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RE: 2020 RV SHOW

I get enough of that at Hershey once a year should I get the inkling to go up there. Not really interested though to go look at the same old stuff, same old junk, and the same booths selling replacement windows and gutter guards while paying $30-$40 with parking to do so. Been to one, been to em all. I do not go to the Hershey one because of the parking fee. But I did check out the one in Timonium Maryland last year and liked it. No parking fee and I think it was only $8 or so to get in. Its nice to look at so many different RV's under roof. Not always but sometimes you can get a good deal. Like anything else do your homework. Oh and I did not notice any window/door folks at the Timonium show.
Jayco25E 01/24/20 06:43am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: New from CT with Hybrid

https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29976635/gotomsg/29976946.cfm#29976946Double Trailers https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29976635/gotomsg/29976946.cfm#29976946
Jayco25E 01/24/20 06:35am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Can we pull a TT with our ‘20 Suburban

We are looking at this unit. Light weight and a bunkhouse in the back for kids. Might fit the bill for you as well. https://coachmenrv.com/travel-trailers/apex-ultra-lite/300BHS/294
Jayco25E 01/22/20 01:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Is Socializing a Dying Thing in the RV Community?

I like to talk. If you are setting outside I will say hi and sometimes start up a conversation. My wife on the other hand is not a talker and likes to set inside. But that is fine. And I get a lot of folks asking questions about the dogs when setting outside and I love to talk about my greyhounds. But is does depend on what park and what time of year you go. Socializing is part of the fun of camping. And you do meet some interesting folks along the way.
Jayco25E 01/02/20 01:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: New Trailer Day!

Congrats! We did the same thing sort of. We did tent, Pop-up, HTT, and now we too are looking at a TT upgrade this year. Have fun and make lots of memories.
Jayco25E 01/02/20 01:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Worst RV Brand List

Thor should be on the top of that list. Would never by anything made by Thor.Kind of funny from someone that owns a Jayco owned by Thor. My Jayco was made before Thor bought them out. After Thor Bought them they went down hill to the point they brought back in some of the original owners to fix things. I would not buy another Jayco since Thor bought them.
Jayco25E 12/09/19 01:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Worst RV Brand List

Thor should be on the top of that list. Would never by anything made by Thor.
Jayco25E 12/09/19 07:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Large dog

Our two Greyhounds always go with us on camping trips. We never let them alone in the camper more than a few hours at most if we need to do something we cannot take them along for. In fact we once rented a boat to go from one island to another just so we could take our dogs along as the ferry would not let pets on board. Our Greyhounds even have life vest just as we would for our two legged kid. Most times if my dogs cannot go then we do not go. But that's just us. You have to figure that out for yourself.
Jayco25E 11/19/19 07:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Space Heater

:B Bet the OP never expected 11 pages on her space heater question. LOL
Jayco25E 11/19/19 06:54am Travel Trailers
RE: Having a SENIOR moment

The ones that get my goat are when I am towing on back roads with hills and I get behind some little car that thinks they have to ride the brakes down hill. Now I am not talking about steep mountains just general hills. If I see I have to go back up one hill while going down hill I like to let my rig coast a little within reason to help get up the next hill. Always get behind someone riding there brakes.
Jayco25E 11/07/19 07:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Campground Theft

Wow I never knew stealing was so rampant around some campgrounds. I have never had an issue. Most campers we have been around are good people. Yes you have the occasional kid stuff. More pranks than being thieves but never had something disappear. Stealing is not funning except for the guy getting his sewer hose stolen while connected to his RV. That one is a little funny. LOL
Jayco25E 11/05/19 07:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Frameless windows question

One thing about the frameless windows that I don't like is that they don't swing out very far. I got this idea from someone else on the internet, except I used 3/4" electrical PVC conduit, which happens to be Open Range gray. Just cut it to the length you want, and I used a 45 degree elbow, cut the end for the correct angle, leaving a tab to fit into the emergency window slot. The window handle slides all the way into the conduit snugly. I made 2 of these for the living area and it cost about $5. I may add pins if I get worried about the wind. https://i.imgur.com/ElIO8Zel.jpg https://i.imgur.com/l7vpIzNl.jpg I've now used these a bunch of times over the summer and they work great. Thanks for the post. I like that idea. My wheels are turning one step further and make the prop adjustable. LOL
Jayco25E 11/05/19 07:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Mysteries of RV design

Our former travel trailer had this too. Besides being a pain in the neck to open/close it, any time the wind blew or any trailer movement whatsoever happened, a distinctive "tink tink tink" could be heard. Our current 5th wheel doesn't have an outside vent. Just a vent hood and filter. I don't miss the "tink tink tink" noise but no vent at all isn't the best thing either. I had to laugh when you wrote "tink tink tink" LOL. Have to listen to the "tink tink tink" all the time.
Jayco25E 10/30/19 06:17am General RVing Issues
RE: What happened to

Whatever... I like Woody Woodpecker smoking his ceegar stuck on a street rod... LOL. Agree everyone is offended by everything now days.
Jayco25E 10/30/19 06:13am General RVing Issues
RE: Frameless windows question

I also worried about "no breeze" because of the narrow opening abilitty of them but like the salesman said, "turn the Fantastic Fan on low and you have all the breeze you need" Darned if he wasn't right. Tinbender LOL Kind of what I was thinking.
Jayco25E 10/30/19 06:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Frameless windows question

Thanks everyone for taking the time to post your experience and opinion on them. Seems that some folks like them and some do not. I think over all they have more pros than cons based on everyone's input.
Jayco25E 10/29/19 06:37am General RVing Issues
Frameless windows question

My wife and I are looking at a new RV and I like the look of the frameless windows. But one of the dealers I talked to was trying to talk me out of that option because according to him they have problems leaking. Does anyone with frameless windows have any problems with them leaking? I really like the look of them but also do not water in my RV.
Jayco25E 10/28/19 08:39am General RVing Issues
Rv's at PA Power Sports Show

Anyone from PA there will be a few RV's on display and for sale at the PA Power Sports show in Lebanon PA at the expo center. Oct 25-27th https://www.pasnow.org/cool-events/papowersports-show/?
Jayco25E 10/22/19 07:20am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Looking at

I’m not familiar with that specific tt but looking at the floor plan I’d suspect you wouldn’t have access to the bathroom and maybe even the fridge with the slides pulled in. May not matter to you but it’s handy to be able to access those while making quick stops on the road. Something you may want to check. Thanks. I was thinking that about the fridge. The bathroom would not be an issue for us. We tend not to use our RV bathroom unless we are setup but the fridge we do use on long trips and would be nice to not have to put out the slide to just get to the fridge. The local dealer to us is supposed to get one in next week sometime. Hope to check it out with the slides in.
Jayco25E 05/14/19 06:01am Travel Trailers
RE: Freshwater tank question

Thanks everyone for your help. He found it under the bed in the back. Tank, pump, and valves all in one location.
Jayco25E 05/13/19 01:03pm Class C Motorhomes
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