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RE: Camco water filter

We also use the Pentek CFB-PLUS10 Replacement Filter Cartridge. The carbon block filters are supposed to be the best way to go. We mount ours under the edge of the camper to keep it out or the sun and also easy to reach.
JesLookin 03/16/20 10:42am General RVing Issues
RE: self driving sooner than we think!

Since this video is from Jun 6, 2016, I don't see this new technology exactly being right around the corner.
JesLookin 03/05/20 11:22am Tech Issues
RE: Furrion back up camera

Are you sure that the actual camera is there? Not just the camera prep kit?
JesLookin 02/24/20 10:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Pick up truck remembrance !

My dad had a 1970 International pickup. 3 on the tree, of course no power steering or brakes, did have the optional right side external mirror, AM radio, no AC. You needed 2 football fields to make a u-turn, if you could get the steering wheel turned far enough.
JesLookin 02/06/20 01:00pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Traveling in a group— How do you handle it?

In my experience, it was fun to pull off at rest stops together, but once we were separated, there was no catching up. My friend stopped to check out a produce market and we never looked back. Plus at that point, as the person towing, I did not want to dilly dally waiting for her. Yup, that cat and mouse game gets old fast. Best to meet up at the destination.
JesLookin 02/04/20 01:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Traveling in a group— How do you handle it?

Meet up at your destination. Use the cell phones if needed, provided you have coverage.
JesLookin 02/04/20 01:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Passport America

We've had PA for a few years. Still use it, mostly during travel. You just need to be aware of the "rules". The rules are posted for each campground and easy to find.
JesLookin 01/30/20 05:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: good Sam VS AARP.

there’s no chance we’d give one red cent for anything to AARP. reasons are totally political which i will not detail. suffice it to say IMO they do not have the well being of the typical senior in mind. we belong to Good Sam (although we don’t do many 1-night stays these days) as well as KOA and AAA. on the very rare occasion we stay in a hotel the AAA card provides a discount. the typical CG/RV Park will provide a better discount for weekly and monthly stays. X2
JesLookin 01/16/20 04:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: New truck batteries

Duracell are made by EastPenn Mfg. Same as a Dekka. Great batteries for the money. Check Baterries Plus if you have one. Order online and pick up in store and save 10%. Sometimes makes them cheaper than Walmart or Sam's Club. I would have never thought to get batteries for our '14 Ram from Baterries Plus, but called them on a whim and ended up with the best deal and they installed them for free.
JesLookin 01/16/20 10:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Solar Panel, Unmarked Pigtails, which is Positive, Negative?

By looking at the direction of those diodes the pigtail with the red ring is positive. Yes, red ring is positive, because of connection to the diodes.
JesLookin 01/07/20 06:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Ceramic Heater Safety

We have had excellent luck using a Vornado electric heater in our 30 ft trailer even when the temps get into the hi 30s. It is very quiet and the fan distributes the heat very well. It also does not get hot to the touch, even on the front. Barney https://i.imgur.com/dIP5H2ql.png We've been using a Vornado heater for years. The heat and fan automatically adjust themselves to maintain the preset temperature. Keeps a constant temperature and is very quiet.
JesLookin 12/14/19 06:59pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Macerator pumps

A 12V motor can have just as much power as a 120V motor, so the voltage of the motor shouldn't matter. If I were going to buy one, I'd go with one with a 12V motor for the convenience of having 12V always available at the camper.
JesLookin 11/01/19 09:13am Tech Issues
RE: Backup Camera

I installed a Furrion camera this spring. Wired it into the running lights so it is on anytime the lights are on. Our camper wasn't prewired but wiring was easy. It works great. A good thing about it is, because the camera has a microphone, you can hear what's going on behind the camper as your are backing up, my wife is still the spotter and I can hear her without her yelling.
JesLookin 08/08/19 12:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone install an 30 amp receptacle outside for inverter?

No. I installed a transfer switch. Touch the remote button inside and power is there. No hassle, no fuss. I added a transfer switch also. Then ran the wire that powers the converter into the transfer switch, then added a relay inside the transfer switch to automatically turn off the converter when the inverter is powering the camper.
JesLookin 08/06/19 10:44am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How To Charge 5 Apple Products

I installed a couple of Blue Sea Systems 1045 usb charge ports. They get their power from 12Vdc, so they'll work whether on shore power or running off the battery.
JesLookin 07/11/19 01:21pm Technology Corner
RE: US-2 Road Condition in Montana

Last July we took US 2 from Wisconsin to Shelby, Montana. It was fine, EXCEPT a little east of Shelby was major construction for about 10 miles. Down to dirt. I imagine they've made a lot of progress since then, but I have no idea. Nor do I know if they started another section. JK We did the same last year, Wisconsin to Alaska. The construction on Hwy 2 is a bit inconvenient. Wait till you get near and into Alaska if you want to complain about roads and construction.
JesLookin 05/28/19 12:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Weber Q1200 Question

On our Q1200 we removed the regulator and put on the quick disconnect to work with the camper. Then we put a quick disconnect on the regulator, to be able to put the regulator back on the grill. That way we can still use the grill if we want to tailgate at a baseball or football game.
JesLookin 04/13/19 07:53pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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