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RE: Tonneau Cover

I have a Bak Revolver X2 on my truck. Got it from 4wheelonline. I like it because it doesn't block the rear window when rolled up. It is easy to open and close. There's only a slight water intrusion in the tailgate during heavy rains but not really a big issue.
ronbiel 10/10/21 07:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Silverado 2500 shocks

Can't go wrong with Bilstein shocks. I'm happy with my 1500's, but some guys prefer the 4600's. Both series have the same valving/dampening, the main difference is that 5100 is intended for lifted trucks.
ronbiel 09/30/21 08:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Roof sealant

Try to check out NuFlex 311 white sealant.
ronbiel 09/29/21 09:10pm Truck Campers
RE: Which old motorhome to buy

I totally agree about the pre-2008 comment. Also, a used med-high end one is a good choice.
ronbiel 09/28/21 09:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield sunscreen

Another +1 for MagnaShade. It is available in different fabrics and patterns.
ronbiel 09/26/21 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: seal the camper

Had good results using Dicor non-sag sealant.
ronbiel 09/23/21 09:23pm Technology Corner
RE: Converted 2006 F350 Turbo Diesel Ambulance Motorhome

I like how you maximized the space. The inside looks comfy.
ronbiel 09/22/21 11:56pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Photo Thread - Post a Photo of Your Truck Camper Here

Hey, I'm new here. I bought this 1996 Texson camper last year from an older couple who had kept it in nice shape. I did some basic maintenance and upgrades (deep clean, new battery, onboard battery tender, 100% LED lighting retrofit, etc.) and then built a subframe to elevate it over the fairing on my F650's flatbed, and incorporated fork pockets and lockable storage. The camper is permanently "tied down" to the galvanized subframe, and the subframe is secured to the flatbed with nylon webbing straps. When I mount it, I just lift it up with my forklift and back under it. The truck's air suspension usually runs 25-30 psi with the camper mounted, so it's a nice cushy ride and it doesn't hammer the camper to death. Total height is about 12'6" to the top of the AC unit. I just finished de-winterizing the camper, and I'm getting ready to take a 2-3 day trip down to Cedar Rapids, IA this weekend. Looking forward to putting some miles on it this summer, although it's already paid for itself in hotel savings. The day I dragged it home - had to bring a car trailer because it didn't fit on the truck. The basic subframe, minus the sheet metal panels. The subframe parts and ladder, fresh out of hot-dip galvanizing. The tiedown strategy. (I have incorporated a spring-loaded rear tiedown since the photo was taken.) Plenty of lockable, albeit not weather-tight, storage. This was a boondocking trip to a campsite way off the beaten path, near Duluth, MN. If you're going to drive a big truck 20 miles down a logging road, bring a chainsaw. That ladder hangs on the camper's roof ladder when it's stowed. (I added grip tape after this photo was taken.) Nice camper. I also like the modifications you did on your truck.
ronbiel 09/21/21 11:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Best RV King Size Bed

Try to check out Sleep Number and Zinus.
ronbiel 09/20/21 09:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: My Chevrolet Express van Class B- camper

Nice upgrade! I also prefer a larger screen so that I can easily see the maps.
ronbiel 09/20/21 12:35am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: cleaning tinted tempered glass

I just tried McGuiars Oxidation Remover..says its for gelcoat, but it worked on the windows. Interesting. I thought this product is for gelcoat and fiberglass only.
ronbiel 09/17/21 12:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: trailer rear camera for GM

You can get the trailer camera from shopchevyparts.
ronbiel 09/15/21 11:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Were to purchase a new air bed.

Try searching on ebay also.
ronbiel 09/15/21 12:03am Fifth-Wheels
RE: My cousin's family's bus build

They did an excellent work. The inside looks nice and cozy.
ronbiel 09/13/21 11:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: generator

If your generator is not equipped with auto start, it could be a wiring-related issue.
ronbiel 09/12/21 11:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: diesel additives

I've been using Diesel Kleen in my Duramax for several years. Better performance, better fuel mileage. That is what I use. No adverse effects whatsoever.
ronbiel 09/09/21 11:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Decals cracking!

Heat gun plus a plastic blade scraper should do the trick.
ronbiel 09/09/21 12:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tuner like “5 Star Tune “

I have a 2017 6.0 3500HD, so basically your truck. I tried Diablew, he deals with the Diablo tuner. He can do a custom tune for you. You do some data logging and he adjust the truck based off it's specific parameters. It really woke my truck up, firmed up the shifts, removed some torque management and yes a tune like this or a dyno tune will add HP and torque. I am a fan of the Dyno tune 11 sec WS6 and a 12 second 14 Caprice they are dyno tuned, but the Diablew tune worked similar to a dyno tune and I am really happy with it. The 6.0/6L90E tune from the factory is poo, it is really mild. I tend to believe his claims of 20 to 40 RWHP depending on the tune you get. It certainly holds the gears differently and makes use of all the power. DiabLew Sounds like the custom tune is the way to go. I have a diablosport that I got from 4wheelonline. The canned tunes are great but I want to improve more the power and drivability of my truck.
ronbiel 06/23/21 09:36pm Tow Vehicles
RE: love the truck hate the ride

Upgrading the suspension can improve the ride of your truck. What's the size of your dually wheels? Running smaller rims will allow you to have more rubber. This can help also.
ronbiel 06/15/21 09:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Opinions on lightweight portable inverter/generators

I have a Honda 2000 also. It is quiet and easy to haul around.
ronbiel 06/15/21 12:50am Tech Issues
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