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RE: Isx15

on the ISX15 the coolant to the cooler goes from front to back. The port in the rear of the block is the return and goes into a large coolant cavity which also includes the oil cooler assembly. That cavity in the block runs the entire length of the engine so coolant will get to all cylinders and then up thru the head.
Mote 07/12/21 06:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heelllooooo

Welcome to the group. That sure is a beautiful campsite.
Mote 05/05/21 11:01am Toy Haulers
RE: Solidtude 390RK

I found a video on youtube that shows the control panel (at the 42:30 time). Looks like there are four individual slide switches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKhthTAqXvQ
Mote 04/20/21 10:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Just bought a new 5th wheel

That's the same camper we've been looking at. Our first grandbaby was born last fall and we're looking forward to take her (and her mom and dad) camping in the future. We also looked at the 311BHS but it doesn't have much seating in the living area. How comfortable is the U-shaped dinette for general seating ? We were thinking that would be perfect for grandchildren craft projects on rainy days.
Mote 02/18/21 04:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Roadside Breakdown

When we went to Yellowstone in 2015 in the old '96 dodge we had Good Sam coverage since the truck was so old. On the way back our transmission (surprise) started to go out. A hotel in Peoria let us park in the their lot for the night. Still 300 miles from home we called Good Sam's to try to get a tow to any local shop. I was on the phone for 30 minutes trying to explain to the nice young man what a truck camper was. He said they'd send a tow truck to our location in the morning. No one showed up so we said our prayers and drove backroads all the way home. We made it and got to see some nice little towns that would have otherwise been bypassed.
Mote 02/02/21 01:35pm Truck Campers
RE: Anybody here from Indiana?

I sent an email to the BMV. Their response "A device without motive power that is installed in the bed of a truck to provide living quarters for persons traveling on a highway (under Indiana law) is not required to be titled however, it is required to be registered"
Mote 01/25/21 08:20am Truck Campers
RE: Gluten Free Pizza Ideas

We make our own pizza ..... using large tortillas. Since we prefer the creamy white base, we use ranch salad dressing. Plenty of toppings choices. All these products are readily available Gluten free. Interesting. We'll have to give that a try with some corn tortillas. We make pizza a few times with no crust in a casserole dish. Put the meat on the bottom, then the sauce and cheese. It wasn't to bad.
Mote 01/22/21 07:10am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Gluten Free Pizza Ideas

Gluten-free is tough. Mixes that work well for muffins don't work at all for bread or pizza dough. When you eliminate gluten you're eliminating the structure. Most mixes try to make this up by using gums and certain starches and it will never be like conventional pizza crust. I've used Cup4Cup with some success. https://www.cup4cup.com/recipes/new-pizza-crust-recipe/ Roll it out with a rolling pin on parchment, bake blind for about 3 minutes, allow to cool, then build like any other pizza. This crust is more like a cracker, but it's 1000x better than cauliflower or rice as a crust. I cook professionally and we offer a GF pizza as well as a vegan pizza, and we tried many iteration of each before finding a reasonable formulas. Sorry to hear about your celiac, it's a difficult thing to manage and most people think it's OK to has less gluten, but celiacs can't have ANY gluten. None. If a gluten-free pizza is cooked in the same oven as a traditional pizza, it's contaminated. It's the same with other items as well, and a traditional bakery can never offer truly gluten-free items. There's just too much gluten floating around and on the equipment. Best of luck. I'm a pizza fanatic and I've been tossing pizza (and other things!) professionally for more than 25 years. Watch out for soy sauce, it has gluten. :-( That's for the link. We'll give that one a try. You're right that most folks don't understand about the cross contamination thing. It's okay. I didn't either until recently. We've just adjusted here at home and we didn't really eat out much anyway.
Mote 01/22/21 07:09am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Anybody here from Indiana?

Howdy Burbman, I'm from Indiana. When we bought our Lance back in 2013 time frame I think I looked up on the BMV website and it said I should register the truck camper. I don't remember seeing anything about a title. I didn't get a title with ours. I also just looked at the BMV website and don't any mention of truck campers now.
Mote 01/21/21 12:59pm Truck Campers
Gluten Free Pizza Ideas

Howdy All, After many years of being sick most of the time we finally figured out that I can't eat gluten. Problem is we both love pizza and it has plenty of gluten in the crust. We've tried almost every GF pizza crust and frozen pizza in our area. There are some really horrible pizza crust and frozen pizzas on the market. So far the best pizza crust mix we've found is the Bob's Red Mill. The best frozen pizza is Freschetta. We've tried making the crust with cauliflower with some success. We love to make pizza while we are camping and recently bought a new grill that we'd like to cook pizza on. Anyone else here have to eat gluten free and have some ideas for great pizza ?
Mote 01/21/21 03:31am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: So Lost

Thought I might provide an update for those keeping score at home. The F-250 is gone and I am now in an F-350 4X4 DRW. Yes, I am now one of those guys!! We're keeping the Reflection 367 and there is zero doubts on the rig trailer combo. Thanks to all who contributed can't tell you how much it helped. I will now go lick my wounds after trading a 2021 for a 2021.Ouch! Sounds like a nice setup. Your family will certainly enjoy the good times
Mote 12/14/20 12:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: What are the top 5 advantages of a TC?

Not in any particular order: 1) No plates or registration required 2) My wife is willing to drive 3) Can pull in to almost any fuel station to fill up 4) Have our bathroom, kitchen, change of clothes with us everywhere we go. (Nice feature in a big NP like Yellowstone) 5) see number 4 again
Mote 10/21/20 01:13pm Truck Campers
RE: Rebuilt Lance 811: Maiden Voyage

Sounds like you had a great trip. Lord knows you deserve it after all of the work you did to the camper. Let me know what you do with the furnace thermostat. I have the same issues as the thing is not very accurate.
Mote 10/21/20 01:05pm Truck Campers
RE: water pump

On our 2006 Cougar its under the kitchen cabinet. There are two drawers as I enter the door. If I pull both of those I can see the pump. Mine is also noisy as the water lines are a little tight up against the kitchen sink drain pipes so it all rattles. I've intended to replace and lengthen those water lines. Maybe even place some foam between the two. It's on my someday list of things to do.
Mote 09/22/20 07:33am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 1150 ARCTIC FOX?

Looking at the modifications you've already made to your truck I don't think you'll have any issues. Everyone has their own comfort level of how the truck handles with a load. With your experience in hauling a heavy camper you probably won't notice much difference. How long of a wait is it for new camper these days ?
Mote 09/17/20 05:37am Truck Campers
RE: RPMs dropping uphill, Ford f-450

That's a pretty camper even for an F450. You're bound to slow down on most grades. Like others have stated I would start with making sure the air filter and both fuel filters have been changed recently. Dirty filters will restrict the engine ability of making it's full power. The noise and vibration are probably the engine cooling fans kicking in high. They are pretty large and make a lot of noise if pulling really hard.
Mote 09/10/20 06:06am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Host Mammoth

Sounds like a pretty sweet setup. Can't wait for pictures and your review of the truck and camper setup.
Mote 09/08/20 09:42am Truck Campers
RE: Picked up my son his first tow vehicle

Nice truck. I had a 1998 just like it but white. Was one of favorites. Had over 200k when I traded it in. ONly trouble was with the leaking intake gasket. He'll enjoy that truck for a long time.
Mote 08/13/20 06:49am Tow Vehicles
RE: Carelessness strikes again

Been there, done that. To my son's car a few years back. He called said the car would only move in reverse. I assumed the transmission was bad as it was an old beater. I borrowed a trailer. Took a three hours round trip to pick it up and bring it home. I worked hard jacking up the car to get it off the trailer. Was quite surprised once I finally got it on the jacks and found out my error.
Mote 08/13/20 06:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Front Window Yes or No?

When we rebuilt the front end of the 1030 we took out the front window. Most of the framing in that area was rotted out. I like the clean look of it being gone. We bought a nice big mountain scene sticker from ebay and placed it on the new metal where the window used to be.
Mote 08/11/20 12:29pm Truck Campers
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