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RE: TV tire life

Generally speaking, tires should be replace every 5 - 7 years due to age, regardless of tread wear. I have the Michelin Defenders on our truck and I'm very happy with them. My only complaint is that the tread is a little more open that the OEM Cooper tires so they pick up gravel more on gravel surfaces (like in campgrounds, etc.). My BIL who is a veterinarian/farmer/RVer/truck rebuilder won't use anything but the Michelins on his truck, either. Rob
Second Chance 05/10/21 09:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: Do cellphone boosters work for RV camping with poor signal?

There's a lot of good information here: RVMobileInternet.com Rob
Second Chance 05/08/21 06:15am Technology Corner
RE: Help Ram 2500 6.4 gas vs diesel

A TT only has 10-15% of it's weight on the tongue, a 5er has 20-25% of its weight on the pin, so the same payload on the truck gets you a bigger TT than 5er. You've got too many plates spinning here....first figure out what size trailer you want and whether TT or 5er, then figure out if you need to upgrade the truck. You said the truck did fine with the TT you rented, if you buy one that's similar there's no need to upgrade the truck. If you decide that you like a 5er better, then decide which one you want to buy and from there you can decide SRW/DRW and gas/diesel based on the specs of the trailer. This^^. I wish I had stated it that clearly. Rob
Second Chance 05/03/21 09:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Help Ram 2500 6.4 gas vs diesel

Skip the 3/4-ton trucks if you're going diesel. The diesel drivetrain, though a joy to tow with, is heavy and really eats into the payload of a 3/4-ton truck. As suggested, go straight for a SRW 1-ton with the diesel if you do trade. Towing larger RVs - especially fifth wheels - it's all about payload. Rob
Second Chance 05/02/21 12:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: need 411 on Winegard Pathway X2 PA6002R Wally Receiver

We are full-timers and have used that combo for years. Great set-up. As stated, the Pathway X2 is the best of the automatic portables for Dish Network. Rob
Second Chance 04/28/21 06:58am Technology Corner
RE: Cost for truly unlimited data - Wifi/hotspot

Get the experts info at www.rvmobileinternet.com X2^^ Rob
Second Chance 04/24/21 07:05am Technology Corner
RE: El Paso, TX

RVParky.com I don't know how close you need to be to El Paso, but we spend a lot of time in Las Cruces, which is about 45 minutes north of ELP. Rob
Second Chance 04/23/21 09:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Solidtude 390RK

I can't answer your question specifically but we really like our new to us 2018 Solitude 310GK. Grand Design owners have a very active forum here: Grand Design Owners Forum You'll probably get more specific answers to your particular model there. We're on our Second Grand Design fifth wheel and will echo Ron's sentiments on our Solitude. Ron - time to change your signature?... Rob
Second Chance 04/20/21 07:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Significant impact on RVing!!

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Second Chance 04/16/21 08:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Adding washer and dryer to FW

What makes a washer or dryer "RV-specific?" They operate on 120VAC and will fit in the space you have. We have Whirlpool stackables (vented dryer) since our fiver has a dedicated W/D closet designed for that configuration (and it's on the opposite side from the heaviest slides). Rob
Second Chance 04/08/21 10:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Air lift to 5th wheel with Mor-Ryde

There are several different flavors of MORryde suspension. Are you talking about the independent suspension or the CRE3000 or SRE4000 equalizer systems? If independent suspension (which we have), I don't see any way of adding air bags to the trailing link suspension geometry. Rob
Second Chance 03/27/21 06:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Route 209 PA thru Delaware Water gap

We have pulled that route several times with a 36 ft. fifth wheel. All the signs and postings pertain to commercial vehicles. Our height was 13'2" and gross combined weight over 22K. No issues at all. It's a beautiful drive with good roads. There are several campgrounds within the recreational area, so people go there with their campers all the time. Rob
Second Chance 03/27/21 06:45am Roads and Routes
RE: Evacuation Insurance

We have FMCAssist through our FMCA membership: "FMCAssist is emergency medical evacuation and repatriation coverage available to members worldwide as long as you are more than 75 miles from home. If you are a full-time RVer, you are always considered 75 miles from home. FMCAssist services are also available to members when traveling abroad. Some exclusions and limitation amounts pertain to these benefits." Rob
Second Chance 03/19/21 09:11am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: How to Reply to an individual

I recently posted my first post on this forum. It was a question. I have received several replies - with several asking me specific questions. I see where I can reply to the thread in general - but how would I reply to an individual's question without having to do a private reply? I have nothing against replying privately but I think letting people see my responses will add to the discussion. Use the "Quote" function - as I have done here. Rob
Second Chance 03/19/21 09:05am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: RV Mattress

We have a Tuft & Needle in our fifth wheel, but it's a standard queen - not sure they make RV sizes. (We like it so much, we put one in the guest room at the kids for when we stay there, too). A lot of full-timers in the Escapees club have been happy with the RV mattresses from this business: Mattress Insider We're also firm believers in preventing moisture and mold and use this product under the mattress in the RV: Aire-Flow Hypervent Rob
Second Chance 03/18/21 07:57am General RVing Issues
RE: Best place to post

If you're a member of the Escapees forums, they have a For Sale section for Tow'ds, etc. Otherwise, I would go with Facebook Marketplace. We sold a Corolla there a few years ago and it went well. Rob
Second Chance 03/17/21 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wifi and Cell Phone Extenders

If you're talking about signal boosters for campground wi-fi, you would usually be boosting a signal with poor bandwidth. Save your money on that. Cell boosters are a different story and can be quite useful. You can research here: RVMobileInternet.com Rob
Second Chance 03/14/21 08:51am Technology Corner
RE: "Waxing" a fifth wheel camper

I have went to Wash Wax All , spray on wipe dry ,couldn't be easier , thats all I use now on the fifth wheel ,and our car ,and truck. Got away from Rejek, and all the rest. I get it from Amazon. X2^^ Rob
Second Chance 03/07/21 09:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Blocked Caller Question

It depends on what function or app you've used to block the caller and who your carrier is. With some, they hear nothing as they are immediately disconnected. In other situations, the call goes straight to your voicemail. Some apps send spam calls to lengthy, rather humorous recorded messages intended to waste the spammers time (usually apps you pay for). Rob
Second Chance 03/06/21 08:25am Technology Corner
RE: Any software devs, working from their RV?

Research here: RVMobileInternet.com They are the gurus. Rob
Second Chance 03/03/21 10:17am Full-time RVing
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