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RE: It is no wonder

I got this one when posting this - good thing I paid attention in math class https://steemitimages.com/p/vM1pGHgNcyCiaxZmdb555hkjecmqomntNdRp7jgAkEA6z8H96kZM7RAwG3tR6VxSpqM5BAxNQNsQkCim9Z2WhLdzjNQb6Cv9qJzNxWnDijrzC5i1vDFYRdt9VeSDVFYSPk1YWtE?format=match&mode=fit&width=640
2012Coleman 12/06/19 06:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Casita vs "conventional" small trailers

Casita also has a Fifth wheel Version the looks pretty cool. I see a lot of used ones for sale online.
2012Coleman 12/04/19 04:57am Travel Trailers
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

I do believe the OP is sincere in their desire to warns others of his poor furniture purchase. However drive by posters will always have credibility issues. If the first time I meet you all you want to do is make a complaint vs. fully participate you will not be well received. A better approach may have been: "I recently purchased Brand XYZ furniture.It did not hold up well and I now need to replace it with something else.This is my 2nd attempt to get it right can you suggest a quality manufacture of RV furniture? Brand XYZ did not last very long at all. I am still in need of decent furniture.".... If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant your post will be easily dismissed. Amen to that.Maybe by you two - don't be so presumptuous as to speak for the entire forum. If you don't like the post, as someone already stated - why bother? I am only speaking for myself. I'm not asking anyone to agree with my opinion or comments. Nevertheless if your post is just a one off rant it will be taken as just a one off rant by others vs. a post with more substance than just a rant. Just my 2 cents. YMMVOh - OK - then I can tell you how to phrase things then - right? If you are really speaking for only yourself, then instead of saying "If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant your post will be easily dismissed.", you should say something like: In my opinion, If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant your post will be easily dismissed. Or If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant, I would most likely easily dismiss your post. I'm sure you could come up with one on your own though.
2012Coleman 12/04/19 04:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Grand Design owners forum

I have a profile on both forums. I get a lot of help and zero grief - people are actually friendly and helpful. It's a great resource.
2012Coleman 12/02/19 05:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

I do believe the OP is sincere in their desire to warns others of his poor furniture purchase. However drive by posters will always have credibility issues. If the first time I meet you all you want to do is make a complaint vs. fully participate you will not be well received. A better approach may have been: "I recently purchased Brand XYZ furniture.It did not hold up well and I now need to replace it with something else.This is my 2nd attempt to get it right can you suggest a quality manufacture of RV furniture? Brand XYZ did not last very long at all. I am still in need of decent furniture.".... If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant your post will be easily dismissed. Amen to that.Maybe by you two - don't be so presumptuous as to speak for the entire forum. If you don't like the post, as someone already stated - why bother?
2012Coleman 12/02/19 05:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Voice Controlled Travel Trailer

Alexa, open the bathroom door - I've got an emergency. I'm sorry Robert Ryan, I can't do that....
2012Coleman 11/22/19 05:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Full time in the 2020 JAYCO EAGLE??

My husband and I are looking to start full timing. We have been researching the 2020 JAYCO EAGLE 355MBQS. We love the layout but it’s 42’ which seems daunting. Does anyone have experience with this model and any advice on length?Jayco will most likely void your warranty if your living in it full time. My advice is to look at the Grand Design Reflection 337RLS. Rear living, opposing slides, east/west full queen bed, washer/dryer hookups, seating directly across from a large TV - the list goes on. GD does not void the warrnanty for full timers, has decent build quality and the 337 is 35 feet long. Clicky Good luck in your search.
2012Coleman 11/22/19 05:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: campground to avoid

Wow - this thread is like an episode of survivor - posters teaming up and disparaging each other. Maybe I'll link it to one of those threads asking why people don't post here anymore.
2012Coleman 11/19/19 04:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Inspection with GoodSam RV Financing

Apologies for not being OT, but you might want to check your local credit union rates before financing thru a RV dealer.Totally agree - finance through your financial institution, and get an inspection that will actually give you worthwhile info.
2012Coleman 11/19/19 04:47am Beginning RVing
RE: The flat-Earth conspiracy is spreading around the globe

If the earth was flat, a rainbow would be a straight line - and if it was, why would NASA want to hide the fact?
2012Coleman 11/18/19 05:03am Around the Campfire
RE: stopping point/overnight camp between Ohio & Fort Wilderness

Stone Mountain, Atlanta GA. I drove it from the NW Chicago suburbs. Only stopping for food and gas. That's 14 hours. So from OH it shouldn't be too bad. We stayed at the Forsyth KOA when coming home. It was a decent place, no complaints. Stone MTN is the better choice.I was going to suggest Stone Mountain as well - if you decide to stay there, go to their website for directions around a very low overpass on the route that GPS will take you.
2012Coleman 11/13/19 05:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Signing a power of attorney for bank when selling your RV

You keep calling this company "a bank". It's not a bank. If your comfortable signing over your title before having the cash in you hand, then more power to ya.
2012Coleman 11/13/19 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: campsite photos

I use CampsitePhotos.com to scope out what a site looks like, but I would never count on a picture on that site to tell me what amperage was available at the site - I use that site often, and I'm not sure how you can tell from a photo anything about the electric hookup - you can see a power post in the pictures - that's about it. Your best bet is to use the CG's website to find out what hookups are available and what surface the site has - paved, sand, crushed stone, etc. But your camping and having a good time, and that's what counts most.
2012Coleman 11/12/19 11:56am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Screws being pulled out on Awning

I appreciate all the replies. It is not new. It is a 2015 that I bought Friday. I had not seen this issue. There is no warrantee other than a 30 day major appliance. their warrantee's are just about worthless anyway. The salesman called me today to see how it towed and I told him about this issue and a few others and he basically told me to have a nice day. Im not sure what im going to do about it. Its a Apex with a fiberglass skin over Azdel over aluminium frame.If you can't do the work, then find an RV tech - there is a website where they are reviewed - I forget the name, or search in the RV_Camping section of your local Craigslist. I know of 5 other people with this same issue, different brands of campers. The fix is using molly rivets.
2012Coleman 11/12/19 11:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Signing a power of attorney for bank when selling your RV

Many (Most) car dealers have you sign a POA when you trade in your old car. It is in all the other stack of papers. If the bank is going to give you the check within a few minutes of signing the POA, no problem. But if it is a few days????????? yes, that's standard procedure when trading to a dealer AT CLOSING. But, like I've said the lender wants the POA executed before issuing and sending the check out. I figure is will be at least a several days before I will see a check... They are sendng the check to the buyer and in turn he will give it to me at wich time im required to give him the titleSo what happens if the buyer all of the sudden decides he wants to buy something else with the check and sticks this financing company? They have POA over your title - you loose. I googled this company - they don't lend any less than 15K so that's a big sum to be burning a hole in your pocket. and why don't THEY want possession of the title? Instead they are letting the seller posses the title? I'd tell the guy to either deal with a bank that you can actually go to -or go somewhere else. Sure, you want to sell it - but don't get swindled.
2012Coleman 11/12/19 11:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Signing a power of attorney for bank when selling your RV

Don't do it - all the sudden there will be something wrong, the purchaser will want it for less, and you won't be able to do anything about it. Not sure what a bank would want you to essentially give them your RV before you got paid for it. Tell the buyer if he wants it, it will be on your terms, not his, otherwise pack sand.
2012Coleman 11/11/19 09:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Screws being pulled out on Awning

This happened on my Reflection 303RLS. The dealer recommended fix is to use 3/16" x 1" moly rivets, not just regular pop rivets. Moly rivets have wings that spread on the back-side thus will provide a secure anchor. If still under warranty, I'd have them fix it with this type of rivet, or do it yourself. Mine was out of warranty a few months ant they fixed it anyway.
2012Coleman 11/11/19 09:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Leave slide out?

Your not there - pull the slides in. The camper is better sealed with them in than out.
2012Coleman 11/11/19 08:49am Fifth-Wheels
RE: best 5th wheel hitch for std. bed 2500HD Chevy

I have the B&W companion manual slider. Love this hitch. I can hitch/unhitch at an angle - better check with some of those auto sliders, some require you to back straight in. I can also see the jaws clearly locked around the king pin. The manual slider is not a PITA - at least IMO. Downside, it is heavy. I use an engine stand and lifting bracket bought from etrailer.com to get it out when needed. Thread on lifting bracket Bought the hitch at etrailer too - they drop shipped it to my house for free.
2012Coleman 11/11/19 08:28am Tech Issues
RE: I take back all the good stuff I've said about Les Schwabs!

With tires, it's always a good idea to shop around. In my case, I save a little over $400 on top of the line Michelin's for the wife's car at Costco - Discount Tire is usually my go to place. And I thought I had a good service place until months after having it there for service which required them putting it on a lift, I found both rocker panels crushed under the rear doors. The side steps concealed the damage. 2K to get it fixed, can no longer prove that this shop did it. My advice, if your truck has been on a lift, check it thoroughly before leaving.
2012Coleman 11/07/19 05:05am Tow Vehicles
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