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RE: Where is the photos

Well said, QCMan!
Splashers3 07/30/22 01:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New Sailuns.

Where were your new Sailuns made? China or Vietnam
Splashers3 04/26/22 05:31pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you always have to pay inside at Truck stops?

There are semi drivers that are worse than RVers at the truck stops....ask me how I know.....one that comes to mind: 2 truckers were BSing with their cells phones, when I asked them if the one blocking me could move up, he just looked at me, and continued BSing with the driver next to him....I had to back up and change lanes.
Splashers3 03/17/22 10:54am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hope this is OK for this forum - DEF question

X100 Lantley....the lack of a gauge or even a dipstick is the dumbest, cheapest thing......I think on the newer trucks, they now have a gauge. On the topic of DEF mpg.....I for the most part, only use my truck to haul my 5ver, I keep detailed records on a spreadsheet and I get about 450 MPG of DEF. Lastly, I asked my salesman where the DEF fill was....and I did tell him that was a stupid place to put it....he said how some folks not paying attention were adding DEF straight into the fuel tank (which I did read how that was happening early on).
Splashers3 02/16/22 04:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Hope this is OK for this forum - DEF question

My GMC has the DEF intake under the hood.....I don't even mess with the DEF Jug's spout. I take it off, use a flexable funnel (has a long tube). Wife holds funnel and I pour. Works great and she doesn't mind helping out. I do have to stand on a small stool, which we carry in the truck.....we also need to use the stool to reach lock/unlock our hitch.
Splashers3 02/15/22 05:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Sailun tires

Geez, my Cedar Creek Silverback got 9 years out of one set of Michelin XPS Ribs......enough said!
Splashers3 12/10/21 04:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Upgrade from 2500 to 3500 Question

I totally agree with SUMRX4's statement about never saying I wish I had more power with my Diesel.
Splashers3 11/09/21 02:44pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New Tires Lighten my Wallet

On my previous 5ver, my Michelin XPS Ribs lasted 9 years. I kept them covered and applied 303 protectant quite often. My current 5ver came with Westlake "G" rated tires, which get good reviews. The lower rated Westlakes not so much. I know alot of CC owners that have a lot of miles on their Westlakes and have no complaints. If the bad news continues on the Vietnam made Sailuns I will probably stick with Westlake "G"s.....mine are about 3.5 yrs old.
Splashers3 11/09/21 02:40pm Fifth-Wheels
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