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RE: Camp Margaritaville

You can read more here; https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/margaritaville-rv-resort-coming-to-east-tennessee/ar-BB1d0HSs?ocid=uxbndlbing
cliffy49 01/23/21 07:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: GMC/Silverado 2500 Gas

If you look hard enough you will find it. https://i.imgur.com/ncDdLOWl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/G07fhHIl.jpg Found a 2021 Silverado Custom 2500HD and brought it home.
cliffy49 01/07/21 04:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GMC/Silverado 2500 Gas

Well it seems that my purchase of a 2500 may be more difficult than I would have thought.Every time I find one that fits my budget and that I like, it gets sold before I can ever get a chance to look at it. Between a short supply and increased demand and cost this may be tricky.
cliffy49 01/01/21 10:11am Tow Vehicles
GMC/Silverado 2500 Gas

I am wondering if anyone has towed with either of the 2020/21 subject trucks and what are your thoughts. Tell me your thoughts on the ride, power and amenities. Let me know what and where you have pulled so that I can get a good idea of what the vehicle can do. I am not concerned with the diesel evan though it is a very good tow vehicle just not for me. I pull a 4900 lb. gvr toy hauler and have no intention of getting a bigger rig. Evan if i did,I would not go over 9000 lbs. Any and all comments are appreciated.
cliffy49 12/29/20 01:56pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Problems unique to Toy Haulers

The only thing I can think of is that a toy hauler will usually have a heavy tongue weight as comapred to a normal trailer. This is for the weight of the toy you nay have in it. My Catalina has a dry tongue weight of 957 lbs. but has come down to 825 with my harley loaded.
cliffy49 10/12/20 02:19pm Beginning RVing
RE: 6 Volt Interstate batteries

I was considering the Costco/Interstate GC2 6volt battery. After reading the reviews on the Costco web site I will either join Sams Club or look into the Trojan T605 as we have two retailers within 15 miles of hoome. Sams sells a well rated 6volt battery, you may want to look into that if there is one close by. Duracell Golf Car Battery - Group Size GC2 sells for $89.88. The only possible drawback is you have to be a member.
cliffy49 09/29/20 12:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Toy hauler pop up campers?

Here is what I found with a quick google search; https://rvblogger.com/blog/pop-up-camper-toy-hauler-2/
cliffy49 08/09/20 12:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: Costco batteries

I want to thank everyone for their help in this matter. I think I will pay the 10% upcharge and purchase batteries from Sams Club. Probably the same batteries as Costco just different name...go trojan 105 like suggested and done for yrs. It is really difficult to justify the T-105s at $150+ core charge if boondocking is not something we are comfortable with. I realize that they are probably the top choice but since we have never tried boondocking before I simply can not afford to spend that kind of money on batteries.
cliffy49 07/08/20 07:15am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Costco batteries

I want to thank everyone for their help in this matter. I think I will pay the 10% upcharge and purchase batteries from Sams Club.
cliffy49 07/07/20 08:03am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Snow Birds ??

I have finally talked wife into spending at least a couple of months in Arizona this winter. About the time I finished making my route, choosing places to stay and when we were going to get there, the southern states I had chosen started to spike. Since wife and I are both in the "at risk" portion of society we are going to possibly put the plans on hold. I may just continue to make all the needed reservations since most of them are able to be cancelled without penalty. We were planning on Az. this winter since we have family and close friends in the area. Cant real see driving all that way just to sit in a campground for wo or three months. Guess we will just have to wait and see what Sept/Oct brings as far as finalizing our plans.
cliffy49 07/02/20 11:40am Snowbirds
Costco batteries

Just wondering if anyone has purchased the Costco GC@ 6 volt batteries in the last 18-24 months. I am thinking about converting my single Marine/RV battery to 2 6 volt deep cycle batteries. Since Costco is about a mile and a half from the house they were my first choice. After reading the reviews for the Interstate GC2 I am not sure. All the reviews I have read on the Costco site are very bad if not down right horrible. I realize that most reviews seem to be written by some one that has had a bad experience with the product, that is why I am asking for any new users or purchasers to give me some insight on there experience. Thanks in advance for all the help.
cliffy49 06/30/20 01:38pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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