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RE: Fifth wheel step damaging door frame any suggestions

I believe the response was telling you to release the lock when stowing it so it does not hit the opening and then lock it in the fully stowed position. We have similar steps and the only wear we have is some rub marks where the rubber coated stops hit the door frame. Have you looked on line for the installation instructions and compared it to how yours was installed?
QCMan 09/17/23 07:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electric Outlets

I don't know if there is anything easier than replacing them with residential units. If you have room behind, use shallow old work boxes to put them in.
QCMan 09/17/23 07:14am Tech Issues
RE: Replace television

If you stick with the same size it will be fine. If it wasn't a smart tv it is time to get one. I would not get one that needs a particular service to use. Others will tell you which they are. Vizio seems to hold up well in travel trailers so a 5er should be easy for it. Newer flat screens seem to be lighter than they were. Just replaced a 55 with a 65 and it weighed 11 pounds more with the base and both weigh the same without bases.
QCMan 09/16/23 01:32pm Tech Issues
RE: What to do when warranty won’t help

What kind of reefer keeps going bad?
QCMan 09/15/23 02:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2008 inferno electrical issues

Sounds more like he is having an a/c switching issue as he states that the shore power is good. I cannot help on that one.
QCMan 09/15/23 07:32am Toy Haulers
RE: Dump Tank Extension Needed

If you are going to leave the gray tank open make sure there is a dip in it of no less than a hose width which will create a trap and keep everything on the other side there.
QCMan 09/13/23 12:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Why Does My A/C Have These Slats?

Those are the "cool down after setting up" vents. Stand under there to cool down quick.
QCMan 09/10/23 04:09pm Tech Issues
RE: electric RV appliances

If you like the propane for its practical reasons, Lance still makes units with traditional appliances. Always nice to have the luxury of dual fuels.
QCMan 09/08/23 08:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winnebago Sunova Seat Covers

An automotive upholstery shop can make you better than new covers and if they may have airbags in them a special seam is needed so the airbags can deploy. You need to look at the sides of the driver and passenger seatbacks to look for an airbag notice. Even if you do not have airbags in the seats an auto spot is better because of their experience and material availability. Good recovers are not cheap but are a good value.
QCMan 09/07/23 12:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there 12V lead in the prewired AC on 2019 Keystone 28sgs?

Don't put too much hope into a red and black but hope for a + and - 12 volts.
QCMan 09/01/23 12:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Tires

Inflating to max load will cover anything you put in it but loading to the max sidewall pressure when not needed will result in a lot of bouncing being that most trailers do not have shocks to stop that.
QCMan 09/01/23 12:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Drive through parking radius swing dimensions

Sorry that I have no ideas on your quandry but I have an idea for advertising your rentals. If that rail line is an active on you have a built in audience with railfanning folks. If that is just a siding then nevermind.
QCMan 09/01/23 07:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there 12V lead in the prewired AC on 2019 Keystone 28sgs?

If it is wired for a second ac unit it probably has a 12 volt line with the 110 as 12 volts is needed for the control circuits.
QCMan 09/01/23 07:43am Tech Issues
RE: Tires

Unless they say "always inflate to xx psi" on the sidewall then go to the tire manufacturers site and find their inflation chart for the tires. 8000 max divided by four is 2000 pounds on each tire so that is the load that you need the psi for. If it does say "inflate to xx psi" on the sidewall then that is the only number you need.
QCMan 09/01/23 07:38am Travel Trailers
RE: In case you wonder

Much better than would have been expected. Curious as to the percentage of used batteries that are going there.
QCMan 08/25/23 08:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Northeast Family Campground Suggestions

One spot you might like is Point Lookout State Park in Scotland, MD. Great park! Another Maryland state park is Elk Neck State Park in North East MD. Both within your driving limits.
QCMan 08/23/23 01:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tire Recommendation for Tow Vehicle

If you do pavement and occasional campground try the Wrangler Workhorse line. Very quiet and built for road use. I say quiet because my two wheel drive truck came with some very good but totally wrong Yokohama Geolander all terrain tires. Sounded like Mickey Thompsons were on it. Now I can hear the wind noise!
QCMan 08/23/23 08:26am Towing
RE: New To Whole RV Life, Looking For Info & Recommendations

Welcome to the forum! Before you decide on a truck, you need to decide on a fifth wheel. Their weights are all over the place so you need to figure out your needs and shop for a unit that has what you need. Then you can shop for a truck to pull it. A guess on cost would be something approaching 200k if you buy new. That will not include toys, just trailer and truck. No good hobby has a low entry cost.
QCMan 08/21/23 07:02am Toy Haulers
RE: Is ForestRiver nuts or what? (Single axel Vibe)

They plan on people knowing enough to use the front end of the trailer to store clothes and equipment so the 10 tp 15 percent tongue weight is achieved. Maybe these folks have the back loaded up causing a light tongue. Maybe they need to explore sway control too once the tongue weight is sorted out.
QCMan 08/07/23 06:47am Travel Trailers
RE: SC to Maine, our first long trip

Personally, I would not spend a penny in New York but Acadia National Park in Maine is a must see. PA has some fantastic railroad museums. If you are planning on passing thru Baltimore be advised that the tunnel does not allow anything carrying propane so you need to avoid it. Good luck on your trip.
QCMan 08/04/23 06:52am Roads and Routes
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