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RE: Thanks for fixing the forum problems.

still coming up with error messages on some forums.
Edd505 10/13/19 07:20pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Texas to Washington State

Google maps, will give you the shortest route.
Edd505 10/13/19 07:18pm Roads and Routes
RE: Truckers Atlas ~ Best ~ most preferred

Rand McNally 2019 Truckers--I found it to be almost workless because of the yellow/orange highlighting of the truck routes. This obscured just about all the other detail on the map. And there isn't that much detail in the first place. This map would be fine if all you are interested in is following a truckers route. But for many RVers who want to deviate from those paths you are better off with a better atlas. Get RV Trip Wizard or other planning software that marks and avoids hazards on the trip. You put in your rigs height and length and it adjusts the route accordingly. That was a trucker bible before GPS. It's still a good reference for larger RV's, if that class 8 truck at 80,000 can go so can your RV. It has all the info you need if you know how to read a map. Yep GPS is faster but the old ways still work.
Edd505 10/13/19 07:10pm Roads and Routes
RE: Window Haze

Recently bought a Class A and most of the windows seem to be double paned and they have a really bad white haze..Does anyone know of a way to get it off without replacing the whole window? Is the fog inside or etched glass outside? I have had luck polishing glass with a buffer and jewelers rouge.
Edd505 10/11/19 11:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Traveling to Austin from Las Vegas

Right now all roads are good, winter go south as quick as you can, Google maps is your friend. BB_TX have you been to Fredericksburg lately? I went through on a weekend, big mistake, Fredericksburg was a zoo. Fredericksburg has become a big tourist trap and every other business is a micro brew, Google may know that, so the detour around town.
Edd505 10/11/19 11:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: nice job GS roadside

1st negative I have ever seen n coach net.
Edd505 10/11/19 11:13pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Freshwater Hookup Port Question

Replace existing port with a deck plate thru floor that you can cover when not in use. Small one just for hose. deck plate +1 simple and cheap
Edd505 10/11/19 11:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Carlsbad Caverns NM

Chosa Campground south, free camp area no facilities, day or two. Sun West or Buds, full hookups. Get reservations like it's been said the oil fields are booming. Scratch Whites as a dump unless you want very convenient because it's close to the Cavern entrance. If your have time stay for the night flight, educational talk by the rangers and amazing.
Edd505 10/11/19 11:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hope all you Snowbirds got out ahead of the blizzards!
Edd505 10/11/19 10:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: You might be an RV if?

You might be a rv'r if you have used your foot to flush. Always an issue when we get back home.
Edd505 10/11/19 10:37pm RV Lifestyle
RE: From the mouths of babes...
Edd505 10/11/19 10:33pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Leveling Jack Pads

For heaves sake, I don't need to put my "Stabilizer Jacks" down so hard as to lift the rig off of the ground. A short 2X6 or a extra plastic leveler block is all I need. I'm not planning on keeping it stable during a earthquake. And, of the girlfriend and I are rocking it around a bit I don't care who cares. But, to each their own. Some of us have levelers, not stabilizers. Mine can easily lift the tires off the ground. Not recommended. I do use a stack of legos to shorten the legs, the shorter the less wobble.
Edd505 10/11/19 10:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: "We're sorry. An error has Occurred"

Getting the error messages again on several forums, sorry an error has occured
Edd505 10/10/19 10:13pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Myrtle Beach, SC to Quartzsite, AZ in January

We are going to be making the trip from the Myrtle Beach area to Quartzsite, AZ in January. We will be taking route 10 west. If any of you have made this drive, how long did it take you to get there. We are in no hurry to arrive at our destination. We would also like to make some stops along the way. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance. Dale Driving 50 or 80, TX has legal speeds of 85MPH, NM & AZ 75. Hours driving? I'm retired so 200-250 and I'm done.
Edd505 10/10/19 10:03pm Roads and Routes
RE: Blizzard hits plains states and PNW

Might help if you read the article and not just post. Spokane WA got 3.3" with a full blow blizzard predicted date Oct 9 2019.
Edd505 10/10/19 09:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Replacing Thethrod toilet with Dometic

I just did this last month. The Dometic 310 fit right on the flange the Therford had been on. You'll love the Dometic, uses a bit more water but water in the black tanks your friend. While you have the toilet out, put a shark bite shut off it the supply line. My Therford went TU on a weekend so I had to shut water off to the entire 5W. Won't happen again with the shut off.
Edd505 10/10/19 09:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is the manual slide out override on my 2011 Komfort?

My old Jayco you could use a ratchet on a bolt under there.
Edd505 10/10/19 09:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: MH accident in gas station!

I can't walk & climb stars so I bought a Class A. Past time for licensing to drive something this large. Most states all you need is a drivers license. How many know how to do an air brake test? Hoe many actually do? It ain't like driving your Prius like 1320fastback said.
Edd505 10/10/19 09:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford 6.7L 1050 ft lbs TQ at 1,600 rpm, 475 HP at 2,800 rpm

Except when it comes time for repairs; the 7.3L will cost much less than most everything on the 6.7L.....;) Could be but my diesel mechanic said he has never had a 6.7 apart for repairs, just maintenance and to make stuff fall off.
Edd505 10/10/19 08:56pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford 6.7L 1050 ft lbs TQ at 1,600 rpm, 475 HP at 2,800 rpm

I started with a 1999 SD, 2000 SD,2006 SD, and current 2015 SD, each has been an improvement over the prior and the 2015 by far the quietest and pulls the best. Loved my 7.3's but they just don't compare to the 6.7.
Edd505 10/09/19 06:02pm Tow Vehicles
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