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RE: Installing a clean out at home

I think I agree with WPT-GC. If you hire a contractor to install per code and pull a permit, it is up to the contractor to do it right. OK to ask about placement but let the contractor do the job you hired him to do and the inspector to aprove the work. Maybe in a perfect world, but contractors are notorious for doing shoddy work, skipping out half way through a job, not being there when things go wrong. As far as 'to code', just remember that is the MINIMUM quality that is acceptable by a government bureaucracy, written by politicians who have NO mechanical, engineering or construction skills and lobbied by unions that are paid only to protect their members, not the clients who hire them.Kind of like the contractor who told me that he didn't need a permit to install a new front door on my house - in FL, you do. Good thing I knew what questions to ask, otherwise I'd be on the hook to get it done correctly. Contractors who care about doing a good job correctly and pulling proper permits are becoming a rare breed. Ever been inside a newly built house? OP asked some good questions - nothing wrong with doing some research. A permit to replace a front door is just a money grab by that city/county.
wrktfsh 06/14/19 07:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Installing a clean out at home

OP, as a contractor, I would not like that you hired me to do a job and then went onto a random Internet forum to verify the quality of my work or choice of materials. If you came to me (the professional) and told me that a faceless, nameless internet somebody said that I was doing it wrong and suggested a better way of doing it, I'd walk off the job. The nature of questions you're asking suggests that you don't know anything about the work taking place, so be mindful of that when you offer advice to your contractor. There's an old saying...if you can't dazzle them with your brilliance, then baffle them with your BS. It would in your best interest to let the contractor do their job without telling them how it should be done...in this case. Amazing how so many contractors forget who the boss is. (hint; it's the guy writing the checks) Any good contractor would be happy that their customer is interested enough to stay involved and would take the time to address their concerns. And I'm not just picking on contractors, this goes for doctors, mechanics, etc. If I'm paying the bills, I'm dang sure going to verify I am getting the best product possible. As a retired general contractor you would be surprized at how many people want something done X way. Yet it is totally against code and common sense.
wrktfsh 06/14/19 07:42am General RVing Issues
RE: RVTrader No Response

Any chance emails went to your junk folder?
wrktfsh 06/12/19 05:40pm Truck Campers
RE: help me decide! Jayco or Starcraft

Pick they layout you like best. The one you'd feel more comfortable spending a stormy day or two in
wrktfsh 06/10/19 05:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice for a trip up the west coast

E side of the sierras is nice and would be my choice. The greater LA area is a nightmare, and I drive it once a month from San Diego to Goleta. 101 does not get picturesque until you clear Ventura. Beware rush hours through Santa Barbara too.
wrktfsh 06/07/19 07:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: This beast was parked next to us

Part of me thinks......wow, how ridiculously decadent. The other part of me wants one
wrktfsh 05/30/19 06:53am Tow Vehicles
RE: what are these bits for?

Both look like suspension parts to me
wrktfsh 05/26/19 06:36am Tech Issues
RE: TST 507 parts are expensive.

Another option for orings is any hydraulic hose/repair shop
wrktfsh 05/25/19 11:46am Tech Issues
RE: Capping off a propane line: need tips and tricks!

That’s how I would do it. Use pipe dope on the threads. Turn off gas first
wrktfsh 05/22/19 11:57am Tech Issues
RE: 2018 Navigator 6mpg when towing 8k lb camper Ecoboost

Have you ever had a trailer get squirrely at 75 mph? It’s not fun. 60 or less and your mph and safety will improve
wrktfsh 05/21/19 05:44am Towing
RE: Need for tire chains on Yellowstone trip

If I think I may need them, I carry them
wrktfsh 05/02/19 12:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: adult only RV Parks California (not Palm Springs area)

Here you go https://gleneden.com/rv-sites/
wrktfsh 05/01/19 07:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Towing

Get a backup cam for your Class C. You can get them online for under 100 bucks. It’s a game changer when backing to a hitch
wrktfsh 05/01/19 07:49am Class C Motorhomes
RE: wheel leveling chocks

PT 2x8 cut into short lengths. Pretty inexpensive
wrktfsh 04/30/19 04:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Need a bit of 'educating'...

While not specific to your MH I find tow mode most beneficial in my truck towing the TT when going down grades. I will use it not towing going down grades too, saves the brakes. I don’t notice any real benefit going uphill.
wrktfsh 04/30/19 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Vinyl Plank floor!

Excellent, you just motivated me to update my TT floor
wrktfsh 04/30/19 05:44am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Replacement Water Heater Part

See if you can find the elbow in brass.
wrktfsh 04/27/19 07:16am Tech Issues
RE: Campgrounds in San Diego, LA & San Fran for Minivan Camping

In San Diego. Silver Strand Beach , Campland by the bay ( still open I think) Oceanside area, San Onofre State Beach Ventura area. There’s an rv Park in Ventura and just north is Rincon, beach side boondocking Between Ventura and Monticieto is Hobson Beach campground , small and tight. Santa Barbara area , sunrise rv Park , Earl Warren showgrounds ( a parking lot with full hookups) but not bad if passing thru. North of Santa Barbara, Lake Cachuma campground. County facility similar to most state parks, we like it
wrktfsh 04/24/19 04:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I made big mistake requesting an Good Sam insurance quote!

Is this how Good Sam does business? How do I make it stop? Even if this their insurance was free I would not accept it. You have not seen anything yet. Wait about a week and watch what happens to your mailbox, better get a bigger one. Yeah, good luck getting the dozen emails from various good Sam departments to stop. Took multiple unsubscribes to stop the junk. I’m reluctant to order anything from CW online as I figure that would start another round of unsolicited junk
wrktfsh 04/24/19 01:11pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: Good Sam Extended Service Plan

Money is only made on extended service contracts when nothing is paid out. It’s a scam ONLY for the selling company to make a profit
wrktfsh 04/24/19 10:32am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
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