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RE: travel during covid

Full timers and we left Tucson (our winter destination) in April when everything was shut down. Traveled all over the US from AZ to MI to Florida, across Midwest thru Kansas up to Wyoming, back down across Colorado and thru Utah and Nevada. Back in Tucson for the winter. Never had any problems and some areas of the country were more 'open' than others but we shopped and ate in lots of restaurants with no problems. Park here is open with most amenities and while everyone is taking reasonable precautions nobody appears to be too afraid of being out and active. Gotta make your own decisions of what to be afraid of and what not.
blueglide 11/05/20 01:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: FRESH WATER TANK LEAK

Good job! Those fresh water poly tanks are usually LDPE (low density polyethelene) and plastic milk jugs (or water bottle caps) will often work if you don't have LDPE welding rod.
blueglide 10/31/20 06:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: FRESH WATER TANK LEAK

I bought this plastic welder kit a couple years ago and keep it in my rig full time. https://www.polyvance.com/Airless-Welders-1/5700HT/I needed it when I damaged my fresh water tank cresting an unusually steep short slope. It works great and you can also usually find people doing plastic welding/repair in any good size city. The spin weld fittings on your tank can probably be repaired easily since tank is out.
blueglide 10/31/20 12:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: FRESH WATER TANK LEAK

JB Weld won't last on that poly tank. The only real fix is to have it plastic welded or replaced. Clean up all your wiring, fix the tank, add some additional support to the tank if needed to avoid repeat of problem in the future, and don't ignore water leaks in the future for most of a year. They don't get better and only make things worse.
blueglide 10/31/20 10:01am Fifth-Wheels
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