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RE: Looking to buy, ALADIN?

If anyone knows of a sourse for an Aladdin joystick I would appreciate a hint on where to look. Thanks. dreamer.
dreamer 02/17/20 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2006 dynasty monacco

Try any CH 751 key, it may open your fuel door. Good luck. dreamer.
dreamer 02/06/20 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Our annual Quartzite trip and more...

We've been here since early November, the weather has turned great this year. I rode into Q yesterday and I have never seen so many people and traffic! It's going to be a bumper year in Q for RVers. dreamer.
dreamer 01/18/20 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Repairs and Upgrades

People learn by doing, and often doing comes out of necessity - either stranded or financially driven - or both and of course some just like to do it. I fall in the financial driver slot fueled by necessity. Now, if I ever came into a lot of money, like lotto money, rest assured I would simply pay people to work on my Prevost while I have lunch and a beer in the cabana. Some folks who have a lot of money still like to do their own stuff. Hats off to you. I think in my younger years I also felt that way. Now that I am older, I am fine using my credit card as a primary tool. But - and this is important - I still could if I needed to on most things. Some stuff is still better left to the experts. The issue is finding an expert. Ditto. dreamer.
dreamer 12/20/19 08:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield Shades

We've had our magnashade a couple of years and would recommend it. It's pricey but my son says you can't put a price tag on cool! lol dreamer.
dreamer 11/25/19 06:18am Class A Motorhomes
Original Wineguard Carryout dish - any value to it?

I have an original (I think) Wineguard Carryout dish that I haven't used since 2016. I think it was good for Directv and Dish at the time I purchased it. I used it for Directv. Does it have any use or value or should I toss it in the dumpster? Thanks. dreamer.
dreamer 11/20/19 10:16am Technology Corner
RE: A Camp-Away-from-Quartzsite-with-SxS Question

We are presently at an RV park which is around 15 miles east of Quartzsite. There are trails from most RV parks that connect to trails that will take you almost anywhere you want to ride. If we want to ride the trails to Q those 15 miles translate into a 45 minute trail ride, cool we think! If you are into boondocking there are great areas on BLM land in all directions. I know that the park we are in is full but I'm sure there are vacancies around. Good luck. dreamer.
dreamer 11/15/19 08:04am General RVing Issues
Battery disconnect on '16 Silverado 1500 4wd

I'm setting up a '16 Chevy Silverado 1500 4wd to tow behind our motorhome. One of the instructions in the owner's manual is to disconnect the negative battery cable at the battery. How is the best way to do this? The battery is in a difficult place to get to plus the negative battery terminal is recessed into the battery making a common battery disconnect switch almost impossible to use. Has anyone figured out a workaround to solve this problem? Thanks, Max.
dreamer 06/21/19 03:42pm Dinghy Towing
RE: How long have you been a member of RV net forum?

1/16/2002.
dreamer 05/14/19 07:58am Around the Campfire
Help me choose a pickup to tow (w/a side x side )

I currently tow a '09 Chevy Silverado half ton extended cab 4x4 with a 6 1/2 foot bed with and M and G braking system. I carry a side by side UTV in the bed of the pickup and want to continue doing that. I'm leaning toward a Chevy or GMC because of the M&G braking system may transfer easily but I am open to any brand. I want: A true 4 door. An 8 foot bed but must have a 6 1/2 foot bed. Must be easily set up for towing without modification. Thanks for any input. Max.
dreamer 05/12/19 06:47am Dinghy Towing
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