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RE: best way to recover a roof

What about those companies that spray or roll on a roof that's guaranteed for life?
TurnThePage 07/03/22 09:34am Tech Issues
RE: TT Roof Treatment

I always maintained the roof and sealed any potential leaks before they happened. I applied Eternabond all the way around it back in 2005 or so. I also used Eternabond on any damaged areas (branch snags, etc.). Hengs covers nicely, using a roller and/or brush. I put on three coats, using 2 gallons on my 18' roof. It sticks to the Eternabond just as well or maybe better than it does to the original rubber roof. I had one little spot that lifted on the rubber roof after I used Gorilla tape to temporarily secure something up there. I'm very satisfied with it.
TurnThePage 06/16/22 10:40am General RVing Issues
RE: TT Roof Treatment

Somebody already mentioned Hengs. I will second it. It was simple to apply, reasonably inexpensive and has held well for over 3 years now. If I need to, I can always coat it again.
TurnThePage 06/15/22 03:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Drill motor for stabilizers

I prefer drills to impact drivers for that job. Much quieter and fully up to the job as long as you opt for 18v or higher. I used a DeWalt 14v for a while and it did the job ok, until it suddenly didn't. I've been using a Ryobi 18v drill for quite a while now. It's way more than enough. Keep your stabs clean and lubricated too. It helps.
TurnThePage 05/13/22 09:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Is there an Air Conditioner using Inverter Compressor

I've been looking at the mini-splits too. But the OP (and me too) is asking about a roof mounted unit that has similar characteristics to the typical mini-split. It doesn't seem that difficult from a manufacturing stand point. Maybe just not enough market to justify the upfront costs. Too bad.
TurnThePage 05/12/22 06:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Making my onboard generator quieter

Agreed! CharlesinGA provided a great example of the improved sound. I would opt for that mod in a heartbeat.
TurnThePage 04/28/22 12:44pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Trying to figure out what trailers I can tow

I still don't understand that low towing capacity number, but regardless, I think that truck would easily handle that trailer.
TurnThePage 04/18/22 08:20am Travel Trailers
RE: Trying to figure out what trailers I can tow

I don't think that yellow sticker is an accurate representation of what the truck can tow. Of course, I haven't noticed where you said the truck had the tow package which includes a class IV hitch. My 2015 with the same engine, transmission, and gears, can tow well over 10,000 lbs. The caveat of course being the payload. If you're dropping enough coin for an Airstream, I think I would lean toward a 3/4 ton too. Might as well have some wiggle room.
TurnThePage 04/14/22 08:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Level rv-refrigerator

My 2004 travel trailer manual states 3 degrees side to side and 6 front to rear.
TurnThePage 04/13/22 12:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tankless Hot Water Heater (Gas)

In the past they required a pretty good water flow to actually get hot water. I don't know if that's still the case. I guess that's fine if you always have full hookups. We like to go off grid. I'm not sold on them. On edit: Sorry, that's not really what you asked.
TurnThePage 04/11/22 09:39pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Just a reminder.

Good reminder. I had that happen a couple times in the first 5 years or so. I have to admit I haven't checked it in close to a decade now.
TurnThePage 04/07/22 08:40am Towing
RE: Backup camera supplies

I purchased and installed a rear view camera (not just a backup camera) from them many years ago, perhaps 15 or more. I've transferred the monitor to my newest tow vehicle and am still pleased with it. Even years later, Tim responded to my email request with wiring info. Great service!
TurnThePage 04/04/22 09:02am Technology Corner
RE: Battery operated fan quesiton ?

I have a couple of those USB charged fans with batteries. I'm very impressed so far. One is clip on, one is mounted on a tripod with twisty/grippy legs. Both of them can run straight from USB power as long as it's a 2 amp supply, and both claim an 8 hour run time. One of them is permanently mounted on my home bed providing just what you're asking for. One of the best fans I've ever purchased. More recently I added that one mounted on the tripod. I've been using it in battery mode for over a week to provide ventilation while I'm working out on an exercise machine. So far it still claims to be fully charged, and I've been using it on the medium setting. I think one of those higher capacity phone charging battery units would easily keep a couple of these charged up, allowing you to enjoy a good night's sleep.
TurnThePage 03/30/22 09:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: My Gmail turned to Russian!

I don't think Windows version will have much to do with it. Probably a browser issue.
TurnThePage 03/24/22 12:32pm Technology Corner
RE: Timbrens vs. Sumos.....

When I had a leaf spring F150, I added a helper leaf to each side. Don't remember the brand anymore. Super simple install and worked great for years. I tried Timbrens on my current Ram 1500. It was a jarring mistake. I took them back off within a week. Sumo Springs come in two strengths I think. I would opt for the softer one. Right now I'm considering air bags. Fairly simple install and adjustability are both plusses. JMHO
TurnThePage 03/21/22 06:23pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Jerem Bought a new truck!

Nice! Congrats!
TurnThePage 03/18/22 11:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: New tow vehicle after 3 years of hard work

TurnThePage 03/17/22 09:02am Tow Vehicles
RE: What size inverter do I need?

A Jackery is about as an expensive solution as you could find. (It’s a battery!) Add another solar panel and another RV deep cycle battery. Consider Lithium.This is what I would do. If you could install the panels on the roof, it would be almost no maintenance or thought there after.
TurnThePage 03/14/22 08:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Cooper AT3 XLT

I tried a set of AT3 XLTs several years ago. I couldn't get them to balance even after swapping out two of them. I ended up with Nitto Terra Grapplers. Now I'm going to try the Coopers again as the Nittos simply have no grip for my application. I later learned that the vendor I used may have had unreliable tire balancing equipment.
TurnThePage 03/05/22 11:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Extensive Traveling with a 5th Wheel

Of the "light" fifth wheels I looked at with any real interest, the manufacturer claims materials and assembly are the same. The difference is the units are smaller and may have less stuff in them.
TurnThePage 02/24/22 12:13pm Fifth-Wheels
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