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RE: 1st time long distance trip need advice

Few things 1. yes 95 is a nightmare in a few places but i would go 95....flatter and 81 is truck heavy. On 81 you have alot of hills till you get to 77 2. Practice driving with the jeep around town and interstate...take the jeep that is why you got it. 3. yes careful when pulling in for fuel....more so if towing 4. enjoy and be safe 5. agree about weighing never in 42 yrs of travel
RodLyle 02/09/22 06:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Toad braking System

the one we have used for several yrs is the invisbrake by Roadmaster no problems, ready to go after hook up to rv
RodLyle 01/20/22 08:58am Dinghy Towing
RE: Storing With or Without Full Gas Tank

Fill it add stablizer
RodLyle 01/10/22 01:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago quality

In thirty yrs of rving and 4 winneabgo i would not buy another type motorhome But it is going to depend on how the unit you are looking at was maintained
RodLyle 01/10/22 01:09pm Class A Motorhomes
Dish wiring

Getting ready to buy and install Dish tailgator I understand about running the coax from dish to receiver. Here is my question……if I run the coax from the dish to a newly installed outside wall coaxial feed, then on inside of coach wall coax to receiver will that weaken the signal? Some will run the coax thru slide directly to receiver but I don’t like that idea, or the way it looks Thx Rod
RodLyle 11/19/21 03:19pm Technology Corner
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