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RE: To buy a generator or not...

If don't want to invest in something you won't use that much,I might look into just renting one. Around here you can rent a Honda for about $250 a week from Home Depot,there may be better deals where you live.
IAMICHABOD 07/26/21 04:23pm Truck Campers
RE: Extension Cord Useage - Guage

Following the recommendations here and my electrician I opted for a 10GA solid copper wire extension cord.
IAMICHABOD 07/24/21 10:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Where to find toads for sale

Escapees RV Club has a For Sale section that list some RV Network
IAMICHABOD 07/24/21 08:35am General RVing Issues
RE: Nexus class C

I am sure that Desert Captain will be along soon to extol everything you want,need,or ever dreamed of about that manufacturer.:B:B
IAMICHABOD 07/20/21 09:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Filling dually tires

According to the Spec sheet it says this "(TPMS; excludes spare; DRW)"
IAMICHABOD 07/15/21 11:19am Tech Issues
RE: Up grading my Class C

You could look into the RENTAL MARKET there you will find something newer and in your budget range,well maintained and solid. More than 135 members here have made that choice and are happy with it. It is a long thread but very informative and if you have any other questions that wasn't covered just ask and you will get an answer. Good Luck in your search.
IAMICHABOD 07/13/21 11:43am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mystery Switch

Looks like this? Mirror defroster
IAMICHABOD 07/12/21 09:34pm Class C Motorhomes
Where did you get THAT?

How often have you heard that when out flaunting that RV Lifestyle? Then someone asks you "HEY WHERE DID YOU GET THAT" Your answer is "I heard about/saw it on RV.NET"! I would like to thank the people here for helping me spend a lot MONEY at Amazon, E Bay, CW, Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, and so many other places. :B A man once said "True Knowledge Is Only Gained By Wasted Money" That being said. I would say that about 98% of the products that were suggested worked out very well. I always check them out before I buy and look at the reviews and ratings plus the X2 and X3 and so on that others put on the posts about something also sway my decision. The ones that really get my attention are the ones that put up a LINK OR Post a picture. People that say "look on Amazon" or some such nonsense just get put in my round file. So what have you found? Things that were talked about here and you went and bought, were satisfied with, and told others.
IAMICHABOD 07/12/21 02:07pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Want to rent a specific trailer to try out (Lance 2075).

Outdoorsy will let you do it but it is a bit of clicking around on their site.
IAMICHABOD 07/10/21 07:56am Travel Trailers
RE: open, screen emergency exit window for ventilation?

Nice, I like it! :) That is sort of what I had in mind, but would prefer to do it so that you would put the screen in or out, and could open or close the window, from the inside. Has anyone had issues with, or heard of, the seals on the window wearing out and leaking if you do this? Wondering if the seals on an emergency window may not be designed to be opened and closed regularly, and may wear out and start leaking if we did something like this... That was my first thought too,the inside frame is smooth, tried Velcro but the adhesive failed the first year and made a mess. Then rare earth magnets but there were gaps and bugs still got in. That is why I went to the pop in screen,tight fit and no bugs,a bit more work but does the job As for the seals on the window.I have been doing this for about 10 years now with no leaks but I always wipe the seal with 303 protectant
IAMICHABOD 07/09/21 11:21am General RVing Issues
RE: open, screen emergency exit window for ventilation?

I did exactly that,built a screen that popped into the opening from the outside then propped open the rear emergency exit window.
IAMICHABOD 07/09/21 10:10am General RVing Issues
RE: 2004 Tioga 23E water pump

I think if you pull out the lowest drawers below the wardrobe next to the couch,you have to take them all the way out and unclip and remove them,This video will show you how Your pump may be there,worth a look.
IAMICHABOD 07/08/21 10:46am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Considering move from class A to C

IAMICHABOD, Thanks for the link, Bill Your very welcome!
IAMICHABOD 07/07/21 04:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Check in/out timing...

OP here... For the record the Peehanga Resort is awesome and we look forward to returning the next time we are in the Temecula area. Next time when the area you should try Pala Casino RV park just over the hill from Pechanga,really nice RV Park,they have a free shuttle from your campsite and back or its a short walk. Having stayed at both a few times,I liked the laid back atmosphere there,smaller and less hectic and the prices for food and drink very much cheaper than Pachanga. The pools at the hotel are awesome,with outside bar and food. Plus the Valley is full of scenic drives, small fruit stands and wineries. There is also the Pala mini mart next to the park,just a short walk,it has almost everything you would need and has a killer Deli,sandwiches, pizza that is the best in the Valley, all at reasonable prices,they also have fresh local produce and wines. There is also a gas station there with angled pumps that are big rig friendly,easy entrance and exit.
IAMICHABOD 07/07/21 12:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fleetwood/Flexsteel Seat Covers

I have used RV Designer products with great luck.
IAMICHABOD 07/06/21 01:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering move from class A to C

Here is just one example that one of the members that has contributed to this thread did to address handling issues. Suspension Upgrades
IAMICHABOD 07/06/21 08:22am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

Booner, #130 on the list of happy owners. Thanks for the update of your Running Boards Mod on your Rig. A picture of it would be pretty helpful to the other members,if you have not done this before,This Link will walk you thru it. It really is pretty simple once you have done it. I have also made a CLICKY to the link for the Running Boards to make it easier for the others. Thanks for coming back and sharing with the group,it will be very helpful to the others,I am sure. Keep them coming :B
IAMICHABOD 07/05/21 03:27pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

I am back on the road, leaving Indiana this morning and heading to Charlottesville, VA, to visit my daughter and family. No problems fueling. Yay! Dale Good to hear,have a safe trip!
IAMICHABOD 07/05/21 03:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Are they still making this vent cover?

First see if you can get it off. If you haven't done this before Here is a short video that will help you. Then see what type vent lid you have using this to match up the hinge type,shown in the lower corner of each picture. If that does not work you may try This One You may need a new seal that goes on the metal edge this will make it a tight seal This is what you need Replace like this
IAMICHABOD 07/04/21 09:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Toy Hauler instead of TT (to carry 16' boat)

I saw one while staying at Newport Dunes a few years ago,he pulled up,dropped ramp and unloaded boat and trailer using a winch,left and returned with truck and launched the boat. Great fun to watch the launch ramp while having a bite at the Back Bay Bistro There were a few old posts here on the Net about that but the pictures have all gone away. There are a few You Tube videos too.
IAMICHABOD 07/02/21 12:52pm Toy Haulers
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