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RE: "Waxing" a fifth wheel camper

I have went to Wash Wax All , spray on wipe dry ,couldn't be easier , thats all I use now on the fifth wheel ,and our car ,and truck. Got away from Rejek, and all the rest. I get it from Amazon. X2^^ Rob
Second Chance 03/07/21 09:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Blocked Caller Question

It depends on what function or app you've used to block the caller and who your carrier is. With some, they hear nothing as they are immediately disconnected. In other situations, the call goes straight to your voicemail. Some apps send spam calls to lengthy, rather humorous recorded messages intended to waste the spammers time (usually apps you pay for). Rob
Second Chance 03/06/21 08:25am Technology Corner
RE: Any software devs, working from their RV?

Research here: RVMobileInternet.com They are the gurus. Rob
Second Chance 03/03/21 10:17am Full-time RVing
RE: Level Mate Pro

It doesn't matter whether the slide(s) is/are in or out when setting up the LevelMatePRO. If the chassis is level when you calibrate the LevelMatePRO, the the chassis will be level when you use the LevelMatePRO to level it whether the slides are in or out. You're not mounting the LevelMatePRO to a slide (I hope). Rob
Second Chance 02/27/21 08:40am Travel Trailers
RE: Suggestions on where to RV in Cali with good cell reception

Have you looked at your wireless carrier's coverage map? I use Verizon's whenever we're considering staying in the boonies. Rob
Second Chance 02/26/21 11:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: not sure where to post this.....

Some of those carts are not light though. Depending on how many batteries they are carrying. I agree - with a 2009 F150, you'll likely be over payload on the truck. Golf cars are heavy. Rob
Second Chance 02/22/21 08:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV width

I'm not aware of anything that long that's 7' wide any more. The small ones like the r-pods and vintage Shasta knock-offs are - but they're pretty small. Rob
Second Chance 02/15/21 07:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Biting Insects

Rattlesnakes, scorpions, tarantulas, giant red ants, kangaroo rats and centipedes As a native Southwesterner, I find those easier to deal with than what the OP is describing. At least you can be proactive. The Army stationed me in Georgia twice - I'll take NM and AZ any day! The only thing that would keep the sand fleas at bay at FT Stewart seemed to be Avon Skin So Soft... the guys in the 24th ID bought it by the gallon and went to the field smelling like a French bordello.:) Rob
Second Chance 02/15/21 11:21am Snowbirds
RE: Short Term Freezing Weather Tips?

I'm seeing a lot of posts on the topic from folks in Texas right now (we're Texans but not in Texas at the moment). If you run the main furnace rather than space heaters, it should keep the basement from freezing. We're in a fifth wheel rather than a motorhome, but we've weathered temps as low as 10 - 11F with high winds and survived. Rob
Second Chance 02/12/21 12:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for 320G or 328G Momentum

The Momentum G-Class has only been around since the 2019 model year. What are you thinking in terms of "older?" Rob
Second Chance 02/07/21 08:52am Toy Haulers
RE: What do you do for an address?

Three votes for Escapees RV Club. If you try the mail box route, make sure it meets the legal requirements for driver's licenses, vehicle registration, voting, and banking in your state before you jump in. Also, many of those places don't offer mail forwarding if you travel. Rob Oh, no. I have to reach these people and ask questions I guess. Do some reading/research here - it's called "legal domicile." Escapees Domicile Information Rob PS: Some states give you X amount of time to get the address changed on your driver's license, too. You can be cited if it's not correct.
Second Chance 02/05/21 09:43am General RVing Issues
RE: What do you do for an address?

Three votes for Escapees RV Club. If you try the mail box route, make sure it meets the legal requirements for driver's licenses, vehicle registration, voting, and banking in your state before you jump in. Also, many of those places don't offer mail forwarding if you travel. Rob
Second Chance 02/04/21 05:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV furniture by LCI

Lippert RV furniture is notorious for this. The upholstery is bonded leather (ground up bits of leather glued to a fabric backing). It breaks down fairly quickly, especially with exposure to UV. Out of warranty, there is little or no recourse. This problem is not unique to Grand Design, either - it's any RV with Lippert/Thomas Payne furniture. Many folks replace the OEM furniture with something higher quality and more durable. For example, we removed the sleeper sofa (in both our current Solitude and previous Reflection) and have two Ekornes Stressless recliners in its place. Rob
Second Chance 02/03/21 08:30am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Morryde Rubber pin box

The MORryde is an excellent pin box - that's what's coming on the new Solitudes and Momentums. The pin box will not affect your frame warranty since that is the pin box Grand Design is installing on their units, anyway. As you stated, the GVWR of the Reflection 337 is 13,995 lbs. I'd call MORryde and have a conversation with them about which model since your RV is right on the borderline. MORryde is most helpful. I think the model up to 14K will do fine and will likely give you a better ride. The higher rated one might be too stiff. I love our MORryde pin box (and loved our Reflection 337 which we were full time in for 4-1/2 years). Rob
Second Chance 01/31/21 08:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Level Mate Pro

Have had it for about 3 years. Updated my phone from a Motorola to a Samsung. It worked flawless with the Motorola but with the Samsung I'm having trouble pairing. It's more or less hit or miss. I still have the old Motorola phone and it will pair easily. I started bringing it along now. FWIW I use Beach Lane levelers and most of the time it's great. Once in a while when we're on slopped dirt or gravel it becomes a little tougher to level the 1st time. Mostly it's an issue with the levelers slipping when backing up on them. On blacktop or hard packed 3/4 minus it all works great. Mine works flawlessly on my Samsung phone. The update to the Blu-tooth app for the LevelMatePRO requires that you have location on on the phone, now... could that be the problem? Rob
Second Chance 01/31/21 02:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Level Mate Pro

Had ours for 3 seasons now. Ours drifts a bit over time so have to reset the level a couple of times a year, but overall, very satisfied. They've made some modifications to the latest models to correct this tendency (caused by temperature changes). Our new version stays calibrated better than the old. Rob
Second Chance 01/31/21 11:42am Travel Trailers
RE: Level Mate Pro

No cons that I can think of - all pros. We used one for 4-1/2 years (full-timers) on our previous fifth wheel that didn't have auto-level. Greatest thing since sliced bread. I moved it over to our new rig even though the new one has auto-level. I use it to find the most level spot on the site before I unhitch, now. Rob
Second Chance 01/30/21 09:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Social distancing

If we had a "like"button, I would click on it. Same here - funny! Rob
Second Chance 01/16/21 03:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Battery origin

Both Marshall and Johnson Controls have plants in Spain. Johnson Controls has had battery plants there for over 40 years. I think Exide makes the Walmart batteries now and they have operations in about 80 countries around the world. Rob
Second Chance 01/16/21 08:11am Tech Issues
RE: BedRug with hitch

We had a Bed Rug in our previous truck with industry-standard rails for the hitch. I just cut out slots where the bed rails were and installed the bed rug. We had a Tonneau cover which was closed when we weren't towing, but when we went full-time with that rig, the Bed Rug did just fine exposed to the elements. Sometimes pine needles were a little harder to sweep out of the corners.:) Rob
Second Chance 01/14/21 07:14am Fifth-Wheels
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