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RE: Blue Ox Tow Bar

Not dissing the OP here, but some of his 'issues' could have been avoided if he'd bought directly from BlueOx. From the web page of his distributor... "We are an independent authorized dealer for Blue Ox products, not affiliated with Automatic Equipment Manufacturing." I've installed three Blue Ox base plates and found their instructions to be easy to read. The wires on the nuts are the only way to get them in place and get them secured. Blue Ox personnel are always easy to reach and very informative. I find them to be an above average company....Dennis Not true! I bought from Blue Ox.com who is the distributer for Blue Ox - they have no idea how the baseplates are installed. They were nice but could not help. Blue Ox was not available to help. The base plate for the 2019 Ford Ranger is next to impossible to install. Well, my friend, you posted you purchased and dealt with the folks at BlueOxTowBars.com which simply sells BlueOx products. They are NOT affiliated with Automatic Equipment Manufacturing (AKA Blue Ox) as per their disclaimer. I've dealt with the manufacturer and found them to be excellent. I'm sure most, if not all of the positive posts here are from people who have done likewise. IMO, you simply got a bad distributor not a bad product....Dennis
Executive 12/05/19 09:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blue Ox Tow Bar

Not dissing the OP here, but some of his 'issues' could have been avoided if he'd bought directly from BlueOx. From the web page of his distributor... "We are an independent authorized dealer for Blue Ox products, not affiliated with Automatic Equipment Manufacturing." I've installed three Blue Ox base plates and found their instructions to be easy to read. The wires on the nuts are the only way to get them in place and get them secured. Blue Ox personnel are always easy to reach and very informative. I find them to be an above average company....Dennis
Executive 12/04/19 09:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: "Balancing" motorhome heating systems.

You run the heater at night ??? :).....Dennis
Executive 12/02/19 10:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What jack to have onboard for roadside tire changes?

Like someone above I have Coach Net, a cell phone, and various credit cards and cash. 78 years old and not fooling with flat tires but there is a mounted 22.5 spare sitting in my garage, why I don't know! But what about those areas of our country where there is no cell service? No cell service means an LEO will be by shortly....Dennis
Executive 12/02/19 10:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What jack to have onboard for roadside tire changes?

a working, charged cellphone, a roadside service plan and a credit card. THIS ...Dennis
Executive 12/02/19 10:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Have no electrical power and no propane on one side of coach

Stop by a CG and plug in. Unless you're unlucky enough to find two pedestals that are bad, you'll know if the issue is in your rig or your friends pedestal. In answer to your question, yes, transfer switches can go bad although rarely. Easy to check but you have to know what you're doing...Dennis
Executive 12/01/19 09:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Have no electrical power and no propane on one side of coach

The other day I started the coach as the batteries were low and let it run for about 15 minutes. I also Reset the a/c out 1 and 2 on the inverter and when I checked the bathroom lights, they came on. Since you apparently 'fixed' it once, your issue seems to be easier to decipher. It would appear resetting the inverter, (if I read your post correctly) fixed it the first time. Check those and see if they need to be reset again. If so, you'll need to find out why they are tripping. First place I'd look would be at your friends' pedestal. Many people, electricians as well, don't understand or use the correct equipment when installing RV pedestals in their homes. The suggestion of running off your generator is good advice. Your batteries need to be fully charged also....Dennis
Executive 11/30/19 09:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Garmin GPS

As with any electronic gadget, garbage in garbage out. Regardless of which one you purchase, the 770 is significantly cheaper than the 780 cuz it's older, be sure to explore ALL it's features and know how they work. If you program the GPS to take you on the shortest route, you may find more dirt roads than you would if you asked for the fastest route. Also, if you put in "Avoid toll roads" or any of the myriad of other "options" you'll get taken on different routes. Set your GPS to your liking and it'll take you there. We have the 770 and like it a lot....For more reading click on the link below......Dennis 770 vs 780
Executive 11/28/19 12:53pm Technology Corner
RE: tv

1111....Dennis
Executive 11/28/19 12:40pm Technology Corner
RE: .

Tried to report this post to the moderator but received an error. I don't think this kind of post is allowed. Appears the 'mods' got it anyway. :). But, if you look at his 'name' I think you can figure things out.....Dennis
Executive 11/18/19 09:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Algodones. Dental. "molar" city

Clicky..Dennis Path1 - Click on the advanced tab and locate this icon. Click on it and follow the prompts....Dennis https://i.imgur.com/OTKTFHZl.jpg
Executive 11/17/19 10:49am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Diesel Pusher upgrading to heavier toad-advice needed

Bottom line (based on physics):/snip/ http://forum.dieselrvclub.org/index.php/topic,6594.0.html Interesting read, Brett, thanks.....Dennis
Executive 11/06/19 10:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: SPARE TIRE

I carry a Visa card. Lot less weight and less stress. A 19.5 tire can be purchased and mounted anywhere. In over 50 years of RVing I've only had 2 flats. Don't overthink this...JMHO.....Dennis
Executive 11/01/19 10:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New old ride

:S That’s egg on my face. Proof the smart phone shouldn’t be trusted. My wife went shopping the other day for a new outfit. She texted me a picture and asked me if it made her look fat! I texted back...Noooo! My phone 'corrected' it to Moo! I'm in deep doo doo right now...look at the phone before pushing send....Dennis
Executive 10/30/19 05:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Side mirror turn cameras

Could be a loose wire in the smart wheel....Dennis
Executive 10/22/19 01:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Motorcoach Owner...

Post a picture or it doesn't exist. Forum rules....:W....Dennis
Executive 10/22/19 01:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco - Front Slide Controller

I have a 07, 42ft Camelot -- Look in the rear run bay on the curb side -- It should be on the upper left hand corner -- Black plate with white connectors -- Bill Willard That's where mine is too.....Dennis
Executive 10/22/19 01:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Almost lost a mud flap...

FYI. Mud flaps are not to keep your toad clean. Mud flaps are there for the protection of other vehicles following you. Your rear tires, like those on trucks, pick up rocks and debris from the road and hurl them skyward looking for the windshield of some poor unsuspecting fool using the highway with you. The mud flap normally will direct that downward back toward the pavement.....Dennis
Executive 10/16/19 09:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pickle on My Entry Door Grab Handle

SuperBus, I have the solution; I will take one for the team and trade our mint 1 owner Kountry Star for your London Aire. And seeing as I'm such a team player, I won't even charge you for the swap. Please let me know how you'd like to move ahead with this and we'll make it happen. :B :B :B Am I helpful? :h Can he keep the pickle???....:W....Dennis
Executive 10/15/19 09:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electrical issue

FYI the 'breakers' on the inverter are different than ones you find in your electrical panel. They are usually button breakers. These are very small and easily missed. Look for a button about 1/8" in diameter. Push it in and see if that works....Dennis
Executive 10/10/19 11:43am Class A Motorhomes
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