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RE: Advice for first time RV rental and experience

There 2 large RV rental companies in the US that may suit your needs,One is El Monte RV they have many choices in their RV rental Fleet both Class C and Class A. There is also Cruise America they offer a smaller choice if RVs in their fleet. First is to decide on the type of RV that will fill your needs,look at the floor plans of each type to help you decide on how to have your own space. As stated before there is not to much privacy in a RV but if everyone gets along and can tolerate each other in cramped spaces this will make it enjoyable for all.
IAMICHABOD 06/16/19 11:57am Beginning RVing
RE: Insurance recommendations for Class C

You could try AAA,Liability,medical,Comprehensive,Collision,Uninsured Motorist $297
IAMICHABOD 06/15/19 09:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Smaller Class C

I have to agree with Bordercollie,a smaller one like his and mine seems perfect.I looked for quite awhile for mine then I went to the Rental Market and found one .Not a bad choice great price,service records and it has been well maintained. You might look there as an alternative.My Son in laws brother has a Majestic28A ,a retired Cruise America RV it has a separate shower area that is fairly large and a large rear cargo space plus a walk around bed. https://assets-cdn-interactrv.netdna-ssl.com/interactrv/unit_tech_drawing/imgh_400x300-m1202201616043896/mod13246.jpg height=220
IAMICHABOD 06/15/19 01:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: cleaning before eternabond

Use something "Hot" something that evaporates fast I like to use Acetone it is what I have always used with out any problems and have had no failures when I did the very same seams.
IAMICHABOD 06/14/19 08:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Replace 12-volt Costar CO Alarm

When mine quit and a replacement wasn't available I did a lot of research and came up with a combination unit and replaced both of mine. The Kidde Unit fits the bill.10 year life span.
IAMICHABOD 06/14/19 08:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: finding an old post

Try this on google site:RV.net riven1950+ tire or any thing that you made a post about after the + sign like this That is how I find my old posts. I don't know why the RV.net came out as the googly eyes
IAMICHABOD 06/12/19 01:10pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Magnetic Cam Locks???

I have replaced all of mine with These ,they can all be keyed alike so I only have one key for everything. Just pick the size and how many you want. I also like that they have a cover on the key slot that moves when you insert the key,thus keeping all grime out.They have worked flawlessly for more than 7 years.
IAMICHABOD 06/11/19 09:50pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Excessive receiver/shank play on new truck

You need a good anti rattle device so you don't get so much play in the receiver,thus magnifying the movement and doing more damage to the receiver. I have tried almost every Anti Rattle device on the market, most have been no good or so complicated and cumbersome that they are useless. Including the Roadmaster type,totally useless,as is all that have been mentioned here. Until I found the one at Hitch Rider. Their Hitch Vice is the best and easiest one I have come across and it really works.
IAMICHABOD 06/10/19 01:37pm Towing
RE: Portable Solar

I use the Renolgy 100 Watt suitcase,comes with a nice case,easy to store. I made up easy plugins for it,easy to use and move around and keeps the batteries topped of nicely.
IAMICHABOD 06/10/19 07:56am Tech Issues
RE: Leveling blocks

Anyone have any ideas why my pics don't show. I uploaded them like I always do and I got a nasty gram in red say I didn't follow protocol. So I uploaded them with the little icon image thing on the tool bar and it loaded like that above. Did you use This method of posting pictures? I just did and it worked fine.
IAMICHABOD 06/08/19 10:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: "303" Survey

Tires of course as others have said,also on my vinyl striping.My mirror housings and most black plastic on the cab area,they all look like new even at its age. Inside, the dash and door panels,rubber mat on cab floor and the step housing. Just about everything plastic or rubber. Also the Black trim around my bumper and grill area,all plastic lenses on lights. https://i.imgur.com/OGF5mMJl.jpg height=200 Huumm the toilet? that may be another use I did not think of...may be worth a try.
IAMICHABOD 06/08/19 01:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting rid of campfire smoke odor

Thanks for the replies... are these “permanent” fixes or something I would need to repeat on occasion? ...I guess what I’m really asking is: Did I taint my trailer for good?!? After using my Ozone Generator for 4-8 hours it stayed clean and clear of odors,until It happened again :S then I did the same thing and again clean and odor free....still that way after 5 years. Now I know how to clean it up if it happens again.
IAMICHABOD 06/08/19 09:50am Beginning RVing
RE: Getting rid of campfire smoke odor

I have used my Ozone Generator to remove smoke smell in the RV,They can be rented in your area most likely.
IAMICHABOD 06/08/19 08:21am Beginning RVing
RE: Leveling blocks

I tried the Lego type blocks but found that they broke to easy and were a pain to setup when you don't get it right the first time and had to drive off,re-stack, and make them higher,to labor intensive. I found that The Tri leveler work very well and a lot cheaper that the Lego Type Blocks.
IAMICHABOD 06/07/19 04:43pm Travel Trailers
RE: Online shopping for parts and supplies

Depending on what I need I always look at Amazon then Pacific RV Parts Also RV Upgrades then PPL Then Compare prices and shipping costs. There are a few others but I have found that these seem to be the best.
IAMICHABOD 06/07/19 02:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: C or Super C with garage and no slide

They are out there,I was parked next to one just a few months ago. Like This one. It was a 2007 and they told me that they looked for a long time,almost 2 years, to find it,she said that it seemed that after 2008 they all came with slideouts,which they did not want. Good luck in your search.
IAMICHABOD 06/06/19 10:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Safe Access for Cleaning Windsield

Mr navegator,that sounds like an even better one,I have looked high and low for such a step,can you provide a link to that one,Thanks
IAMICHABOD 06/06/19 01:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Safe Access for Cleaning Windsield

I typed "folding hanging tire step" and I looked in Amazon, they have several models, there is one with two steps that is worth the investment, these were not available when I bought mine. navegator Kinda like what I postedJust above your post
IAMICHABOD 06/06/19 12:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Safe Access for Cleaning Windsield

Hey Gary good to hear you are recovering and are getting back into RVing again. As you know I have the same RV and I have found that with age and so on it was getting harder to get to that windshield,so I got One Of These It works out great,adjustable and it fits easily over the front tires.
IAMICHABOD 06/06/19 10:11am Class C Motorhomes
RE: User Name still hasn't been fixed

Sooo now we can have 2 user names and post with both? :?
IAMICHABOD 06/06/19 10:00am Forum Posting Help and Support
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