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RE: PSA: Avoid AAA Transmission in Everett, WA

Wow, it's amazing a place like that stays alive.
ScottG 11/18/19 12:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Notify Moderator function

Thanks - If the work around is the "settings" thingy, mine has always been setup that way. I never get the message anytime but using the NM button.
ScottG 11/17/19 08:03pm Forum Posting Help and Support
Notify Moderator function

When ever I use the Notify Moderator button, I get a "We're sorry, an error has occured". My question is, does my notification still go through to the mods or is it lost? Sent a test notification with this post as a test. Scott
ScottG 11/17/19 07:46pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: 2019 Toyota RAV4 FWD

You aren't kidding, the owners manual is over 700 pages!!! Not sure if by FWD you mean 4WD or Front WD? FWIW, the same question was sent to eTrailer: Link for FWD. I would contact them regarding 4WD. OK, I'm really bored so I looked and finally found it on page 615!! Quote: 2WD models Be sure to transport the vehicle with the front wheels raised or with all four wheels raised off the ground. AWD models Be sure to transport the vehicle with all four wheels raised off the ground. If the vehicle is towed with the tires contacting the ground, the drivetrain or related parts may be damaged... Scott
ScottG 11/17/19 04:58pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Looking for Recommendations for a Replacement Water Pump

Even with modern restrictive fixtures, a pump that puts out more volume and pressure will make them function MUCH better than a smaller pump. By "better" I mean they will flow more water with better pressure. I have a very good pump (no longer abvail.) I've been moving from trailer to trailer that makes all the difference.
ScottG 11/17/19 04:41pm Tech Issues
RE: RV tires

To do the job. you would have to tow/haul the RV around for a number of miles and not just move it.
ScottG 11/17/19 04:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: National Sea Breeze bedroom slide gears

I googled "Von Weise 12V motor gear set" and got all kinds of hits. Might try that. Good luck! Scott
ScottG 11/16/19 07:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Time to hang up the keys...(consignment ?)

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ScottG 11/16/19 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Time to hang up the keys...(consignment ?)

I am sorry to hear that. We had a bad experience with consignment. It sold but the dealer tried to come up with some BS about a repair he had to have done and wanted to subtract that from the money he owed me. He went ballistic when I asked for a copy of the receipt. That's when I knew he was lying.
ScottG 11/16/19 01:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power awning if fabric tears

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ScottG 11/16/19 01:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Power awning if fabric tears

They're held in by the motor.
ScottG 11/16/19 10:54am Tech Issues
RE: Loud Water Pump

It's usually water lines that are up against hard walls and floors vibrating that makes most of the noise and not the pump itself. I would look for those spots first and use pipe insulation or foam to isolate them from hard surfaces.
ScottG 11/16/19 09:13am General RVing Issues
RE: Trailer brake controller wireing

Brake light is red and turn signal is orange so I think they are different. I have been unable to find a switch or wire near the brake pedal so far. Are you talking about the wires at the 7 pin conn? If so, that's wrong. The brake and the turn signal for each side are contained on the same wire. I have a idea he is talking about the lens over the lamp. Ah, that would explain things.
ScottG 11/15/19 03:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tongue jack maintenance

I had a Barker that called out lubing something. I ignored that, probably over loaded it and basically abused it for 13 years. Despite all that, it worked flawlessly.
ScottG 11/15/19 03:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: A Question Are you limited to life on pavement

As long as folks are content, what does any of that matter? I don't expect people to RV my way.
ScottG 11/15/19 03:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: do you do this

I used to do stuff like that but stopped a few years ago. Nothing bad has happened so far!
ScottG 11/15/19 03:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Half ton towable fifth wheel

We have a 5th wheels forum. First responder quoting the entire OP. I'm always puzzled by that. I think some folks do that because posters will suddenly delete their entire post for no apparent reason. This way it's etched in stone!
ScottG 11/15/19 03:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer brake controller wireing

Brake light is red and turn signal is orange so I think they are different. I have been unable to find a switch or wire near the brake pedal so far. Are you talking about the wires at the 7 pin conn? If so, that's wrong. The brake and the turn signal for each side are contained on the same wire.
ScottG 11/15/19 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trailer brake controller wireing

You can't use a brake light wire from the back unless you have seperate brake and turn lights - which is not available at the 7 pin connector. Otherwise you will get a pulsing in the electric brakes as the turn signals flash. (I actually saw one wired this way and the cust wondered what was wrong with the controller!)
ScottG 11/14/19 08:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rated engine power

" Every DYNO event I have been to the Stock Cummins nets about 85% of advertised HP. Sometimes a bit more. That's in part because the intercooler is out of the picture. They make a big difference! WHY is it out of the picture? Not much different than on the road with a big fan blowing at the front. I've only been to a few dyno events but none ever used a fan - do they sometimes? It would take a big one. Banks uses an elaborate setup of 40 HP worth of electric fans a bunch of ducting for dyno runs. Anything short of that isn't going to move enough air to make a difference IMHO. You are in Bothell? I have used 3 different Dynos in this area. I have always seen a fan used. I have been to about 25 dyno days. I can't imagine not using one. Come to Auburn and watch my Caprice get Dynoed after I install the cam and headers. Those fans make a difference. :C
ScottG 11/14/19 07:37pm Tow Vehicles
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