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RE: CW sold me an 1998 motorhome, title says its a 1997

Buyer beware. There has been a lot on this site about CW and their practices. Shortly administration will be along saying contact them. CW, GS, GSERS, and GSESP were great before Marcus Leonis took over. Cheating is good for investors, bad for customers.
WyoTraveler 08/03/15 06:20pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: Stuck on frwy due to accident ahead. Let others use toilet?

Strangers like to use other peoples bathrooms because that is where most people keep their perscription drugs.
WyoTraveler 08/03/15 07:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Peso hits all time low

Also common in this country. In fact, probably all over the world.
WyoTraveler 08/01/15 07:05pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mount Rushmore (best campgrounds)

We liked Rafter J. Larger RVs usually in the large meadow. Smaller RVs parked around the edge near or in the trees.
WyoTraveler 08/01/15 04:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Walmart camping

The RV parking police are out patroling on the forum this morning. :B
WyoTraveler 08/01/15 09:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Walmart camping

I figure if the Walmart parking lot is good enough for a Provost RV or two to stay there it will be just fine for me. :B
WyoTraveler 08/01/15 07:34am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Electrical cord wrapped in a circle cause problems?

I suppose if it were tightly coiled, or if you spooled it on an iron core you may have some problems. However, many MHs today have their power cords on a spool. I don't have a spool but I do have an 18" coil in my electrical bay. I only pull out what I need. I doubt it ccauses problems worth worrying about. I would be more concerned that tightly coiled could cause wire fatigue. BTW, if smartness came with age I wouldn't have to use erasers on pensils anymore. I'm 77. :B
WyoTraveler 07/30/15 12:02pm Tech Issues
RE: What could cause this?

Some propane appliances will operate with less pressure. I had a propane range that would not operate correctly. Everything else in the RV on propane worked great. I took out the range and took it to the RV shop. It worked great. I put it back in and it wouldn't work. When I took the range back to the RV shop and asked for my money back he took me back and showed me there was nothing wrong With it. Turned out be be a bad regulator on the propane tanks. Dirty propane can destroy a regulator. Once I took the regulator into the shop I saw the problem. Low pressure and not adjustable. I was baffled because everything else on propane worked fine. Any RV dealer should be able to measure the pressure coming out of the regulator and make sure it is correct.
WyoTraveler 07/30/15 10:38am Travel Trailers
RE: Myth that socket extensions change torque wrench readings

I don't think the torque on the nut or bolt changes. i.e. mine clicks at the same torque. The advantage of an extension would be that I would need to apply less effort on the handle. Those 350 lb torques get harder as I get older. The longer handle helps.
WyoTraveler 07/30/15 10:05am Tech Issues
RE: Disgusted withe GSRS

Doesn't matter how bad GSERS is. People read this forum every day and still sign up for it. Absolutely amazing.
WyoTraveler 07/29/15 04:40pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Microchips

JMHO. If the pet was mine I would have a vet remove the pound chip. We have a home again chip. The chip is only as good as how the pet was lost. Since people stealing pets could remove the chip. Our only hope is honest people find the pet.We bought a high quality tag with our phone # and home again phone #
WyoTraveler 07/29/15 10:42am RV Pet Stop
RE: Purchased Damaged (without knowledge) RV from Camping World

There have been questions posted on the forum why dealers don't clean up RVs before re sale. I think this is the reason. Not just CW, almost all dealers just re sell RVs and clean up after sale. This procedure probably limits their liability as "they really were unaware of any problems" Buying used a prior total inspection is important even if it costs money. They should have known, I'm speculating, depends on proof of who changed those tires. I agree with other post it is worth getting an atty if CW doesn't help you.
WyoTraveler 07/29/15 10:29am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Grill modification (removing regulator) for quick connect?

Yep, be sure and check that. Our quick connect comes off the hi-pressure side so all we needed was a hose from the quick connect to the regulator. Not to expensive at home depot. Dave Was that Winnebago's installation at the factory, or owner mod? Just curious.
WyoTraveler 07/28/15 07:52am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: record lows in ID/WY

A few of the locations are getting records, WyoTraveler, though not all. Record low for yellowstone in July is 20F and record low for August is 15F. That is why I said I doubt temps in the low 30s would set any records. 35F is really common. Also snow is not uncommon in July or August.
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 10:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: record lows in ID/WY

Couple of weeks ago it was 80 degrees and we had marble sized hail in Cody. Storms move in and out pretty fast.
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 10:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: record lows in ID/WY

I'm sure it is chilly but doubt if it is record lows. Not unusual to to get chilly temps at 8 or 9000 ft in the summer. The low will most likely be just before sunrise tomorrow morning only for a few minutes. I'd be more concerned about any hail.
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 05:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Snobbish RV resorts with ownerships

Yup, ignore them. I came from SO CA where I lived for 40 years. In CA the neighbors really didn't care what you did. I moved to WY where people in town will call 911 if their neighbors water on the wrong day. It is called boredom. They have nothing else to do in their lives.:B They actually read the police reports on the radio every day. Wife and I sometimes are laughing so hard tears come to our eyes.
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CHF Advice and Help

You should get lots of different advise on this one. JMHO. I installed a Road Master rear anti sway and also did the CHF on the rear. I found it worked well. On the front I only did the CHF. Some used same bars. I used longer ones. Did it help? Yes. I drive lots of mountain grades. In one trip I wore out the nylon inserts. I wasn't happy. I removed it all and went with the Road Master front anti sway. It gave more anti sway and I'm happy. I still have the CHF on the rear with the Roadmaster anti sway. Inserts are not wearing on the rear. In addition I installed the Blue Ox trak bar. I use Steer Safe on the front steering and rear Firestone air bags. My MH handles pretty well. This only my personal experience. Others will have different opinions about the Ford chassis.
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 07:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A $64,000 teardrop

Is it made by the same company that made the Teardrop TC back in the 60s?
WyoTraveler 07/27/15 06:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Onan dies in the Heat

Replace fuel pump. Does it throw a code "no fuel"? Many of the Onan's have fuel pump problems caused by heat. If my fuel pump goes out again I'm going to move it away from the generator and mount it on the frame where it is cooler.
WyoTraveler 07/26/15 04:18pm Toy Haulers
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