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RE: Water Hookup Order

Spigot, wye, filter, regulator, 10’ hose camper. I use the second side of the wye to rinse off my dusty and maybe sweaty mountain bike helmet, gloves and knee pads when I get back from a ride. I like the regulator downstream of the filter, as I feel that I get better flow through the filter when it is on the high pressure side. I also carry a long hose, but have only needed it once in the last eight years...
Kevinwa 03/18/21 06:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice on RV "carport"

The one thing I love about my pole shed I park my travel trailer in is to have enough room under the cover to fully unroll the awning for a few days and let it dry out after use. I think that takes about 20’ of width, which you might not have. If there isn’t enough width for the awning I think 12’ would be a nice width...
Kevinwa 09/14/20 07:12pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What do you guys use for a BBQ?

We actually just switched to a blackstone griddle. Looked for a few years for a new grill that fit in the hatch we had and nothing did. Then discovered the blackstone and it fit! Definatly a different cooking style then a grill, but it has lots of heat output. Steaks on the blackstone are amazing, sure gives a great sear!
Kevinwa 09/07/20 05:04pm Truck Campers
RE: Learning curve going from 5th wheel to TT

There are other more moderately priced WD hitches that also do a great job. I have the Reese SC and love it. Basically anything with built in sway control is night and day better then an old school chain WD hitch that you start adding sway bars to.
Kevinwa 08/06/20 08:11pm Towing
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