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RE: Home Dish Network while on the road.

We take Dishtv with us. Your local channels will drop out away from your location. Usually we get local channels oth so no big deal to us. You can call and tell them where you are to get local back.
WyoTraveler 09/15/16 08:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fiberglass or aluminum?

My previous RV was a Jayco TT. All aluminum. When driving in bad weather water would be forced between the aluminum seams in front. Never leaked in heavy rain when parked..Just when moving. Interesting, because now I see RVs that have aluminum sides and fiber glass fronts. Guess I wasn't the only one having the problem.
WyoTraveler 09/06/16 06:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Motor oil weight

Most vehicles have the oil type marked on the oil cap.
WyoTraveler 09/04/16 07:56pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: should the motor coolant be two colours?

Some of the newer anti freeze label states that it can be used with either color. Just assuming if you had green in the radiator and someone added anti freeze, orange could have been added. The newer stuff on the market I have seen has been orange. I would check with your garage mechanic.
WyoTraveler 08/30/16 08:58pm Tech Issues
RE: COSTCO no longer wants motorhomes in gas lines?

For a penney or 2 a gallon it is a PITA waiting in line that long to save maybe 1 or 2 dollars.
WyoTraveler 08/27/16 09:47am General RVing Issues
RE: No-Start Class A

Use a multimeter one lead on starter ground lead. Other lead on starter plus lead. Read the voltage when you turn ignition to start. If voltage drops probably bad contacts. Could be eithe ground lead or plus lead.
WyoTraveler 08/24/16 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan Fuel pump

When the Onan repairman replaced my fuel pump under warranty I asked him why Onan would still place the pump on the generator when they realized a heat problem was killing them. He said Onan sells complete generator units. The unit mounted in MHs is just an off the shelf unit. If my fuel pump goes out again I'm going to move the fuel pump to the MH frame where it will stay cooler.
WyoTraveler 08/13/16 09:09am Tech Issues
RE: Surprise effects of wolves in Yellowstone

This is all fine and dandy until the wolves leave the park and start killing live stock. Hence the reason wolves were shot on site many years ago, along with grizzlies. I imagine it is very nice to live in an area that there will never be a threat from wolves. Unfortunately, wolves have already moved into Colorado for me. Imagine walking your precious pet and a pack of wolves show up. I'll bet you won't be so happy to have wolves around then. Wolves don't kill for the sole purpose of eating. Most kills are for pure sport. Same with dogs and domesticated cats. Don't get me wrong, they are beautiful animals, but there is a reason they were removed from the lower 48. Very good point that urban people don't understand
WyoTraveler 08/05/16 08:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Battery Charge Line

I use a heavy duty diode in a metal box. You need a diode to prevent the toad battery discharging back into the MH when MH ignition is off. Built a diode into a box for about $6
WyoTraveler 08/05/16 08:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: NJ to Yellowstone

May want to fuel up in Buffalo. Not much between Buffalo and Worland on 16.
WyoTraveler 08/01/16 07:47am Roads and Routes
RE: Broke down days from home, what would you do?

In a lot of areas motels and hotels have longer term rates. That would be my first option. Also depends how far away it happened.
WyoTraveler 07/27/16 02:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hwy 26 from Casper Wy to Jackson Hole Wy

If you are traveling toward Jackson now you should google fire info. Last time I checked 12,000 acres were involved near Jackson
WyoTraveler 07/23/16 08:37am Beginning RVing
RE: External laptop coolers

Yes the external fans do work. DW uses an external fan on her Acer laptop. Her external fan is called "Connectland accessory". It plugs into a USB port. Her Acer has always overheated when purchased new.x2 Probably not needed but sure knocks down the case temp Called a laptop but funny DW dancing around in a chair with her Acer laptop on her lap :B. I have a Lenovo and doesn't get nearly as warm. I'm sure you are right though, probably not really needed.
WyoTraveler 07/22/16 01:01pm Technology Corner
RE: External laptop coolers

Yes the external fans do work. DW uses an external fan on her Acer laptop. Her external fan is called "Connectland accessory". It plugs into a USB port. Her Acer has always overheated when purchased new.
WyoTraveler 07/22/16 09:14am Technology Corner
RE: Seatbelt extenders

I have been unable to find seatbelt extenders for my 2005 Fleetwood Southwind MH. It has a Ford F53 chassis. The tongue width is 1 1/4 inch. The widest I have found is 1 inch. Anyone know of a supplier? Yes, go to Ford. They gave one to me no charge.
WyoTraveler 07/20/16 12:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to expect with a new gasser

You'll be just fine in a gasser V10. The rear axle ratio is higher. I believe about 5.2 in 24k pounds. In longer coaches is 6.3 ratio. I live in WY and don't have a problems in the hills around here.
WyoTraveler 07/14/16 06:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: lost signal/short, coax tv cable from front to rear

I've been working in electronic for over 60 years. Althouth it isn't impossible for coax to be damaged. I doubt it. Probably bad measurement. Usually bad connectors. Probably a splitter or something else on the other end. Put a known value resister on one end and measure resistance on the other end and also to ground. Don't be tearing out walls for no reason.
WyoTraveler 07/13/16 03:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Zamp 200w portable panels

I also have the Zamp. Pricey but they work well. Noisey but that is the problem with a lot of solar chargers because of pulsing. Unless you have amateur radio equipment you'll never notice the RF noise.
WyoTraveler 07/11/16 07:13am Travel Trailers
RE: Reese Dual Cam for off-road

Our previous TT we had the Reece straight line with dual cam. It was solid in high winds. We went over South Pass in WY with onver 40 mph cross winds. Out TT was only 5000 pounds but I was really impressed. We never drove off road but did drive on icy slick roads in WY in the winter. Hooking up wasn't that difficult in uneven areas. After latching the ball I jacked the rear upward prior to connecting the bars.
WyoTraveler 07/11/16 05:14am Towing
RE: opinions please....on a old Lance

If I recall they were selling for about $14,000 new. Basically trouble free at the time.
WyoTraveler 07/10/16 06:52pm Truck Campers
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