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Defunct RV Brand Yakima WA

Anyone remember the name of an RV brand that was made in Yakima, WA? Had a good reputation for quality, but went out of business a while ago.
CarnationSailor 06/18/20 06:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wheel Bearing Repack

Yes, about $20 per wheel.
CarnationSailor 06/16/20 08:18am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wheel Bearing Repack

Okay, thanks all. I guess I haven't been keeping up with the times because I've done this work myself for so many years. I still think $375 for labor-only is high. You're going to pay at least another $125 for parts and sales tax. I would check around some more.
CarnationSailor 06/15/20 05:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wheel Bearing Repack

I've had dual axles done 3 times. 1.5 hours tops. Last time, it cost me about $375 including parts, labor, and tax.
CarnationSailor 06/15/20 08:43am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Internet Cable Connection

When snowbirding in Palm Springs, I subscribe to high-speed internet from Spectrum so I can stream my TV content via an Amazon Fire TV device and Hulu. It is provided via the normal cable TV connection at the site. The first time I hooked up my router to a TV jack (the one with the amplifier), my internet speeds were very slow and intermittent. The Spectrum tech came out and identified the problem as "noise" being introduced by the amplifier circuitry. He said RV's are notorius for doing this. The solution was to place the router in a "basement" compartment and connect it directly to the site's cable feed on the post. Works great. I think that even if you are able to identify and fix the problem with your RV's wiring, the router may not work well when connected to it. Ultimatley, you may have to go with a solution similar to what I did. Good Luck.
CarnationSailor 06/13/20 09:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Primary care doctor? One in the north, one in the south?

Last year I had a trip to the ER in Palm Springs, CA where I was treated. The ER said to followup with my PCP in two weeks. I said no problem. Then I tried to find a doc that would see me in less than the standard 4 month wait for a "new patient" appt. (I didn't have a PCP in CA.) After a lot of talking, I was able to get an appt. in 3 weeks. I liked this doctor so I asked her to be my Snowbird PCP, and she agreed. I saw her again 3 months later for a different issue, then soon after she moved from the area. I plan to search for a new Snowbird PCP about 4 months before we head south this year. That way my "new patient" appt. should happen soon after we arrive. I like having a local PCP at both ends so that I can quickly be seen by someone I know and trust rather than taking "potluck" at an urgent care.
CarnationSailor 06/09/20 09:46pm Snowbirds
RE: "Poles on slide?" 1999 Jayco Eagle model 266

Thanks for the reply! I was able to find the manual online. My question has been answered. What was the answer?! Sharing is nice.
CarnationSailor 06/06/20 10:18am Travel Trailers
RE: Sealants of choice

ProFlex X3.
CarnationSailor 06/01/20 09:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lassen Volcanic National Park Opens

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., said: "The right to swing my fist ends where the other man's nose begins." Or the freedom to move around ends where another person's freedom to not have their space invaded begins.
CarnationSailor 05/31/20 10:05am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: tv amplifier

CarnationSailor 05/28/20 03:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tire Balance

Balancing is good. They will also tell you no need to rotate, but I do that too. If you search the forum, you'll find out why it's a good idea.
CarnationSailor 05/26/20 01:21pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: I must have violated one of the rules

A few days ago I posted what I thought was informative information on the 1918 pandemic and referred the reader to an excellent book on the subject and listed the name of the book and the author. It didn't make it to the Forum so listing the book must have been a no no. But I will summarize and point out that the author stated that in the past 100 years we have not been able to develop an effective vaccine against the `old' flu (actually four different strains) so what are the chances of developing one for Covid-19 by the end of the year? We can always hope for a miracle. Depends on the author's definition of "effective". If defined as a flu vaccine that stops you from getting the current year's strain most of the years, then yes, we have effective flu vaccines. I have had the shot every year without fail for over 50 years and have not gotten the flu once. I don't believe this would be true if the flu vaccines were ineffective. If defined as a one and done vaccine that is good for life like polio, small pox, etc., then no, we do not have an effective vaccine; however, I think what we have is good enough.
CarnationSailor 05/26/20 12:05pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Trailer Reverse Lights

CarnationSailor 05/25/20 01:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: ohio state parks

As a test, I picked electric sites in Loop B during early August and there were dates available. Maybe it's just the dates you picked.
CarnationSailor 05/25/20 01:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What should getting wheel bearings packed cost?

When was the last time you had the wheel bearings on your tow vehicle repacked? Who are you asking?
CarnationSailor 05/24/20 12:11pm Tech Issues
RE: What should getting wheel bearings packed cost?

Just got it done at Les Schwab. Cost $170 per axle plus tax. This included new bearing seals which typically are replaced when bearings are packed. They also inspected/adjusted the brakes and greased the suspension wet bolts for free. It used to cost about $100 per axle plus tax, but a couple of years ago they discovered they were charging way below the competition (which I verified) and raised their rates a bunch. I don't like the price increase, but they seem to do a good job.
CarnationSailor 05/24/20 11:51am Tech Issues
RE: vented box for Honda 2200 generator

Sometimes not hard enough! Like when I soaked a red ant nest with gas, bent down, and lit it off with my cigarette lighter. I'm still waiting for all of my eyebrows to grow back!
CarnationSailor 05/23/20 11:30am Tech Issues
RE: Airbag fill ports?

On the bottom of the rear quarter panel (fender?) pointing downward. One on each side. I didn't choose this location. It was chosen by the vendor that installed the air bags, and seems to be a good location. I think the lower part of the panel is plastic. I saw holes there... I was worried about ice build up or road gravel causing damage. Several inside the wheel well as well, where the optional liner would attach. Same concerns. How have yours held up? They still look like new after 5 years;however, I don't drive on snow or ice.
CarnationSailor 05/22/20 07:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Airbag fill ports?

On the bottom of the rear quarter panel (fender?) pointing downward. One on each side. I didn't choose this location. It was chosen by the vendor that installed the air bags, and seems to be a good location. I think the lower part of the panel is plastic.
CarnationSailor 05/22/20 04:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: vented box for Honda 2200 generator

I used one of these and was very happy with it. I had mine custom built a bit wider so that I could put a 2-gallon gas can in the same box. One of those tall, wide, and narrow plastic gas cans that people carry on ATV's.
CarnationSailor 05/22/20 11:21am Tech Issues
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