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RE: Power Cable Extension options ??

I think you bought the wrong cable, you need one like this: cord
Lynnmor 07/15/19 11:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Converter noise

I had a fan get noisy and replaced it with a ball bearing fan that cost a few cents more. Found it on Jameco.
Lynnmor 07/14/19 05:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: A poll: What does 2 blinks of the left signal mean to you?

Sheeple with ‘magnetic bumper syndrome’, even on a multi lane highway they slide right up the back of the car ahead and just sit there, far too close for highway speed. They won’t pass even with nothing in the left lane. Just drive along mesmerized by the back of the next car. You got that right. Makes driving so much easier, just take short glances away from the phone and let others determine speed and direction. About as close as you can get to self driving vehicles.
Lynnmor 07/14/19 03:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Weight Distributing Hitch BENT

Some hitches require the weight distribution bars to be removed while backing up at severe angles. It is usually suggested that friction sway bars be removed, never heard of that for the weight distribution bars. The people who sell them say it’s a good idea. E-Trailer Should Spring Bars Be Removed when Backing Up with a Weight Distribution System Question: Is there any issues with backing-up and making sharp cuts with weight distribution sway control RP66084 installed asked by: Don D Expert Reply: With any weight distribution system you will want to remove the spring bars every time you encounter any tight maneuvering situation. So if you were reversing your trailer and the trailer did not swing too far to one side or the other you should be fine, but I still would recommend you disconnect the bars under most normal reversing circumstances just to be safe. expert reply by: Jameson C Jameson C ASK THE EXPERTS A QUESTION >> The RP66084 is a dual cam type WDH, not a friction sway control. There is nothing in the manufacturers instructions about removing spring bars prior to backing up.
Lynnmor 07/14/19 02:00pm Towing
RE: Cracked Water Filter - Freeze?

I have had two of the blue inline filters crack some years ago, but none since. The cracks were not caused by freezing, just poor manufacturing. I toss the filters at the end of the season.
Lynnmor 07/14/19 01:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: A poll: What does 2 blinks of the left signal mean to you?

a slow moving vehicle is one which is proceeding at a rate of speed less than the normal flow of traffic at the particular time and place. Looks like the normal speed is what all you folks behind me are doing since we all are going the same speed. :p
Lynnmor 07/14/19 07:58am General RVing Issues
RE: 2017+ Powerstroke 6.7 Fuel Filter

the under hood filter is the same as on my 14, one of the eaisest fuel filters I have changed in a newer vehical. no special tools needed and very easy to get off. the only issue I have come up with is it hanging up in the bracket at times. Steve I believe that a 2014 has two fuel lines attached to the filter and the 2017 has three, with the added fuel line being the tiny fragile one.
Lynnmor 07/13/19 07:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Roof repair

If this is what you have, then remove the vinyl insert then the screws.
Lynnmor 07/13/19 11:46am Travel Trailers
RE: 2017+ Powerstroke 6.7 Fuel Filter

Having said that with a 172k miles and 7 years of ownership of my Super Duty it takes me ~15 minutes to change the fuel filters and I haven't broke a connector to date. They haven't made the 2017 models for 7 years. The problem appears to be the added third line with the tiny connection that you don't have.
Lynnmor 07/13/19 08:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: There's a reason to get rid of six-year-old tires.

If you hit a huge pothole that hard, all the tires that hit it took a beating, maybe the remaining tires are damaged as well.
Lynnmor 07/13/19 07:39am Fifth-Wheels
RE: I was flat out wrong about drones.

I recently read.. as I recall on a reliable source that the FAA is about to start regulating You will need a license to fly 'em limits on where you can fly 'em (Reduces the nuisance part) you will need to register your Aircraft (Tail number displayed just like an Airplane or 'Copter) and so on. Rules have been in place for a while, for information, see this.
Lynnmor 07/12/19 07:44pm Around the Campfire
RE: New style entry steps

has anybody considered having to make a quick emergency exit in case of fire etc. with the steps in/up? bumpy The steps would never be in/up if you are inside the trailer. Some trailers have two doors, like mine.
Lynnmor 07/12/19 07:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Awning not working- Controller or motor?

See if this motor might fit.
Lynnmor 07/12/19 01:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Floor bounce

Like these: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trailer-Jack-Stand-Pair-Set-Rv-Stands-Travel-Heavy-Duty-Adjustable-Combo-Kit-/153001350532 Six of those would be good. One placed near each useless power jack and one just in front of each front tire. Of course you could use six scissors jacks and sell the power jacks to some unsuspecting party on Craigslist.
Lynnmor 07/11/19 06:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jake vs Exhaust Brake

So what is this thing?
Lynnmor 07/10/19 07:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: Go 5 miles over in Indiana and foreit your vehicle

Don’t be so gullible Did you know that the word gullible isn't even in the dictionary...? I do know a troll when I read.
Lynnmor 07/09/19 05:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Any tips for installing a cover, without a roof ladder?

Many without a ladder can be walked on. If you use plywood panels with smooth edges that span at least three trusses, that would help. When I used a cover, I placed the whole mess in the center of the roof and tossed the cover ends in the direction they needed to go.
Lynnmor 07/09/19 03:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Toilet Shims

Is the toilet rocking on top of the floor surface, or is the floor itself flexing? Shims will only fix a poor fit to the floor surface, if the floor is weak, then it needs reinforced.
Lynnmor 07/09/19 06:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Issue with trailer brakes, need guidance

Did you pull each brake drum and inspect the burned magnets, wiring and brake shoes? Did you check the resistance of the magnets? Inspection
Lynnmor 07/08/19 07:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Water Leak, AC Leaking, and Bunk Breaking: Brand New

Welcome from another PA camper. Since it is an aluminum siding type of trailer, damage may not be as bad. Water in the walls of smooth side trailers can lead to delamination. My concern is that the trailer may have been in numerous rain events since it was built and leaks from that may have already caused damage or mold. Personally I would make a real effort to get my money back.
Lynnmor 07/08/19 07:08am Travel Trailers
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