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RE: admin

The mod in that forum needs to smoke it more. Maybe they would not be so up-tight all the time. :B
RedRollingRoadblock 07/04/19 03:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Car dolly's what to look for?

Self-steering axle, or swivel pan, surge brakes with a lockout pin as it makes it easier to back. Basket straps to tie down, or plastic coated cables to pass through the wheels. I added magnetic lights to the car for better visibility. Make sure it is wide enough to allow your car to fit. If I had to do over again I would have loved to have removable/tiltup ramps. Craigslist for a used one if you can but good ones go fast. When using straps if you stop the car about an inch short of the block, put on straps then tighten down they will pull car forward and never loosen.
RedRollingRoadblock 07/04/19 02:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling without a car

I just had some inspiration! We could plan our trip to go by a nearby RV repair place, pay someone $20 or so to help us hook up our toad, then be on our merry way. At our destination we can disconnect ourselves. When it's time to go, we can probably find someone (park employee or friendly camper) to help us connect again, give them a little spending money or some beer and then off we go! Wash and repeat! Do you think this will work? Maybe if you tell us why you have difficulty hooking up your toad someone may have an idea that works for you. The problem with finding an employee of the park would be the liability factor, there is just to many people that are sue happy if something goes wrong. The happy camper next door is likely going to do the job without thinking of the liability, but then some may have been burned before.
RedRollingRoadblock 06/29/19 09:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Frods V10 engine

Passes everything but a fuel station.
RedRollingRoadblock 06/16/19 08:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Did this ever happen to you?

Or someone took the ticket off of their car and put it on yours hoping you would pay it and not notice the info being incorrect.
RedRollingRoadblock 06/03/19 10:24pm Around the Campfire
RE: This is about as vintage as it can get

Very cool but I wonder how it handles turns with the two rear axles separated by 8-10ft. Like any other log trailer.
RedRollingRoadblock 06/03/19 10:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: PVC Pipe Solvent/Cement, How do you Prolong in storage ?

So and I'm the only one that has had the lid glue itself shut so tight I couldn't get it off? Only needed enough for two joints so I just punctured the bottom.
RedRollingRoadblock 06/02/19 10:13am Tech Issues
RE: What!

I found it interesting that the petition on Change.org was started by CW.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/21/19 11:35pm Around the Campfire
RE: Leveling and turning on your refrigerator?

Are you concerned about pre-cooling it before loading? Many times we have loaded up our few needed items and food, drove to the storage unit fired up the fridge, and took off. Never died from doing it. I never turned it off when driving except to fuel. Long threads about that but I just felt better turning it off. Got a residential one now, same thing but cooling is faster.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/21/19 01:49pm Beginning RVing
RE: Aluminum Wheels

Make sure your wheel studs are long enough to handle the added thicnkness of the alloy wheel.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/21/19 10:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Question about OTR semi-tractors....

Here is two articles that explain it far better than I can and the difference between the two locking diffs and a power divider lock. https://clinewood.com/2017/06/20/technical-highlight-differentials-differential-locks-work-commercial-trucks/ https://itstillruns.com/power-divider-semi-work-7604663.html The old worm drives pretty much had everything pulling at the same time.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/19/19 09:48pm Around the Campfire
RE: Bend, OR over to Lincoln City

Fastest will be Hwy 20 to 22 to 18. Or you can take Hwy 20 all way over to Newport and up, I will say if you are going at night I don't suggest that route. If you want to see some of the Oregon Coast I'd head to Eugene/Florence and up, but you'll add a hour or so to the trip. This way. Stop for overnight at Spirit Mt. Casino for decent food, we usually eat in the sports bar, and say hello to my wife's money. Good RV lot plenty security.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/16/19 10:13pm Beginning RVing
RE: Koni FSD where to get besides Shockwarehouse

The reviews from other forums are all over the place as far as service from Shockwharehouse. YMMV.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/14/19 03:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need suggestions....flooring!

Floor leveling compound is my first thought, you will need to feather it out and maybe sand it. Tent it off with plastic or spend the next year cleaning dust from the cracks a crevices. Sand it down with a belt sander, again feathering it out. Gonna be dusty. Tent off. Get some cheap stick down vinyl squares and use them to build up the low area. Floor leveling compound if not prefect.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/14/19 03:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: HOW YOUR IPhone could save your life.

You missed a couple of forums to post this to.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/14/19 03:30pm Beginning RVing
RE: Help with TPMS Readouts

I have had a problem EZZ also. it was interference with backup camera. Turned it off when driving and problem solved.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/14/19 03:20pm Tech Issues
RE: CA, OR Coast

Depending on where you want to go on the coast from Valley of the Rogue US 199 is ok, but the last 10 miles or get quite crocked and slow but totally doable. OR 42 is okay, OR 38 is good. OR 34, been years since I was on it it was a good logging road then, now I don't know. OR 126 is good US 20 is very good. OR 22/18 is good. US 26/OR6 is good. US 26 is very good. US 30 is very good. 101 the length of the coast has some windy spots a few tunnels and some narrow roadway in spots but nothing that will give you any problems. No need to crowed the center line on any of the tunnels or bridges. The only way you will hit the wall is if you jump the curb.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/12/19 11:01pm Roads and Routes
RE: CHF 2018 Thor, F53, Rear do I need Z brackets

Cheap Handling Fix Found on a competing RV website so you best do a search for it. Reference the above picture it is a DIY job moving the downlinks to the inter hole effectually shorting the sway bar to give better sway control.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/12/19 10:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: We are looking at combo washer dryer

We have the 2100XC also and like it. I wouldn't want to do extremely dirty work clothes in it, but have been pleasantly surprised on the stuff with medium/light soil. We have found that we take less clothes, depending on where we are going and when we will have hookups. It doubles for the dirty clothes hamper till we are ready to wash. We have found that if you wash only, then fluff the clothes after the finial spin they don't wrinkle as bad but generally just let it do its thing. When we bought our current rig, 2016 Bounder 34T, the DW was waling through and gave her blessing to the kitchen and bath, then opened the closet and saw the Splendie and exclaimed "Oh, I always wish for a washer/dryer." Never had mentioned it before. We are only out a few weeks at a time but wouldn't be without.
RedRollingRoadblock 05/12/19 10:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Cutitng Fiberglass

Run some painters tape then cut through it. I will help reduce the possibility of chipping. Got clearance? No frame or any thing in way?
RedRollingRoadblock 05/02/19 02:17pm General RVing Issues
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