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RE: Electrical Wire Identification

Sounds like a good possibility.
Roger10378 02/24/21 06:52am Tech Issues
RE: 60 gallon gas tank

Figure out what brand of tank you want. There are only a few and I doubt any of them make a 60 gallon tank that is a replacement for the original. You will have to get a tank that goes in the bed to get one that big. On the manufactures web site they usually have a list of installers.
Roger10378 02/23/21 10:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electrical Wire Identification

They look like factory circuit numbers. Circuit 150 is a factory ground. Circuit 603 is some kind of lamps circuit(I haven't figured out the GLY abbreviation).
Roger10378 02/23/21 10:42am Tech Issues
RE: Converter starts/runs for a few seconds then stops

Is it the converter that starts and stops or the cooling fan in the converter? The cooling fan is supposed to start and stop as needed to cool the converter. On cold days it will run very little as compared to when it is really working to keep the converter cool.
Roger10378 02/03/21 06:54am Tech Issues
RE: Morryde Rubber pin box

Every truck-trailer combination is different. I put the Morryde on mine and it works great most of the time. There is a section or I-69 near Lansing that makes my truck and trailer buck like crazy. In that location an air ride pinbox would be better. The Morryde is great at removing lateral forces. It doesn't do anything for vertical forces. I would not get in a hurry to replace your pinbox until you get some miles under your belt. Then you will know what you need.
Roger10378 02/01/21 06:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Saving the Clutch

I believe there are kits out there that make it so you can use low without engaging the front axle. This is what makes maneuvering with a manual much easier on the clutch.
Roger10378 01/23/21 06:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: BedRug with hitch

Why do you need a bed rug in your truck. Part of the puck system is a sprayed in bed liner which in my opinion is far superior to a bed rug in most instances.
Roger10378 01/14/21 10:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Chevy/GMC bed height

That is what I was afraid of. It looks like I may do some cosmetic work on the old truck and keep on driving it.
Roger10378 01/09/21 07:17am Tow Vehicles
Chevy/GMC bed height

Anybody out there have a 20/21 Chevy or GMC 2500 double cab standard bed 4wheel drive. If so what is the height of the bed rails from the ground. I don't want to order a new truck if it is too tall for my 5th wheel. Nobody at the dealership can tell me and they don't have one in stock.
Roger10378 01/08/21 03:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Something I've not seen before.

That is an awful lot of rust for a 2 month old trailer.
Roger10378 01/06/21 06:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Stereo/Radio install

When I built experimental cars we were required to solder the crimped connections on anything that we made or modified.
Roger10378 12/29/20 03:03pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Where to buy a window for Open range travel trailer

It is easiest if you get the window number first. It is usually on a sticker on the frame of the window. You will have to remove the window to find it. A good source is
Roger10378 12/23/20 02:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Ultra Sound wireless LP tank sensor , Bluetooth to phone app

Like everything there are positives and negatives. On the plus side as long as it is located properly on the bottom of the tank it gives you a very good reading of the propane in the tank. On the negative side the battery life is not very good. If you are full time and having to refill often then just remember to change the battery every 6 or 8 months and you will be good. I am not full time and use very little propane so the battery life is shorter than the time it takes me to use the cylinder of propane. I have rectified this problem by making a remote battery system that uses AA batteries mounted where they can be changed without removing the cylinder. The sensor is thick enough that the tank has to be elevated slightly to prevent crushing it. They provide feet to do this but I am not impressed with them and made my own. I also had one of the sensors lost the contact pad when I took it to be filled. Mopeka tells me it is not repairable but I will have to replace it as it is long past warranty.
Roger10378 12/18/20 06:55am Tech Issues
RE: furnace problems

You've answered your own question. 11 Volts does not turn the fan fast enough for the furnace to light.
Roger10378 12/13/20 10:25am Tech Issues
RE: Veteran broke down in Pine Bluff WY

Looks like wheel lugs were not torque'd correctly. That caused the lugs to break off and the wheels fall off. Lugs should be fairly easy to find but I would inspect the hubs real well to make sure they weren't damaged.
Roger10378 12/08/20 07:12am Tech Issues
RE: will a flat tire cause my fifth wheel to lean

And we all have to share the road with people who would ask such a question.
Roger10378 11/17/20 06:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Collapsible ladder?

Been carrying This One compact and stores well. This is the one I like. It has a much high weight rating(330 lbs) than some of them. Some are only rated at 225 lbs. and I exceed that even if I am not carrying anything.
Roger10378 11/07/20 07:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: back up and side view cameras

Are they wired or wireless cameras on the trailer. Your truck has 2 camera inputs just above the 7-way connector on the back of your truck. If you connect the 2 rear view cameras of the trailer to these it should work.
Roger10378 11/07/20 07:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Battery problem

What happens if you let the battery charge longer? 30 mins of driving is not enough to bring a battery up from 12.0V to fully charged. A fully charged battery is 12.7V.
Roger10378 11/03/20 02:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fresh Water Tank Overflowing When Turning

The 1-1/4 in line would be the gravity fill on most of the older trailers. Do you have a gravity fill? If so my guess is that the tube has become disconnected.
Roger10378 10/23/20 04:30pm Tech Issues
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