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RE: Fridge lock

The Fridge Fixer is what we use. Fridge Fixer on Amazon A bit pricey but a great product. Our new RV came with Insignia appliances and the fridge does not have handles that can be used with a strap. Alright, I will show this to aunt. They got Insignia ref with no handle. I'm coming over this weekend to help them install the headache rack and tonneau covers on the truck.
slider45 08/19/21 08:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: camping world service

Most catalogs are going digital now. Everyone's on their phone.
slider45 08/18/21 06:29pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Great Online Order Experience!

Great to hear CW is a good place to get clam shelter. Got savings from a set of tires from 4Wheelonline, gonna check out the prices there right now.
slider45 08/17/21 09:04pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Liquid rubber

Another vote for Heng! Nice stuff
slider45 08/16/21 07:11pm Beginning RVing
RE: 1995 fleetwood westport questions

that has a 26 year old rubber roof. check it out thoroughly. bumpy We'll do that as well when we start working on uncle's 2000 Fleetwood project.
slider45 08/15/21 05:49pm Beginning RVing
RE: Wi if booster

Care to share what you found out to work effectively?I meant campgrounds. Oh, I see!
slider45 08/11/21 10:45pm Beginning RVing
RE: Wi if booster

Anyone who even thinks about connecting a smart TV to campground WiFi clearly doesn’t understand the concept of bandwidth.I think about it, and I found several that actually work. Care to share what you found out to work effectively?
slider45 08/11/21 01:54am Beginning RVing
RE: New F350 owner seeks TC information

Northstar has a few hardwall offerings for SB trucks. They make a good product. We are happy with ours (Arrow Long Bed version). You might also look at Bundutec - they come with a Truma furnace/water heater. They will also do a lot of individual customizing for you. Another guy here recommends Northstar. We'll definitely consider them for the incoming F350 project. We'll just finish installing the bumpers and winch, plus the winter tires and wheels packages on the current Silverado project.
slider45 02/14/21 04:39pm Truck Campers
RE: Air bag question

Interesting features of the "jounce" tech.
slider45 02/09/21 03:57pm Truck Campers
RE: What did you do to your Camper Today?

Sealed up some gaps in my roof A/C which I show in this video Good job! Reminds me to work on my uncle's camper AC leaks after we finished installing the suspension from 4Wheelonline onto the current Wrangler project.
slider45 02/07/21 07:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Death Valley NP

If you go through Baker, CA & head up to Shoshone, CA there is a Wonderful little campground with a volcanic heated swimming pool. In Shoshone there is 1 motel, 1 gas station mini mart 1 restaurant... The fuel is definitely costly in Shoshone... Also camping in Tecopa about 12 miles South of Shoshone... My buddy has been on there once. He highly recommends the volcanic swimming pools.
slider45 02/03/21 04:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: New Again

Sending you more luck finding a nice one!
slider45 02/01/21 07:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: Travel trailer necessities

The most important necessity is a pad of paper & pencil to write down the necessity as you find out what you need. For the first few trips be sure to camp near a Lowes & a Walmart. Pink flamingoes are not a necessity. This is a necessity. First setup & last taken down at the campsite. "border=0" For Full-Size Image. Pink flamingoes and alike are good interactive things for kids as well.
slider45 01/28/21 08:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Quick GVWR help

Definitely try to rent first before getting one.
slider45 01/26/21 07:48pm Beginning RVing
RE: First camp trip?

And the dog will be the leader of the pack.
slider45 01/24/21 11:32pm Beginning RVing
RE: Gray tank cleaner

I used the Flush King to back flush the gray tank system. Always pulled things out of that tank without adding anything to the system. have a clear down spout to let me see what was coming out. Did it about 2-3 times a year. Reminds me to work on uncle's gray tank. We Will work on it after we finished installing the shocks from 4Wheelonline onto the Wrangler JK project. The gray tank starts to smell bad after a couple of years. Will try Flush King.
slider45 10/27/20 08:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Undercarriage Storage

Have you seen these Lippert underchassis storage systems? Might be worth a look instead of re-inventing the wheel. :W Barney That one is a great option! Nice
slider45 10/26/20 06:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone try Road Armor suspension system?

I'm with bedpan on this. When I think Lippert, I think minimal standard, and oftentimes not quite minimal. Personally I've seen a lot more Morryde systems and heard a lot more about it. If the Lippert product was superior at a better price point, I'd have to imagine manufacturers would prefer to save money and use it and more people would have bought, installed and reviewed them. Who knows, maybe they are a diamond in the rough and so new that they don't have many reviews. Given LCI's track record, I would be surprised though. Sounds like Morryde is the better choice. We'll be working on uncle's trailer soon after we finished installing the shocks and toyo open country mt tires on the Wrangler. We'll evaluate if the Morryde 4000 would worth it.
slider45 10/25/20 07:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Handling freezing temperatures

Sounds a good plan for a nice trip. Definitely be prepared with the insulation just in case.
slider45 10/22/20 09:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Problems unique to Toy Haulers

Fresh water: get a model that has a fresh water dump valve. Or install one. Otherwise, you have to empty thru the sink, into a gray tank, then out the pooper pipe. Gas tank / station: Ensure your gas station / generator fuel pickup is near the bottom of the tank. Otherwise, one or the other will run out. Definitely prefer one with fresh water. A neighbor had a some hard time with water access on their last TH.
slider45 10/21/20 09:25pm Beginning RVing
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