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RE: Secluded RV Sites in Florida

Ocala Nat For is the right place to look.
ppine 02/19/20 10:02am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: replacement hand held shower

I replaced an outside shower hose that had a broken fitting. I found it difficult to use fixtures designed for houses and just went with a similar hose from an RV supply house. The threads were much different.
ppine 02/19/20 10:01am Beginning RVing
RE: Yellowstone Trip

Don't miss the Bighorns.
ppine 02/19/20 09:59am General RVing Issues
RE: RV Superbag

Down sleeping bags since 1962.
ppine 02/18/20 08:15am Truck Campers
RE: Dogs with jobs

Babies coming every day.
ppine 02/18/20 08:13am RV Pet Stop
RE: Quiet boondocking Moab + South Grand Canyon late march

Good idea.
ppine 02/17/20 10:07am Roads and Routes
RE: weak Cell Signal

In the West, get used to it.
ppine 02/17/20 10:01am Full-time RVing
RE: which size drinking water hose?

Having a pressure limiting device is much more important than what sized hose.
ppine 02/17/20 10:01am Beginning RVing
RE: Help. Will This Work?

Ask the manufacturer to be sure. If you are buying a truck to fit your TC, then go with an 8 foot box. Much less leverage on your rear axle. If you don't have an 8 foot box your are getting only part of a truck.
ppine 02/17/20 10:00am Truck Campers
RE: Using RV in winter, including water

People live in RVs year around in cold country. You have to learn to make a few adjustments. Look it up if you are unsure.
ppine 02/17/20 09:57am General RVing Issues
RE: Buying F350 with an eye towards the future

Measure the height of your fender wells with and without the trailer to help decide if you need a WD hitch. They should not be that different say less than an inch and a half. Otherwise the front axle gets light and your rig will wander around more than without the TT.
ppine 02/17/20 09:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Using RV in winter, including water

Put insulation under your rig to the ground. Skirting. Most people use heat tape and or insulation on the waterlines going in and out.
ppine 02/16/20 08:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Hitch requirements

Depends on the set-up. An Equalizer hitch for instance has arms on both sides. A sway bar attaches on only one side. Can you show a photo?
ppine 02/16/20 02:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: Alternative Generator For our campers

Solar with inexpensive gen backup. With a long cord off your TT, you can leave the gen in the back of your truck and run it with the tailgate down.
ppine 02/16/20 08:05am Truck Campers
RE: trailer wax

ppine 02/16/20 08:04am Travel Trailers
RE: Used truck camper

I started with a camper. It is easy to get sold on a large heavy one at the RV show. Great appeal for towing a boat or horse trailer. Don't go too big. I found driving with one even on an F-350 was not good in the mountains on windy roads, especially those banked the wrong way. It was difficult in the wind. Too small for a long trip and too much trouble for a short trip. They are a compromise.
ppine 02/16/20 08:02am Truck Campers
RE: Dogs with jobs

Calves and lambs have started here in Nevada and a lot of places. Some people like having babies earlier in the year, mostly California or the low desert. Nothing like a good dog for herding. They are worth two Texas brushpoppers.
ppine 02/16/20 07:55am RV Pet Stop
RE: Buying F350 with an eye towards the future

I have been driving a F-350 for 18 years. I have pulled everything with it. I have pulled 3-4,000 pounds without a WD hitch just fine. A horse trailer can go around 5,000 or a little more because it is short and does not put much leverage on the hitch. A travel trailer over 5,000 pounds greatly benefits from a WD hitch even on a one ton truck.
ppine 02/15/20 08:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Newbie Pre Purchase Questions

The old rule for people that live on boats: 6 for drinks 4 for dinner 2 for overnight.
ppine 02/15/20 08:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travelling in Stealth Mode

Needs another axle. Really ugly looking.
ppine 02/15/20 11:42am Travel Trailers
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