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RE: Ever Add A Dehumidifier ??

Check the pan on the roof to be sure no leaves, pine leaves, etc. are not blocking the water from leaving the pan. I check mine occasionally, and if the holes are blocked it can result in water coming into the RV when the fan is on. I also, have a dehumidifier that I only use when my unit is in storage along with a high setting on the A/C. This is basically so you don't have mold growing. Roger that. Thx
Rollochrome 06/06/22 05:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Ever Add A Dehumidifier ??

You all have given me some great tips. Im going to chase all those leads and get to the bottom of it. Thank you!!
Rollochrome 06/06/22 11:05am Tech Issues
RE: Ever Add A Dehumidifier ??

Oh it's definitely only doing it when it is running. The rig is brand new fwiw. Im getting a repair guy to come look at it this week and see if he can figure out whats going on then. Dont want to wake up with wet feet again.
Rollochrome 06/06/22 09:45am Tech Issues
RE: Ford 350 mile per gallon

I had a head/crosswind going from DFW to Lubbock a few weeks ago and averaged 7. Coming back at night with a little tailwind, 11.
Rollochrome 06/06/22 08:44am Fifth-Wheels
Ever Add A Dehumidifier ??

One of my two AC's will leak water from the unit itself, onto the master bed, and sometimes the ductwork itself will drip water. Any recommendations for a plug in dehumidifier perhaps to fix this condition??
Rollochrome 06/06/22 08:40am Tech Issues
Nose High vs Bed Clearance

Had a Reese Goosebox installed today. Tell me your opinion here. Am I too high in the front? Trailer is 44' long, which makes a difference. Frame bottom to ground in rear: 22.25" Frame bottom to ground in front: 26" Bottom of gooseneck to top of truck bed rail: 9" Think I am GTG or do I need to drop the Reese down a click?
Rollochrome 05/16/22 03:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires

New tires are cheap insurance. Blowouts might cause a wreck, or at least damage the vehicle. Plus now you're on the side of the road and might get killed there. NONE of that is worth the $800 you'll spend every 6 years. Peace of mind. Buy new tires.
Rollochrome 03/29/22 09:49pm Tech Issues
RE: 40 or 45 ft 5fer, any difference

I went from a 32'TT to a 44' 5er and am managing just fine. Especially with a dually like what you have, you'll do fine
Rollochrome 02/18/22 11:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: New tires for 5'r

I did a write up on my recent search and purchase. It's a few pages back. Carlisle CSL 16 is what you want.
Rollochrome 01/01/22 01:55pm Fifth-Wheels
Texas Boys! Last Call To Winterize!!!!!!!

Its New Years Day and a front just blew thru. It's going to freeze tonight! Get out there and winterize your rig! Last call!!
Rollochrome 01/01/22 01:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Generators: Cummins 4500 vs Westinghouse vs. ?????

I have a Honda 5500 inverter. Ran my 30 amp TT fine and is quiet Of course it wont run both AC units on the 5er. Only problems I ever had in years of ownership is from sitting up not being cycled
Rollochrome 12/30/21 04:15am General RVing Issues
RE: The RV Demand Continues

RV sales guy I talked to a few months ago said he sells several RVs every DAY. Absolutely no effort extended to work any deals They just sell themselves, is the attitude
Rollochrome 12/29/21 09:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do you use EKON OX BLOX Trailer Jack Blocks

I agree. Seemed odd that they are marketed so expensive. I stack Camco legos high and never had a problem.
Rollochrome 12/29/21 09:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Jake Braking A 5er Down Long Steep Incline

I am learning a LOT here Thanks to all of you
Rollochrome 11/25/21 07:41am Fifth-Wheels
Jake Braking A 5er Down Long Steep Incline

Just arrived at our vacation destination yesterday. I had my factory “jake”brake set and the cruise control on when I crested the top of the largest hill going into this part of the country. I’ve never towed a fifth wheel through this kind of environment before and felt like I was looking over the top of a roller coaster when I looked down the several mile long descent My F350 downshifted all the way into third gear and held me at 55 miles an hour from the top of the mountain to the bottom of each mount I encountered After I went up and down several mountains like this however it occurred to me that I might be creating conditions conducive for a jackknife if I didn’t have any braking on the trailer at all in such a descent since the wheels of the truck were providing the resistance going down the hill via engine braking and the wheels of the trailer were just rolling freely. Do I need to be using my integral brake controller in such a condition to apply a little bit of braking to the trailer all the way from the top of the mountain to the bottom?
Rollochrome 11/22/21 08:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing With Water Pump Switched On. Burn Up Pump??

Love this forum. You guys are appreciated. Thanks for the rapid responses.
Rollochrome 11/20/21 03:06pm Fifth-Wheels
Towing With Water Pump Switched On. Burn Up Pump??

My 5'er has two full bathrooms. One is at the very back and is accessed by an exterior back door. The water pump switch is mid trailer however and can be hard to access if all you're wanting to do is pull over at a truck stop and jump in the back bathroom for a quick break. I want to I leave the water pump switch ON while I am towing, and at all the stops along the way, I therefore can get the kids in and out of the back bathroom and flush the toilet over and over and have running water. Will leaving the water pump ON while towing burn out the pump motor or will it be ok?
Rollochrome 11/20/21 02:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: CARLISLE CSL 16 TIRES

OK. I ran the new Carlisle CSL 16s 550 miles at about 70-75 mph I aired them up to the max 110 and they heated up and stayed under 120 psi for the whole trip. No issues. No wobble. I had two VERY tight turns where the trailer tires were just almost pivoting and there was no issue. I am going to put about 1,000 miles on them in a week or so. Hopefully nothing to report again!!! So far very pleased... Wow! You =really= must not like having money by towing that fast. Slow down to 65, or less, and you'll likely pick up 2-4 mpg. Slowing from 65 to 60 (old tires) picked me up almost 2 mpg with my old Komfort. Lyle Yes I saw a SIGNIFICANT difference in mileage on my first trip at 65ish to my second at 70-75. I think I got 11 mpg driving 65 and 9 mpg driving 70-75.
Rollochrome 11/20/21 11:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Max Pressure Cold vs Hot Pressures - How Much Is Too Much

Lots of good opinions here. I appreciated the feedback on this thread.
Rollochrome 11/20/21 11:16am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Max Pressure Cold vs Hot Pressures - How Much Is Too Much

Curious why you are setting to max. Your FW should have a recommended psi . It does. It came with F rated tires that had a max psi of 100 I replaced them with G rated tires that have a max psi of 110 so I went with the tires max psi rather than what the trailer sticker specified based on the factory equipped tires
Rollochrome 11/18/21 11:46am Fifth-Wheels
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