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RE: buy from dealer or private seller

Private. I've purchased 2 used units from owners & both transactions went well. Both were honest, helpful, and helpful after the sale. I also sold both of those units private sale and want equally as well. Still talk with both the guys that have my old coach's also.
Two Jayhawks 06/25/20 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire covers

I've never used them but we also don't stay in any place that long. Every RV tire ages out well before they wear out- generally speaking. Will covering them help me get more than 7 years out of my tires? Or am I just insuring the condition for the farmer that's gets my take off's?
Two Jayhawks 06/09/20 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2021 Chevy Trailblazer AWD towable!

“FOR FREE to design and build the mechanism so the will soon list systems for them.” Page 12 lwiddis I followed your link to page 12 of the towing guide & saw no Trailblazer listed?
Two Jayhawks 06/04/20 08:31am Dinghy Towing
RE: 2021 Chevy Trailblazer AWD towable!

Very cool! Congrats on the new car as well as the no charge tow ready install. Any chance you could share the jist of the towing instructions per the manual? Does it need a charge line like the Equinox? Do you have to get under the shifter boot like the Blazer/Traverse? Anything unusual? Thanks
Two Jayhawks 06/04/20 08:05am Dinghy Towing
RE: 2016 Jeep Wrangler Set Up

Not a Jeep guy. Saw these posted somewhere & it appears they are used instead of a traditional baseplate. Maximus tow loops
Two Jayhawks 05/05/20 09:37am Dinghy Towing
RE: auto Levelers

Yes all 4 should deploy when using auto level. Since the fourth jack WILL go down in manual mode it might be a bad pressure switch at the fourth jack. Very easy to check. Also, welcome to the forum & please do add a signature so everyone can see what you have for more accurate help info.
Two Jayhawks 03/31/20 08:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thanks Doug Rainer

I too have benefitted from Doug and his many helpful replies. Sending a big THANK YOU to you Sir!
Two Jayhawks 03/16/20 07:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Installing a slide out room in an existing coach

In my years of RVing I have met 2-3 people that have had it done. Absolutely it can be done. I would have to really love the coach where that would make sense over selling & choosing one that already had 2 OEM slides.
Two Jayhawks 02/25/20 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: washer/dryer

Not really an option with us unless a load is already started before slides come in. In travel mode the W/D becomes very hard to get to. Regardless I wouldn't be a fan of laundry while traveling. When we RV we typically aint that busy.
Two Jayhawks 01/09/20 03:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yellowstone / Old Faithful area

We were there this past summer and rather than deal with driving, parking, timing, etc. we elected to take advantage of the pros: Yellowstone Vacations tours - they use a 24 passenger bus and get you to all the major stops in an all-day excursion. We got to Yellowstone Falls in time to see the rainbow at the foot of the Falls, and got to Old Faithful just before it erupted. We also had the added attraction of seeing Beehive Guyser erupt right before Old Faithful. You board their bus in West Yellowstone at 8:00 am and return to their garage around 4:00 pm - if you're staying in West Yellowstone they will pick you up and drop you off. That's an excellent suggestion! YNP is one of our fav's & we were just there again in late Sept. Got out just before a decent snow fell. I always seen to be the designated driver. Drive days in the park can be long and taxing on my eye's not to mention driving is not sightseeing. Group camping next to us @ Grizzly had done that tour & raved about it. I might give it a whirl next visit just to let someone else do all the driving.
Two Jayhawks 12/23/19 09:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Park Reviews

Been using that site for many years- love it. I'll have to give the new site more time as my first impression was just OK. When I search for a RV park by state, city, etc. I used to like to choose "highest rated" over alphabetical or several other filters. It looks like highest rated isn't a filter option any longer? Lastly, the site seems to almost too much for my older computer. It never seems to finish loading. Reminds me of years ago I used to use MapQuest but now a days the site never stops loading so I rarely use it.
Two Jayhawks 12/17/19 09:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pigion Forge TN

We also love the Smokies & have been returning regularly since I was a child. The national park never disappoints. Probably why it is one of or maybe the most visited of our national parks. Traversing the main drag tests my medication but others love it. Many great RV parks to choose from; Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Sevierville If you have never been or have children you probably need to experience the tourist trap aspect once & make up your own minds. We'll return regardless as the park is worth it to us.
Two Jayhawks 12/03/19 08:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 15 Amp Service

We did Thanksgiving about 6 years ago with family on their property outside Clovis NM. They had a nice little place on some land & we just used a 15 amp plug in off the house. It worked out great.
Two Jayhawks 12/03/19 08:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will any portable compressor handle 95 psi?

Anything small & portable would be a good RV compressor as long as it has a high enough PSI rating. Most of us will never have to find out how long it might take to fill a 22.5" from flat.
Two Jayhawks 11/25/19 02:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Fulltimer freeze concerns

It's good to keep a watchful eye on low temps. I'll also reiterate that Newmar's are so well insulated it shouldn't be an issue. For your own piece of mind why not get a wireless thermometer, place in basement, & you can see for yourself how warm it is staying.
Two Jayhawks 11/12/19 07:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: In-Depth RV Lithium Install & Wiring Film - Mike Mas

Hi Mike, I've enjoyed watching & learned something from all of your videos. Thanks for posting.
Two Jayhawks 10/30/19 08:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Not too early for Halloween, have been on a spooky campsite?

Good one. Steven King could probably make millions with just that as a story line.
Two Jayhawks 10/11/19 01:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Booth dinette set

Sure there is probably a CL buyer for it if it is priced right. If you don't sell it & want it gone list it on CL in the FREE section & it will go.
Two Jayhawks 10/10/19 02:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery Hold downs

Can you utilize straps instead of a hold down bracket? Mine are just Husky straps from Home Depot.
Two Jayhawks 10/01/19 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to stay in St Louis?

Maybe I should get your feedback on which attractions are most/least worthwhile? We plan to visit the Gateway arch complex, Grant National Historic Site, Missouri state History Museum & Art Museum, as well as the Missouri Botanical Gardens (Tower Grove House), & of course the Anhaueser brewery for a tour. In view of the reviews so far, HELP!!! Thanks... The Botanical Gardens in St. Louis is world class. Even if you are not into that type of thing I would budget several hours as a minimum. Maybe the corpse flower will be blooming- that's a rare treat. Also, plan to visit the Hill & have a meal there.
Two Jayhawks 09/04/19 08:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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