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RE: Fiberglass Roof

I had my winnie for 14 years with no issues. but I agree with Ron that this is not a fiberglass failure, it is a construction issue. patching it up with a layer of tape won't solve anything. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/21/19 06:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Big Bend Hwy 118 or 385

years back I went in on one of them and out the other. only hassle was a road block setup by the border patrol. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/20/19 04:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fiberglass Roof

I am not an authority on this, but it appears something much worse is occurring, a structural failure could be in the early stages. The house appears to be twisting excessively, first showing up in the fiberglass sheathing buckling at the connection between roof and walls. Please keep us updated. it surely looks like things have been twisted. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/20/19 11:21am Class C Motorhomes
RE: New trailer (almost)

T and that your going to contact an attorney, see what that does to the conversation. Jay D. My advice is against saying you'll get an attorney involved. In my business if someone says either of the "A" words (one being attorney) then I quit speaking to them and let my attorney get involved if/when we get a letter. Once you elevate the conversation to attorney then they may just sit back and not do anything. More flys with honey, as they say. Be polite, firm and respectful is my motto. Good luck I thought policy here was that if the word attorney, etc., was used, the thread would be closed. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/18/19 04:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water Fill Hose size

I found This and it fits and works very well and has a valve on it so you can control the flow rate and turn it off when needed. be sure to use some silicone seal or other stickum as the hose will slip off the mount and slide down into your water tank/syste. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/18/19 04:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Black Tank flush with valve closed

Is it common for people to close the valve with the hose still running in order to prime the tank with some fresh water? yes bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/17/19 04:38pm Tech Issues
RE: New trailer (almost)

your PDI should have stopped the sale with no money exchanged. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/17/19 04:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water Fill Hose size

are you talking gravity fill or "city water" fill. IIRC my gravity fill was not threaded and the hose just was pushed into the fitting. my city water has always been the standard hose screw on fitting. I am confused as to your situation. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/17/19 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: FIBERGLASS campers ??

When we looked at RV's we looked a class A, B & C & Trailers. We were worried about spending money & having poor quality & problems. So we accidentally found Fiberglass Trailers. They are ordered directly from the factory. The build quality is very good & they hold there value. Canada has several Fiberglass & regular Trailers that you can order from the factory. Taylor Coach for example. We ended up for us it is just 2 retired people and a dog the Casita Fiberglass Trailer. It tows very easy. Weight is 2800 pounds. Look at Oliver, Scamp, Big Foot ( They have a fiberglass 5th wheel. ) and others. Good luck when I was looking, I went to the Casita factory in TX and rather liked their bathroom layout compared to the scamp. to get a full height coat closet you needed to get the roof AC unit, not the lower one that was located at the bottom of the closet area. had a small table on the side with two swivel chairs and you could leave the dinette made up as a bed full time if desired. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/17/19 02:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hard wired surge protector

Four large wire nuts and the box is bypassed. Just leave some slack in the wire. But there are very few posts of random failures. Far more good reports of the protector saving the RV. so you are recommending buying one without a built in, easy to operate,function, and plan on going out in the rain with 4 wire nuts, rather than flipping a switch? bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/13/19 04:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hard wired surge protector

I would get something with a bypass feature. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/13/19 10:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing Jeep Trailhawk

since the vehicle has not been bought yet, it seems like a lot of issues/troubles to avoid. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/13/19 04:27am Dinghy Towing
RE: Tow Dolly VS flat tow

if you are going to flat tow, be sure to check the owner's manual for approval/instructions. that is the only valid source, not third party. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/11/19 07:40am Dinghy Towing
RE: Battery question

Heater???? you are running something other than pump and LEDs? bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/11/19 07:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Towing a SAAB 9-3 behind Class A motorhome?

? Doesn't make sense. The way I read that, you can tow 4 wheels down 75mph from coast to coast and back. But if either the front or rear wheels are on a dolly the max tow speed is 30mph, which would make for one long drive going coast to coast. ? You are correct. It is because of the all wheel drive. Honestly I'm surprised they allow you to dolly tow at all. I wouldn't dolly tow any awd vehicle. makes perfect sense to me bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/10/19 12:23pm Beginning RVing
RE: When were Balconies first used in the US?

I saw some in the 90s? that were TTs. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/10/19 06:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Pulling a TT that is pulling a Boat Trailer

From what little research I've done, it seems like it's only legal to tow two trailers if i have a fifth wheel. Isn't that triple towing and a no no in GA bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/09/19 12:55pm Beginning RVing
RE: Towing a SAAB 9-3 behind Class A motorhome?

According to Remco, the 2009 9-3 AWD, manual transmission must be Trailer Towed. Bumpy is correct. The owners manual is the best source of information. and according to camperdave, Remco is wrong,per the OM. bumpy Which is why I said the owners manual is the best source of information. ;) yep, I was just agreeing with you. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/09/19 05:16am Beginning RVing
RE: Towing a SAAB 9-3 behind Class A motorhome?

According to Remco, the 2009 9-3 AWD, manual transmission must be Trailer Towed. Bumpy is correct. The owners manual is the best source of information. and according to camperdave, Remco is wrong,per the OM. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/08/19 03:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: Towing a SAAB 9-3 behind Class A motorhome?

what does your owner's manual say? that is the only valid reference. bumpy
Bumpyroad 09/08/19 02:26pm Beginning RVing
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