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RE: It is no wonder

No wonder the forum has so few posts. Every time you want to post something. You have to prove you are alive. I'm betting many just find that some what off putting, and not worth the hassle.. BTW. Y'all can move this any where you want. Well, ARE you alive?
steelhunter 12/05/19 07:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fresh water on I29 heading south from North Dakota?

First off. When are you leaving ND? We're leaving on the morning of 12-10. Northern Mo temps are good until sometime on the 9th. I'm watching to see if I can add some water before heading south to Ft. Smith for the night. Coupla days mebbe.
steelhunter 12/05/19 06:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fresh water on I29 heading south from North Dakota?

Not sure if this is what you want but a couple of years ago we used camping world to fill up our fresh tank and empty the grey and black tanks, as we had a good Sam club card Great idea! Many thanks.
steelhunter 12/05/19 06:55pm Roads and Routes
Fresh water on I29 heading south from North Dakota?

What's your guess? Will I able to fill my water tank maybe in Nebraska or Missouri?
steelhunter 12/05/19 04:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: Protection Plans for new Entegra Odyssey 24b

None of these plans are worth the money.
steelhunter 12/05/19 11:41am Class C Motorhomes
RE: dumping tanks

I have a small creek on my property. It's a good place to empty the tanks.
steelhunter 11/29/19 02:28pm Truck Campers
RE: Uncomfortable Sofa

I put a few strips of wood in the bottom of my rv sofa. I also used upgraded foam from an auto upholstery shop and what a difference. All for just a few dollars....
steelhunter 11/26/19 02:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: ? Becoming a KOA Work Kamper for $

Sounds dreadful.
steelhunter 11/20/19 11:49am General RVing Issues
RE: True Truck Payload

Everyone knows that salesemen are trustworthy and give accurate information. You're safe to ignore the manufacturer's weight rating and go by what the salesman says. Better yet take the advice of a complete stranger on the internet who says it's OK to overload the truck.
steelhunter 10/27/19 05:06pm Truck Campers
RE: We've arrived

Gee, waterfowl season just opened. Why would I want to leave now?
steelhunter 09/27/19 03:47am Snowbirds
RE: Winterization

This is the first year I'm going to use compressed air to winterize.I would like to know how long to leave the taps open to make sure there is no water left.thank you I keep the air going until the water stops flowing. It doesn't take long...Maybe 15 minutes. I use about 35lbs and first open the hot water valves one at a time and then the cold water and toilet. I have the pump running during this procedure. I then put in antifreeze. Maybe the antifreeze is overkill but one morning last February I let the Labrador out to whiz and it was minus 41.
steelhunter 09/25/19 05:24am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for a new class C

I'm trying to decide between Jayco Grey Hawk, and Entraga. Any comments or advice will be appreciated Same thing. Entegra has fancier trim but otherwise they are the same. Analogous to Chevy/GMC.
steelhunter 09/23/19 03:15am Class C Motorhomes
Valve extenders safe?

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 29971965
steelhunter 09/21/19 03:19pm Technology Corner
Valve extenders safe?

I have to remove the wheel simulators to reach the inside dually valve stems. Is there a way to check the inflation and get air to these tires without the hassle of removing the simulators?
steelhunter 09/21/19 03:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mountain Towing

The wife and I are about to purchase our first camper. Most likely a 5th wheel. A friend mentioned, since we will be towing in the mountains some, to stay small for weight and maneuverability. Considering the steep grades is a 3/4 ton necessary even for something as light as light as +/-7200lbs? Any and all opinions on towing in the mountains would be appreciated. Not opposed to a 3/4 if we have to but almost certainly not going the diesel route. Thanks For a 7200lb trailer a 3/4 is an imperative under any circumstances. I misread Grayswain's post. What I stated is incorrect. Apologies to all.
steelhunter 09/17/19 11:28am Towing
RE: Mountain Towing

The best thing for you to do is to read up on towing and tow vehicles so you can understand all the variables that go into this question. Start here Clicky For instance "For a 7200lb trailer a 3/4 is an imperative under any circumstances." My 1/2 ton will handle a fully loaded 8500 lbs fifth wheel without a problem, and still have room for 625 lbs of passengers and gear; all within all its manufacturer's ratings. Lots 1/2 tons could not. So "Imperative under any circumstances" is flat out wrong. Its all in the details, hence, the need to read the clicky. I was mistaken. My apologies....
steelhunter 09/17/19 11:25am Towing
RE: Mountain Towing

The wife and I are about to purchase our first camper. Most likely a 5th wheel. A friend mentioned, since we will be towing in the mountains some, to stay small for weight and maneuverability. Considering the steep grades is a 3/4 ton necessary even for something as light as light as +/-7200lbs? Any and all opinions on towing in the mountains would be appreciated. Not opposed to a 3/4 if we have to but almost certainly not going the diesel route. Thanks For a 7200lb trailer a 3/4 is an imperative under any circumstances.
steelhunter 09/17/19 06:11am Towing
RE: Looking for quality

I second for the Arctic Fox. They'll take a beating.
steelhunter 09/15/19 02:54pm Travel Trailers
Do you use a cargo trailer?

Do you tow a cargo trailer? I was thinking about getting one for an atv and misc things. Might be nice for extra water, a nice barbecue, fishing and hunting gear, and tools.
steelhunter 09/15/19 02:18pm General RVing Issues
Plan B ..January travel thru the South

If I stay away from the coast and travel Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina will I have trouble finding camping spots? This will be December thru February. This is my first trip to this area so any tips or advice is well appreciated.
steelhunter 09/15/19 11:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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