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RE: SUV for Towing

lots of choices. I know first hand the grand Cherokee can pull well as can the explorer and sorento. Im sure there are others. Pay attention to payload and frontal area restrictions and make sure you have a proper hitch/anti sway setup. Whats in the vehicle when you go? as someone who owns a newish explorer and f150 I would never buy the explorer for myself. the f150 was cheaper and is better at about everything (including fuel mileage) Only downfall is it doesn't have the 7th seatbelt that ive used once in the last 2 years.
Jebby14 08/19/19 03:39am Beginning RVing
RE: Hope you travel alone?!!!!

that's rate about half of my f150. I like my tuck. sure I would have liked a 3/4 ton diesel but my wife and wallet both teamed up on me and said no. I love my truck. Took me about 5 seconds when I started research to settle on ford IMO Ford > Gm > Ram
Jebby14 08/17/19 07:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Harbor Freight solar working great!!

my new Coleman 100W cheapie is all wired up and tested good. labor day is a dry weekend for us to prove it out. I enjoyed reading this.
Jebby14 08/17/19 06:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Is this RV to long in the back to launch 24’ boat.

not sure how the rear end being farther back than the wheels has anything to do with dunking? the hitch will be proud of the rear end regardless. the problem I see is with the potential to high center if the wheel spacing is too far or the ramp too steep. either way this would suck. a lot. could likely work on most ramps though not all. by the same definitions there are some ramps that don't work with a lot of vehicles including off the lot pickup trucks. pick your ramp and have fun.
Jebby14 08/16/19 06:28am Beginning RVing
RE: Best fit for family of six?

5th option, find a house near family, live in it when you are around (fly or drive the Honda) rent it on airBnB when you are not there to recoup cost. An RV is a huge cost and requires constant maintenance. If you want to get into it for the sake of RV'ing then great. I love it. If you think this is a cheaper/easier way to visit family across the country. I promise its not.
Jebby14 08/15/19 07:08am Beginning RVing
RE: cat toys

^ how did you dispose of the neighbors body?
Jebby14 08/14/19 11:46am Around the Campfire
RE: Suggestions on single axle trailer and SUV tow vehicle

the expedition can make a great tow vehicle for a trailer <27 feet. Only reason I didn't get one instead of my f150 was the price tag. Lots of options with this vehicle. also means you don't need to drive a POS Chevy so that's a win.
Jebby14 08/14/19 03:45am Travel Trailers
RE: Suggestions on single axle trailer and SUV tow vehicle

where you planning to put everything? you are extremely limited on storage. I would plan out what is going to go where and make sure it fits. clothes, cooking equipment, food, toiletries being the main things inside. outside, chairs, jacks, hitch equipment, basic tools, any games or hobby equipment you may like, bug protection, additional shelter or ground coverings......
Jebby14 08/13/19 11:44am Travel Trailers
RE: New to RVing.....please help

Last question. What's a dog tail? Lol and thanks for the rest of the advice It is a little electrical cord 2' long that has a 50 amp connector on 1 end and 30amp on the other end. you can also buy a dog tail that is 30 amp on one end and 15 on the other end if you need to plug you trailer in when you have it home. 1st look to seek the size of your trailer/RV electrical cord. The 50 amp cord is bigger than the 30amp. If your trailer was has a 50amp, and you get into an RV park that only offers a 30 amp connection, then that is when you connect your dog tail. Just go to Amazon or Camping world to buy the dog tail. They are not real expensive. fixed it.
Jebby14 08/13/19 09:25am Travel Trailers
RE: When you need water and a waste dump . . .

I fill my fresh tank and dump black and gray at home. actually have to dump tanks tonight form this weekends adventure.
Jebby14 08/12/19 01:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Confessions of an RV Salesman

buyer beware. its common knowledge that a dealer is lying if his lips are moving......... remember though, your truck can pull anything on this lot.
Jebby14 08/12/19 01:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: need a trailer that is low to the ground

trailer in my sig has 1 step.
Jebby14 08/12/19 03:41am Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

Just got it home. Seems like this is the intent. Lets see how it does
Jebby14 08/10/19 10:35am Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

where did yall mount your controllers? Im leaning towards under the master bed in the nose where my water heater, fresh tank and pump are but always open to suggestions. Also thinking above the dinette on the shelf next to the tv (where my sterio is and all the dvd's that the kids never watch. this is my floor plan
Jebby14 08/10/19 04:10am Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

Any tips for mounting permanently should i keep them?
Jebby14 08/09/19 03:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

If they still have tomorrow im gunna give it a shot. Test trip labor day weekend amd if they suck ill return them
Jebby14 08/09/19 03:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

My dollar is only woth 60 cents Pay shipping amd duty and its more than double list price
Jebby14 08/09/19 02:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

clearly I have way more parasitic draw than you. I get about 3 days tops.
Jebby14 08/09/19 12:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

all we really run is the water pump for the toilet and hand washing and the controller on the fridge. I think im going to do it.
Jebby14 08/09/19 12:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: another solar option

ya figured as much but never hurts to ask. I have thick skin and the keyboard cowboys on here don't hurt me. lots of nice folks with more knowledge than me if you fish out the rotten ones. Thanks for your opinion. I tend to agree
Jebby14 08/09/19 11:45am Travel Trailers
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