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RE: Who makes the shocks?

The MORryde shock absorbing equalizers will give you the same effect of neutralizing things like expansion joints and will soften hits from potholes and such. I don't know why they work but they really do and would be a simple bolt in for you. Either way, it's worth doing as it stops the jarring action of hitting this stuff from coming through to the tow vehicle - it's really an amazing improvement.
ScottG 06/04/23 09:31pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wolf Creek 840 Goes Lithium

Nice stuff. Redodo is known to be top notch.
ScottG 06/04/23 06:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Charging batteries with a small generator

You will be very close on capacity with that gen.
ScottG 06/04/23 06:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Who makes the shocks?

When I installed shocks on my last TT, I found Monroe had a line of trailer shocks. They worked well for me.
ScottG 06/04/23 11:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is replacing the furnace worth it?

No, new ones still suck power from your battery.
ScottG 06/02/23 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: How screwed am I ? Boneheaded jacking mistake

It's not going to have any effect being bent there. Enjoy your trip.
ScottG 06/01/23 12:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Roof Opinions Please

Clean a spot. If the black lifts away then there's nothing wrong with it other than being dirty, which doesn't hurt it at all.
ScottG 05/31/23 11:36am Tech Issues
RE: Protection

I used one for 13 years on our last rv and it looked like new when I traded it in. We get light to moderate wind here but rarely anything damaging. FWIW, I keep our new rig under a carport and the old cover actually kept the rv cleaner over the winter.
ScottG 05/30/23 08:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Generac shutdown issues, help!

IMHO those fans aren't even close to enough to moving enough air. If you really want some kind of fan, get a 14+" electric pusher fan (the biggest that will fit) for a vehicle radiator.
ScottG 05/25/23 08:54am Tech Issues
RE: Generac shutdown issues, help!

Also have you weighed the trailer? Looks like a lot of weight on the hitch. Roflmao! Just stop… It’s not a RV so not subject to all the weird travel trailer “stuff” that virtually no one else cares about…ever, when actually using trailers. Maybe we need the payload capacity of the tow vehicle before we can talk aboot his generator too? For sure a dually would solve all his problems.. ;)
ScottG 05/25/23 08:44am Tech Issues
RE: Would You Caulk This Shower Tub?

No. I had to take my entire tub and shower surround out because it had been installed wrong, resulting in a cracked tub. It looked exactly like yours and I can tell you the surround overlaps a flange around the tub by a good inch. On mine, there was absolutely no sign of any water having ever leaked around there. There's no way any sealant would live long there anyway. I would leave it alone.
ScottG 05/23/23 09:51am General RVing Issues
RE: What happens when you overfill tanks.....

And sometimes the tanks distort and fall out of the rig.
ScottG 05/22/23 09:55am Tech Issues
RE: New to Travel trailers

I suggest you go to a big RV show so you can look at lots of options all at once.
ScottG 05/21/23 07:43am Travel Trailers
RE: May have towed too much weight

It sucks but you're going to have to do something different or you're going to be in for repeated and extremely expensive repairs.
ScottG 05/21/23 07:38am Towing
RE: New RV Park, Idaho Falls, ID.

In fairness, they don't call themselves a resort - just a "park". Fair enough ^^^^^ OTOH the one near me hasn't got squat and they call themselves a resort. Maybe these places should look up the definition of the word!
ScottG 05/21/23 07:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Our new camper!

Congrats! There's nothing like camping in a new rig.
ScottG 05/21/23 07:32am Travel Trailers
RE: New RV Park, Idaho Falls, ID.

In fairness, they don't call themselves a resort - just a "park". While we prefer woodsy state CG's, there's no denying these types of places are very popular wherever they open and there's a lot of people who prefer the wide open feeling. We have a new one in a small, semi-remote town (Sultan, Wa.) that gets $65+/night. Even though there's no real amenities or anything to do, it stays fairly full - enough so that they're expanding. We need more capacity and I say if people like them (and they seem to), I for one am glad these places are springing up and gobbling up campers.
ScottG 05/21/23 07:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Distance between the two RV?

I don't know of many private parks, if any, that don't pack seasonals in as tight as possible. A new trend is for them to make seasonals sign a waiver requiring them to not attach anything to the rig, have the rig ready to be moved when not occupied, and provide a log with dates the tenant plans to occupy giving them the permission to move the rig if they need the space/site, say for a weekend camper. It also releases them from any liability when/if they do move it. Expect this to become the norm. Don't like it, don't patronize. Yep, that would be a hard NO from us too.
ScottG 05/20/23 03:16pm Beginning RVing
RE: UL Certified 12v USB Charging Receptacles?

No need for UL approval - these are very simple devices. I've installed a bunch of them over the years in all kinds of vehicles and RV's. Never had an issue. Even the one Arctic Fox wired backwards that kept blowing a fuse was fine once I corrected the wiring.
ScottG 05/19/23 09:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water leak

Any chance there are low point drains there?
ScottG 05/18/23 06:26pm Class A Motorhomes
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