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RE: Flat Towing Lincoln Navigator with Driveshaft Disconnect

SuperBus do you have heavy duty trailer tow with the 2 speed transfer case (i.e. do you have a 4x4 low position)? The two speed transfer case does have a neutral position (owner's manual has instructions on how to achieve neutrla) so can be flat towed as indicated in Ford towing guides and your owner's manual. Keep in mind that when the transfer case is in neutral you are bypassing the park pawl in the transmisison so use of wheel chocks to secure vehicle is advisable to prevent unintended roll-away. On the one speed transfer case there is not a neutral position so not flat towable without aftermarket driveline disconnects.
ggardne2 02/20/20 09:17pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Galveston area things to do

I second visitng the USS Calvalla, it is well worth seeing and because it is on land easy to access. There is also a sea turtle hatchery on the island that is interesting to visit.
ggardne2 01/26/20 08:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Atwood hot water heater thermostat question

Just for info most Atwood/Dometic water heaters have a front mounted thermostat that controls the 12V propane circuit and on the back of the heater there is a second thermostat that controls the 110V element. If you only change the front thermostat it will impact the propane temperature but will have no impact on the electric element temperature. Unless you have a rear access panel or access to the back of your water heater you will need to remove the water heater to access the thermostat for the electric element (at least on any Atwood I have experience with). You can verify this information by reviewing the wire diagrams in the manual to your water heater.
ggardne2 01/26/20 08:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Morryde Step Above

I am happy with our Step Above, when in use it is a very stury step and because it stores inside the trailer it doesn't rust and get stiff like the older steps did. Also, it will adust to accomodate pretty much any site so I no longer have to carry an extra step/stool to accomodate unlevel sites where the front of the traielr ends up high.
ggardne2 01/19/20 07:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: And the smokey glass stove cover is no more

Is thsi what you are looking for? Furion Top Glass
ggardne2 12/01/19 09:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Indianapolis

if you're comings south on I-65 Prophetstown State Park near Lafayette is open year round. The bath house is closed but the full hook-up sites are open and have frost free hydrants so have water. Prophetstown State Park
ggardne2 11/15/19 08:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winterization issues

My vote is an oepn low point drain also ... is it possible that when you opened the drain for the water tank you also opened one of your low point drains?
ggardne2 11/03/19 09:16pm Class C Motorhomes
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