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RE: Mach 15 a/c not cooling well

On our Jayco 33 RLDS we had only had 1 15 thousand Btu A/c. I took all the vents out of the ceiling and wrapped tape around the cone part then put the vents back in. Also on the very farthest vents away from the a/c while the vents were out I took some styraphone and blocked the duct past the vent. So when the a/c is on the cold air does not go past the farthest vent and comes out. Made a big differance in the way the a/c works. Also installed digital thermostats. In 105 temps kept the trailer 75 degrees. nice and cool Did the same mods to our Jayco Bungalow and the new Jayfeather. Made one big difference.
parcany 07/11/20 08:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Vehicle for Towing

I towed a 35 foot 6 inch Jayco with a Ford Excursion. Towed like a dream as long as the wdh is set up properly. I would go with the Chevy Police cause just about everything in Heavy Duty
parcany 07/09/20 08:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Just curious......

Tow my 31 foot Jayco, 7000 pound with a Excursion. On level ground 10-11. On hills 8-9. Excursion empty about 14-15.
parcany 04/12/20 09:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Xchocks question

I tried the store bought brands when I first started. For the last 20 years or so, I ahve been using homemade ones. Two 4x6s cut into a wedge with a large 12-14' bolt and nut to tighten them. A lot of times I don't need them. When I am off level, I dig holes for the high side wheels. Lots of advantages to doing it like this. The TT cannot fall out of the holes, like ican off of blocks. The TT sits lower which is better for the steps and stability in wind. The only thing needed is a shovel which is a handy thing to have in camp anyway. Don't take this the wrong way but it would be kind of hard to dig holes under the high side wheels when you are in a state campground when the parking area is tar. Out in the boonies would be ok. I use a homemade set of 4x4 chocks and the store bought x-chocks and it works out just great. Never had the trailer even think about moving while unhitching it.
parcany 03/01/20 07:47pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need a Dometic rooftop AC unit

Dark Sky From what I have been told you hit the nail on the head. Replacement only. Could be wrong.
parcany 02/27/20 01:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Marinated Hotdogs

I like dogs that are fried/grilled. Not so much boiled. Put dog in bun take Sweet Babys Ray dipping sauce with horseradish put on top. Then eat. Super good.
parcany 11/12/19 07:52pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: snack food

I am from Connecticut and we used to have it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. When I fix it out here in Az our friends really liked it. They never had it before. My wife is from Penn and she never had it before.
parcany 11/02/19 08:38pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
snack food

Get a 8 oz philly cheese. A jar of spanish olives, and a bunch of celery. Let the philly cheese come to room temp. Take about 8 oz of olives chop up in small pieces. Mix the philly cheese and olives together. Take a stem of celery and put the mixture in the grove of the celery and have at it.
parcany 11/01/19 09:26pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Favorite Christmas recipes?

Super__Dave now that looks good
parcany 11/01/19 09:19pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Recommendations for TT in the 27 ft range rear living area

We have a Jayco Jayfeather 27 rl. 31 feet long total, rear living one slide and is very nice for the wife, dog and me. GVW is 7000 pounds tows great.
parcany 09/24/19 08:44pm Travel Trailers
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