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RE: Towing 5th Wheel from IL to PHX in March

I-55-> I-44 -> I-40 to I-35 and then down to I-20 -> I-10 is how I've done it during the winter and springtime. I-40 can be pretty unpredictable across the Texas panhandle, and based on how little snow we've seen so far this year, I'd be nervous about what we're in for during March & April...
lane hog 01/14/20 04:20am Roads and Routes
RE: Glacier National Park to Yellowstone National Park.

FWIW, book early. June and early July is already booked up solid for RV sites.
lane hog 01/14/20 04:13am Roads and Routes
RE: Flipping Axle

Flipped axles on my FW in our driveway using cribbing. Only use cribbing on a job where you have to go underneath the frame. Anything else can fail.
lane hog 01/14/20 03:57am Tech Issues
RE: toilet treatment for black water tank

We just can't afford sewer gas or poop smell in our garage from a poop tank that we are unable to thoroughly clean. My wife and I are both concerned about it. If one of us had an emergency, we'd surely poop in the toilet. But we've managed to avoid doing so up to this point. Yeah, you don't want smells in your garage, but I'd be curious to see if that would even be a problem with normal use & cleaning... Sewer gas is heavier than air, so I'd think you'd need quite a lot of build-up to have enough volume to exit the vent stack absent a vacuum effect (e.g. driving or wind). Worst case, you could always rig up a vent to the outdoors with some dryer vent hose... ;)
lane hog 12/03/19 03:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tucson to Depoe Bay, Oregon

We've also never had issues going thru Vegas, especially now that the bypass is in place down by Hoover Dam. Hop on the 11 to the 515, and then onto 95 or north on I-15 to 93.
lane hog 11/26/19 12:05am Roads and Routes
RE: toilet treatment for black water tank

It amazes me that people would be afraid to poop in their RV toilets. You paid good money for that privilege...
lane hog 11/25/19 11:57pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wiring Diagram

Winnebago and Itasca have wiring diagrams online you can download. Same for plumbing. Invaluable resources... but not all manufacturers seem to care about service after the sale.
lane hog 11/25/19 11:19pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Hulu price increases TWICE this year!

Yep. Unbundling hasn't been successful with satellite due to the (no pun intended) overhead costs, but for streaming services it's a lot more practical. My guess is that I'll be able to eventually have a way to pick out only the 10 or so channels we watch and dispense with the rest...
lane hog 11/21/19 01:07am Technology Corner
RE: Hulu price increases TWICE this year!

Hulu is in trouble IMO Not really. Disney controls them as of May 2019, and will own them outright by 2024.
lane hog 11/20/19 02:10am Technology Corner
RE: How big is the market for Dinghy Towing?

Yeah, a lot of upgrades/replacements are going to be in the sales number, and I'd also be a bit skeptical about the 90% floated earlier. If you look at full-timers, it's going to be that high, but your novice owners (i.e. those who make the mistake of buying a Class C only to use it twice a year) probably aren't going to be investing in towing gear, and I suspect they make up a fairly big number.
lane hog 11/11/19 11:14pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Mobile hot spots

AT&T allows us to use our phone as a hotspot, no added cost but they only allow about 30Gb of streaming before they have the option to throttle your bandwidth. Setting the resolution to 720p makes a huge dent in bandwidth usage.
lane hog 11/05/19 12:17am Technology Corner
RE: How big is the market for Dinghy Towing?

Sounds like someone wants some free market research to me... Go visit a campground and take notes.
lane hog 11/05/19 12:03am Dinghy Towing
RE: Suggestions please!

Boondock (BLM,forest) places don't have designated sites. For that you need dry campgrounds, like state or Federal parks. Designated, no, but there are most definitely already-established sites in most of these areas that rangers can recommend.
lane hog 11/01/19 05:52am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: 2004 Minnie Winnie question

It's the cold. My 2003 Minnie had a split after the polar vortex two years ago, which gave me an excuse to pull all the linoleum/carpet and replace it with new vinyl. That project allowed me to inspect the floor, which had zero indications of water damage inside the coach (and much peace of mind).
lane hog 11/01/19 05:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: I-74

Keep an eye out for a small bump at the border, other than that you'll be bored stiff.
lane hog 10/24/19 04:34am Roads and Routes
RE: Texas Panhandle Snow

Yup. It's winter. Denver getting up to an inch of snow this morning.
lane hog 10/24/19 04:33am Roads and Routes
RE: Grand Canyon (South Rim) to Sedona in 2020

I've driven 89A in a motorhome pulling a van and also with a fifth wheel. Not impossible and the views are wonderful, but if you're not comfortable with switchbacks or creating a long line of cars behind you, stick with I-17.
lane hog 10/22/19 04:33am Roads and Routes
RE: Using water below freezing?

In a holding tank, there's usually more than enough room for expansion as the fluids freeze. Pink is relatively cheap -- dump a couple gallons in the tank, and you might be OK.
lane hog 10/22/19 04:16am Tech Issues
RE: Spring loaded rear high level bunk removal help!

You might want to check in the Toy Hauler sub-forums... these types of bunks still exist in some units.
lane hog 10/17/19 06:23am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Truckers Atlas ~ Best ~ most preferred

On our last trip out, we were without cell service for three days. That was in Michigan, not the Wild West. That's why we still carry a paper atlas.
lane hog 10/16/19 04:21am Roads and Routes
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