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RE: Tires for Towing 20k 5ver and Snow at altitude

Check out the Falken wildpeak A/T3W. It is a great A/T tire and is snow rated. I really like mine the work awesome in the snow and rain and are not loud on dry pavement.
hondapro 12/11/22 05:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: Compressor refrigerator opinons

We have the 12 volt compressor in our new rig, we love it it. We normally camp with hookups. It cools down a lot faster and it stays cold.
hondapro 09/17/22 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Best Hitch

With mw B&W I never do a tug test. With the B&W you can clearly see if the jaws are around the pin. As thick as the jaws are if you are high hitched it would be easy to tell.
hondapro 09/03/22 04:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Truck tires

I am happy with my Falken wildpeaks A/T3W tires they are quiet and have great traction. I had the Michelin LTX A/T2 tires on my truck and I hated them. They work great if you never get off the pavement.
hondapro 07/29/22 05:39am Towing
RE: 5th Wheel Hitch Buyer's Guide

I have a B&W Companion slider with a short bed F-350 I have never needed the slider yet, I can turn pretty sharp before getting close to the cab. I do slide it back to hitch up, it gives me more room between the tailgate and the front of the fifth wheel.
hondapro 07/29/22 05:09am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Old tow rig about ready for duty again!

Looks great. I always liked the square body Chevys
hondapro 07/04/22 05:26am Tow Vehicles
RE: Is It Worth It?

My first five or six trucks in my lifetime were gassers. My last two were/are diesels. I'll never go back, even if I quit RVing. Mike I am the same, as long as I am dragging around a RV it will be pulled by a diesel. I just enjoy the way a diesel pulls for me it is a more relaxing towing experience. If I was to stop RVing I would go to a gasser most likely in a 1/2 ton.
hondapro 06/24/22 05:15am Tow Vehicles
RE: Discoverer AT3 XLT

I agree the Falken wildpeak A/T3W is a great tire
hondapro 05/21/22 05:07am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Blackstone Owner - Do I still need my grill?

I was in the same position I have a roadtrip grill and got a 22 inch Blackstone. I carried both last camping season and I never got the grill out one time. We always used the Blackstone. I sold the grill in the fall.
hondapro 05/13/22 05:11am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Which Blackstone to buy?

We have the 22 with the lid and stand,it is great. We also had a coleman roadtrip grill I carried it last season along with the blackstone and we never used the coleman one time. I took it out and sold it. The problem with the coleman is that it is a pain to clean after using it.
hondapro 04/22/22 04:22am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Whaddaya gonna do?

We have the 2022 season all booked and we are going.
hondapro 03/27/22 05:34am RV Lifestyle
RE: Do you always have to pay inside at Truck stops?

The TSD/Open road card works great.
hondapro 03/19/22 05:36am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Expert Fuel Pump Opinions Needed!

Have you checked for power and ground at the tank connector? I would test the circuit first before pulling the tank.
hondapro 03/13/22 05:26am Tech Issues
RE: Cooper AT3 XLT

Look at the Falken wildpeaks A/T3W tires they are great tires. I had Coopers on my last truck and was not happy with them What was the not happy with them. ? It seems no matter what tire , they don't seem to make everyone happy ,some loved them ,some hated them . What I found that really surprised me is the Firestone Transforce ,they came OE on my truck, other then they were shot at 28K they were okay . Most that had them experienced the same results . But I have read when the Transforce is brought up how crappy they are ,some just love them, and wouldn't have anything else . So I am always curious when I hear not happy . I can say that to some extend my present tires the Toyo's AT2's as expensive as they are , not overly happy with them . I thought maybe I would see a bit better mileage out of them . Other then that they were quiet ,handled well ,and never got out of balance . But my truck went thru the OE's pretty quick, Toyo's did better then that, they are my second set on this truck. If the next set do better or the same as the Toyo's then I know that's what I will have to live with . The set I had was hard to keep in balance, I had to balance them every time I rotated them. If I did'nt they would vibrate. The other thing was that when they were about half way worn the rubber compound seemed to change, they seemed to get hard, it was really noticeable on wet roads. They also started to cup and get very noisey.
hondapro 03/06/22 05:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: Step to reach hitch pin

Thanks for all the replies
hondapro 03/06/22 05:01am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cooper AT3 XLT

Look at the Falken wildpeaks A/T3W tires they are great tires. I had Coopers on my last truck and was not happy with them
hondapro 03/05/22 05:35am Tow Vehicles
Step to reach hitch pin

I was wondering what kind or step guys are using to reach the hitch handle pin? I am 6 feet tall I can reach the handle ok but the locking pin on my B&W is too far.Being in my mid 50's and fat the days of stepping on to of the tire are past me. I would like something that is compact and will store easy but is still sturdy enough to support my fat butt. Thanks
hondapro 03/05/22 04:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cost of FCC 2-Way-Radio License

Recently I bought a pair of Midland GXT1000VP4 GMRS Two-Way Radios so my wife and I can communicate with each other when she is hiking and I am at our campsite. Now I see that the box says "FCC License Required." Apparently there is a cost of $70 just to submit an application. And I have no idea what the license costs or how long it is good. And it seems that we can't even try out the radios to see if they are suitable for the intended purpose and return them if they are not without paying the FCC a bunch of money. HELP! Can you clue me in as to what I got myself into, what it will cost, and how to avoid paying a bunch of $ to the FCC if we decide these won't be suitable for us? Thanks. I would try the radios to see if they are going to work for you,If they do then send for the license. I doubt they are going to do what you want them to do, if you are in the woods you will only get about a 1/4 to a 1/2 mile range out of them
hondapro 02/26/22 06:22am Technology Corner
RE: trailer quality

Keystone. Jayco, Grand design, Kz, etc. They all use pretty much the same components from the same manufactures. If you compare the models at the same price point you will see the build quality is about the same.Pick your price point and then pick a floor plan that works for you and go with it.
hondapro 02/06/22 05:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Need help narrowing down 5th wheel

For the hitch I recommend the B&W Companion slider.
hondapro 02/05/22 04:46am Fifth-Wheels
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