Good Sam Club Open Roads Forum: Search
Open Roads Forum Already a member? Login here.   If not, Register Today!  |  Help

Newest  |  Active  |  Popular  |  RVing FAQ Forum Rules  |  Forum Posting Help and Support  |  Contact  

Open Roads Forum  >  Search the Forums

 > Your search for posts made by 'doghouseman' found 10 matches.

Sort by:    Search within results:
  Subject Author Date Posted Forum
RE: Grand Design vs Keystone?

I found a few places on the east coast (right coast) that sell NorthWoods. One place in Penn, KellyRVs, with really good reviews of customer service. So I will probably be looking for a NorthWoods Nash, or Artic Fox.
doghouseman 04/17/20 07:37am Beginning RVing
Grand Design vs Keystone?

From my research it looks like all the good RVs are made on the west coast, but I really need to pick up one on the east coast. So, i have narrowed down to Grand Design and Keystone. Seems like Grand Design could be "all show and no go" as they say. Keystone seems to make a lot of options, but I am really looking for the best quality. Any recommendations? Or something high quality on the east coast?
doghouseman 04/14/20 07:45am Beginning RVing
20 year loan for RV?

A friend of mine was telling me that I can get a 20 year loan on most new RVs. Is this true? Now I realize how people afford those Class A RVs.
doghouseman 03/24/20 09:37am Beginning RVing
Replace Dinette Set?

Is it common to replace the table dinette set with more comfortable accommodations? I really dont need a table to eat on and I would rather have a big lazy boy type chair in place of a dinette set. Can I replace it after market?
doghouseman 03/06/20 09:17am Beginning RVing
Prescriptions while on the road?

How do you guys handle getting prescriptions on the road? Find a local doctor or try and do it all through the mail?
doghouseman 12/21/19 09:43am Beginning RVing
RE: Water and Gas Usage Rates

Maybe I should change the question. How much water usage for showering, cooking, and flushing? I am guessing around 2 gallons for each? Give or take? So about 6 gallons per day for 1 person?
doghouseman 12/20/19 02:08pm Beginning RVing
Water and Gas Usage Rates

I am new to RVing and I am pretty sure I would like to do some boondocking. If possible, could someone give me an estimate of water usage rates for one person? I am looking at a trailer with a 78 gallon fresh water tank, which seems sufficient. I guess I am wondering how quickly I would go through that water? Also, lets say I am in a warm environment and want to run my generator during the middle of the day for AC? How much gas/propane can I expect to go through? I am looking at getting a Cummins Onan 3.6K with a 60 lb propane tank. Thanks
doghouseman 12/13/19 01:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Baltimore area campground

You might know this already but Hopkins is right in the heart of Baltimore and it is not in a great part of town. I am not sure what the other students do, I am not sure if a lot live in town, or in another part of town. Given a choice, I would not live close to Hopkins.
doghouseman 12/13/19 12:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: No Warranty on your RV? Don't buy new?

Can we now agree, the OP's over-simplification and the first post, never came back to the discussion was probably bait? Doghouseman = bored, off season RV salesman.... Sorry, yes thanks for all the great advice. I am not a salesman, just got too busy to repost, but I have been reading the replies when I get the chance, and I learned a lot. I guess having an old boat taught me a lot about fixing things on my own, so I can do that, but I have gotten to the point were I dont want to fix anything anymore, and I was thinking a warranty would be away around that problem with all the things that can go wrong in an RV. But if the dealership is far away and they wont authorize other dealers to fix, that can be a problem.
doghouseman 12/13/19 10:55am Beginning RVing
No Warranty on your RV? Don't buy new?

I am new here and I am surprised most of you guys recommend not getting a new RV with warranty. I bought a very old boat a few years ago and it was my first boat. Looking back I wish I had a warranty on it because it was impossible to find parts for the boat and I spent more time working on the boat than I did actually sailing. Seems like the same logic applies to an RV???? Are there any good RV warranties out there are all they all bad?
doghouseman 12/11/19 01:24pm Beginning RVing
Sort by:    Search within results:

New posts No new posts
Closed, new posts Closed, no new posts
Moved, new posts Moved, no new posts

Adjust text size:

© 2020 CWI, Inc. © 2020 Good Sam Enterprises, LLC. All Rights Reserved.