee is the WK2 platform. I tow 6000 with my 2014 regularly. It’s a diesel with quadralift and Quadra drive II. it’s a very stable, capable SUV. The HD brakes, tow package, etc are a must and I wouldn’t dare use a pentastar.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 02/07/22 06:56pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Where is EVERYONE??

There’s also a problem with every new poster being attacked and told ‘use the search function’. This site is most unwelcoming.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 02/03/22 05:59pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Chevy Express 3500 with 6.0

I have a 34 foot class C with the 6.0. It weighs 14,000 pounds. I pull a 5000 pound trailer with it no problem. You’ll be fine.
I-Can-Am-Can-You 01/31/22 07:53pm Tow Vehicles
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