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I'm not sure about parks in that area, but for 20-25 per night $600-750 per month, you can find some of the better parks in the RGV. Our park is $1350, I believe for five months.
pyoung47 10/27/22 02:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Question for Pullrite Superglide owners

Re the earlier comments. An adjustment is likely needed on the set screw on the front of the hitch. This should be adjusted so that it takes both hands to manually swivel the hitch when the trailer is not attached. If you have questions, call the company, they are very helpful.
pyoung47 08/04/22 05:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: What's the truth about the trucking situation?

Truckers deserve good money since it is a tough job. There are more trucks on the road today because our economy is going at full steam. On our way home from the RGV this year, almost every place we stopped had help wanted signs. I can't remember when I've seen local companies running television ads looking for help like they are here in central Missouri.
pyoung47 04/11/22 06:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Can you jump your 5’er with your truck?

I’ve never done it, but I carry two sets of cables for that eventuality.
pyoung47 03/20/22 05:47pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Installing new anode rod

The anode is to protect your water heater. Magnesium will eat up much faster and likely gives more protection. That's what I use. As an aside, when was the last time you either drained your HOME water heater or checked the anode? I have one house with a water heater that is about 35 years old, and it still does not leak. I drain and winterize this house every year.
pyoung47 02/18/22 05:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Portable Gen Wireless Start Questions

I have the Champ 4650 with remote start. Less than a grand shipped. Works very well. Weighs about 100 lbs. I have a couple of seven foot 2 x 8's in the camper that I use to move in and out. I would recommend this unit over the 3000 watt models, since there is a good amount of headroom with little increase in weight.
pyoung47 02/18/22 05:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Best solutions for internet - REAL solutions please! :)

My son has Starlink, and he is very satisfied with it. I’m not sure about the practicality of hauling it around.
pyoung47 02/03/22 08:50pm Technology Corner
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