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RE: Middletown CT Washington St railroad underpass?

No one?
suprz 09/04/19 11:04am Roads and Routes
Middletown CT Washington St railroad underpass?

Quick question from anyone with info. There is a railroad bridge that goes over Washington St in Middletown CT (also called ct66) does anyone know the height? Heading south it's right before a sunoco gas station. I looked on google street view and didn't see any height signs listed and it looked more than 14ft above the road, but I figured I would ask. We are taking this route to get to 84
suprz 09/04/19 04:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Surge power protector- hard wire or portable?

After 14 years of RVing, I finally had an experience where the 30 amp outlet I was using just stopped working... I went to the front desk of the park and they sent the maintenance guy right out. After some investigation the wires had actually melted the plug and disconnected... I used a 50 to 30amp dog bone for the rest of the stay. That winter, I ordered the Progressive industries hardwired unit. It does make a humming sound but luckily it's in the outside bay so I don't hear it.. But I feel better knowing it's there. Just like any other kind of insurance...
suprz 09/02/19 01:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Loves truck stop app?

Very few loves have dedicated RV slots. Most Flying J's do and a very few Pilots and others. One thing you can do is google sat view the place and see if they have PULL THROUGH parking... I've nestled in between semi's when they had pull through. I Figure if the bob-tails park in the RV slots.. I'm entitled to a SEMI slot. We have parked amongst the semi's before, the engine noise doesn't bother us at all. But I would rather not take one of their spaces if possible. I know that some love's will let me overnight in the front along the perimeter curbing which I have done also. We usually pull in around 7-8pm I ask the cashier if it's OK to park there for the night and I've never had one refusal. And I always top off my gas tank in the morning. It's just so convenient
suprz 08/28/19 06:33pm Technology Corner
RE: Loves truck stop app?

Are you sure you're not confusing Loves and FLying J? I've never seen RV slots at a Loves (not saying they don't exist just I've never seen them) Nope, I'm sure. We usually go to loves while traveling and that's where I've used the dedicated RV parking
suprz 08/28/19 01:39pm Technology Corner
Loves truck stop app?

I have this app on my phone and have usedmany times. I can't find where you can specify to find stops with dedicated RV overnight parking. I know they have that, I have used them previously and they are in front away from the big rigs and very handy being so close to the gas pumps, And store. I'm using the android version and it's the latest version of the app
suprz 08/28/19 10:58am Technology Corner
RE: Life is full of compromise...

One word, one letter... Super C! Older jayco on a Chevy Kodiak chassis. All the room, all the amenities, all the power and fuel economy. Or a newer one on the freightliner chassis
suprz 08/28/19 03:42am Class C Motorhomes
Ford v10 serpentine belt replacement

2 questions... How hard is it to replace? And to make sure I get the right length, should I just go to the ford dealer?
suprz 08/27/19 03:37am Class C Motorhomes
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

New air filter
suprz 08/27/19 03:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Why the large discrepancy in rv antifreeze prices?

Some RV antifreeze are ethanol (alcohol) based, some are propylene glycol based, some are a mix of the two. Ethanol is cheapest and propylene glycol is highest, normally. And some stores just charge more. Some people have concerns about alcohol and rubber seals. Here is the correct answer. Now use the good stuff. X2!
suprz 08/25/19 09:27am Tech Issues
RE: RV Covers in snowy areas.

For the last 2years I have used a 36x14 ft billboard tarp. Total cost was about 30.00 shipped. Super tough and already has anchor points built in. It's heavy, but it's worth using because it's not going to rip, or let water thru.. Period. And for the price, I'm getting a new one this year and using the old one for covering firewood stacks. Billboardvinyls.com
suprz 08/25/19 06:40am General RVing Issues
RE: "C". Or Super C?

My dream RV
suprz 08/19/19 03:33am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Getting ADCO Windshield Cover Into Storage Bag?

I really never realized that people cover windshields from the exterior. If you pull into a overnight spot in bad weather, you have to get out of the MH to install it then try to pack it away when its wet. Isn't it easier to cover the windshield from the inside, where you install it and fold it up dry ? We have an exterior cover that came with the RV, we have never used it yet. We always just use the internal cover. We carry it with us and i have taken it out and put it back in the bag it came in. Maybe if we stayed in a place for more than a few days we might use it? Don't know
suprz 08/18/19 10:29am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2006 Grayhawk Ford e450 v-10: Power increase

From what I have researched and experienced, you have to let an engine breathe. Increased air in, and increase exhaust flow out.. But in my experience, increasing exhaust flow out sometimes decreases torque. Just sayin
suprz 08/14/19 03:38am Tech Issues
RE: If you had a month...?

Adventure Caravans tour of the Great Western Parks takes the entire month of September starting in St. George, UT. Wow! Some of those tours are pricey
suprz 07/31/19 01:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Travel with Kill Switch Off

On our rig, the electric step is powered by the chassis battery so it goes in automatically even with the all the house shut off. Like others say, killing the power to the house shuts off the fridge, and maybe the house batteries won't get charged. X2
suprz 07/28/19 09:52am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Police, right place right time.

I can't drive.......55 Oh NO! Take my license, all that jive Oh YEA! Gonna throw your a$$ in the city joint! "looked me in the eye and said, ya get my point? "
suprz 07/25/19 08:40am Roads and Routes
RE: Gas stations

I can understand what you are saying, one station in particular stands out in my memory. The gas fill on my 31ft class c is at the very back of the coach on the drivers side. When I got into position so the hose on the pump would reach, the front of the RV was about 2 ft from the door of the mini mart
suprz 07/22/19 03:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Moki Dugway, Should I try it?

Accidentally drove down Moki Dugway last year in my 14,050 lbs 31 ft class c with a motorcycle carrier on the back so basically 34ft long. Really tight hairpin turns and sheer drop offs. Wouldn't do it again in my RV going up or down... Especially if my wife was in the RV again... She's almost over it :W
suprz 07/22/19 11:52am Roads and Routes
RE: Running only off of onboard tank

I don't necessarily use the fresh water tank all the time, but there's always fresh water in it. Couple of times, there was a problem with the Campground water so we used the onboard tank, and if we leave the RV for any length of time and I am hooked to water, I shut off the water and even shut my secondary shut off at my 45degree brass fitting inline at my water filter
suprz 07/22/19 10:37am Tech Issues
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