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RE: This cartoon sums it up for Canadians

I don't think its funny, just sad.....
IB853347201 09/25/20 06:13am Snowbirds
RE: Hymer - Servicing in Ontario

you could try Owasco RV just the other side of Oshawa. They service and sell many makes and models including many class B's.
IB853347201 09/21/20 06:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Hymer - Servicing in Ontario

What issues, specifically, are they having?
IB853347201 09/17/20 05:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Well water

An RV water softener would likely solve your issues.
IB853347201 09/12/20 08:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Class C Rocky Mountains ??

We've traveled all across Canada in our 30ft Class C towing a Saturn. On one tour we headed west thru Northern Ontario, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and then toured Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. We then traveled over the Rockies to Vancouver. Headed south over the border then back ease from Seattle, Yellowstone, back over the Rockies and eventually home. A lot of big mountain passes. Used Cruise Control when I could but generally not when climbing the big ones. Used Tow mode on occasion. Class C was on the Ford V10 chassis, no issues at all. We just took our time on the big climbs. Make sure you book into appropriate RV parks ahead of time. Tunnel Mountain in Banff is great.
IB853347201 09/05/20 06:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 32 Foot Class A vs 32 Foot Class C

The biggest difference we found between a Class A and a Class C was the chassis they were built on and subsequently the way they drove and handled. Both, depending on the layouts and features can be equally livable. However, Class C's tend to be built on light truck chassis with 16.5 inch wheels, which mostly drive and ride exactly like a truck. Not pleasant and usually exhausting. Class A's for the most part are built on a MH chassis, with 22.5 inch wheels, with a much better ride and handling. Much more fun to drive.
IB853347201 08/26/20 06:12am Beginning RVing
RE: Mission View RV Park Tucson Arizona

We stayed at Mission View RV park last March. Mission View staff was extremely friendly and accommodating and it is a fairly nice large park with paved roads and large sites throughout. The park is a 50/50 mix of permanent mobile homes and RV sites. RV sites are long and level and mostly gravel. Although a bit dated, the rec hall, billiard room, and pool are well maintained. They generally have a busy schedule of activites throughout the winter months. It is a nice spot and many who had been there for the winter said they were coming back. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
IB853347201 08/22/20 10:46am Family Camping
RE: Toilet Smells Horrific When Flushing

For the past 20 years we have used Thetford deodorizer in our black water tank. One treatment per tank. Although many will tell you that it's not necessary, I would strongly disagree. In the 20 years of RVing we have never had an issue with odors, tank clogs, or any other horror stories you hear about related to black water tanks.
IB853347201 08/22/20 06:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Picking up a 24' Class C

So we are purchasing a 2018 Forest River Class C 24' on the Ford 450 chassis. This was a Canadream unit which will have about 70,000 km on it. This will be our first experience with RV ownership. Is the a camping ap that people can recommend. Anyways please say hello. I'm in Hamilton Ontario by the way. Greetings from Eastern Ontario and welcome to the RVing world. Regarding your App question, we frequently camp at private parks, usually a full hook up site, so the Apps that work best for us are the Good Sam Club app, the KOA app, and the RVParky App. Both Good Sam and KOA are membership based and require an annual membership purchase for which you get discounts on camping fees and gas in the US. RVParky is a great app that simply shows every campground in your area, state, provincial, federal and private. All of these apps have a map view so you can plan ahead and see what's in the area your headed to. Wishing you many years of funfilled RV travel ahead!
IB853347201 08/22/20 06:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Boat versus RV Generator

Our runs at a constant speed if loaded or not. Does not change with a load. Same here. We have had 2 MH's with Onan 5.5kw. Both have run at a constant rpm.
IB853347201 08/18/20 08:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Handling issues 2005 Fleetwood Expedition 34H

I think you have too much air pressure along with Alignment check. I agree, too much air pressure in the tires. The manufacturers specified inflation will be on a placard next to the drivers seat on the wall below the drivers side window. Set your tires to whatever the manufacturer recommends and see if this solves your issue.
IB853347201 08/12/20 06:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steering stabilizer

Have you checked your tire pressures? Overinflated tires will cause your class C to wander all over the road. If you're not sure what the correct tire pressures are, check the placard on the driver's side door.
IB853347201 08/03/20 08:30am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Comprehensive mobile app for campsites/grounds/rules

The RVParky app shows all campgrounds. Private, state and Federal. Great App.
IB853347201 07/30/20 12:34pm Truck Campers
RE: Tiffin 36la steps

Have you tried a little silicone spray lube on the gears and joints underneath? Mine sometimes does what you're describing, a little lube fixes it every time.
IB853347201 07/27/20 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cracker Barrel

We frequent different Cracker Barrels daily as we travel. Usually stop around 9 or 10am to catch a late breakfast. We love their menu, and their biscuits. Always located just off the interstate, usually very RV friendly and usually very easy to find parking for our MH and toad. We are just over 60 ft in length. Similar to Walmart, Most Cracker Barrels will even let you stay in their parking lot overnight.
IB853347201 07/26/20 06:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Toad damage from road debris.

Next time some one asks about some kind of toad protection from dirt and debris kicking up. Don’t say I’ve been doing it for X amount of years with no damage. Just got back from our Rocky Mountain trip. All highways or primary roads, no gravel roads. My windshield has so many small rock chips (very small) that weren’t there before the trip! Next time I’ll just follow my own judgement and get some kind of flap at the rear of the MH or something between the Mh and toad! Sorry to hear of your toad damage on your recent trip. I assume based on your profile that you have been traveling by MH for at least 8 years? Is this the first time you took a toad? Or is this the first time you had damage? I hate to be the one to say it but...Here goes...we've been traveling by MH with a toad, all across Canada and the US, North and South, primary and secondary Highways, for over 20 years. No shield or flap across the rear of our MH's and no rock chips or damage yet.
IB853347201 07/22/20 06:07am Dinghy Towing
RE: Wheels off the ground "Does it Hurt the frame/RV"

No issue with having your front wheels off the ground. You should not however use the jacks to lift your rear wheels off the ground as it circumvents your parking brake.
IB853347201 07/21/20 10:33am Class C Motorhomes
RE: flat towing a toad

We have towed a lot of Jeeps and all worked well. A Colorado or Ranger would work too. X2
IB853347201 07/18/20 08:54am Dinghy Towing
RE: NO Water at kitchen sink

clean out the aerator on the end of the faucet.
IB853347201 07/18/20 06:42am Class C Motorhomes
RE: tire pressure

the 120-psi on the tire is the maximum pressure the tires are rated for. and while you can inflate them to the max the result may be a very hard ride along with possible handling issues. the 80-psi on your placard may be the optimal air pressure for the RV's weight when it left the factory or for the GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of the MH. using this air pressure will result in a much better ride but it still may be too low or too high for your MH's actual weight. I would not overthink this. if the manufacturer specs 80-psi, go with 80-psi. Your handling will improve dramatically. Currently with your tires set at 100-psi, i'll bet the back end wanders all over the road and the handling is exhausting.
IB853347201 07/18/20 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
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