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RE: Tires?

I also changed my Michelins with Toyo's. Michelin has had issues with sidewall deterioration. Do you have a reference for that? I've had 2 set of Michelins, they give a softer ride, and longer life. Yeah, I had 3 sets crack badly after 3 1/2 years, enough I didn't want to drive on them anymore. Michelin gave me credit one time, and I switched to Toyo's and will never use Michelin again. And as far as Michelin is a softer ride both my wife and I feel we are getting a better ride with the Toyo's.
William B 10/25/21 04:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reset of Aladin

You don't say what model coach you have, but on our 2007 Navigator there is an Aladdin reset switch in the overhead cabinet over the entry door.
William B 09/14/21 06:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 22.5 wheels

It's how our coach is set up.
William B 08/24/21 07:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Travel

All I can say is do not waste your time on a lobster roll. Not much lobster on a hot dog bun. Get the whole lobster, and not a soft shell one as there isn't much meat in them WOW! Completely depends where you get that lobster roll. Many, many places have at least the meat from a whole lobster on the one roll. Try Red's in Wiscasset, Clam Shack in Kennebunkport, 5 Islands in 5 Islands, I could go on.
William B 06/26/21 06:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Slide toppers

Stone Vos they make the best quality awning fabrics, great service, incredible warranty, excellent product.
William B 06/01/21 06:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Florida domicile people do you stay 6 months there?

If you are truly full time you can establish a residency in any state as long as you meet their criteria, Florida, South Dakota, and Texas lead the list for full timers. Look into Escapee's for information on domicile, it's a good reference.
William B 05/23/21 06:21am Full-time RVing
RE: voting and driver license issues with full time

Absolutely not true that banks won't accept a PMB.
William B 05/08/21 05:11am Full-time RVing
RE: voting and driver license issues with full time

We have used Fl as a domicile since 2004, and SBI for the last 5 years. It is completely legal, and voting is no problem. DL and title and registration hasn't been any issue either. We had one small mail forwarder go out of business very suddenly and left us high and dry, so if I were you I would go with a highly recommended one like SBI or Escapees or Good Sam.
William B 05/07/21 05:23am Full-time RVing
RE: Replacement Window Slide Lock

https://pnwtool.com/Prestashop/index.php
William B 05/01/21 05:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: camping outlook 2021

We have been full timing for over 16 years and we have definitely seen the parks full and hard to get reservations. We are 45' so that already cuts down on the places we can stay. We commented many times this past year how many temporary plates we'd see on mostly trailers, 5ths, and many motorhomes. They are definitely new to the lifestyle, don't know any campground etiquette, have trouble backing into easy spots, etc. We have had to reserve out much farther than ever before. But would I sit without moving, absolutely not, we usually put 10-12,000 miles year on and did last year and plan to this year, although our cancelled plans of spending 6 weeks or so in Maine which we cancelled last year looks like it might be cancelled this year with the tight restrictions still in place.
William B 02/15/21 04:06am Full-time RVing
RE: Need an Education

We have a DP and as far as leaving a site, we start the engine and then disconnect water, sewer, and electric, usually in the time that takes we come up on the air enough to bring in the slides. We bring in the slides which takes another couple minutes and idle out. It does take almost 10 minutes in all. We can't move our slides until we are fully up on the air. As far as pulling in, we turn off the engine to extend the slides but then need to start it again to level, but that only takes a minute unless very unlevel site. Idling into the campground cools the engine enough to shut down.
William B 01/29/21 04:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A travel without interstates

We avoid interstates almost all the time unless we absolutely have to make time and that is rare.
William B 01/27/21 04:18am Class A Motorhomes
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