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RE: Water Filters

My new MH had a water filter in the wet bay. Low quality and expensive filters. I removed it and replaced it with a Culligan standard housing that is heavy duty from Amazon for $15. Filters run about $8 each. Culligan are the heavy duty blue filter housings now $18.
WyoTraveler 03/06/15 01:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Inverter

In addition to a sine wave generator they now also have a generator auto start. When batteries drop to low level generator starts.
WyoTraveler 03/06/15 04:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Way To Sale Motorhome

assuming you mean "SELL" because the MH won't float and you can't sail/sale it put it on craigs list for more than you owe allow them to bargin you down to what you owe meet them at the lender and use the proceeds to pay the lender, so the lender can give them a clear paperwork for the title Mr. Wizard. Sail means to sail like in a boat. Sale means to sell like get money for a product. :S JMHO
WyoTraveler 03/05/15 03:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can this be removed?

Yup, that is what it is for. It rubs the ground like sled runners so you don't damage the rear of the trailer when going up or down steep slopes.It's normal then when it rubs the ground? I'm a newbie with travel trailers. Yes, otherwise the rear of the trailer on the bottom could be damaged. Of course dragging it on the skids a lot could wear them down. Like a previous post mentioned lower your tongue going up and down that slope. Some trailers have wheels mounted in the back in the same area. Wheels may be the better solution.
WyoTraveler 03/05/15 11:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Can this be removed?

Yup, that is what it is for. It rubs the ground like sled runners so you don't damage the rear of the trailer when going up or down steep slopes.
WyoTraveler 03/05/15 07:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Working on the upstream side of water pump plumbing

I don't know how bad that kink is. We drain our tank by shutting off the spiqot and running off the pump for a few days. May not work for you if the kink is bad.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 12:46pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Working on the upstream side of water pump plumbing

The pump has a check valve so water cannot flow backwards through it and fill the tank when your connected to city water. So I don't think that will be a problem. That is if I understand your question, which I'm not sure I do. :) I think he is saying the kink is between the pump and water tank.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 12:43pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Working on the upstream side of water pump plumbing

Unless the opening is above the water level seems to me water will flow. Ever see how a water level works Vs a bubble level? Water will seek its level point.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 12:00pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: DTV vs DISH using Carryout

I set up manually and if I am getting only 1 sat (110), it will say not all channels received. The same happens on (119). However, those channels don't appear to be in any particular order. The 3rd sat is for HD which we don't have. If you google Dish service centers and get in contact with an installer nearby he probably could give you more info than just talking to the dummies at Dish. JMHO.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 11:55am Technology Corner
RE: 50 amp outlet tester

Those EMS units are pretty nice. I have the Intelitec EMS. Couldn't live without one now.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 06:10am Tech Issues
RE: Roads within Yellowstone okay for towing travel trailer

Main roads are all good and you won't have any problems. Just don't venture off on little side sight seeing roads without checking first. Some don't have large turn arounds at the end.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 05:42am Roads and Routes
RE: What are we in for?

TV works. Our dog watches animal planet. Dog toys work. Our dog doesn't seem to mind being left alone. We never put our dog in jail i.e. crate. Maybe that is the reason your dog barks. Our dog was crate trained when we got him. Breeders big selling point. :h. Once we threw away the crate and made him part of the family training was real easy. JMHO crates are for breeders and dog show people transporting dogs that aren't part of their family. BTW when Jake (our ACD)isn't watching animal planet he lays on the dash board and watches the people walk by.
WyoTraveler 03/04/15 02:28am RV Pet Stop
RE: Purchasing a new 5th wheel and paint protection

About twice a year have it washed and waxed with a good wax. About $8 a foot twice a year keeps it looking good. I get mine done while in Rv Parks. BTW for $8 they wash and hand wax and hand buff. No electric buffers.
WyoTraveler 03/03/15 06:31pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Should I go 50amp or 30amp?

50 amps. You should have a heat pump on A/C. When you pull into a park and use electric water heater, A/C, microwave, fridge, and lights you will be happier with 50 amps.
WyoTraveler 03/03/15 12:45pm Tech Issues
RE: US Wrecker Service Phone Number

If you have maps app just type in "towing service near me". Maps app comes loaded on android.
WyoTraveler 03/03/15 10:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: TV Problems with our new Fuzion

Do you know which cable comes from the bedroom area? Do you have a wiring diagram in your owners manual?
WyoTraveler 03/03/15 04:49am Toy Haulers
RE: Establish Residency in Wyoming?

You should think about South Dakota not Wyoming. True Wyoming has no income tax and discounts on property tax if it is ag property but will nail you on RV taxes. My MH tax is about 2.5% every year. If I decided to fulltime I would change my residence to South Dakota. JMHO
WyoTraveler 03/02/15 10:48pm Full-time RVing
RE: Tow vehicle smells after towing

Get the same after towing. Once it burns off all OK.
WyoTraveler 03/02/15 02:23pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Sway Controller ? for longtime towers

Some of the sway bar manufacturers, actually have a statement in their installation manual, that says to remove the bar prior to backing up. Don't recall the specific manufacturer, but, I saw that statement while installing a sway bar on one of my trailers. I was watching a fellow backing into a campsite and heard a loud bang. It turned out to be his sway bar. The mount bracket on the trailer frame was ripped off, the sway bar was bent, and the hitch head was bent where the little ball was installed. Are you referring to the single bar anti sway where they have 2 actual balls. A large ball for the hitch and little ball for one sway bar?
WyoTraveler 03/02/15 11:06am Travel Trailers
RE: LED bulb identification

I agree with ivylog probably a G4 LED. Keep in mind LEDs come in different shades of white from warm white to bright white depending on kelvin temp. Plus you need something in approx the same brightness. Also in many ads you will see the actual size of the LED listed such 3030 or 5050. (3mm by 3mm or 5mm by 5mm) and amount of LEDs on the disc. No easy solution since many of the LEDs have no markings that can be read. JMHO.
WyoTraveler 03/02/15 10:59am Class C Motorhomes
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