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RE: Replacing solid steps with folding steps

Our 2018 Cardinal has the new style Moryde steps. I wanted to replace them with the folding aluminum old style step. The camper does have the brackets needed, but they are about 1" to narrow to install the same width steps as the Moryde steps. so the brackets would have to be moved or go to a much narrower step. For now I have abandoned the idea.
wvcampers 04/24/23 08:16pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Exterior Stairs

Make sure that Morryde will work before you decide on the steps that fold into the camper door. The steps fold out over the door threshold. Some doors are tight fitting on the bottom at the threshold and do not have room to close after the steps are installed. I installed them in 2008 Cardinal and had to modify the door by cutting it and the screen door off. Not an easy task.
wvcampers 02/13/23 06:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Re-level 5er with lippert hydraulics

I have done a relevel a couple of times. I don't put the slides in. Just push the level button. Keep in mind that the trailer will not return to hitch height when you hit the hitch button. it will go to where it was before you did the last level. you will need to manually get the trailer to the correct height to with up.
wvcampers 12/20/22 07:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2003 Forest River Cardinal 29WB

We had a 2008 Cardinal that we used for 10 years with minimum problems. The WB represents Wide Body.
wvcampers 07/09/22 05:27pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best route to Cass, WV from the north

I would travel the Moorfield/Petersburg route, 250 is not a very RV friendly route. I recommend East Fork Campground and Stables in Durbin or the recently reopened Boyer Station Campground in Boyer. There will be no cell phone service so you will need Wifi for communicating. Both campgrounds have it. The Durbin Rocket, a coal fired scenic train is in Durbin. You can watch it from the East Fork Campground or board it there too. It travels a section of the Greenbriar River. Don't miss a chance to visit the National Radio Astronomy Observatory while you are in the area.It is in Greenback WV. The Observatory is the reason there is no cell service.I prefer the East Fork Campground for its scenic setting, the owner has lived all of his life and is very knowledgeable about the history of the area. He has relatives in Cass. Enjoy our Wild and Wonderful State, like the song says Almost Heaven.
wvcampers 06/26/22 04:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: Dish Tv help needed

I had DISH change from hopper and 2 joeys to 3 Wallys in my house. They tried the SOLO switch but ended up running 3 separate coax from the LNB one to each Wally. I also have the 1000.2 antennae.
wvcampers 06/26/22 02:27pm Technology Corner
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