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RE: rt 81

I was asking about the I 81 from penn to ten? Thanks Will you be coming form Newark N.J. or Newark De? That can make a difference on where you pick up 81. We are from De. and last weekend we took this route but picked up 81 in Va. there ae different ways to go and sometimes better to avoid traffic.
dblr 11/21/19 04:49am Roads and Routes
RE: rt 81

I just drove that route last weekend and no issues with bridges, now remember all interstates should not have bridges under 14' and if so the will be marked. Our rig is 13'5" and have yet to have any issues on the interstates, now back roads and even state highways that's another story
dblr 11/20/19 05:07am Roads and Routes
RE: Pigion Forge TN

We just stayed in River Edge but in a cabin, nice place and even nicer people, any site would fit you but the ones near the stream are close to the road so noisy. The trolley also stops there as well.
dblr 11/20/19 05:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Paint job done

Very nice congradulations
dblr 11/10/19 05:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Just curious?

We have a 2017 River Stone Legacy purchased in summer of 29016 and have spent every summer since in it traveling, so far the things that went wrong are wheel for the spare tire replaced due to a recall, bedroom slide ram replaced by Lippert for a leaking seal, keyless door lock replaced by RV Lock due to the key side becoming hard to use, also a awning motor under warranty. One more thing the manufacture upgraded our tankless water heater from the Girard to the Truma for us as a bonus at a rally because they switched brands and so many folks seemed to have trouble with the Girard, and believe me we were not going to argue. We have been very pleased with our camper and how it is holding up, they do take longer to build them, around 2 weeks then another 2 weeks to paint, if we were to look again they would be first inline.
dblr 11/10/19 04:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Filling Propane While Traveling

Tractor Supply if one nearby plus they charge by the gallon so only pay for what you are getting and they usually seem to be the lowest price around.
dblr 11/07/19 04:46am Travel Trailers
RE: heater mats under tanks

They work very much like a water bed heater and work off of a thermostat, we were told even if ours are turned on unless the temperature drops to around 40 the tank heater will not come on
dblr 10/22/19 05:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 190 lb mastiff rescued from trail

Friends got a Mastiff and were basically told don't walk him further then your willing to carry, when there done they are done they will just lay down, theirs weighed in at 225lbs
dblr 10/16/19 05:37am RV Pet Stop
RE: Help selecting East Coast location with lots of variables...

I would second the Knoebels suggestion but more towards their Lake Glory campground, they have full hook up sites for you and also have cambins, plus I believe they allow around 10 people per site. The cabins I think are rustic meaning a place to sleep and electric but the bath house is close.
dblr 10/11/19 05:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What Size RV is Right for Full-Timing

We have a 42' 5th wheel towed by a Kenworth full size road tractor and I have never had a issue getting in anywhere, now we do check areas out for future visits sometime and only once were we told a campground could not fit us but there were 2 other campgrounds there that could. Sometimes we have to park the truck elsewhere and only have the Smart at the camper but that's fine with us.
dblr 09/28/19 04:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Purchasing Motor HOme from Campers Inn

What are you looking at? I am sure someone will know another dealer hopfully close to you that carries the same line
dblr 09/26/19 05:25am General RVing Issues
RE: New gadget

We looked into this as well but decided to add the 2nd awning on our dinette slide when we ordered our new unit, not nearly as cheap as this is but works for us plus shades the window of our unit. I do like the idea and glad it works for you.
dblr 09/22/19 05:25am RV Lifestyle
RE: Back after a rough year with some good news about Lippert

Lippert also came to our house on our last unit when the less then one year old springs started to flatten out, replaced all 4 in our driveway. Yes they get a lot of bad presss but nice to see a post when they fix their issues
dblr 09/22/19 05:21am Toy Haulers
RE: Some Photos of Class C's from a show yesterday

Thanks, makes me want to come and visit there in a rv, come on big lottery winning!!!!!
dblr 09/21/19 05:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: New Models seen at a Caravan show Yesterday

Thanks for the pictures, I always enjoy seeing the different rigs offerd besides what we have here in the states
dblr 09/21/19 05:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Back to Angel Fire... again

WOW!!! My son lives in Taos, what a beautiful area, I sometimes will go out and spend the winter skiing with him. Enjoy!!!!
dblr 09/15/19 04:52am General RVing Issues
RE: shopping for new fifth wheel

We had a Cedar Creek and really liked it, was it problem free...no, but we had great factory and dealer support. We have now upgraded to a River Stone Legacy also made by Forest River, not sure what floor plans your looking at but you might want to also look at the River Stone line. Good luck on your search.
dblr 09/11/19 03:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hershey Pa rv show

As most have already said it is probably the best show to go to if you want to compare makes and models as you can see almost everything there and with any luck remember where you saw them, it is a BIG show. Most manufactures will bring their latest and greatest to show and some might bring new floorplans they are just getting ready to release. If going on Sat be ready for crowds, long lines to park and also someone already mentioned they search your bags and you even go thru a metal detector and that is right when you walk into the show.
dblr 08/19/19 05:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Golf Carts

We have been there twice and yes they are golf cart crazy, Fort Wilderness is another place like that but at least there you can bring your own plus you can rent from a couple of outside vendors for a lower cost but YOU have to bring them into the campground. Enjoy the Theme park it is a nice place
dblr 07/28/19 04:49am Family Camping
RE: Baltimore Tunnel

Just stay on the New Jersey Turnpike it will take you to the De. Memorial Bridge then just follow signs to 95 then Rt.1 Height is fine big trucks use the tunnel which they are all usually 13'6" just remeber you have to turn off your propane to go thru the tunnel
dblr 07/15/19 04:20am Roads and Routes
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