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RE: 2nd AC size

P.S. - a big unit for a small space equals a lot of short cycles which isn't good.
Super_Dave 06/10/21 07:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2nd AC size

Thanks all! The unit is pre-wired for electric but not ducting. Should have mentioned that originally. So it would be a direct vent for the second. We have a front bathroom which currently has a vent and the bedroom has a vent. The factory vents can only be aimed not closed. So I intend to replace those with vents that can be closed helping cool the main living space and the bunk room more and then open all when we are on 30amp and can only run a single. Most of our camping is <90 F but being east coast it is often very humid. Anyway, sounds like most would for 15k for the bedroom. Maybe I add a box fan during the day to blow bedroom air out into the living space to help. Thanks again all! If it is just for the bedroom, a polar cub 9 or 11 would be more than enough and possibly quiet enough to sleep with while running.
Super_Dave 06/10/21 07:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tomato Pie

I think I just threw up in my mouth a little. Lol And I thought that I liked all pie.
Super_Dave 06/10/21 02:35pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 2nd AC size

Per Sandia, the 15k will also dump into the living space which the single unit rarely can keep up with. FWIW, no unit is quiet enough to sleep with unless you sleep with shooters ear protection.
Super_Dave 06/10/21 02:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gray water to black tank?

If all valves are closed, where would be the first place that the black tank overflowed?
Super_Dave 06/09/21 11:50am General RVing Issues
RE: shades ideas to keep the sun off Camper?

I’m betting that the majority of heat gain is from the walls, not the roof.
Super_Dave 06/08/21 09:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Level

Carpenters level on the kitchen island.
Super_Dave 06/08/21 08:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cost of RVing

Our summer season campground was sold to new owners this past winter and the rates immediately went up 25%. Looking at the total cost of camping, my wife and I figured that we would save about $500/month if we gave up camping in the RV.
Super_Dave 05/26/21 09:36am General RVing Issues
RE: LP or electric on a meter

I don't know about your campground but we are also at a seasonal site and we don't pay for metered electrical use unless we go over our base allowance per month. Over the past few summers, frig and daily air conditioning didn't put us over our allowance.
Super_Dave 05/24/21 02:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: Buy new now or wait until end of summer

If you have to sell yours in the same time frame as when you buy then what’s the difference? You sell/buy at higher price now vs sell/buy lower price later. I guess the advantage to doing it now is you know what the market is, if you wait until later, you hope you know what the market will be. I used to be like you and try to figure out what the best timing is to get that slight advantage. You win some you lose some. Now I do things when I want and don’t worry about if I could have saved down the road. I must be getting old. Good on you Tom, life is too short.
Super_Dave 05/14/21 11:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Maybe a new low?

I put some anchors in but don't know how much good they will do.
Super_Dave 05/10/21 02:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: If you bought your RV on payments from General RV.

Sounds like a great 10 year lease plan. I don't think they will want 10 year old units with that kind of balance back.
Super_Dave 05/10/21 01:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Buy new now or wait until end of summer

Buy now while lots have units in stock.
Super_Dave 05/10/21 01:31pm General RVing Issues
Maybe a new low?

My wife has recently experienced a disability and today tried to get around in the 5th wheel to see if camping would be possible. She grabbed the handrail and it immediately pulled out of the wall. Screwed into nothing but the 1/8" Luan.
Super_Dave 05/10/21 01:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Can’t find a part

This one has outside Dim of 7-3/4" h x 12-5/8" w, Linkaroonie That's the one! Now I just need to find one that isn't outrageously priced.
Super_Dave 04/24/21 07:36am General RVing Issues
Can’t find a part

The hatch door on my power cord compartment broke and can’t find the hatch anywhere. I can find the square style but mine is 8” X 12.5” and black in color.
Super_Dave 04/23/21 04:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: 5th wheel tailgate

I cut a piece of plywood the correct size and spent the money that I saved on Diet Pepsi or some other beverage . 3/4" plywood was $100/sheet at Home Depot last week. Not a lot of savings for a hillbilly tailgate.
Super_Dave 04/20/21 01:50pm Towing
RE: What do you use for an outdoor ground cover?

One year when e had done extensive site rebuilds with blue grass sod, a camper unrolled their huge astroturf over the beautiful grass? When I aked why, she replied she didnt want her camper to get dirty with mower clippings. She left us a nasty review. I didnt mind, we didnt want people like her in our camp. Nature is a foreign concept to many. If you wish for a ground cover, get an open weave mat that lets water andlight through that does not hinder grass much and still gives you what you want. Do what you can to enjoy and preserve Unsolicited opinion, every campground that I have been in with grass has such stringent requirements about the grass that I never choose a site with grass. I've seen folks get thrown out for parking one wheel on the grass. Make sites as wide as possible and 100% useable.
Super_Dave 04/16/21 06:21am General RVing Issues
RE: What do you use for an outdoor ground cover?

RV mats at Walmart, $49.99. We get a few seasons out of them and then the sun will break them down a bit.
Super_Dave 04/16/21 06:16am General RVing Issues
RE: 5th wheel tailgate

Maybe something like this will work for you. Tailgate @ eTrailer I believe that this is one of the 100 pound weight capacity tailgates
Super_Dave 04/15/21 10:59am Towing
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