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Houston Texas to Montana

Hi all- So, planning a trip from Houston to Livingston MT this July. We’ll be staying (parking RV) with family, so we’re good there. The furthest North we’ve ever driven the RV is to Durango, CO. Not used to driving in the mountains and not very experienced with that. My question is... what is the best route to take once out of Texas? With the least amount of steep or narrow mountain roads. This is our first trip there and really don’t know what to expect road wise. Pretty used to southern flat roads with a small hill or two. Thanks for any tips!
Houston Camping Guys 06/07/20 05:03pm Roads and Routes
RE: Forest River Lexington tire issue

Thanks for the information! I’ll check it out.
Houston Camping Guys 01/31/20 03:38pm Class C Motorhomes
Forest River Lexington tire issue

I’ve been having an issue lately and need some help. Mistake 1. Going to Discount Tire. I took my 270GTS to get a tire checked out. The tech for some reason took off the valve stem (original metal stem) and replaced it. The issue was not the valve stem. He said that the original stem was incorrect for a Ford E450 so as a courtesy he changed it. However, now the stem is way too short (outside tire) and I can’t even check the air now, not even with my double headed chuck. No one so far knows what size valve stem it should have. 2. Tried extensions, (recommendation from tire shops) but they all fail within 30 miles (yes metal). So... does anyone know the proper size the metal air valve stem (length) should be? The issue is with the rear exterior tires. We’re planning a trip to Montana in May and really need to get this resolved by then.
Houston Camping Guys 01/28/20 03:09pm Class C Motorhomes
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