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RE: Getting gas with long trailer?

I think it would be a lot less hassle if they passed a federal law requiring that awning heights be clearly verified and posted.
gtnsmlr 04/08/22 07:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Toilet Fills with Water Pump On

Over the years of full timing, I've replaced all the parts on mine a number of times. the water valve, if needed is a simple fix. I've noticed that the valve Is prone to leakage if the water pressure is low, give that a check. If you have access to the pedal side you can replace the valve parts without removing the toilet but for the first time pull the toilet, getting the peddle back on is a chore and best done o n the table with a beer. I actually like the style ll, you can rebuild all the moving parts in 15 minutes once you get it out.
gtnsmlr 02/08/22 01:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Nascar Follies

They don't give trophies for 2nd place in auto racing.
gtnsmlr 10/20/21 10:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: Replacement Water Pump

Since you can get one anywhere anytime why bother with an extra. I replaced mine this year because it had started leaking a tiny bit. It was still working and quiet after 20 years. I did fix it and put it in the garage. Hoarder!!!!! My pump fried when I was camping more than 75 miles from the nearest replacement. It took me 15 minutes to install the spare I had...
gtnsmlr 10/07/21 07:48pm Tech Issues
RE: Generators for 5er

I carry a 6.5 kw Honda in the back of the truck in an all weather enclosure, installed a remote start and it runs everything just fine. Only drawback ,if you're boondocking in 100+ weather you'll be going thru 4-8 gallons a day running ACs, we stay mostly in state parks and most of those have 50A power. In 4 years fulltiming we put about 600 hrs on it and have never regretted the purchase.
gtnsmlr 09/27/21 12:42pm Fifth-Wheels
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