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RE: What good are low point drains?

The answer would be, IF you can get to the area above the floor where the drains come down, do a little plumbing work and put valves above the floor and run pex down for the drains. In my RV, the valves are inside the house (2 under the bed, two under the bathroom sink), and they have drain extensions that go through the floor to exit the RV.Same with our 1990 trailer. - the valves are inside and only lengths of open pipe go to the outside. And the low point drains are how I winterize. Let the water out - also clears out the water heater and then blow the lines out with air.
pasusan 10/11/19 09:02am Tech Issues
RE: What Did You Do To Your Class B Today ?

Had to replace the flame indicator on the fridge. Last trip it didn't work when starting it on propane for our drive home. Thought there was something wrong with the ignitor or something. Had to wait to get home to take the whole back of the fridge apart to see that the flame actually did light. To replace that thing it looks like you're supposed to take the fridge out to get to the wiring connections on top of it. Cut the wires and soldered them instead. Works great! Oh - and since we were going to cut the wires - might as well get the cheaper Norcold flame indicator (with different connectors) instead of the twice as much Dometic.
pasusan 10/09/19 04:54am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rheem Hot Water Heater

"hot water heater"??? Why would anyone want to heat water that's already hot? You can always go hotter!Great comeback! :B
pasusan 09/27/19 08:45am Tech Issues
RE: Getting to Liberty Harbor

Thanks very much for the replies! Looks like we'll go in on I-78 - definitely want to skip the gnarly stuff. :)
pasusan 09/26/19 04:24am Roads and Routes
Getting to Liberty Harbor

Looking at the directions on their website they say it is best when coming from the west to: "Take I-78 East towards Newark, NJ. Take I-78 Express lane East towards I-95/New Jersey Turnpike. I-78 Express Lane East becomes I-78. Take exit towards Jersey City/Columbus Drive. Take slight right onto Christopher Columbus Drive. Take slight right onto Marin Blvd. Destination is on the right. " Looking at Google maps - we'll be coming in on 280 - it looks like we can just keep going straight and it turns into 7, then 139, then 12th St. where we can turn right on Marin Blvd. Also shows that route doesn't have tolls. What do you think? Should we just do that or go south on I-95 from 280 to get to I-78 East and follow their directions? We want to go the least stressful way...
pasusan 09/25/19 11:05am Roads and Routes
RE: Terrible Trucks

Our kid has a good job and bought a Benz. When she told us the price of it I said - Geez, On RV Net most folks have a pick up truck that cost more than that. :)
pasusan 09/25/19 05:21am Beginning RVing
RE: New York City

From what I’ve read, Liberty Harbor will not be available for our trip... Repurposed land...Whaaat? We've got reservations for mid October. They took our money - hopefully what you heard was wrong. We did stay at Croton Point before and it was really cool - taking the train along the Hudson into Grand Central. We would stay there again, but thought it would be fun to stay in a parking lot and take a ferry across to Manhattan. :)
pasusan 09/24/19 03:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What Did You Do To Your Class B Today ?

We replaced the black tank valve because it was leaking. Oh man - what a job! :E I had replaced the gray tank valve on our trailer a couple years ago - that was a total piece of cake compared to this...
pasusan 09/23/19 04:53am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: What Did You Do To Your Class B Today ?

Washed and waxed it. Must say it still looks like new. :) We're in the middle of our fall trip season - got it a little messy when it rained on our way to MD. Gotta start the next trip with a clean buggy!
pasusan 09/20/19 04:47am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: For those that have had a blowout when towing

We had one and didn't even know it till we stopped. It did tear up some of the wheel well. That was 10 years ago. We got a TPMS after that. Oh - and also got Kumho bus tires to replace the Chinese tires. Still going.
pasusan 09/08/19 06:30am General RVing Issues
RE: RVing YouTube videos???

We like several...Drivin and Vibin, getaway couple, keep your day dream, less junk more journey, finding your someday, traveling Robert, long long honeymoon, technomadia, changing lanes, I’m not lost I’m rv’ing, life is a joy, and a few others I can’t recall channel name. If you start watching them, YouTube will recommend/suggest others. Between rv channels, boating channels, craft channels, and wood working channels we never watch tv except for weather and football.Thanks a lot! Spent the whole night last night with the Drivin and Vibin couple. Not quite to the point of seeing the completed Argosy. I guess if our fall trips get cancelled due to whatever - I can lounge out in front of YouTube. In the past I mostly just searched out van life stuff - love what people can do... Thanks OP for this thread!
pasusan 09/08/19 06:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Again, Admin Opening Tongass National Forest...

^ You are right - personally I want to put my head firmly in the sand for the next year and a half.
pasusan 08/30/19 04:35am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Sink covers on or off

Off - stored in a cupboard for the rare times needed.
pasusan 08/26/19 05:12am General RVing Issues
RE: A new forum PLEASE

^ Just looking at thread subjects - looks like the G is for Gatherings. Dutch Oven Gatherings. I think the DOG posts belong here - after all that is definitely camp cooking - just skip them if not interested.
pasusan 08/23/19 06:24am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Standby Sams

On the way home from Pensacola I broke down in Memphis,TN. It sure would have been nice to have had some Standby Sams available. C.B. What could a average Standby Sam even do for you being broke down, a tow truck and mechanic would be my 1st choice.. Its not like they would the have tools or knowledge to fix ? :hAt the very least they could give advice on who to call... Then they might also come to give support... I believe that is what the Good Sam club was started as - a bunch of good samaritanns wanting to help.
pasusan 08/23/19 04:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Interior windshield privacy curtain and door screen

Can only tell you about what we use for our windshield: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61rN7vCzEFL._SL1010_.jpg width=400 It is really neat - you twist it to fold it up into a small package. So it stores easily and when open it covers the entire windshield. We got ours on Amazon - this one is apparently unavailable now - but further down the page it shows other similar ones.
pasusan 08/21/19 05:23am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: NYC - Central Park

HadEnough - this is great! The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the number one item on our itinerary. So glad to get info on the park... Last time we were there we did check out the Dakota and popped into the park from there. Now we've got ideas on where to go and what to see. And we've got the burger joints whittled down too, lol. Thanks a bunch! Thanks to the other responders also - guess I could have mentioned that we have our itinerary pretty mapped out - except for the park and the burgers. :) Glad to be of help. Have a great trip! PS: I'm a rabid BareBurger fan. Was trying to be unbiased. Ha ha haNot to worry - as I looked it up it is organic - that's where we're going! Thanks again!
pasusan 08/17/19 11:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sticky front of oven

Have you tried Goo Gone?
pasusan 08/17/19 07:09am General RVing Issues
RE: NYC - Central Park

HadEnough - this is great! The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the number one item on our itinerary. So glad to get info on the park... Last time we were there we did check out the Dakota and popped into the park from there. Now we've got ideas on where to go and what to see. And we've got the burger joints whittled down too, lol. Thanks a bunch! Thanks to the other responders also - guess I could have mentioned that we have our itinerary pretty mapped out - except for the park and the burgers. :)
pasusan 08/17/19 05:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
NYC - Central Park

We've been to NYC a couple times, but just barely stepped foot in Central Park. We want to see more of it this coming trip. Anyone have advice on special-not-to-miss parts of the park? Oh - and if anyone has advice on where to get the best burger in Manhattan...
pasusan 08/16/19 06:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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