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RE: St Pete Mobile RV repair reccomendations

Madhatter1 you want to hit up google or other sources to try to find a Mobile RV service, see how much of your project they can or will take on.
Y-Guy 09/15/19 03:22pm Toy Haulers
RE: shield for towed car

Husband is concerned about air flow behind the shield and wants to know if drilling small holes in the shield will be a benefit or if doing so will affect the integrity of the shield.I can't see any benefit from doing this, in a rain situation it would just let any rain/mud/dirt get through the holes. What does he think the benefit would be from it? What concerns about airflow does he have? The car isn't running so I'm not sure what concerns he has.
Y-Guy 09/15/19 08:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nothing Stays secure!

There is a duplicate thread already in this forum. I'm closing this you can continue discussion here.
Y-Guy 09/13/19 11:49am Toy Haulers
RE: ATC Aluminum Toy Hauler 8.5 x 28 Front Bedroom

Just to give you some reading before you get some replies here is a search result for ATC in this group. click here
Y-Guy 09/13/19 08:09am Toy Haulers
RE: Need TOAD advice ........................

OP bought his car, and this thread is going south so going to close it down.
Y-Guy 09/12/19 08:20am Dinghy Towing
RE: Toy Hauler Recommendations

Some good brands have already been mentioned. Grand Design generally gets some good reviews, the other one that might be worth a look is the Luxe but I'm not sure anyone here has bought one. It's part of the old Weekend Warrior break up (two companies using the name now) but you might check it out.
Y-Guy 09/09/19 09:09am Toy Haulers
RE: KZ Sportsman Fifth wheel toy hauler Wiring diagram

Welcome to the forums! As already mentioned it would be pretty much next to impossible to get a wiring diagram. Over the years many have tried only to either not get a reply from the factory or been told they don't have them available. What are you trying to accomplish? Many of us have worked our way around the lack of wiring diagram, but helps to know what you're trying to do.
Y-Guy 09/09/19 08:57am Toy Haulers
RE: 2800 Wide Lite By Weekend Warrior?

59 pages wow! I’ll read those later Maybe I should run! I wouldn't run, but be aware and understand the issues. There are many, many very happy WW owners and a number that got taken for a bad ride. Not all of the WWs were impacted, so knowing what to look for can help you steer clear of problems.
Y-Guy 09/08/19 07:44am Toy Haulers
RE: 2800 Wide Lite By Weekend Warrior?

I assume you looked through the WW Repairs thread, if not, do check it out.
Y-Guy 09/07/19 06:26pm Toy Haulers
RE: Need TOAD advice ........................

I am looking for a FLAT TOW car , but it seems that almost EVERY one I consider , has really rotten ratings and histories on Car Complaints website. I prefer something between 2005 and 2012 , for price reasons. Jeeps ... ALL , seem to be a garbage car.. So when you say Jeeps you need to qualify it a bit as there is the JEEP (Wrangler) and then every other sub-model they make; Cherokee, Compass, Rengade, etc. I have a 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara coming up on 97k miles and I've had zero problems. Just normal service and tires. Vast majority of Wrangler owners I know are the same. There were some years that were prone to some issues. The 2012 year had the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, and early on there were some issues. But to say they are a garbage car is a gross overstatement IMHO. However there is a reason you see so many Jeeps being towed behind motor homes, they are one of the easiest to tow and come with the fewest restrictions.
Y-Guy 09/06/19 12:24pm Dinghy Towing
RE: OREGON STATE PARKS RANT

Here in the Willamatte valley of Oregon we have good camping weather well into fall and sometimes beyond. Oregon state parks are extremely popular in the fall with it being a challenge to find a spot. Despite data from their own web site proving this Oregon State Parks refuses to keep parks or loops open longer thus turning away revenue and camping opportunities to all. You can find a list of the Oregon State Parks Board Commissioners here with that you can find each member online, if you are serious I would personally email/mail/call each of them with your concern. They also have their meetings posted on that same page and you might go to one. A few years ago I helped lobby from an out of State visitors perspective to help get some grant funds to expand an ORV park. I can say the representatives on the East side all got back to me, not so much with some others. Go north and stay in a Washington park. Problem solved. Unless you live on the East side of the State. They abandoned most of the campgrounds in our area, turned some into KOAs and our county took over one.
Y-Guy 09/04/19 04:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Toy hauler for kayaks and bicycles

I have actually been thinking of looking for a toyhauler when we upgrade our travel trailer. I want to store my expensive mountain bike and all the kids stuff chairs kayaks etc inside. There used to be toyhaulers with a s,all garage sized for a single quad, I wonder if there are still any around? I could be wrong, as it changes daily, but I don't think there are any currently being manufactured. Its a pretty small niche market.
Y-Guy 09/04/19 09:28am Toy Haulers
RE: Subaru as dinghy

Were you able to find a baseplate for it? Blue Ox makes one, towing against Subaru's advice is up to you.
Y-Guy 08/31/19 07:14pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Thinking of buying a Vista Cruiser 19CSK trailer..advice?

Moved from Dinghy Towing.
Y-Guy 08/31/19 07:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Thinking of buying a Vista Cruiser 19CSK trailer..advice?

Double post, closing this thread. To reply please post in this thread.
Y-Guy 08/31/19 07:11pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Rage’n FS2600

George if you look around the edges or the flange can you find any company name or parts number on the skylight?
Y-Guy 08/21/19 02:00pm Toy Haulers
RE: Financing for used toy hauler.

Keep in mind the kick back that dealers get for financing. I've heard that some push back very hard if you get your own financing, or the deal you had is based on their financing. With that kick back use that to negotiate.
Y-Guy 08/20/19 08:20am Toy Haulers
RE: retained fumes in garage?

If your toys leak and you are not proactive about it you may have issues. Clean up quickly or put something down and you would be fine. We always shut the fuel off in our toys. I had to flip one of our ATVs to stand up so I drained the fuel and ran until dry. What little fuel leaked was quickly cleaned up with full strength Simple Green. During the loading and shortly after we ran the garage fan, again never had any issues.
Y-Guy 08/18/19 06:21am Toy Haulers
RE: Financing for used toy hauler.

jmbstudios, you can google RV financing for some suggestions, as already suggested check with your local Credit Union first. I know Bank of the West used to be a big RV lender, but I'm not sure if they are still or not.
Y-Guy 08/17/19 06:08pm Toy Haulers
RE: Is this RV to long in the back to launch 24’ boat.

It will really depend on the lake levels, the ramp angle and the tongue on the boat trailer. Your generator does appear to be at the back and that far back the risk of submersion is something to take serious consideration. The other challenge is retrieval, as you know. From what I see, it's going to be very risky and I'm not sure I'd do it. I launch with our Winnebago and I've seen a lot of different setups over the years try, and some fail to launch. One time we were camping and guy had a very nice Diesel pusher and nice boat, he never launched the boat himself. In the bay of his rig he had maybe a dozen, or more, cases of beer. He'd go find a guy with a pick up he said and make a deal. His boat never spent the night in the water. Smart man if you ask me. One option, I wouldn't do it to tow with it, but for launching might be to get a tow bar extension to put on/off. https://www.etrailer.com/static/images/pics/c/4/c45048_10_1000.jpg width=480
Y-Guy 08/16/19 09:17am Beginning RVing
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