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RE: Spendy used tow vehicle

I like this Fummins Excursion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxMA3d585Ro
crcr 10/07/20 05:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Need Help Understanding AC Vent Cover!

OK, got it. Obviously my grille was installed 180 degrees off, so I will correct that. Thanks so much to both of you who responded, and so promptly! Much appreciated! Re the size of the pic -- yes, I know it was much too large. RV.net doesn't have a preview option before you host, so sometimes you don't realize the problem until you have already posted. The free hosting site that I used to use, wouldn't work anymore for some reason, and I had problems with every other image hosting site that I tried, and I tried a fair number. Any suggestions for a good free image hosting site that doesn't require sign up would be much appreciated! Thanks again, All!
crcr 10/01/20 11:56am Tech Issues
Need Help Understanding AC Vent Cover!

https://img.techpowerup.org/201001/rv-ac-vent-cover.jpg width=800 I was tightening screws and reattaching my main TT AC vent cover, and have some questions. Besides this large main vent, this unit does have five small round vents throughout the 28 ft TT Below is an image of the inside of the vent cover. The top black section (a thin washable filter) covers the cold AC supply to the room. The bottom section of the vent cover, covers the return air portion of the unit in the ceiling. However, as you can see in the pic, there is a piece of galvanized sheet metal covering that area, plus a rubber gasket under that sheet metal, the same size as the sheet metal. I am the second owner of this TT, but the piece of sheet metal and the rubber underneath it, very much seem to be factory and not something that the first owner added. Without the cover on, both the air supply and the air return move a pretty good volume of air. With the vent cover on, due to the configuration of the vent cover, I don't get near as much air movement as without the cover on. Questions: Why does that galvanized tin plus full size rubber gasket cover the return side? What is the purpose of it? In the pic you can see the slot vents along the perimeter of the vent cover. It would appear that they are for the return air, since they surround that side. Is that correct? And should they be open or closed? Opening them seems to perhaps increase the air flow a little bit.
crcr 10/01/20 11:38am Tech Issues
RE: About to buy Rebuilt TT (previous salvage) Please help!

Run, don't walk away. If you don't, later you will wish you did.
crcr 08/30/20 01:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Replacing Power Awning Fabric

A friend helped me and we changed the fabric on a 19 ft power awning on our travel trailer. It was pretty straightforward. With power awning, no spring mechanism to deal with, so I would say they are easier to do than non-power awning.
crcr 08/07/20 06:12pm Tech Issues
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