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RE: RV magazine

CW had a good thing going, now all the fluff and articles suck-goes in the trash same day as received. I guess it goes along with the new Democratic ways.
drmopar 01/29/21 04:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Magazine

why was my post deleted?
drmopar 01/05/21 05:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacement magazine

You will not get "Trailer Life" anymore. The new rag is "RV Magazine". You will be greatly disappointed in the new publication, as I was. Bring back "Trailer Life". The new rag is ****! Just fluff and no interest stories!...........thanks Marcus?
drmopar 01/04/21 12:58pm Good Sam Club
RE: Getting close to a TT

Husky Centerline is a good hitch. I have had no problems with mine.
drmopar 11/27/20 05:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Climbing steep grades...

If you want to tow, add separate coolers. My dealership had the CHP account with those older Mopars with the 440's. They had Trans coolers, Engine oil coolers, Power steering coolers and a Max cooling package. These would never overheat going up a grade at 120mph. In your case make sure to switch off the A/C when going uphill. You don't need the additional heat from the A/C condenser. Add a trans cooler and disconnect if part of the engine radiator is used for trans cooling. Worst case, I helped a guy with a overheat issue. The radiator was too small to handle the heat, so we used an old windshield washer tank and pump to direct water on the front of the radiator when getting hot, old school but it works.
drmopar 06/16/20 04:15pm Class C Motorhomes
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