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RE: Flooring Under Dinette (Pictures)

Just use snap together strips, and cut as necessary. Just have to del with it. We replaced the flooring in our Hurricane, but it did not have slides, so it was very simple.
Johno02 09/22/20 07:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Planned trip

Its not a bad road, I just hate to travel I-81 because of the traffic. Personal opinion. Have travelled it a lot, just don't like it.
Johno02 09/22/20 07:10pm Roads and Routes
RE: Replacing furnature

Probably no problem replacing anything. but just watch the weight. Much RV furniture is lower quality than home furniture, due to the weight. We have taken out the couch, and replaced with a swing rocker which DW really likes.
Johno02 09/22/20 07:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Effect of weight on braking for trucks.

Guess what!! You are not driving a sporty lightweight car anymore. Go to a good driving school and get some instructions on how to drive a heavy truck. That is the reason there are so many accidents on the roads, because the idiots behind the wheel have no idea how to drive safely. Yes, the heavier it is, the harder it is to stop. It is simple... High school physics class. Too many think they know how to drive, but have no idea about how to stop safely. And always, always leave yourself at least double the amount of space you need to stop. the car or light truck in front of you can always stop dead much quicker than you can. BTW, an experienced LEO once told me that you can always take an unsafe driver to court, but not a barrier, ditch or cliff. So what you hit is your decision.
Johno02 09/09/20 09:31pm Truck Campers
RE: Total outdoor flame device ban Oregon SP

Sounds like time , if you are mobile, to get the heck out of there to somewhere safe.
Johno02 09/09/20 09:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Upgrading to a better phone

Go to Verizon or AT&T, get a samsung Ultra 5G, with a monthly payment, and whatever size plan you want. Get the most recent thing on the market, and keep it for at least a year after it pays out. And spend a while watching for deals. Go to the store, and they will tell you when to expect a new deal coming up, and sometimes will call you when it is available.
Johno02 09/09/20 09:12pm Technology Corner
RE: Fan lid direction and covers

The installer was impaired. His brain was installed backward. Get a qalified person to remove the fan and install it properly.
Johno02 09/09/20 11:09am Tech Issues
RE: Replacement Fridge Bigger than the Door.

Ours had to go out and back in through the bedroom window. Some class As have to remove the windshield.
Johno02 09/01/20 08:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Bathroom on the road?

In our case, we would be very selective. And having to be aware of our limited water supply and waste levels. But like said, it is an old question, and times along with situations change.
Johno02 08/17/20 12:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bathroom on the road?

If you are in a Motor Home and get stopped in traffic for an extended period, do you let the young pregnant lady in the car next to you use your restroom??
Johno02 08/17/20 11:07am Travel Trailers
RE: Bathroom on the road?

Great part about a motor home especially and some trailers of fifths. in that you can go while travelling, in the motor home, DW can go without even stopping. But if possible, find a good place to pull off hte road, not just on the sholder if possible. Reason is that if you pull off onto the shoulder, a friendly Officer may stop behind to see if you are OK. DW nearly had an accident while sitting in passenger seat, waiting for me to get back to my seat. Friendly LEO stopped right outside her window and tapped on it.
Johno02 08/17/20 11:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Pump when hook up to city water

We keep water in the fresh tank, and use it, even for drinking sometimes. When connected to shore water, we also use the pump occasionally to increase pressure and flow while showering. It is a big improvement for the shower.
Johno02 08/17/20 10:58am Tech Issues
RE: gas millage

Don't plan on anything over 8 mpg. If you do get better, write down when, what kind of gas, weather and speed just so you can remember it. Those memories are rare.
Johno02 08/16/20 04:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Powered seats

Take a look under the seat, it may be prewired for a seat.
Johno02 08/15/20 07:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Convection Oven

Rubber tips just to keep the rack from sliding around.
Johno02 08/15/20 07:30pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Just cannot fix stupid....repeat...over and over....

If you really don't understand about what was stupid, then go play in a herd of buffalo cows with their new calves. Better, take a close-up picture, but be sure and use the flash. In legal terms, it is called the "first law of Darwin".
Johno02 08/14/20 08:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2016, 3500 Ram long box. Replace drive shaft with one piece?

comes and goes with throttle??? vehicle speed or engine speed???
Johno02 08/10/20 01:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Washing RV while traveling

Some campgrounds will allow washing for an extra water use fee. Just ask. We had a bad case of mkildew from being parked under trees for a month. I paid an extra water fee, and the campground handyman washed it for us. Another time, there were several college kids working in the park, and They were glad to get some extra spending money for doing the job.
Johno02 08/04/20 05:35pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Comprehensive mobile app for campsites/grounds/rules

Have done many Cracker Barrels in many states, and have stayed overnight in several. Have always enjoyed their food, and the prices are not out of line. However, the one in Jackson, Tennessee which is close to us, has suffered some during the crunch times. Visited there for lunch several days ago, and the food quality was definately DOWN. We will watch and see, hopefully it was just a bad day.
Johno02 07/30/20 11:25am Truck Campers
RE: Coachmen Leprechaun fresh water tank

Happened to us one time when the toilet valve did not close completely, letting fresh water into the toilet, until the bowl filled, then via overflow into the black tank. Might watch for that.
Johno02 07/28/20 09:29am Tech Issues
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