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RE: Forest River Cardinal and Cedar Creek Question

They are totally different. Different method of construction.
B.O. Plenty 11/21/20 10:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: General 5th Wheel Brand Question

I bought a Cedar Creek 2016 Hathaway model. Here's what I like: Hung walls with residential insulation. Walls have studs on 16" centers and are screwed in place. Cannot delaminate, have room to allow electrical boxes and plugs on outside walls. Hydraulic leveling and slide out mechanisms. Room on each side of the bed even into the slide-out. Making the bed is a breeze. Very quiet and efficient ducted A/C. "I" beam frame also has a square tube stiffener welded along the length for reinforcement. Brand name appliances, carpet, furniture and mattress. Very happy with ours. Factory has been very receptive about sending me parts for things I can fix or okaying mobile service for other repairs.' B.O.
B.O. Plenty 11/10/20 08:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Snowbird Refunds

I got taken for a $200.00 deposit by a park in Edinburg TX. when I found I had to have surgery for cancer. Let them know on plenty of time. No concessions of any kind. I'm doing fine now, needless to say I'll never go back there. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 11/09/20 08:28pm Snowbirds
RE: Motorhome vs travel trailer for cross country with pets??

Full size rear wheel drive van and a trailer. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 11/09/20 08:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Remote Door Lock?

I have one. Love it. Just have to remember to change the batteries every few months. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 07/31/20 03:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cost to install apparatus for Flat-towing

So if I buy new, use it ten years, it gets worn out and fails, you’ll be ok? Have you heard of anybody that’s has been sued for equipment failure? Bald tires? Overweight? Insurance pays for all that. Civil suits happen but they are rare. 100% correct. The sky is not falling. Pretty easy to look at a tow bar and mount to see if something is wrong with it. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 07/30/20 01:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Realistic Price for Class C

They sell RVs, cars whatever everyday. You buy once every year or five years. There is no way you can beat them at their game. The best you can do is to stack the odds in your favor. The salesperson doesn't just have to sell you, they have to sell the sales manager also if they want to get a commission. Best day to buy is the last day of the month for sure. They have quotas and bonuses at stake. That last little skinny deal they make this month might just put them over the top for a fat bonus check. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 07/28/20 12:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best Fiver these days

I haven't hear a complaint about about a newer model RV with a Lippert frame in several years. Like all the old ST tire complaints I think that has pretty much come to an end. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 05/24/20 01:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Snowbirding 2020/21

Texas hill country. Jan to May. Just try and stop me. I can sit inside there as well as at home. No ice and no snow to slip amd fall on. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 05/14/20 09:29pm Snowbirds
RE: our current FINANCIAL situation

Retired. Nothing has changed. Pensions are the same, SS is the same. Same lifestyle. Like a lot of retirees, if we decide we want something, if we can afford it, we buy it. I think that's where a lot of RV sales are going. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 05/13/20 08:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sagging springs on 2 yr old TT ??

If you find they are sagging, just change the, yourself. Did all four on my fifth wheel in 4 hours. Had some outrageous quotes. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 05/10/20 11:15pm Tech Issues
RE: How much off MSRP now?

At least one manufacturer increased the margins on the MSRP to over 50% nearer 60%. When they say they are losing money on every unit they sell, offer to lock the doors for them. Yes I would shoot for 50% to 55% off even 60% as any unit unsold cost them money on floor plan interest. Those buying RVs may be in better financial situations than many still working...most have to watch the budget and budgets are shrinking as Retirements took a very serious hit. Sales are way down now, and they want to move inventory. They will try to get the most out of a Consuemr as they can. If you feel like you are not going to get the deal you wnt, take the figures they give you and shop and bluff. Line up financing first if you can that is a letter of credit in the old days. Offer them 50% and no more and tell them you are ready to write the check t your price. Can't imagine this will fly. They can only go so low. Don't think any dealer is going to sell at a loss just to sell a unit. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 05/07/20 10:58am General RVing Issues
RE: BIL with Superglide drops his trailer

X3 Get out, bend over and look with a flashlight. Check that the pin is captured by the fifth wheel. You may be high hitched, or maybe submarined the pin (pin rode up and over, dropped in front of the fifth wheel). Do it the same way every time. Don't let people or events distract you. Checklists are good, if you use them. I agree 100% One of the first things you learn in a class A drivers training class is to get out and shine your flashlight at the pin and make sure it is properly latched. It is very easy to high hitch a Super Glide. Had one. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/29/20 05:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New Truck 4x4 or 4x2 ??

Do yourself a big favor and get a F350 and skip the F250,it is all about payload. Even with a gas engine, you want as much payload as possible. He's got a good point ESPECIALLY if you get a 250 diesel. Then you've got just as much payload as a 150. But you do need to check license fees some places like Cal. really hammer the 1 ton trucks.
B.O. Plenty 04/27/20 02:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New Truck 4x4 or 4x2 ??

Do yourself a big favor and get a F350 and skip the F250,it is all about payload. Even with a gas engine, you want as much payload as possible. He's got a good point ESPECIALLY if you get a 250 diesel. Then you've got just as much payload as a 150. But you do need to check license fees some places like Cal. really hammer the 1 ton trucks. Other places like Minnesota really hammer anything smaller than a one ton. Example my one-ton is based on weight, plates cost around $150.00/yr. Ram 2500 I got rid of started at well over $500.00 a year. It was based on value. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/27/20 02:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Kia Soul as a dinghy

Call Kia customer service and get the straight answer. You might be able to tow it anyway but it will probably void your warranty without their blessing. An option would be to find a 2019 model. They're out there. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/27/20 11:17am Dinghy Towing
RE: Trapped?

In the TX Hill Country since Jan. Not trapped but not in a hurry to leave a small county with very few cases to move to our home in a metropolitan suburb with many cases. We have everything we need here. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/26/20 11:28pm Snowbirds
RE: Slider hitch - How to Question

Can't see that it would anything to lube it. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/26/20 11:27am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Flag pole buddy

Sorry I had trouble doing a link but it’s the flag pole buddy 1.5 or 2.0 mounting brackets. Was wondering if it’s strong enough for a pole with a satellite dish mounted to it going down the road. never. It's plastic, the pole can bounce up and down, the antennae is heavy in comparison. Don't even think of this. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/23/20 09:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you drink.......

Never have. Why take a chance with the little bit of water you actually use for drinking. B.O.
B.O. Plenty 04/20/20 11:03am Truck Campers
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