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RE: Lucky boy I iz

That's a wonderful drive. Enjoy the trip!
ScottG 09/19/18 10:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Schwintec Slide Controllers

THey can be anywhere. Mine is under the bed.
ScottG 09/19/18 10:00am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Replacing front cap decals alternative

Had my cap painted with epoxy paint. $800, it looks great and never worry about it again.
ScottG 09/19/18 08:51am Tech Issues
RE: Norcold N8LX Hi DC Fault Error With Power Converter on

If you have a very old converter then this is indeed possible. If so then it's time to upgrade it. The old fridge wouldn't care about ripple.
ScottG 09/18/18 07:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cheap Refrigerator question

It's usually the flashy electronic display panels that fail on appliances. Avoid if possible.
ScottG 09/18/18 02:05pm Tech Issues
RE: so...how much a problem are the right side toilets ?

Never heard anything like that.
ScottG 09/17/18 08:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: grey tank

They're all wacky, I never even look at it.
ScottG 09/17/18 07:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: For gen techs

No, it makes no difference to the gen.
ScottG 09/17/18 07:57am Tech Issues
RE: Another Black Tank Thread - photos tell the story

I read stories about pyramids and other blockages here every week. 30 seconds of my time to flush the tank is cheap ins.
ScottG 09/16/18 09:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: What manufacturers offer white cabinets?

I've seen a few units at RV shows. I didn't like them myself.
ScottG 09/16/18 07:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Another Black Tank Thread - photos tell the story

I'm not storing drinking water in my black tank. I don't care how clean it is. I empty it, Chase it with 5 gallons of water down the commode, good to go. Simple and quick. The point is not to sanitize it. The point is to get the bulky stuff out so it doesn't take up volume, slow flow and ultimately create a blockage. And our method is faster and more effective than getting 5 gallons of water and dumping it down the toilet. I never enter the rv when at a dump station but now I know why the folks that do take so long to dump. I thought you were making a sammich in there! :B
ScottG 09/16/18 07:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: Another Black Tank Thread - photos tell the story

Ahhh poo i was hopping for another one of his idiot pics from a dump station :S Last summer I was dumping at one of our rest-stop dumps when all of the sudden I smell a horrific funk. I look under the RV's and see a guy two lanes over with the valve open and sewage spilling all over his bare hands. I about puked. Trust me, you didn't want a vieo of that one! :B
ScottG 09/16/18 07:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for advice on 19 F350 options

Have you considered moving up to an F450?
ScottG 09/16/18 05:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Another Black Tank Thread - photos tell the story

Ah man, your killing me! I thought the 3rd valve thing was my idea. ;) https://i.imgur.com/I5rWM59.jpg?1 I use mine exactly how your wrote; backflush black (50 gal) with grey (60 gal). Last weekend I did a little experiment. I dumped the black and used the on-board flush thingy to rinse my tank for probably 10 minutes. Then I used the grey tank to back flush the black tank. I was amazed at how much more "stuff" and toilet paper came out. I even went in and asked the family if they were using it - they weren't. After flushing it once with the grey and dumping the black, I used the remainder of the grey (probably 15~20 gallons) and flushed the black a final time. I got a little more out of it. So the 3 valve system works better than tank flushers or anything else IMO. It seems that sudden backwards in-rush of gallons of fluid really churns things up n there. One of the best parts is you can do this at a dump station and it only takes 30~60 seconds. Scott
ScottG 09/16/18 05:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for advice on 19 F350 options

So the manual transfer case is still an option? I would sure get it again if possible. Everytime it snows around here, seem like at least one person I know will suddenly find their electronic XFER case wont budge.
ScottG 09/16/18 05:26pm Truck Campers
RE: RV Kitchen Cabinet Toe Kick

I've done a lot of cabinet surgery on resi kitchen cabinets and looking at the RV side, it doesn't llok like a difficult job - depending on the impediments. Worst part would be matching finishes depnding on what they are. Oak would be a piece of cake..
ScottG 09/16/18 05:19pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: RV Covers in snowy areas.

I park my TT under a carport. Easy in and out. I do put a tarp on the end of the carport to cut down on blowing snow. Me too but not everyone wants to spend the thousands on one.
ScottG 09/16/18 04:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Back Up Draw Bars

When metal was so valuable a few years ago, I was more afraid of some crack-head stealing it than anything else.
ScottG 09/16/18 04:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV Covers in snowy areas.

13 years of use and even after wind storms, mine never left a single mark.
ScottG 09/16/18 04:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2 sway bars on a pull behind trailer

Based on my non techincal assessment of the Equal-i-zer vs Reese dual cam I can see one actual real difference and that is the Equal-i-zer produces an even "friction force" for all 'YAW ANGLES" where as the Reese Dual Cam "friction force" is larger the greater the "YAW ANGLE". Not sure if there is much advantage of one over the other except it seems that the Dual Cam would allow a trailer to "wiggle" slightly back and forth off the center line position since the friction force would be less for these very small "YAW ANGLES" than the Equal-i-zer which would have a larger "fricton force" for very small "YAW ANGLES". Also, it seems from all the posts by users of the Dual Cam is that it needs to be adjusted much more accurately to ensure the bar notches are on the cams correctly than the Equal-i-zer which doesn't have that concern. Larry There's no evidence that the initial restriction of either is stronger than the other. In my own experience, the DC has worked much better than Equalizer and I don't believe it allows "wiggle". It also doesn't make the strange noises that he friction part started making after getting wet a few times. The DC does indeed need to be adjusted correctly. This part took my perhaps another 30 minutes and then a couple of checks on the road. Worth it IMHO. YMMV. Scott
ScottG 09/16/18 04:01pm Travel Trailers
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