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RE: Roof coatings.

New EPDM: $9000, 1 year warranty. Rhino Coating: $6500, 10 year warranty. I'm very happy with my Rhino coating job, and even happier that it was paid for by my auto insurance policy!
CarnationSailor 03/29/20 12:26pm Tech Issues
RE: Snowbird parks and Coronavirus

I can't say what the management of our park may have considered, but it did sponsor an "end of season" party last night.
CarnationSailor 03/07/20 01:52pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Snowbird parks and Coronavirus

While we are thinking numbers approximately 6000 people die EACH DAY in this country and nary a news story. Die of what? Old age?
CarnationSailor 03/07/20 01:51pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: The Coronavirus

Summer is 3 months away. I think it's too early to know what the coronavirus situation will be by then. I'll wait at least 2 months before cancelling any reservations.
CarnationSailor 03/07/20 01:38pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: MOTOR HOME REPAIR

:B Old Al's going to fit in just fine here LOL. Give the man a break. Maybe he's hard of hearing! :)
CarnationSailor 03/05/20 04:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Possible Problems at US Border

I guess we all know about this hysteria and why it is here. It is the end result of poor government performance and the CDC that used to be in place to warn and protect us being unfunded. People left to their own devices normally don't do well. Think of all the hurricanes and how all the Home Depots are empty of plywood. It happens every year and they still have no water or food for an emergency and those are the ones that happen yearly. Wash you hands often, carry disinfectant wet sheets in your car and use them! Stay away from public anything as much as possible. Use common sense. Actually it is caused by the over hype of the media. The virus itself is not as dangerous as the flue. it has a 98% survival rate, and so far in the US. The 9 deaths have all been in a Nursing home in Washington St. And were people that were already seriously ill. and we all know why the Media is pushing it so hard. Not true. It is more dangerous than the flu which has a survival rate of 99.9%. That makes coronavirus 20 times more deadly than the flu. Not saying we need to panic, but let's get the facts right.
CarnationSailor 03/04/20 11:18am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Crater Lake

A few Mazama campground sites are large enough for a 5th-wheel, but still looked tight to get into. Diamond Lake is a great place to camp. Recommend the RV park there as almost all of the Forest Service sites are too small for your trailer.
CarnationSailor 03/02/20 07:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: towing capability

According to the below link, yes: https://www.ramtrucks.com/assets/towing_guide/pdf/2017_ram_1500_towing_charts.pdf
CarnationSailor 02/14/20 12:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: White Sands National Park

Yes, there is no problem pulling your 5th wheel thru White Sands National "Monument". Also, there are plenty of very large parking areas if you want to stop and explore. And there are spots to camp. I stand corrected. I didn't know of the recent elevation to national park status, and I was wrong about camping which exists but only in the form of backcountry camping.
CarnationSailor 02/13/20 10:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: White Sands National Park

Yes, there is no problem pulling your 5th wheel thru White Sands National "Monument". Also, there are plenty of very large parking areas if you want to stop and explore. And there are spots to camp.
CarnationSailor 02/13/20 09:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bottom frame to slide out seal

https://rv.steelerubber.com/
CarnationSailor 02/03/20 07:31pm Tech Issues
RE: Chucking - trouble shooting

I am towing a 36 foot 5th with my 2500 HD short bed, TrailAir Tri-Glide pin box and Demco auto slide hitch. I get no chucking except for the occasional severely uneven highway seam/joint. Also, my 5th is 3 inches high in the front. Good luck.
CarnationSailor 02/02/20 10:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Chucking - trouble shooting

A third thing is concerning the factory overload engagement. IS it staying fully engaged or fully disengaged? If spring is bouncing off overloads -the ride suffers greatly Good luck! I don’t know what this is or I’m not understanding what you’re referring to. Thanks. My 2015 Silverado HD 2500 did not come with overload springs. GM put overloads only on the 3500 that year. I have to wonder if they put overloads on your 2019.
CarnationSailor 02/02/20 09:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Substancial deposit required

Just an observation that may our may not be accurate. Deposit requirements at private RV parks are higher in the East (typically 1/2 or full down) than in the West (typically a 1 night or no deposit).
CarnationSailor 01/14/20 10:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: EPass Extra thoughts

Use the link provided and place your order through it. https://www.cfxway.com/e-pass-xtra/ Thanks for the link, but I only need the E-ZPass without the XTRA. I should have said that my travel is limited to the midwest and the northeast. So any info on how I can get just the E-ZPass?
CarnationSailor 01/12/20 10:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: EPass Extra thoughts

Living in Washington and planned a trip to the East later this year. Where would I buy an E-ZPass? Do I just pick any state that sells them and buy one online from that state's E-ZPass website?
CarnationSailor 01/12/20 06:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Coast on the uphills accelerate on the downhills

Regarding pulling over and letting things cool down, I was advised by a transmission shop some years ago if the transmission overheats, I should pull over, but keep the engine running until the transmission cooled down.
CarnationSailor 01/06/20 07:51pm Towing
RE: Better/safer to have only one w/d bar? Or none?

Getting a repair or replacement can't happen until after our return leg later this weekReally?? What if your drawbar breaks because you've exceeded its rating? Just speculating on what the other side of the coin looks like. Not sure, but I think the forces on a drawbar are about the same with or without a WDH. That is, I don't think the purpose of a WDH is to reduce the force on the drawbar.
CarnationSailor 12/29/19 08:44am Towing
RE: Typical problem we all see in RV parks.

I'm starting to notice the older I get the more I gripe about things I did when I was a youngster. X2
CarnationSailor 12/20/19 08:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Typical problem we all see in RV parks.

Many of the RV parks I have been to do segregate the long-term residents (many of whom work) from the short-term or overnighters. As to this form of discrimination being illegal, it isn't. Discrimination, per se, is not illegal. It is only illegal if a law says it is, such as based on race, sex, etc.
CarnationSailor 12/20/19 08:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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