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RE: New TT bargaining...

Power hitch jack Upgraded rims/tires Extended warranty
amxpress 08/07/20 07:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hughes 30 amp surge protector

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amxpress 08/05/20 10:06am Tech Issues
RE: Washing RV while traveling

Blue Beacon truck washes have experience with RV’s. I’ve used them number of times with no problem. https://bluebeacon.com/view-all-locations/
amxpress 08/05/20 10:01am RV Lifestyle
RE: Legitimate concern with ultralight flooring.

I had the same concern with my MIL. Luckily she can’t fit through the door of my new trailer and the steps can’t handle her bulk. I was Frank with her on my previous trailer and she agreed to not come in the 2 times she was at the CG. BTW, Frank is not my name.
amxpress 08/05/20 09:54am Travel Trailers
RE: Overnight stay off I 74 near Seagrove NC

There is a Yogi Bear Jellystone RV park near Asheboro that is fairly new and very clean.
amxpress 07/25/20 10:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Excessive Heat in Fifth Wheel

Open the closet in your bedroom. Remove the shoe storage box mounted on the wall, it's secured by screws. Take a look inside the area behind the closet which is your front cap. You might see a few strips of fiberglass insulation. If you install additional installation inside the front cap, you can make a huge difference in the temperature inside the bedroom and trailer. If you keep the shades closed that's about the best you're going to get. We had a Columbus 320RS and when staying in Boulder City in August, it got over 100 degrees outside. Both units were kicking out max but couldn't get inside down below the low 80's. We did have a small fan we moved around inside. When we arrived back home, I discovered the area behind the front cap barely had insulation! After getting insulation from Lowes and spray adhesive, I increased the insulation and it really helped, especially in the bedroom at night.
amxpress 07/24/20 04:29pm Fifth-Wheels
Need a new hitch

After 13 years towing a fiver, I've downsized and am purchasing a 4000# TT. I’ve traded for a 2012 Tacoma TRD 4X4 double cab long bed. 6000# towing package. Back before I had grey hair, I had a Jayco TT and used an Equal-i-zer 4 way hitch. It was noisy and sometimes it was a challenge to hook up/disconnect. I would imagine trailer hitches have evolved or improved these last 14 years. What hitch would y'all recommend today? Is a load leveling & WD hitch really necessary on a 22' 4000# trailer? It worked well on my Jayco TT. Thanks.
amxpress 06/18/20 07:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: A good problem! 5 people, 5 nights, in a 5er

I sent you a Private Message.
amxpress 04/29/20 08:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fantastic Fan motor comparison

The fan in my Columbus started making a terrible noise so I was sent a free replacement. It was 5 years old. I never got around to replacing it before selling the trailer. It’s yours for the shipping, if interested.
amxpress 04/23/20 12:45pm Tech Issues
RE: My perception on real gas

I don’t know how you measure your turbo not working as hard, but your engine running smoother is very possible. With today’s engine controls, timing will advance until the knock sensor(s) pick up a signal at which time ignition timing will stop advancing or re-tard the timing. Advancing the timing can produce more power and better performance. Using a higher octane fuel will allow the ignition timing to advance farther before the knock sensors start picking up a signal. Maybe that’s why your engine felt as though it was performing smoother.
amxpress 01/06/20 07:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: In the market for new trailer

Arctic Fox is the best quality on your list and has a very good reputation. It’s probably the most expensive, too. The models I’ve been in are impressive, at least in their craftsmanship. I understand your dealer service location dilemma, but I’d still go with the best built unit..
amxpress 12/24/19 06:11am Travel Trailers
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