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 'jules6' found 6 matches.

Sort by:    Search within results:
  Subject Author Date Posted Forum
RE: Best Used Hybrid to Tow 4-Down 4-Door ??

They did not make a CRV hybrid in 2014. There is a 2020 CRV hybrid that is not towable four down. The last honda CRV that is towable was in 2014, after that they changed the trans to a CVT.
jules6 03/06/20 02:28pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Bradd and Hall Furniture

I have had Bradd/Hall install new driver and passenger seats and power windshield shades in my rv and they did a great job. I know it's a long trip up there but the nice thing is you can try out the furniture before you buy it in their showroom. We went there and looked at what they had and then ordered what we liked then went on an extended trip to the Dakotas and on our return they installed everything. They have electric hook-ups in their parking lot if you have to overnight.
jules6 09/01/19 06:52am General RVing Issues
Seasonal Site

Is anyone using their Class A Motorhome on a seasonsl site, instead of a travel trailer?
jules6 07/13/19 04:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ontario Canada scraps travelers medical coverage

Well guess what, If you travel to Mexico and get sick you are not covered by insurance either. My friend went to Cancun and had a heart attack and they wanted $45,000 up front to treat him. They did not want to hear anything about insurance, cash or credit card only.
jules6 05/03/19 01:43pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Replacement Water Heater Part

This is called a street elbow and you can get it at just about any hardware store.
jules6 04/27/19 07:36am Tech Issues
RE: Rhino Sewer Hose

WD-40 isn't actually a true lubricant. WD stands for "water displacing" and its main use is as a solvent or rust dissolver. The lubricant-like properties of WD-40 come not from the substance itself, but from dissolving components. And the effect doesn't last. WD-40 can be a good substance to start with — it can help clean up rust or other grime. But depending on what you're working with, you should probably follow up WD-40 with use of a true lubricant such as one based on silicone, grease, Teflon, or graphite.
jules6 03/31/19 06:02pm General RVing Issues
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.