I am very thankful I had the extended warranty, it replaced the water pump, the burned out converter, and just before it expired, replaced one of the slide gears, which required complete removal & re-install of the slide. ($1800)
Mine is outside the warranty period, every time the wind blew, it wore holes in it everywhere it touched something, awning & topper levers, storage compartment thumb latches, rear bumper, it just went to the land fill last week, going to put up a 20' X 40'X 12' metal car/rv port.
I live 7 doors down from the city mayor, so I use a .22 caliber air rifle. Mine is a Beeman R9. I have taken over 200 of the little buggers in the last 3 years, most recently one yesterday and one today. I tried the live trap/relocate for over a year before I gave up on it. Never got them out of the attic.
They WERE in my attic. My attic has now been vermin free for 2.5 years.
Squirrel Pot Pie
Squirrel and Dumplings
My favorite was the Dumplings.Yah but, according to "Cousin Eddie", they are high in cholesterol. :B
Most likely it is near the water inlet. Our Hybrid TT it was in a storage cabinet behind a false wall, next to the pump. This was a whole house filter, something like this. Because of its location it was a pain in the butt to replace.
Our current Motorhome came with a kitchen sink only water filter. We don't use it, instead opt for a whole house filter like this. They are cheap, seem to be efficient and are easy to replace. Wal-Mart sells them for about $17.
-MichaelYou may want a secondary filter with that, 100 micron is pretty large particles, mine filters to .5 micron, it is pretty expensive though.
64 is an Interstate highway, the part from I-81 east only has one major mountain, Mt Afton, speed limit is 70 mph (on most of it),as was said just start out slow 50-55, letting it climb to 60-65 won't hurt, then get on your brakes to bleed off the speed, the grade is not real long, with no extremely sharp curves.
After you do it, you'll find you were worrying about nothing.
I would check the wheel covers for movement.
As a side note: A common prank way back when was to put pebbles inside a friends wheel covers. Just one or two would reproduce the sound you describe. .I've had that, not as a prank, one stone in a hub cap will do it.
Anyone heard any more about the proposed law that would make it an offence to wagon-up park 12 feet from another RV dry camped on a boondocking permitted area of 3.7 square miles, unless said first RV was a previous part of an existing caravan known to the second RV ?Glad it's in Canada, because it sounds too confusing, (& ridiculous) for me, not that I want to boondock that close to someone I don't know. ??
And this is exactly why I choose to live where there are no HOA's, I keep mine in my driveway.
My property is MINE, and my neighbors is HIS.
Feel a little embarrassed but what is HOA's?You obviously live in the country too, HOA is Home Owners Association, where the rest of the people in your neighborhood get to tell you what you can & can't do on your own property.
My wife and I basically grew up in the town we live in. Once we married we decided to stay in the same town, that was 41 years ago. We have always had an RV but never keep it at our house unless we are working on it or loading unloading. A few years ago due to complaints about RVs parked in a neighborhood in another part of town with narrow streets, the city passed an ordinance restricting over sized vehicles from parking overnight on residential streets. This included RVs. In order to get a permit to park your RV on the street for up to 72 hours. You first must pay a fee to register your RV with the city, then pay a fee for each permit. You are only allowed a small number of permits each year.
In turn, the RV Storage Facilities in the area raised the rates for RVs because they now had a captive audience. Our fee has gone from $200 to $327 per month in the 3 years since the ordinance was passed. We were the first customer to sign up to store at this facility when it was built.
As longtime residents and customers, we feel cheated by the city and the storage facility.Wow $327 per month! My covered storage went up to $55 per month this year.And this is exactly why I choose to live where there are no HOA's, I keep mine in my driveway.
My property is MINE, and my neighbors is HIS.
After paying off the few bills we have, I order my new Class A, not a real Monster like a Newell or Prevost, just a 34ft. with full wall slides, & options too many to list here.
I don't see me buying a tropical island as one suggestion, as we're not ocean/Beach people, we would be heading to the mountains, like we do now.
Not buying my own plane as I can't fly it any ways & have no urge to learn.
I saw a suggestion of buying a condo? Why in the world would I want to buy one of those, it won't fit in my RV, I might buy a log cabin in the mountains.
Although I didn't see an actual figure mentioned, assuming it's like $170-$200 mil, why would I want to invest it in anything, even after Uncle gets his share, I could never spend the rest.
After trying to follow this thread, I had to stop, & Google Uber, to see what it is, as I've never heard of it. Guess that's what you get when you live in the country & only been in a taxi about 3 time in my life. ;)