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RE: Propane winterizing

There is nothing stopping small bugs from crawling in through the hole at the connection to the tank when the tank isn't installed. I would rather not have a plugged up propane system. Then hook it back up to the tank like most folks have already said
austinjenna 11/05/19 04:45am Tech Issues
RE: Black friday sales are a startin

To me their BF ad looks like any other ad from them
austinjenna 10/23/19 04:51am General RVing Issues
RE: What air compressor do you carry?

I have had a truck air portable one and it has worked well for me. I believe it goes up to 120psi
austinjenna 10/21/19 04:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Cell Signal Booster

All of the ones I have read reviews on that have an internal and external antenna say that they needed to be very close to the internal antenna as in inches away for it to work. I would like one that amplifies it enough to be outside the rv
austinjenna 10/14/19 04:26am Tech Issues
RE: How to add bleach to fresh water tank

I,ve drained my hose ,poured the bleach into the house then hooked to my fill. just be caeful. you only need a cup of bleach I do the same thing, just pour it in your hose and be done with it - simple and nothing else to buy
austinjenna 10/08/19 04:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Newer RVs....ugh

Well, you know what they say: "73% of statistics are made up on the spot". Sorry but that is only 68% true
austinjenna 09/23/19 04:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Black Tank flush with valve closed

Yes, and I also do it to help flush out solids, set a timer on my smart phone for no more than 5 minutes. I do the same thing
austinjenna 09/19/19 11:24am Tech Issues
RE: WiFi, and Cell Phone boosters and Internet antennas

Remember when we went RVing to get away from it all? Back in those days there was nothing to get away from. Just tv with an antenna on it I guess.
austinjenna 09/12/19 04:29am Technology Corner
RE: Parking Light with Jumper

Unfortunately his was not a 15W bulb. I still think there is no reason to keep a light on all night. If you have a dog and let it out during the night you turn the light on and then off when done.
austinjenna 09/03/19 04:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Surge power protector- hard wire or portable?

I have the portable version and have had no problems with it. I dont keep it chained down or anything, it has been in bad weather without an issue. No issue for me plugging it in as I need to hook up the cord either to the pedestal or the protector and literally takes 5 extra seconds to do.
austinjenna 09/02/19 05:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Which dash cam to buy??

Just went to Amazon and read the negative reviews about Rexing...because that’s all there is! Perhaps I’m cautious because I sure am disappointed with the Garmin I bought last winter. It makes lots of mistakes. Not sure what you are looking at but when I go to Amz and look at my model it shows reviews from over 7k folks 5 star - 65% 4 star - 21% 3 star - 4$ 2 star - 3% 1 star - 7%
austinjenna 08/30/19 05:13am Technology Corner
RE: Those with auto leveling systems

I dont have the leveling system but I am sure the next one will. So do you guys put the between tires chocks in? or do you just use chocks on the ground in front and rear of the tires. I was just thinking of my normal routine, chocks between the tires and then in front and read of the tires. Just wondering what happens if the leveling system raises the tires off the ground and what happens when you want to hook back up how you do it.
austinjenna 08/30/19 05:04am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Parking Light with Jumper

This last camping trip the guy across from me had to bring out his homemade pvc light pole and plug it in to light up everyone's area. I dont get it
austinjenna 08/30/19 04:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Steps recommendations

Yes they are very stable and do not wobble. My 5th wheels factory steps were only three steps the Glo Steps are four. The rise is not as high as the factory step and is somewhat adjustable as well. They also can be set to accommodate uneven ground. They can be deployed in tight spaces like a storage yard. They also stay outside the RV where they belong and not folded up into the RV. I got them because I suffered several strokes and have weakness and balance issues. I felt very nervous going up and down the factory steps. With the Glo Steps I do not have such a fear of falling. We had a 15 year old Cocker Spaniel. He couldn't go up or down the factory steps but he handled the Glo Steps just fine. I have nothing but praise for these steps because they truly did make a difference for me. Thanks for the explanation. I could not have the solid unit that folds up into the rv as mine is in a storage lot and there is not enough room for that. I also dont like the fact if you fold them up wet or dirty that all goes into the rv. Sounds like folks have nothing but good to say on the glo steps.
austinjenna 08/26/19 02:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Steps recommendations

Is the reason folks get the new steps like the Glo steps is because they make contact with the ground and are less wobbly? For the ones that came with my diver I put the leveling blocks under the steps but just to take the wobble out of the fiver when going up or down them. I was just curious as to the reason why folks change. I have seen them and they do look nice.
austinjenna 08/26/19 05:01am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Which dash cam to buy??

I have the Rexing V1 and like it.
austinjenna 08/07/19 05:00am Technology Corner
RE: proper hook up procedure?

Harbor Freight makes big rubber chocks that are the same as the more expensive ones. I took a small level and glued it to a small magnet I had and keep that in the side compartment where the propane is and stuck to the frame. After I unhitch and pull the truck away I open the compartment and turn the whole magnet and level it until its level, or just about - thats where I know I need to be when raising the front legs to hook back up. Its cheap and simple and takes the guess work out of it. Then I just go about and do my normal front to back routine etc... Also I use chocks as everyone else has mentioned.
austinjenna 08/05/19 01:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hitch choice

For me I went with an air ride hitch by Trailersaver the BD3 model. I don't think I would ever go back to a solid hitch after owning this one for a while. Previously I had a Reese which worked fine but then upgraded later on and dont regret it.
austinjenna 08/02/19 05:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Traveling with a Residential Fridge?

A residential fridge is a huge cost savings for the manufacturer. Think about it. No LP lines to run to it. No 12V power needed. So no 12V lines to run to it. They now need to add an inverter which probably costs more than just some black pipe and wire.
austinjenna 07/28/19 05:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Dumping Tanks in an Empty Full Service Site

At Ohio State parks its the same price, full hook up or electric only. This is so not true. The cost of a FHU is always more. Rates
austinjenna 07/25/19 05:24am General RVing Issues
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